If you’re a fan of Converse shoes, you won’t want to pass up this amazing deal JCPenney has on your favorite kicks. They’re going fast, so don’t delay!
For a limited time, Converse shoes are buy one, get one free. The deal includes men’s and women’s shoes (none for kids, sorry), and prices are between $55-$65, so you’ll be saving at least that much when you get a pair for free. You can also mix and match, so you can get one pair of women’s and a pair of men’s for free, or vice versa.
You can pick the shoes up at your local store if they’re in stock or have them shipped there for free. Shipping to your home is free on orders of $100 or more.
Take a look at just some of the shoes included in the deal:
Converse High Street Washed Ashore Mens Lace-up Sneakers
These Washed Ashore men’s lace-up sneakers are $60 — but if you get a second pair for free, they’re only $30 each. These high tops have a burgundy upper with black accents and, of course, the traditional white soles and laces. If you’re ordering online, note that the description says the shoes run a half size bigger than usual.
Ox Summer Boardwalk Women’s Sneakers
These summery women’s Ox Summer Boardwalk lace-ups are $65. The only color left at publication was “light surplus gold,” which is less blingy than it sounds — tan canvas with gold rivets.
High Top Washed Ashore Men’s Sneakers
These Washed Ashore men’s sneaks are high tops in one cool solid color — in this case, burgundy. These canvas shoes are totally classic and currently cost $60.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi Street Ox Mens Sneakers Lace-up
At $55, you can pick up a pair of these All Star Ox men’s sneakers, which look really sharp in red, black and white and are still available in most sizes. And if you’ve already picked out another pair in the BOGO deal, then these aren’t $55 — they’re free!
To see all the styles included in this deal, just visit JCPenney’s website.
Will you be picking up some new Converse All Stars?
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