Get 20% off Tree Dashers sneakers for men and women


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In the world of comfortable sneakers, few are as popular – or as famous on Instagram – as Allbirds. The New Zealand-based brand has exploded in popularity over the past few years thanks to its ultra-comfortable shoes for men and women. While Allbirds sneakers are known for their minimalist design and durable materials, what really sets them apart is the fact that they are machine washable, making them easy to clean.

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Allbirds sneakers are rarely on sale. But right now, the popular Tree Dashers, which are the brand’s best-selling running shoes, are 20% off. You can grab them for just $99, down from their usual price of $125.

Our experts at Review tested the Allbirds Tree Dashers to find out if they are as good as everyone claims. The verdict? They most certainly are. We liked their cushioning and support right out of the box – no breaking in required. They’re well made, so they’ll last and are comfortable enough for runners, walkers, and casual exercisers. Plus, they’re made from eco-friendly materials, like sugarcane and eucalyptus. Wins all around.

Sale applies to Tree Dasher sneakers for men and women. Available in 16 gorgeous colors, from stark white to brilliant teal, they’re available in men’s sizes 8-14 and women’s 5-11. Because Allbirds are almost never on sale, you won’t want to hesitate to get yours. a pair. Even better? You’ll get free shipping on all orders of $50 or more.

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