Mark's Canada: Timberland Pembroke Leather Shoes Now $55 + Shipping + 2nd Pair Is 50% Off

25 February 2015


Mark's has a great deal on right now with buy one, get the other 50% off on footwear. Normally when I see a sale like this, it isn't also on clearance items, but this time it is. I found a fantastic deal on its own on Timberland Pembroke leather shoes that are now $54.88. I don't see a regular price listed, but by doing some research, I found this was the best deal around on these shoes.

If you like Timberlands, you know this is a premium shoe with a premium price. You want to take every chance you get to get them on sale or clearance. Great for working, hiking or just generally being on your feet, these shoes are lightweight and low-cut for comfort. They also have Vibram EcoStep rubber soles so you won't slip in wet or muddy conditions. With full-grain and suede leathers, they are stylish and durable in those conditions as well. Even cooler, the laces are made from recycled bottles, so you can feel sort-of good about your upcycled purchase.

While these shoes are $54.88, because of the buy one, get one 50% off sale, you can actually get two pairs for a total of $82.32. You might want two pairs for when the first wears out, or you could get this deal with a friend so you are only paying $41 for each pair of shoes. Sizes 8 to 11 are available.

Pricing around, I found that this deal is pretty fantastic since ShoeMe sells these for $110.

If you'd like a different shoe for your second pair, I might suggest the Timberland Pembroke cabbie shoes. Very similar to the other ones with a different style, these are on sale for $59.88, but there is limited sizing. Buying the two together would give you around the $40 per pair price. These also sell for over $100 at Footlocker and Sportchek.

Shipping is a flat rate of $6.50, so you can shop as much or as little as you'd like with this deal. Either way, you are saving the shipping costs by far with this Timberland deal.

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TOPICS:   Shoes   Clothing

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