Walking shoes on sale: Discounted Skechers, Reeboks and more

We’ve scoured the internet for the best walking shoes on sale and found discounts from Amazon, Target and others.

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There are plenty of walking shoes on sale at the moment, but it’s tricky to find the best deals when there is so much choice. Luckily, we’ve done the hard for you, rounding up the best discounts on walking shoes from across the internet. We’ve even managed to find up to 33% off some of our favorite models, with brands like Reebok and Skechers offering serious discounts.

There are so many benefits of walking, and it’s well worth investing in good footwear if you regularly go for strolls. The best shoes for walking will not only protect your feet from discomfort, but also help prevent injury (such as plantar fasciitis), support joint mobility, and improve your walking gait. Plus, a decent pair of shoes will last longer than a cheap pair of sneakers, so you’ll be saving money in the long run. 

You might be wondering what the difference is between walking and hiking shoes. The answer is: not much! Both are designed to be breathable, comfortable, and supportive, but walking shoes tend to be cut lower and weigh less; both types of shoes are incredibly versatile and suit most weather conditions too.

You’ll find a wide variety of both below in our round-up of the best walking shoes on sale. And if you want some more advice on picking the perfect pair, have a look at our in-depth guide on how to choose walking shoes

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Walking shoes on sale: Today's best US deals

Reebok women's dailyfit walking shoe | Was $80 | Prices starting from $47.23 at Amazon
These ultra-comfy athletic walking shoes are designed to cushion your step from toe to heel. User reviews describe them as the ideal shoe for touring cities. They’re stylish too, which makes them a great choice at a very affordable price. 

Columbia® women’s Redmond V2 waterproof hiking shoe | Was $79.99 | Now $69.99 at Dick’s Sporting Goods
Built to last, the Redmond is waterproof and super durable with high-traction rubber outsoles, a scratch rubber toe cap, and Omni-GRIPto withstand the mud and rain. While that $10 saving is fairly modest, the shoe itself is a great investment.  

Men's Saucony Integrity Walker 3 | Was $80 | Now $55.98 at shoes.com
A walking sneaker with a cushiony sole, this chunky shoe is ideal if you like a lot of support under your foot. It has a durable leather upper, too, so it has some lasting power.

Reebok Walk Ultra 7 DMX MAX men's shoes | Was $75 | Now $54.95 at Target
Walk on air with the men’s Walk Ultra range at Target. Not only are they light and breathable, but they’re also versatile so you can wear them anywhere, anytime. It’s quite the deal at 27% off.  

Kesitin Men's Trail Running Shoes | Was $95.69 | Now $67.59 at Walmart
If you’re looking for a sturdy and hardwearing trail walking shoe, this perfectly fits the bill. Made from high abrasion material, they’re highly breathable and lightweight, so you won’t need to worry about switching shoes after a long day's hike. 

Walking shoes on sale: Today's best UK deals

Adidas Terrex Eastrail GORE-TEX | Was £85 | Now £38 at Very.co.uk  
Adidas has struck the perfect balance between a hardy trail shoe and stylish trainer with the Terrex Eastrail. If you’re looking for an all-weather design, this walking shoe is brilliant for wet, windy, and uneven terrain with waterproof GORE-TEX lining and high-traction rubber for enhanced grip. 

KARRIMOR Mount low ladies walking shoes | Was £69.99 | Now £34.99 at Sports Direct
The perfect all-rounder – this walking shoe is lightweight, with a cushioned insole, and uses Dynagrip technology to ensure you get the most traction and support possible. Karrimor also promises a great-looking shoe, and who can complain at half price? 

Men’s Hiking Shoes - NH150 | Was £24.99 | Now £17.99 at Decathlon
The NH150s are perfect if you’re looking to be more eco-conscious. They’re suited to long country hikes in dry weather and are fitted with a thick light sole for excellent comfort. At under £20, it’s a brilliant option if you’re on a budget. 

KARRIMOR Bodmin 4 Mid Weather Men’s Walking Boots | Was £80 | Starting from £39 on Amazon
These trainers are Amazon’s Choice for walking shoes. They have a chunkier aesthetic which you’d normally expect from a hiking shoe, but are still lightweight and comfortable, with a robust sole. You can get up to 51% off on some sizes.

Merrell Bravada women's hiking shoe | Was £105 | Now £73.50 at John Lewis
These shoes are fitted with flexible Kinetic Fit Base insoles, Merrell Air Cushioning for shock-absorption, and Vibram Quantum Grip outer soles for superior grip and stability. Move fast if you want to take advantage of the £31.50 discount.

How to choose walking shoes

How to choose walking shoes entirely depends on what you need your shoes for. If you need something for everyday walking, then you can afford to be less specific; if you require something a little more enduring, then you’ll need to knuckle down on specifics like grip, weight, and durability.  


For several reasons, try to ensure you have some room around your toes and heels. On long walks or hot days, your feet tend to swell and you’ll be glad of the extra room. Going a size up also means you can wear thick socks without being uncomfortable and you’ll also get more wear out of them if your feet are still growing. 


If shoes aren’t comfortable when you try them on, they won’t be any better in action. Check you’re not experiencing any discomfort or rubbing around your heels or ankles. Don’t expect them to expand and be more comfortable after wearing them in – they should feel well-fitted from the get-go.


If you know you’ll be using your walking shoes in rainy weather, make sure they’re waterproof. Alternatively, if you need walking shoes to suit hot and dry weather, you’ll need breathable mesh and light material. For rougher terrain, you may want to consider thick soles with good grip and leather or rubber.

Sam Hopes is a personal trainer, reiki practitioner, and resident fitness writer at Future PLC, the publisher of Fit&Well. Having trained to work with both the mind and body, Sam is a big advocate of using mindfulness techniques in sport and aims to bring mental wellbeing to the forefront of fitness. She’s also passionate about the fundamentals of training and how we can build more sustainable training methods.  You’ll find her writing about the importance of habit-building, nutrition, sleep, recovery, and workouts.