WHEN IT comes to dress shoes, Cole Haan reigns supreme. The brand’s dress sneakers let you take full advantage of the lines between casual and dressy, and opt for the most foolproof way of sporting business casual shoes by fusing the profile of Oxford dress shoes with the comfort and performance of walking shoes. Not only do Cole Haan’s sharp, snazzy hybrids match well with any business casual attire, but they can also spiff up a casual outfit or freshen up a suit-and-tie ensemble—looking swell from a happy hour to a formal dinner party, while never compromising on support and cushioning for your feet. Best of all, Amazon is currently lashing up to 50% off some of the best-selling, editors-tested, and experts-approved Cole Haan dress sneakers as we speak.
The brand’s popular ØriginalGrand Wingtip Oxford is currently a whopping $8o 0ff on Amazon. The shoe is a favorite pick by lifestyle influencer Steven Fingar as “the perfect blend of a dress shoe silhouette and the comfort of a sneaker… one of my favorite pairs of business casual shoes that can take you from a client meeting, to out on the town, and lounging around.” The ZERØGRAND Wingtip Oxford is almost 50% off right now. The model is more of a dress shoe than a sneaker, but the supportive cushioning footbed is still as comfortable as most sneakers out there. And the 4.ZERØGRAND Oxford, one of our favorite tested pair of breathable shoes with perforated ventilation and temperature-regulating materials, is also currently 50% off.
So if you’re looking for everyday stylish shoes that can be dressed up or down, for work, running errands, or living your best self, Amazon’s Cole Haan sale on the brand’s top-selling dress sneakers has you covered. With discounts of up to 50%, this Cole Haan sale on Amazon will have you ditching those stiff oxfords and sporting the brand’s comfortable, versatile dressy kicks for a change.
Style and Commerce Editor
Maverick Li is the Style & Commerce Editor of Men’s Health, where he covers clothing, footwear, watches, and grooming. He was previously the Assistant Commerce Editor at Esquire.