From sandals to hiking boots, Keen’s got some of the most comfortable and durable shoes out there (I like their open-air corded “Uneeks”). And what better time to get yourself a pair or two when they are on sale over Black Friday… Right?!!
While we don’t yet have the official details on what they will be overing this Thanksgiving weekend, we’re pretty sure it’ll be similar to the offer we saw back in 2015: 20% off storewide with free shipping on all orders of $150.00+. The offer was only available for 48 hours on Thursday-Friday when shopping at keenfootwear.com (in the U.S. only). Of course the moment this year’s sale is announced we will updated the details right her on Blacker Friday!
Until then, be sure to take a look at Keen’s latest shoes released this season as well as the deals that can be picked up today on their sale page at keenfootwear.com. You can also join their email newsletter if you’re a new customer that’s not in their database to pick up a $10.00 coupon code to use towards a new pair of shoes on your next order.
What are some of your favorite Keen shoes? Are you looking to replace a loved but worn out pair? Let us know in the comments below!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Hope you have some fun plans with family or friends, and of curse, some time saved for some online shopping. Well, if a new pair of Keen’s are on this year’s shopping list, then you can already head on over to keenfootwear.com to pick up any pair you want because their 20% off storewide deal has gone live! You’ll just have to spend over $150.00 to get it. Free shipping also applies as long as you ship to the continental United States (i.e. not Alaska, Hawaii, or internationally, including Canada).
The sale will run through Friday night, ending at 11:59 PM Pacific on Nov 27, 2015. The offer is also not valid on any items that are not in stock nor on custom pro orders. Certain styles and colors may also be excluded. Remember that you can’t use any other promo codes or coupons along with the 20% off deal and that the sale is only open for U.S. based customers.
Here’s a copy of the ad with the official terms and conditions: