It is still early on Cyber Monday, but we can already call it a success. Why? Because Amazon is running a deal that offers up to 60 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 87 pairs of shoes on sale. I’m talking big name brands here – brands like Skechers, Saucony, PUMA, Lacoste, Columbia and more. That includes 25 for men, 29 for women, 12 for boys, 18 for girls, and even 10 for babies. (Also that doesn’t even count the entirely separate Cyber Monday deal Amazon is running on boots). Take a peek at a few of the deals we’re talking about here:
Normally $120, these running shoes are 62 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Saucony Men’s Guide 10 Running Shoes on sale for $45.95
Normally $65, these Skechers are 54 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Skechers Men’s Outland 2.0 Oxford on sale for $29.99
Normally $130, these boots are 52 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Columbia Men’s Bugaboot Plus III Omni-M on sale for $62
Normally $110, this sneaker is 70 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Lacoste Men’s Straightset SP 417 1 Sneaker on sale for $33.48
Normally $120, these running shoes are 63 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Saucony Women’s Guide 10 Running Shoe on sale for $44.95
Normally $70, these sneakers are 57 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Skechers Women’s Bikers Curbed Sneaker on sale for $29.99
Normally $110, these shoes are 45 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
PUMA Women’s Basket Fo Wn Platform on sale for $60.50
Keep checking in today at the Daily Dealer and The Daily Caller Shop, and make sure you bookmark our constantly updated Cyber Monday roundup of the day’s best deals.
Photo via Amazon
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