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Cole Haan Shoes Don’t Cost $200 Today Which Is Huge Since You Need Shoes

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Shoes are one of those things that everybody needs. And if we’re being honest, everybody really should have good shoes. Sturdy, durable shoes from a reliable brand. A brand like Cole Haan.

Unfortunately, good shoes cost hundreds of dollars, and sometimes it’s difficult to rationalize spending that much money. The upside of this is that deals on shoes – when they do come around – are just that much sweeter. That’s why today is great. Today only, Cole Haan men’s and women’s shoes are available for more than half off.

Two dozen shoes are included in this offering, and some of the discounts are unbelievable. Amazon markets the deal as “up to 40 percent off,” but one glance shows they are selling themselves short. Just look at this pair, which is 60 percent off today!

Normally $250, these Oxfords are only $99 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $250, these Oxfords are only $99 today (Photo via Amazon)

Cole Haan Men’s Original Grand Wing Novelty Sock Oxford on sale for $99

This boot is also 60 percent off:

Normally $280, this pair of Chukka boots is just $109 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $280, this pair of Chukka boots is just $109 today (Photo via Amazon)

Cole Haan Men’s Original Grand Chukka Boot on sale for $109

Needless to say, this deal is worth looking into. Odds are you need shoes, and a pair of boots is especially important this time of year. You’ll want to at least explore the options.

Cole Haan Men’s and Women’s Shoes — up to 40 percent off (and more)

A whole bunch of Cole Haan shoes are on sale today (Photo via Amazon)

A whole bunch of Cole Haan shoes are on sale today (Photo via Amazon)

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