16 Best Cyber Monday Shoe Deals (2022): Allbirds, Ugg, and Cole Haan

16 Best Cyber Monday Shoe Deals (2022): Allbirds, Ugg, and Cole Haan

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A beloved brand among Traveler editors, Birdies will be offering 25 percent off its entire site starting Black Friday and ending Cyber Monday. The brand is well known for its wide range of flats such as The Starling but also creates comfortable sneakers, slippers, and slides. 

Cyber Monday sales kick off on Sunday, November 27 and end on November 29, during which time 50 percent will be taken off all orders at checkout. Members will be able to include an additional discount of 10 percent at checkout when they use code CYBER.

During Dr. Martens’ Cyber Monday sale, shoppers can save up to 40 percent on their beloved leather shoewear. 

It’s time to step into the world of platform boots. The Nancy boot from Melissa Shoes offers a retro, square-toed option that has thermal comfort support—it’s something to keep an eye on during this holiday season. Now until the end of November, Melissa will be offering savings just as high as the platform boot itself—40 percent off sitewide when code OMJ40 is used at check out. 

Merrell will be offering up to 60 percent off select footwear during its Black Friday sale. The ultimate doorbuster deal will be for the Moab 2, a Traveler-recommended hiking boot, which will be 40 percent off.  Savings will continue past Cyber Monday, with select deals lingering into early December.

The most anticipated Cyber Monday doorbuster deals will be the sneaker styles Nova 2 and Antora 2, both on sale for $60. 

Now until Tuesday, Nike is offering up to 60 percent off select styles and will tack on an additional 25 percent off at checkout with code CYBER.

There are plenty of Cyber Monday shoe deals to be found at Nordstrom: The department store kicked off its holiday savings sale on November 18, with deals running through November 29. You’ll be able to snag up to 60 percent off best sellers from Hunter, Ugg, Birkenstock, and Tory Burch, just to name a few.