If you’re in need of some new sneakers, or are just a fan of all things Converse, now is the time to shop. Through Jan. 20, Nike.com is offering up to 50 percent off select Converse items. Plus, you can get free shipping too!
Items on sale include sneakers, T-shirts, pants and jackets for men, women and even kids. Here are some of the deals you can score:
Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal Low Top
Regularly $50, you can get these unisex sneakers for $34.97 during this sale. They come in all sorts of colors, like pink, brown, green and three shades of blue.
Chuck Taylor All Star Seasonal High Top
Normally $60, these shoes are now marked down to $29.97. You can get a classic pair of unisex high-top shoes in a variety of colors, including neutrals, jewel tones and brights.
Chuck Taylor All Star Crinkled Patent Leather High Top
You’ll also find leather shoes on sale, including these high top sneakers for women for just $41.97 (regularly $85). The leather includes a glossy, shiny finish to keep you glistening.
Chuck Taylor All Star 2V Low Top
Even babies aren’t excluded from this sale. Check out these adorable 2V low top shoes for babies for just $14.97—about 50 percent off the normal price. And those velcro snaps make them a cinch to put on and take off.
If you’re in need of some new clothes to go with your sneakers, check out these so soft and comfortable-looking pants for women. Regularly $75, they’re now just $36.97.
Winter is in full swing, so if you’re needing a new coat, now is the time. Check out this “really, really warm” jacket for $89.97 (normally $180). It’s made of 60-percent polyester and 40-percent wool and is machine washable.
To get free shipping, be sure to sign up for a free Nike+ account. After signing up, you’ll get free shipping on all your orders and free 30-day returns.
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