Don't let these men's shoe deals run away

Spring is just around the corner and you need a pair of new kicks to welcome the warm weather. Check out these men's shoe deals to save a little money while searching for style.

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A couple walk beneath a display of sneakers hanging from the ceiling of a shoe store in Tokyo on Thursday. Want your own pair? Check out these men's shoe deals.

Look, they've had a good run, walk, and/or skip. But now they're just holding you back. Face it man, it's time to put your old shoes on the bench. To help Team You move on, we've scouted some fresh talent in this week's best men's shoe deals. Score a pair of Nike running shoes at their lowest price since Black Friday, get some Quicksilver shoes for just $18, or grab two pairs of Converse sneakers at $23 off list.

  •  Nike Men's Roshe Running Shoes
     Store: 6pm
     Price: $45.99 with free shipping
     Lowest By: $6

    Is It Worth It?: If your old running shoes have been weighing you down, then it's time to trade them in for something lighter. The Nike Roshe running shoes weigh in at just 10oz. and are available in six colors for $46. That's tied as the best price we've seen for these trainers outside of our Black Friday mention, which was for one color only. Made to be worn with or without socks, these Editors' Choice running shoes boast a deconstructed, full-mesh upper for breathability, a ribbed, removable SolarSoft sockliner, and a full-length Phylon midsole for lightweight cushioning. They come in sizes 6 to 15, but not in all size/color combinations.

  •  Saucony Men's ProGrid Xodus 3.0 Shoes
     Store: 6pm
     Price: $39.99 with free shipping
     Lowest By: $42

    Is It Worth It?: You've taken your old running shoes off the beaten path, and they've got the scars to prove it. Upgrade your off-road running experience with the Saucony ProGrid Xodus 3.0 shoes in Black/Citron/Red. These rugged runners feature synthetic overlays for structural support, breathable mesh uppers, and a Vibram Trek outsole for optimal traction and durability. Available for $40, they're a $42 price low and come in sizes 8.5 to 13.

  •  Quiksilver Men's Harbour Shoes
     Store: Quiksilver
     Price: $17.50 via coupon code "CLEARANCE70" with free shipping
     Lowest By: $32

    Is It Worth It?: Sure, you've got a solid sport shoe line-up, but your roster's got a hole in the casual shoe position. Fill that slot with the Quiksilver Harbour shoes in four colors. (Search "867185" to see them.) These Editors' Choice kicks drop to $18 when you apply coupon code "CLEARANCE70", saving you $32 off list price. They're available in sizes 6 to 10, but not in all combinations.

  •  2 Pairs of Converse Men's One Star Hi-Top Sneakers
     Store: Target
     Price: $47.48 via this link with free shipping
     Lowest By: $23
     Expires: March 29

    Is It Worth It?: If you're the sort of guy who wears sneakers, then you're the sort of guy who wears them out. Cover your bases by picking up two pairs of Converse One Star Hi-Tops in Black from Target. Just add two pairs to your cart, then activate this link to drop them to $47. That's $23 off list and a great price for two pairs of these classic sneakers, which feature minimalist construction and a grippy rubber outsole. Stock up online in sizes 7.5 to 13.

  •  Allen Edmonds Men's Scottsdale Orthotic Penny Loafers
     Store: Allen Edmonds
     Price: $247 with free shipping
     Lowest By: $109

    Is It Worth It?: Most men are rocking one pair of dress shoes, probably the same pair they've had since high school. Retire those uncomfortable old standbys and step into the Allen Edmonds Men's Scottsdale penny loafers in Burgundy Burnished Calf or Black Custom Calf. Marked down to $247, these loafers represent an investment in style and comfort, and a $109 savings. Made of calfskin leather, these premium shoes sport lightweight Vibram Gumlight rubber soles and a removable orthotic insole. They're available in multiple widths in sizes from 6.5 to 15, although not in all combinations.

  • Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for Deal News where this article first appeared:

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