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This is the first production update for the February 2018 Beckett Simonon campaign.

Before I let you know what's going to be happening, I want to thank you for joining the campaign and our community of people who appreciate great style and craftsmanship! It really means a lot to us.

As production moves forward for all the campaign's shoes, boots, sneakers, and bags, I’ll be keeping you updated here on this blog. Whenever I have something to tell you about the production process for your item(s), I’ll send you a quick email letting you know.

We’ve now collected all the orders and sent them to the factories to start production. For the Reid sneakers, this is a partner factory in Portugal with a long history of making spectacular leather sneakers. The dress shoes and boots, as well as the Gaston messenger bags, will be made by our small team of artisans in Bogotá, Colombia.

We’re now procuring all the materials needed to begin. This includes the full grain leather, soles, textiles, hardware, and everything else required to make each item.

While I keep you updated, I'll also be taking you behind the scenes of the production process so you'll know exactly how your items were made, and hopefully learn a bit about artisanal production.

In the meantime, if you would like to reach us for any reason, here’s how you can:

    • Send us an email at
    • Use the live chat on our website (Monday-Friday, 9am-5:30pm EST)
    • Give us a call at 1-844-423-2538 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5:30pm EST)
    • Leave a comment below.

We’re always happy to hear from you and appreciate any feedback you may have.

Have a great day,

Chris and the Beckett Simonon team.

One more thing, if you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, our March campaign is now up. Click here to check out this month's beautiful shoes, especially the new Bernard tassel loafers and the return of the Preston Chelsea boots.

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  • Willie

    May 16, 2018

    I’ve been told several times my order will be shipped out the following week it’s now 3 weeks like to know my status

  • Alden

    March 05, 2018

    I like seeing the craftsmanship behind the process. Great idea!