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‘ECCO’ Back To A Time When Your Feet Didn’t Need New Shoes With This Deal

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Every so often, there comes a time when you need new shoes. It happens to the best of us. In fact, it’s happening to me right now. I’ve been walking around town with holes under my soles. Why? Because shoes are expensive! Thankfully, my problems may be solved by the fact that Ecco shoes are half off today.

Seventeen different pairs of both men’s and women’s shoes are part of this deal. Here’s just a sample:

Edinburgh Loafer — 53 percent off

Normally $150, these loafers are only $70 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $150, these loafers are only $70 today (Photo via Amazon)

ECCO Men’s Edinburgh Loafer on sale for $69.50

Howell Slip-On50 percent off

Normally $160, these loafers only cost $80 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $160, these loafers only cost $80 today (Photo via Amazon)

ECCO Men’s Howell Slip-On Loafer on sale for $79

 

Cairo Oxford 61 percent off

Normally $170, these cap-toe Oxfords cost $66 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $170, these cap-toe Oxfords cost $66 today (Photo via Amazon)

ECCO Men’s Cairo Cap-Toe Oxford on sale for $66

Helsinki Oxford 47 percent off

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ECCO Men’s Helsinki Cap-Toe Oxford Dress Shoe on sale for $63.50

You don’t want to be the guy (or gal) walking around with holey shoes (as opposed to holy shoes, which everyone would want). Trust me, I am that guy. It is not pleasant. Thank you Amazon and ECCO for providing the means to change my current dreadful lot.

ECCO Shoes for Women & Men — up to 50 percent off (and more)

If your shoes look like this, you have a problem (Photo via Shutterstock)

If your shoes look like this, you have a problem (Photo via Shutterstock)

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