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Best Men's Shoes to Spring Into: Deals on Clarks, adidas, Nike

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Forget the window dressing, you're just a guy looking for a solid pair of shoes. If the spring weather has you longing to slip into something more comfortable, you've come to the right place: we've rounded up the best men's shoe deals of the week just for you. Get an extra 20% off a pair of Clarks shoes, save $30 on some innovative adidas running shoes, and score a pair of Polo boots at $70 off.

  1. Pointer A.F.D. SneakersPointer Men's A.F.D. Canvas Sneakers
    Store: Nordstrom
    Price: $34.96 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $30

    Is It Worth It?: Sporting a simple but stylish design, the Pointer A.F.D. sneakers in Teal, Grey, or Beige are about to become your new favorite shoes. These canvas sneakers are easy to wear with their removable insole and grippy rubber sole. And at $35, they're just as easy to bring home. They come in sizes 6.5 to 12, but not in all size/color combinations.

    Looking for more affordable designer footwear? Nordstrom has cut up to 60% off a selection of men's, women's, and kids' clearance shoes. (Discounted prices are marked.) With deals starting at around $12 and free shipping on everything, this sale is tied as the largest discount we've seen on clearance shoes from Nordstrom in the past 12 months. Note that sizes may be limited.

  2. Clarks LambethClarks Men's Lambeth Shoes
    Store: Clarks
    Price: $55.99 via coupon code "SPRING14" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $34

    Is It Worth It?: For quality and comfort, you just can't beat the Clarks Lambeth shoes in Tan or Olive Nubuck. Use coupon code "SPRING14" to grab them for $56, a $34 savings. These casual leather shoes boast a removable padded footbed and a rugged, yet lightweight outsole that won't ever slow you down. They're available in sizes 9.5 to 14, but not in all combos.

    Right now is a great time to stock up on Clarks shoes, as coupon code "SPRING14" takes an extra 20% off men's and women's sale items. With shoes already marked up to 60% off, that's tied as the best discount we've seen from Clarks so far this year. Best of all, every qualifies for free shipping.

  3. adidas Springbladeadidas Men's Springblade Running Shoes
    Store: adidas
    Price: $150 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $30
    Expires: May 1

    Is It Worth It?: Take your running game to the next level with the innovative adidas Springblade shoes in Black/Running White, Metallic Silver, or Hero Ink/Metalsilver. The soles of these shoes feature lightweight polymer blades, each ergonomically tuned and angled to absorb shock and propel you forward. A $30 savings at $150, these unique trainers come in select sizes from 9.5 to 14.

  4. Nike City CourtNike Men's City Court VII Tennis Shoes
    Store: Nike
    Price: $34.97 with $8 s&h
    Lowest By: $4

    Is It Worth It?: There's a lot to be said for a great pair of tennis shoes, like the Nike City Court VII tennis shoes in White/Black. Designed for players looking for a snug fit and impact protection, these tennis shoes feature a durable leather upper, a breathable mesh tongue, and a herringbone-patterned outsole for traction. Marked down by $25, these shoes are a steal at $35. They come in most sizes from 7 to 14.

  5. Polo Cameron BootsPolo Ralph Lauren Men's Cameron Boots
    Store: Journeys
    Price: $49.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $70

    Is It Worth It?: Combat style meets urban street chic in the Polo Ralph Lauren Cameron boots. A $70 savings at $50, these leather boots boast a classic lace-up design, side-zip closure for easy on and off, and a durable rubber outsole. Available in Black, these boots come in sizes 7.5 to 13.

    You can score more high-quality Polo Ralph Lauren men's shoes at Journeys, where select styles have been marked down by up to 50% off. With prices starting at $30, it's tied as the best discount we've seen on this brand at Journeys. Shipping adds $4.95, or bag free shipping on orders of $40 or more.

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Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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