Looking for a new pair of shoes or just in the mood for a really great deal?
Kohl’s has tons of Nike shoes on deep sale in their clearance section right now—some are up to 70 percent off the original price.
We found all of these shoes online on Tuesday, Oct. 10, so you’ll want to call your local Kohl’s store to ask if they have similar styles on clearance in the store.
If you’re reading this at a later date, you’ll also want to double check that these styles are still available for the same low prices!
Remember: Online inventory is likely to be very different from what you’ll find in your local Kohl’s store, so even if they do have some Nike shoes on clearance you may not be able to find the exact pair you’re looking for!
Plus, you can score free shipping on Kohl’s orders over $75 or you can select free in-store pickup, if you really feel the urge to stop by your local Kohl’s!
Here are some of the clearance Nike shoes we found:
Nike Toddler Sandals
This pair of Nike toddler sandals is marked down to just $9 (regularly $30).
Nike Girls’ Running Shoes
These Nike girls’ running shoes are on sale for just $29 (regularly $58).
Nike Men’s Skate Shoes
For a more casual look, consider this pair of Nike men’s skate shoes, marked down to just $32.50 (regularly $65).
Nike Women’s Running Shoes
These Nike Zoom Winflo 3 women’s running shoes are on sale for $54 (regularly $90). They come in three fun color combinations, too.
Men’s Running Shoes
These men’s Nike RunAllDay running shoes are just $39 (regularly $65).
They come in three color combinations, too.
Men’s SB Clutch Skate Shoes
Here’s another pair of men’s skate shoes on sale. This pair comes in three colors and is marked down to $36 (regularly $60).
Visit the Kohl’s clearance section online to see even more shoes on sale!
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