Allen Edmonds Is Holding Its Biggest Sale Of The Year

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

If you are looking for a new pair of shoes, odds are you are looking at Allen Edmonds. Wikipedia describes the brand as “a moderately expensive brand of shoes that men typically wear for a very long time and repair rather than replace.” Whenever I need a new pair of shoes, Allen Edmonds is always the first place I look. Of course, they are “moderately expensive,” which can be a deterrent, even though they do last basically forever. And because the quality is so good, they rarely offer the kind of deals I write about for a living.

At the moment, I am happy to report, that is not the case. Until April 23, Allen Edmonds is holding its biggest sale of the year. Shoes (plus their other products, such as clothing, belts, and accessories) are as much as $175 off. There are many, MANY options. Here are three to whet your appetite until you check out the entirety of the sale:

Normally $425, these Oxfords are 41 percent off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Normally $425, these Oxfords are 41 percent off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Fifth Avenue Cap-Toe Oxford on sale for $249

Normally $425, this Oxford is 41 percent off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Normally $425, this Oxford is 41 percent off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Carlyle Plain-Toe Oxford on sale for $249

Normally $225, this driving moc is 30 percent off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Normally $225, this driving moc is 30 percent off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Boulder Venetian Driving Moccasin on sale for $157.50

Allen Edmonds' Fifth Avenue shoes are $176 off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

Allen Edmonds’ Fifth Avenue shoes are $176 off (Photo via Allen Edmonds)

 

Have a suggestion for a cool product or great deal that you think Daily Caller readers need to know about? Email the Daily Dealer at dealer@dailycaller.com.

Follow The Daily Dealer on Twitter and Facebook

Follow Jack on Twitter

The Daily Caller is devoted to showing you things that you’ll like or find interesting. We do have partnerships with affiliates, so The Daily Caller may get a small share of the revenue from any purchase.

Tags : shoes
© Copyright 2010 - 2018 | The Daily Caller