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Allbirds' popular sneakers are never on sale—but right now, they're 20% off

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Get Allbirds sneakers for 20% off right now.

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In the world of comfortable sneakers, few are as popular—or as Instagram-famous—as Allbirds. The New Zealand-based brand has skyrocketed in popularity over the last few years thanks to its uber-comfy footwear for both men and women. While Allbirds sneakers are known for their minimalist design and sustainable materials, what really sets them apart is the fact they’re machine-washable, making them a breeze to keep clean.

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

Our experts at Reviewed put the Allbirds Tree Dashers to the test to find out if they’re as good as everyone claims. The verdict? They most certainly are. We liked how cushioned and supportive they were 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 alike. Plus, they’re made from eco-friendly materials, like sugarcane and eucalyptus. Wins all around.

The sale applies to Tree Dasher sneakers for both men and women. Available in 16 gorgeous colors—from crisp white to bright teal—they come in men’s sizes 8 to 14 and women’s sizes 5 to 11. Because Allbirds almost never go on sale, you won’t want to hesitate to snag a pair for yourself. Even better? You’ll get free shipping on all orders of $50 or more.

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