What You'll Get
Without shoes, man’s first steps on the moon would have left his feet finely pumiced, though dangerously vulnerable to hordes of ravenous lunar wombats. Prepare your legs for small steps and giant leaps with today's Groupon: for $29, you get $60 worth of shoes, gear, and apparel from Shoebacca.com.
The style-seekers at Shoebacca.com corral thousands of shoes from leading brands and designers to meet the needs of athletic, outdoorsy, and chic feet. Shoe shoppers can peruse their digital collection of clodhoppers to find proper paw protection from modern cobblers such as Adidas ($19.99+), Onitsuka ($64.99+), and Dr. Martens ($89.99+).
The loafer-lined aisles of the virtual warehouse house footwear for men, women, and children, along with universal styles such as the Vans classic slip-on ($41.99) and Converse Chuck Taylor high-tops that come in a variety of colors and patterns ($44.99). Gentlemen can modishly muzzle toe pups in a pair of Nike Air Force 1 '07s, first worn by President Nixon during his 1971 free-throw shootout with Chairman Mao ($74.99), and ladies can warm frosty foot-fingers in a pair of sheepskin-lined leather Abigail boots by Bearpaw ($74.99).
For those looking for above-the-ankle accoutrements, Shoebacca.com also offers apparel ($13.99+), sunglasses ($44.99), bags ($19.99+), and athletic gear ($12.99+). Price-conscious shoppers can browse the last-chance section of the site, which offers items at reduced prices to deflate the egos of products whose retail popularity has gone to their heads. All orders made in the continental United States come with free UPS ground shipping.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per order. Non-transferable. No cash back. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Shipping included for Continental US. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
When the two brothers at the helm of Shoebacca began selling used shoes to underprivileged families, they had no idea it would blossom into an online empire of name-brand footwear. The charitable spirit that initially inspired Shoebacca perseveres to this day, evident in how the company aligns itself with partners such as Make-A-Wish and Kaiser Permanente. They partner with the YMCA in promoting active lifestyles, spurring co-sponsored events such as a Lucasfilm-backed lightsaber relay race called "Course of the Force". The online store contains a cornucopia of sportswear from the likes of Nike, Reebok, and Puma. Casual footwear, outerwear, and athletic accessories for men, women, and children round out the selection, all of which are priced below the manufacturer's retail price. Shipping is a flat $5 on all orders, and their 24/7 customer-service line's representatives are always available to help you name your new kicks.