Union Jack Boots Boxing Day Sale: Up to 80% Off Footwear - Shoes from $9.99


Union Jack Boots just launched their Boxing Day Sale with up to 80% off select footwear. With shoes starting at just $9.99, this is a sale you will not want to miss! I personally consider it one of the hottest deals of the day! :)

You can pick up Converse shoes for just $10! The Converse Chuckit Mesh Slip in white and in black are what I will probably pick up – mostly because they are Converse, an amazing price, and in stock in my size. Originally $54.99, they are just $9.99 per pair. This is just a sample of the Converse shoes on sale for $9.99, check out these other ones:

That is just a list of all the $10 Converse shoes you can pick up! There are other great deals as well. These Converse CT Pc Peel Back Mid in Blue are also a great deal. Originally $79.99, they are now on sale for $29.99.

Personally, I want to pick up a pair of Dr Martens. There are some super steep discounts but sizing is very limited. For example, these Dr. Martens Harlen in Cherry Red Smooth were $289.99, but are now on sale for $39.99. The Dr. Martens Harlen in Black Smooth is also on sale from $289.99 down to $47.99.

For men, the Dr. Martens Harlow in Gaucho Crazy Horse is a pretty good find. Originally $169.99, they are now on sale for $47.99.

I like how Dr Martens makes a boot / sneaker hybrid that has classic Dr Martens style with a sort of Converse feel. The Dr. Martens Hackney in Black + White Dots Fine Canvas and the Dr. Martens Hackney in Classic Union Jack Anarchy Fine Canvas were $114.99, but are now on sale for $55.99 each. Plenty of sizes are in stock.

Personally, I may find the Dr. Martens Drench in Matt Yellow Acid Smiley Vulcanised Rubber hopping into my cart. Sure, I already own a pair of rubber boots but they don't look anywhere near as cool as these. Originally $149.99, they are now on sale for $55.99. Consult the size chart for converting to US sizes.

Union Jack Boots offers free shipping on orders of $75 or more, which should not be hard to hit. Under that, there is a $15 flat rate.

(Expiry: 4th January 2016)

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