If you’re in the market for discounts on the most comfortable dress shoes or sneakers, you don’t have to wait until Black Friday. For our money’s worth, the best place to score early Black Friday sneaker deals is at Cole Haan, the undisputed king of affordable, business casual shoes. Already, we’re seeing up to 50% off a bunch of older (but still great) styles on some editor-approved lace-ups, loafers, and white sneakers.
The beauty of Cole Haan’s hybrid dress shoes is that they’re infused with the brand’s Zerogrand technology, which offers ample cushioning without too much bulk, for a sleek shoe that’s almost as comfortable as a traditional sneaker. And now, you can grab them for cheap. Cole Haan’s Evolution Shortwing Oxford, 2.Zerogrand Laser Wingtip Oxford, and Grand Motion Woven Stretchlite Sneaker, are all at least 40% off in select styles. That means you’re getting a steal for some great-looking dress shoes that you can stand all day in.
For more casual shoes, we’re also seeing a great sale on the Grand Crosscourt Modern Tennis Sneaker, a clean trainer that looks as great on and off the court. At this price point, we suggest stocking up in seven of its colorways, given that its low key-yet-sharp design works with a variety of casual and business casual fits. Also on discount, the GrandPro Crew Sneaker, a sustainable shoe that’s easy on your feet, and the planet. The best part: most of these Cole Haan discounts are available across a few of our favorite retailers like Amazon, Zappos, and Nordstrom. So if you’re ready to get your bargain hunting done early, Cole Haan’s markdowns are a great place to get you started.
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Deputy Editor, Commerce
Christian Gollayan oversees e-commerce content for Men’s Health and Women’s Health. Previously, he was the Associate Managing Editor at TheManual.com. Christian’s work has also been featured in Food & Wine, InStyle, the New York Post, and Tatler Asia.