It's some kind of online warehouse marketing thing they put together that looks something like shipping container auctions. They have regular merchandise marked way down. Way down, in most cases. The quality varies while the oddity of everything is reliably extreme. Still, through all the oddball merchandise, mostly European and Asian, you can find some outstanding deals here and there. If you don't mind wading through an ocean of things that nobody wants.
I found the place by nagging advertisement that kept popping up at my favorite S/M site. I meant to say food channel. I don't know why these Freudian slips keep happening all the time. That's right. Food channel. An annoying ad kept appearing and finally I clicked on it and I'm glad that I did.
They have another annoying habit of writing for each item something like "shoes originally $235.00 now $11.00, then when you click on it, only one size that nobody wears is that price and all the other sizes are $27.00. Still a very good deal, but not what made you click. And this holds true throughout the site. Then they add shipping and your tremendous outrageous deal diminishes further.
European and Asian sizes are weird. You really have to check and double check, there, and in another window on another site, to get an idea how fer'ner sizes compare with ours. I bought a whole bunch of stuff. I spent $75.00 while the original price quoted, iffy at best, was over $800.00. The original costs stated on their site change as the item is repeated by another offering from a different source. The same item can be priced wildly originally. That tells me that a broad range of different places are trying to get rid of the same wierd things. The offerings say, "1,000 people ordered this." or "10,000," or "50,000," or "2 people ordered this."
I need shoes for the summer because mine are all too hot. We'll see what happens.
If you don't use their search feature you'll be lost, they just keep coming at you. The more specific, the better. Say, try, "men's plaid shirt" rather than "shirt." Or "ladies lace top" rather than "women's clothes." When I searched "men's shoes" the offers of weird shoes that I'd never wear went on forever. When I changed the search to "men's leather shoes" then the offering looked a lot like Zappos, except 50X less expensive. Their customers write reviews and include photos. The company posts only the happy ones. Only two or three at the most.
I searched "men's boxer briefs" and got pages and pages and pages of the most God-awful things that nobody wears. And I mean nobody. Except pervs. Who even thinks of that stuff? Underwear with the ass crack cut out. They completely defeat the purpose of underwear, while inviting trouble of the worst sort. Underwear with tubular penis pouches. Why? In pink, no less. Nobody buys that crap. I don't think. If you can stand 99% of that, then you might find one thing you can use, and at a very good price.
Check em out, Checkemouters.