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8 insane Nike trainer deals for the weekend

It's the weekend, and big things are happening in the Nike sale. Up to 50% off, plus another 30%? Yes please. We’re here to point you towards the best deals.

Nike Air Max 90 in white on light blue background with 8 insane Nike trainer deals for the weekend text

There are not many brands out there who are on the same level as Nike when it comes to top-quality footwear. There is nobody on the same level as FOOTY.com when it comes to finding the best deal for you. This weekend’s deal is a match made in heaven.

We all know the jig when it comes to Nike sale shopping, it’s all about finding your size. Below, we’ve tried to pick out a number of brilliant deals with a healthy selection of colourways and sizes on each. If you’re not quick though, someone else will be!

The code you need to enter for an extra 30% off sale prices (insane!) is SUMMER30 (valid until 12/07/2020). So, don’t waste any more time and let’s dig into those lovely deals…


Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit 3

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With an RRP of £169.95, even Rockefeller would squirm at paying full price. Luckily for you, these beauties are still available in the sale, there’s a few different colourways available (all crackers btw) but we’ve picked the grey/black as our number one.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30


Nike Air Max 720

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A very popular trainer at a very low price you say? Here you go. At full price you’d be parting with almost 155 smackers, but right now they are sitting waiting at an enticing £108.47. We’ve gone with the classic all black pair, it’s your call though!

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30


Nike Shox TL

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Well, the deals are properly rolling in now. These icons went out to market at £149.95 RRP, now you can get your hands on them for a smidge over £100. As we went with the all black on the last selection, we’ve gone a crisp white on these. Get them. Be quick.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30


Nike Air Max 270 React

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You’d be mad to turn this deal down, these trainers were so popular on their release that they sold out almost immediately. Now they’re available at £98.97, a pinch of their £140 RRP. This monochrome mix is the ideal colourway for anyone.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30



Nike Air Jordan Mars 270

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An amalgamation of the Air Jordan and the 270 React, here’s a model you need to make a fashion statement. Usually retailing at £139.95, you can save £40 in the current Nike sale. There are lots to choose from, but all black with a dash of yellow and red is our pick.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30


Nike Epic React Flyknit 2

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A running shoe, an everyday shoe? It really doesn’t matter what you use the Epic React 2 for, just get some whilst the going is good. You’re looking at £130 at full price, but right now, grab them for just £90.97. We love the boldness of this black / white combo with brazen pink and purple detailing.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30


Nike Air Max 90

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A touch of retro and an absolute classic, at an amazingly chopped price. You can currently save a whopping £35 on these Air Max 90, but get in there early to avoid disappointment! How can you ignore the turquoise and black contrast on these? Go. Go to them now.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30


Nike Free RN 5.0

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A lifestyle and running classic, the Free RN 5.0 has been serving people with pillowy comfort since its release. Now it can help you stuff some cash back into your pillow too, grab them for just £67.47. White works with everything, so we’ve gone for these crispy fresh rides.

Don’t forget your extra 30% off with code: SUMMER30

 

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Kevan Thorpe

Quintessential grassroots journeyman. I've had more "you look like Gareth Barry" comments than I have career goals.