Save big on our favorites from Asics, Nike, and more.
Zappos turns 20 today and in honor of its second decade in business, the online shoe retailer is offering massive markdowns on flats, sandals, and, our favorite, running shoes. Plus, you can save even more by using the code “BDAY20”, which will get you an additional 20% off.
With plenty of styles, colors, and price points to choose from, Zappos’ sale is bound to have something for every type of runner. Looking for a pair that’s supportive but won’t break the bank? Check out Asics’ already affordable GT-1000 7 that are now on sale for under $50. In need of some shoes that will stay comfy during your grueling triathlon? Score an additional 20 percent off the Mizuno Wave Rider 22. Or, if you just want shoes that are equal parts supportive and stylish, take your running ensemble to new heights with Nike’s Odyssey React Flyknit 2.
The one thing to remember is that no two deals are created equal. Zappos has different prices for different colorways and sizes of the same shoe, so it’s a good idea to check out different styles to make sure you’re getting the best bang for your buck.
This birthday blowout will only last until July 28, but we suspect inventory is going to go fast. Start shopping now with this list of the shoes we’re adding to our own cart.
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