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Save up to 75% on Classic American-Made Shoes and Boots from Allen Edmonds

Pick up a pair of investment-level Oxfords, wingtips, loafers or boots for way less than usual.


Among our favorite American style brands, Allen Edmonds was founded in 1922 in the town of Belgium, Wisconsin. For its nearly century-long run the company has made and sold high-quality shoes and boots designed to last — that is, made to be worn, repaired and worn some more. While their footwear is generally very high quality, the up-front cost is daunting to many. Why, you ask yourself, would I spend $400 on shoes today when I could get something that looks similar for less than $150? Generally speaking, the repairability (and durability) of footwear like this is enough reason in itself. But thanks to this huge sale, you’ve got more reason than ever to go with the best.

Today you can shop some of the brand’s most classic styles, from cap-toe Oxfords to boots and wingtips, for as little as 25 percent of their original costs. Yes, that means discounts up to 75 percent. Such is the wonder of the Allen Edmonds Warehouse Sale, where many shoes and boots are discounted an extra 20 percent on top of the already-reduced prices you’ll see on the website. If you need re-ups on your lace-ups, late-model loafers or brand-new boots, this is one sale event you really don’t want to miss.

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