Get An Extra 20 Percent Off When You Buy Two Sneakers In This Sale

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Everyone can use a pair of great running shoes or two, and now you can get an extra 20 percent off your sneakers when you buy two pairs at SneakersnStuff. Grab a pair for the gym and one for the streets.

I’ve been loving rose gold recently, and these Puma Te-Ku L Sneakers make the color feel totally effortless. They’re already on sale for $70 from $99, and of course you’ll get that extra 20% when you buy another pair on sale. I would style them with a pair of boyfriend jeans and a white tee, or some distressed shorts and sheer white blouse for the summer.

Normally $99, these sneakers can be 44 percent off (Photo via SNS)

Normally $99, these sneakers can be 44 percent off (Photo via SNS)

Puma Te-Ku L on sale for as low as $56

Headed for a workout and need shoes that are durable, comfortable, and also look good? Try out these Adidas Originals, which feature a mesh lining for extra support, and a sleek design that will go well with any workout outfit you put together. Plus, you’ll barely feel them during your sweat session, which can allow you to go that much harder. You can get them in black with blue stripes or blush with white stripes for $99 a pair, off from $139.

Normally $139, the sneakers can be as much as 44 percent off (Photo via SNS)

Normally $139, the sneakers can be as much as 44 percent off (Photo via SNS)

adidas Originals Nmd_R2 W on sale for as low as $78.40

Your discount will apply at checkout and you can be eligible for free shipping on orders over $175.

Shop the entire sale here.

What sneakers will you mix and match?

Normally $99, these sneakers can be 44 percent off (Photo via SNS)

Normally $99, these sneakers can be 44 percent off (Photo via SNS)

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