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New Balance sneakers may be “Dad shoes” at heart, but they’re definitely some of the most popular shoes in streetwear right now. You can even catch them on A-list celebs like Kaia Gerber and Kourtney Kardashian. And if you’re hoping to snag a pair for your closet this season, we’ve got some good news.
Right now, the retailer is offering a selection of its iconic sneakers and apparel for 25 percent off. From the popular Fresh Foam Roav Tee Shirt shoes to cozy athleisure, there is a ton of goodies to take home.
Some of the most notable styles up for grabs include the 608v5 sneakers. Not only are they stylish, but they’re also a go-to for foot support thanks to their unique “ABZORB” cushioning. Additionally, these 574 kicks are a fashionable option to pair with your everyday looks. The sneaker comes in several styles and colors, including pink, white and blue.
And if you can’t find a gift for Dad this season, this cozy athletic pullover sweatshirt may be something to consider. It can work as comfy loungewear or as the perfect light cover-up during a gym session.
Although it’s not clear when the sale ends, it’s best to select your favorites while sizes and prices last. To help you select some of the best finds, check out these top-rated picks below.
Shop: 608v5, $69.99, take 25 percent off at checkout
Shop: Fresh Foam Roav Tee Shirt, $79.99, take 25 percent off at checkout
Shop: Fresh Foam Cruzv1 Reissue, $79.99, take 25 percent off at checkout
Shop: 574, $69.99 (Orig. $79.99), take 25 percent off at checkout
Shop: 574 Core, $79.99, take 25 percent off at checkout
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