The mighty shoe has been called the carriage to the foot, a fashion-forward receptacle of phalanges, and the durable bread between our butter-heels and bacon-sidewalk. Today's Groupon dresses your walkers in dependable kicks: for $25, you get $50 worth of running shoes, high-tech socks, and name-brand running apparel at Feet First. Whether you need some supportive kicks for running, a solid pair of cross-trainers, or just a comfy walking shoe or two, Feet First can appropriately attire your stomp-wrigglers. This Groupon can be redeemed at one of two Feet First locations in South Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Feet First's huge selection of high-performance running shoes starts at $99.99, with a selection of brands including Adidas, K-Swiss, New Balance, Reebok, and more. Regular shoes and sandals start as low as $24.99, and you can redeem this Groupon for anything in the store, including sale items. Slide into foot holsters from New Balance (the MR760 men's or women's running shoes, $99.99), or try out sporty sandals from Merrell ($74.99). Feet First also sells supportive insoles and stylish performance apparel; pick up a couple of pairs of Experia sport socks ($13.99), Nike tempo shorts ($28.99), or a pair of contoured insoles, such as the all-purpose Superfeet Blue ($38.99), to support and balance your feet throughout the day. Feet First carries insoles designed for all arch heights, including high-heel insoles for $21.99.
The athletic-shoe experts at Feet First have been shoeing athletes for more than 30 years. Use this Groupon to get shoes that finally fit right, or help your feet aspire to greater feats of endurance. It's a great gift for runners or people who wear shoes on their feet.
Feet First is a specialty shop dedicated to running and walking—that’s why rows of athletic shoes line its walls. Working under this niche’s umbrella, the staff tends to a selection of shoes, athletic apparel, and accessories from brands such as Asics, Merrell, New Balance, and Nike. Customers can visit the Tampa or St. Petersburg location and peruse insoles and socks that are designed to help reduce the wear and tear on both human and shoe heels.