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Who doesn't need a new pair of shoes to get you through the damp and cold winter weather? Chances are. it's no one.
Whether you’re looking for a new pair of stylish boots or sneakers for exercise Zappos has great deals during its weekend-long Black Friday sale.
We're talking major savings, folks —up to 65 percent off (meaning now's the time to snag that pair you've had your eye on forever, completely guilt-free). Where to begin? Right here. We combed through the options and pulled some stellar steals.
But these deals are gonna be going, going, gone faster than Thanksgiving leftovers, so be sure to grab the goods asap. Here are some of our favorite bargains:
No surprise that Dr. Scholls, a name synonymous with foot health, shows up in this Zappos sale with a pair that puts a premium on comfort and support. The Nailed It (yes, that's its actual name) features a padded collar to prevent ankle chafing and a light but chunky sole that lets you know with every step that you're protected from what's underfoot. Oh, that gorgeous leather upper don't hurt, either. Comes in five colors, but we're partial to this cloud-like blue.
If you want to jazz up any outfit this holiday season, look no further than the LifeStride Payton Ankle Boots. With chic details like an almond toe and decorative buckles, these boots look way more expensive than their sale price of $54 — and even their original price of $90. Smart side slits make them easy to slip into.
Soft microfiber inside keeps tootsies toasty warm, and you'll have all the support you need thanks to the high-rebound foam insole and flexible outsole. "I'm sure they'll be my go-to boot this winter. They're super comfortable right out of the box, and very cute," raved one satisfied customer. You may want all three colors.
When choosing athletic shoes, it's important to pick a pair that delivers flexibility, shock absorption, and lightweight breathability so you can get where you're going in comfort. The Asics GEL-Sonoma 6 Sneakers, starting at $48 (was $80), are designed to provide uphill and downhill traction, and bring ease of movement to every step.
"These trail shoes are light and super comfortable," said one delighted runner. "Very happy with these. Went on a 6 mile hike as soon as I got them, and they felt great!"
These breathable Adidas trainers have a cushy, bouncy midsole, giving you an extra pep in your step (yes, even after all-day wear). Plus, the breathable exterior ensures your feet get plenty of air, too, so your tootsies don't feel like they're in the oven after a full day's wear.
"Very comfortable," shared a shopper. "Bought them for work and it's the best decision I’ve made."
Keep your sneaker collection up-to-date with the Saucony Originals Jazz Low Pro Sneakers, starting at $45 (was $60). With padding just about everywhere you could imaging —footbed, tongue, collar — and engineering that makes for superior shock absorption, they'll have you smiling through your day, not matter how much you're running around.
One sneaker-loving shopper gushed, "These are the most comfortable shoes I've ever owned straight out of the box...I just ordered my 4th pair of these in 5 years. As long as they keep making them I will keep buying them every year. Plus they fit my style better than most shoes!"
A nice pair of booties is essential for elevating the sameness that inevitably befalls the wintertime wardrobe. Get bootie-licious this Black Friday with the Sorel Cate Booties, starting at $131(formerly $170) at Zappos. In waterproof leather or waterproof suede protects feet and has plenty of give. And the full-length zipper closure will make kicking these off once you get in the door a breeze.
"Beautiful boot," mused one Zappos customer. "Very well made, very good arch support and I loved the tread for our icy winters."
Y'know what's underrated? A classic lace-up sneaker with a cushioned platform sole. The Clarks Layton Lace Sneakers, starting at $62 (down from $95), fits the bill.
The Cushion Soft™ technology with OrthoLite® footbed ensures you can stay light on your feet, even if you're on those feet much of the day. Plus, reviewers rave: "I love these sneakers," shared one shopper, "They fit true to size...they are super lightweight and comfortable."
If you want a pair of comfortable shoes that feel like sneakers but not necessarily look it, these Skechers are a great option for you. They slip right on, have a sporty silhouette, and feel akin to a sock (and are just as comfortable, too). Available in 5 colors for as little as $39.
"I was shopping for a light/breathable tennis shoe to wear to Disney," a shopper reported. "I’m so glad I found these. The sole is super bendy and has a memory foam/cooling gel insert. They are so comfortable. I have a very high arch and these are supportive enough. I am very happy with them!"
If you're more of a slip-on kind of gal, these are a great option. A cooling memory foam sole keeps your feet from getting overheated, while the perforated upper gives your tootsies plenty of circulation. They're durable, lightweight and will go the distance even on your longest, toughest days. Available in five colors/styles, including Grey Cloud Microfiber (above).
"Love these shoes! Very stylish and so comfy," a shopper shared. "I have plantar fasciitis and these allow me to wear a cute shoe that doesn’t compromise on style."
Move effortlessly with Easy Spirit Romy Sneakers, the perfect kicks for light walking and leisure activities. Grab them during the Zappos Black Friday sale are only $45 — down from $75 — and you'll learn the magic of their personalized, breathable fit first hand.
"I took a trip to Scotland and we had rain, snow, hills and cobble stone streets," said one intrepid traveler. "This shoe did great in all of the above environment and my feet did not hurt or get tired...this is a great shoe."
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