Men's shoe deals to replace your winter-weary kicks

Winter can be rough on even the hardiest of shoes. Between the salt, freezing temperatures, and slushy snow you probably find yourself needing a replacement set of kicks. Check out these men's shoe deals for prices that can beat even the polar-est of vortexes.

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    A woman picks up a shoe in the Nike store in Santa Monica, California, September 25, 2013. The week's best deals on kids' shoes include offerings from Nike, Lands' End, and Clarks.
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Guys, it's time to retire those shoes — you know, the ones that are literally falling apart? To help you move on, we've rounded up the best men's shoe deals of the week. Embrace a pair of Lands' End boots for $99 off list, get an extra 20% off some Clarks shoes, or save $17 on a pair of Nike trainers.

  1. Lands' End Men's Ultimate Hiker Boots
    Store: Lands' End
    Price: $39.99 with $8 s&h
    Lowest By: $99

    Is It Worth It?: If you wore out your old shoes stomping through the woods, then you'll want to upgrade to the Lands' End Ultimate Hiker boots in Black or Earthen Brown. Knocked down to $40, you'll save $99 on these Editors' Choice hiking boots. Don't let their street-chic style fool you, these boots were made for the trail. Their breathable leather construction and padded collars will keep you comfy, while their gripping rubber outsole will keep you stable. These boots come in sizes 8 to 13, although not in all size/color combinations.

  2. Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply Men's Keene Nubuck Boots
    Store: Ralph Lauren
    Price: $38.39 via coupon code "WARMUP20" with $5 s&h
    Lowest By: $77
    Expires: January 27

    Is It Worth It?: Adopting a new pair of boots doesn't mean you have to give up that well-loved style. The Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply Keene Nubuck boots in Black have all the broken-in flair of your old boots, without the holes in the soles. Coupon code "WARMUP20" drops these boots to the Editors' Choice price of $38, which is a $77 price low. They come in sizes 8.5 to 14.

  3. Clarks Men's Nexie Flow Shoes
    Store: Clarks
    Price: $55.99 via coupon code "WCE13" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $6
    Expires: February 11

    Is It Worth It?: Maybe your old sneakers were awesome in the 90s, but it's time to let them go the way of Sublime and Faith No More. Embrace grown-up casual style with the Clarks Nexie Flow shoes in Taupe Suede. Use coupon code "WCE13" to take them down to $56, saving you $34 off the MSRP. These comfy, lace-up shoes feature a mix of suede and leather on the outside, with a breathable fabric and mesh inner lining. They're available in sizes 7.5 to 12.

    Right now is a great time to stock up on Clarks shoes, as coupon code "WCE13" takes an extra 20% offmen's and women's sale items. With items already marked up to 50% off, that's tied as the second-best discount we've seen from Clarks.

  4. Nike Men's Free Trainer 5.0 Cross Training Shoes
    Store: Finish Line
    Price: $49.98 with $5.49
    Lowest By: $17

    Is It Worth It?: Pink cross trainers aren't for every guy, but you're not every guy. Trade-in your old workout kicks for the versatile, lightweight Nike Free Trainer 5.0 cross training shoes in Pink/Black/White. These Editors' Choice shoes feature intertwined bands and offer a dynamic fit that adapts to your feet. They come in sizes 8 to 13.

    Not feeling the pink? Finish Line also offers these shoes in Black/Gamma Blue for $54.98 with $5.49 for shipping.

  5. Nike Air Max Men's Go Strong Running Shoes
    Store: Finish Line
    Price: $39.98 with $5.49 s&h
    Lowest By: $17

    Is It Worth It?: If you prefer a more traditional style of running shoes, opt for these Nike Air Max Go Strong shoes in White/Black/Challenge Red or White. A $17 savings at $40, these running shoes sport an Air-Sole unit for solid cushioning. They're available in sizes 8 to 13, but not in all combos.

Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for Deal News, where this article originally appeared:

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