Every morning, I wake up to new deals. Some are simply enticing, while others are downright tantalizing. (And, of course, for every tempting deal there are a dozen of snoozers). Today’s barnburner is on work boots. For one day only, 14 different pairs of work boots are available for less than $100. That means that some pairs are as half off. Crazy, I know.
Here are just a few of the pairs available today. But you’ll almost certainly want to check out the entire selection. After all, it includes great brands like Ariat, Wolverine, Skechers and Caterpillar. It even includes both men’s and women’s pairs.
Normally $150, these boots are 44 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Wolverine Men’s W02421 Raider Boot on sale for $83.99
Normally $105, these work boots are 50 percent off today. They are available in dark brown, black and honey (Photo via Amazon)
Caterpillar Men’s 2nd Shift 6″ Plain Soft-Toe Work Boot on sale for $52.29
Normally $70, these work boots are 43 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Skechers for Work Men’s 76759 Soft Stride Galley Work Boot on sale for $39.99
Normally $130, these work boots are 46 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Ariat Men’s Groundbreaker Wide Square Toe Work Boot on sale for $69.99
Normally $180, these boots are 44 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Ariat Men’s Rambler Pull-on Steel Toe Work Boot on sale for $99.99
Normally $120, these work boots are 43 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Wolverine Men’s W04707 Work Boot on sale for $68.95
Obviously, these are only 6 pairs, which means there are 8 other options on sale today. As you know, work boots come in many shapes and sizes. This deal offers all sorts.
Work & Safety Boots — under $100, today only
Caterpillar is just one of the brands on sale today (Photo via Amazon)
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