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Score Sneakers Up to 70% Off in Markdown Madness This October

You wouldn't want to miss this six-day sneaker sale.
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Got some exciting holiday travels lined up? Whether you're exploring a new city or hiking through exotic terrain, you'll need a few travel essentials to keep you going. The right shoes are a must-have for any destination—they'll go with you everywhere and keep the stroll comfy and light. You can cop some new pairs even if you're on a budget when you drop by Markdown Madness from October 29 to November 3 at the Glorietta Activity Center.

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You can score discounts up to 70% off on fresh sneakers from Keds, Sperry, Skechers, Saucony, Pony, Merrell, Polo Ralph Lauren, and more when you drop by this six-day sneaker sale. There's a few weeks left before it starts, so there's time to clear out your calendar and save up for the price drop. Pro tip: Drop by as early as you can before the best styles start flying off the shelves. It's also a good place to cop gifts for the sneakerheads.

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