Finish Line is offering up to 50 percent off on brands like Nike, Adidas and Jordan

Taylor Bell

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When it comes to fashion, I would argue that there’s nothing more essential to your wardrobe than a good pair of sneakers. You can dress them up or down, and they make for a great everyday shoe. But if you’re not trying to spend an arm and leg for some fresh kicks, then Finish Line has got you covered.

Right now, the retailer is offering a series of major discounts on some of the most beloved sneaker brands on the market. Under the company’s sale section, you’ll find up to 50 percent off markdowns on Nike, Puma and several other fan-favorites.

For example, you can save up to 40 percent on a wide range of Adidas sneakers, including these top-rated NMD R1 Casual Shoes for men and these super sleek women’s Edge Lux Running Shoes for less than $60.

But, we’re really excited to see select styles of these Adidas NMD R1 STLT Primeknit casual shoes at such a low price point. With over 4,000 reviews, these sneakers are labeled as “your new casual go-to” and are on sale for $75.

And the savings don’t end there. Basketball fans and sneakerheads alike can snag up to 50 percent off a large variety of popular Jordan shoes. For example, these classic Jordan Maxin 200s, which normally retail for $130, are now $60 off.

Since we’re not sure how long these markdowns will be available, it’s best to take advantage now while supplies last. Ahead, we’ve rounded up some of the best-selling and top-rated shoes for walking, running and everything in between that are currently on sale.

Shop: Women’s Puma Cali Fashion Casual Shoes, $65 (Orig. $80)

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Shop: Women’s Puma Muse X-2 Casual Shoes, $65 (Orig. $80)

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Shop: Women’s Adidas Originals Falcon Suede Casual Shoes, $80 (Orig. $100)

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Shop: Women’s Adidas Swift Run Casual Shoes, $70 (Orig. $85)

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Shop: Men’s Adidas NMD R1 STLT PrimeKnit Casual Shoes, $90 (Orig. $130)

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Shop: Women’s Nike Joyride Dual Run Running Shoes, $75 (Orig. $130)

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Shop: Men’s Nike Renew Run Running Shoes, $75 (Orig. $90)

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Shop: Women’s Nike Air Vapormax Plus Se Running Shoes, $170 (Orig. $200)

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Shop: Men’s Air Jordan Why Not Zero.3 Basketball Shoes, $70 (Orig. $130)

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Shop: Men’s Jordan Mars 270 Basketball Shoes, $75 (Orig. $160)

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Shop: Men’s Air Jordan 1 Mid Retro Basketball Shoes, $95 (Orig. $110)

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