It is still early on Cyber Monday, but we can already call it a success. Why? Because Amazon is running a deal that offers 50 percent off athletic shoes. Every day in which shoes are on sale is a good day. So today is a good day.
In total, there are 36 pairs of shoes on sale. And of course, while Amazon says shoes are “up to 50 percent off,” many pairs are discounted even MORE than that for Cyber Monday. Take a peek at a few of the deals we’re talking about here:
Normally $150, these Saucony running shoes are 66 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Saucony Men’s Triumph ISO 2 Running Shoe on sale for $49.95
Normally $110, these running shoes are 57 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Mizuno Men’s Wave Catalyst Running Shoe on sale for $46.99
Normally $80, these Reebok cross-trainers are 55 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Reebok Men’s Ros Workout Tr 2.0 Cross-trainer Shoe on sale for $35.99
Normally $70, these running shoes are 55 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
PUMA Men’s Flare Mesh Running Shoe on sale for $30.99
Normally $120, these running shoes are 51 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Mizuno Men’s Wave Inspire 12 Running Shoes on sale for $57.99
Normally $200, these weightlifting shoes are 50 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
adidas Performance Adipower Weightlifting Trainer Shoe on sale for $99.99
Furthermore, the shoes in this deal – both the ones above and the others – each come in a variety of colors, so you might have to do some research to find the exact pair you like. Luckily you have all day.
Athletic Shoes — up to 50 percent off (and more)
Adidas shoes and more are on sale today for Cyber Monday – January 20, 2016. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
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