Oliberte Canada: Up to 75% Off & Extra 15% Off Coupon & Free Shipping

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Oliberte is the world’s only fair-trade certified footwear manufacturing factory - and they are Canadian! I love this company's ethics and I love their discounts too as they are offering up to 75% off shoes with an extra coupon code for 15% off that combines with the sales. Enjoy great deals on good, ethical footwear and receive free shipping - you will need to select this shipping option at checkout as it is not the default.

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  • Coupon Code: HOLIDAY
  • Discount: 15% off
  • Expiry: 7th December 2015

I have collected four of my favourite shoe deals that have at least three sizes in stock and are a steep discount. First, the RALINI Camel Pullup originally cost $115 to $125 (depending on finish), but they are now on sale for $40 per pair. After coupon code, pay $34. This shoe has one of the best size selections right now with sizes 6, 7, 8, 10, and 11 still in stock. Read the sizing recommendations on each shoe to make sure you get the best fit as they are final sale.

The DISHA is a great little suede shoe currently available in three different colours and several sizes. This is a slip on shoe - sort of like a loafer - that was $120 and is now $35. After coupon code, pay $29.75. The sand colour has the largest size selection with the really pretty wine colour in stock in three sizes.

The ANJULA Camel Pullup is a lace-up shoe that looks like a cross between an oxford and a sneaker. These fit true to size, so just order your normal size. I love the raw leather look and the simple biege colour that will match with everything. Originally $125 and on sale for $45, pay just $38.25 after coupon.

I also wanted to mention the ADUNI. It is more like a moccasin in style with a natural rubber outsole. Originally $110 to $125 depending on colour, it is now on sale for $45. After coupon code that comes down to $38.25. I highly recommend shopping the rest of their website, as I am a huge supporter of fair-trade.

Last but not least, I highly recommend picking up some GorillaWax for $15. It is an all-natural product made with organic ingredients that you can use for waterproofing. I just bought a tube for myself as I have many pairs of leather shoes that really could use some maintenance. I like taking care of what I own so it will last longer.

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