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Kohl's Cardholders: Men's Fila Athletic or Trail Shoes (various styles) EXPIRED

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Kohl's.com has for their Cardholders: Select Men's Fila Athletic or Trail Shoes (various styles) on sale for 2 for ~$35 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free with promo code AUGMVCFREE1 (apply in cart). Thanks daisybeetle

Note, offer valid only for Kohl's Cardholders.

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  1. Click here and add 2-Pairs of Fila Men's Athletic Shoes (various styles) priced at $29.97 - $29.99 to the cart
  2. Proceed to the cart and enter the following promo codes:
    • Kohls Cardholder's: 30% Off w/ promo code SUMMER30
    • $10 Off $50 in Back to School w/ promo code BTS10
    • Kohls Cardholder's: Free Shipping w/ promo code AUGMVCFREE1
  3. The price at checkout should be ~$35 + Free Shipping
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Kohls Cardholders:
  1. Add 2-Pair of Men's Fila Athletic Shoes [kohls.com] priced at $29.97 - $29.99 to cart
  2. Enter promo codes:
    • Kohls Cardholder 30% SUMMER30
    • $10 off $50 in Back to School w code BTS10
    • Kohls Cardholder Free shipping with AUGMVCFREE1
  3. Total will be $35 + free shipping
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How many girls can I get with these ?
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To put the lineup into perspective Asics have people running marathons in them (normal length and Ultra Marathons). I personally have a pair of Asics Nimbus 13s that I've logged well over 500 miles on and still use them for weekend shoes. The ones on sale here are great for the weekend shoe job and washing the car but you won't run a marathon in them of be able to get 100 miles on them yet alone 500.
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Based on low quality made in China just purchase it and convince your self
It's funny reading through all these thread craps running down Fila. True, it's a budget brand, and my comparison to lower-cost Asics is based on actual experience. If money was no object, I'd likely only buy Brooks shoes.

But here's the deal: virtually all sneakers are made offshore now. This is true for Asics as well as other brands--just check the label under the tounge. The irony is that China is no longer the lowest common source in terms of quality. That's more typical to Vietnam, Indonesia, and some other places that shoe manufacturing has moved to.

All my Fila Headway 7s were made in China. If that's changed over the last couple years, and they are now made in one of those other places, I wouldn't be surprised if they're crappy.

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This is a great deal for well-known sneakers.
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To put the lineup into perspective Asics have people running marathons in them (normal length and Ultra Marathons). I personally have a pair of Asics Nimbus 13s that I've logged well over 500 miles on and still use them for weekend shoes. The ones on sale here are great for the weekend shoe job and washing the car but you won't run a marathon in them of be able to get 100 miles on them yet alone 500.
Har, the idea of somebody attempting a marathon in any of these Fila shoes is pretty rich. But I quibble with your statement about not being able to get 100 miles running in them. I trained/jogged 4 miles three times a week in my first pair of Fila shoes for about 6 months before the soles wore down. That was in addition to occasional rotation into daily wearing. I'd estimate 400 miles altogether. I'm fairly slow, averaging 9:10 mile splits, so maybe that helps, dunno.
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It's funny reading through all these thread craps running down Fila. True, it's a budget brand, and my comparison to lower-cost Asics is based on actual experience. If money was no object, I'd likely only buy Brooks shoes.

But here's the deal: virtually all sneakers are made offshore now. This is true for Asics as well as other brands--just check the label under the tounge. The irony is that China is no longer the lowest common source in terms of quality. That's more typical to Vietnam, Indonesia, and some other places that shoe manufacturing has moved to.

All my Fila Headway 7s were made in China. If that's changed over the last couple years, and they are now made in one of those other places, I wouldn't be surprised if they're crappy.
I think that most of low end shoes are made in China and that's because chinese no name companies copy big brands name and manufacturing those no name shoes sold on walmart... payless ...there's no copyright laws in China
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My lord you can't find anything to cover your feet for $17.

A very nice deal.
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Believe me or not, some Chinese shoes factories make knockoff shoes even better than genuine brand shoes.
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Have used Filas to train and run half marathons. They have been great for my feet and have held up well. Asics have given me shin pain. To each his own
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How does Fila fit compared to New Balance for people with arch issues flat feet?
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not for the serious running enthusiasts...
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TOTAL (2 ITEMS)

$37.52

Your Savings

$83.95

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It's asking me for a kohl's charge card what is that
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It's a Kohls charge card. Credit card.
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This is about what these shoes should cost. I got a couple of pair close to Christmas for around $11 each. They are somewhat comfortable, but they are not quality shoes by any standard. The wide shoes are incredibly wide and the normal shoes are very narrow. So unless you have noodle feet or hobbit feet you can't get them to fit. Don't get them anywhere near sand, dust, dry grass, sawdust, or anything else small and loose. It will go straight through the mesh on top and you will have grit between your toes. And once you get sand in them it's in there forever slowly sprinkling down in between your toes. Forever.
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