The off-season is often a great time to score deals on a variety of products, and footwear is no exception. Although sandals may be the type of shoes on your mind at the moment, right now you can get women’s boots for as low as $25 at Famous Footwear.
It’s never too early to stock up for next fall and winter, and when cooler temperatures roll around again, you’ll be glad had the foresight to get some cute boots at a great price. Check out some of the awesome discounts you can get right now.
Report Elaina Slip-On Bootie, $25
These casual booties will become a staple in your wardrobe and can be paired with everything from jeans to dresses. They feature a traction outsole for ultimate durability. Originally priced at $49.99, they’re a total steal at just $25.
LifeStride Xandy Medium/Wide Riding Boot, $30
Originally priced at $89.99, these classic black riding boots are now just $30. The side zipper entry with elastic goring ensures a flexible and comfortable fit.
Report Rumi Peep-Toe Bootie, $25
Not all boots are made for colder temperatures. These peep-toe booties with a three-inch stacked block heel would be perfect for showing off your pedicure this summer. Originally priced at $64.99, you can now snag them for $25.
Cliffs by White Mountain Keegan Lace-Up Boot, $30
Whether you’re going for a hike in the woods, or just want to look the part of an outdoorsy person, these comfortable and durable lace-up boots are up to the task. They’re marked down from $89.99 to just $30.
Patrizia Oscar Winter Boot, $30
These faux-suede winter booties with faux-fur trim will keep your feet warm and toasty all winter long without sacrificing fashion. Originally priced at $59.99, they’re now half off at $30.
Not Rated Lynne Bootie, $35
Available in black or taupe, these comfortable booties feature rhinestone and studded straps around the ankle. Originally priced at $69.99, they’re now half off at $35.
Now sounds like a great time to pick up some great boots for less!
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