Save up to 50% on AllBirds Shoes (Great Black Friday Deal)

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Save up to 50% on AllBirds Shoes (Great Black Friday Deal)

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Allbirds have become the officially unofficial shoe of travelers everywhere. Best of all, the company is holding a massive Black Friday sale today, with many styles and colors available at discounts as deep as 50% off.

Comfortable, breathable, and sustainable, they make the perfect shoe for the flight and the adventure once you arrive. Travelers nationwide swear by them. So check out the full list of men's shoes on sale for Black Friday and women's shoes on sale, too. Oh, and be sure to use Rakuten to get 15% cashback on your Allbirds purchase, making this big sale even better.

You may want to move quickly, as the popularity of these shoes makes it all but certain that some will sell out fast. For example, you can currently grab a pair of:


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Whether you want a pair of sporty shoes for flying and hiking, some loafers or loungers, or even a set of slippers, there are some significant savings with this Allbirds Black Friday sale. And remember: You can stack this sale by clicking through Rakuten (or add the Rakuten browser plug-in!) to get an extra 15% back as cashback.


Bottom Line

Allbirds shoes have earned their place as a fan-favorite of travelers everywhere. No matter what kind of shoe you're looking for, this Allbirds Black Friday sale is a hit.

Shop the Allbirds Black Friday sale now!


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