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Christine Giordano

The sun is out, the temperature is rising and it is very you’re probably getting ready to resume your workouts outdoors. If you’re looking for a great new pair of trainers or just comfy shoes for spring and summer brunch, Nordstrom has you covered.

Until April 18, the fashionable retailer is offering up to 60% off everything, like designer leggings, sports bras and (our personal favorite here at Women’s Health) sneakers. Breathtaking, I-can’t-believe-that-that– Cheap deals on top brands like Adidas, Nike, and more, this is one sale you won’t want to miss.

So, out of all the hundreds of amazing sneaker deals worth adding to your e-cart? See below for the best deals Nordstrom’s Spring Sale has to offer, with up to 60% off some of the luxury retailer’s best-selling items. Whether you’re looking for something comfortable for running, a good weightlifting shoe, or just something stylish for hanging out, this list has your back (but especially your feet).

See the 12 best sneaker deals from Nordstrom’s Spring Sneaker Sale below.

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Court Vision low-top trainers

$70 $56 (20% off)

The 80s and 90s fashion scene may have come with some wildly controversial trends, but we can all get on board with a trendy item that’s just as stylish as it is versatile and comfortable.

Many women’s health editors are obsessed with these – you won’t want to wear them for a run, but the leather finish keeps them clean and stylish for everything from a date to work and every brunch in between.


UltraBoost Running Shoes


$180 $135 (25% off)

Adidas’ Ultraboosts continue to be the benchmark for sneakers, and for good reason. Featuring responsive cushioning, this pair will give you runners the comfort and bounce you need to walk with pride and style.


Assert Charged Running Shoes

under protection

$70 $60 (14% off)

There’s a reason Under Armour’s Charge Assert 9 sneakers score near perfect on Nordstrom. Not only do they feature shock-absorbing cushioning, which is perfect for runners who pound the pavement, but the breathable mesh upper will also come in handy once the temperature rises. (Oh, and the leather overlays provide a nice touch of whimsy.)


TechLoom Bliss Knit Running Shoes


$220 $165 (25% off)

No laces? No problem. For their TechLoom Bliss shoes, APL used satin elastic around the arch and a sock liner to give you a supportive, easy-to-wear fit.


Performance Running Shoes

Veja x Rick Owens

$290 $200 (31% off)

Veja has teamed up with Rick Owens to turn the internet-famous lace-up shoe into a runner-approved iteration. With a mesh upper, padded collar and a range of versatile colorways, this pair definitely hits the sweet spot between form and function.


Mad River Trail Running Shoes


$110 $83 (25% off)

Want to have a good time with Mother Nature this year? Saucony’s Mad River trail shoes are just the thing to add to your cart. This pair has a grippy all-direction lug that will help you through rough terrain, rocky trails, and the occasional slippery spot.


Influence training sneakers


$90 $56 (37% off)

For a pair of trainers that work as hard as you do, opt for this option from RYKÄ. Between responsive cushioning and Pivot Point technology that makes turns easier, this style will keep your foot supported and aligned during your workout.


Flyknit 2 Running Shoes


$160 $135 (15% off)

Sprinters and long-distance runners will find plenty to love in Nike’s popular pair. For starters, special React foam cushioning turns every step into a smooth, energized stride. And, with Nike’s signature Flyknit cables, you’ll get the support you need. and a comfortable, sock-like fit.


Novablast Running Shoes


$130 $98 (25% off)

If you’re looking for a pair of shoes that will last long after your summer sprint streak, consider this option from Asics. True to the brand, this pick has a supportive fit and responsive cushioning. Another thing to love? High abrasion Ahar Plus rubber, which provides extra durability when running in wear-prone areas.


$130 $98 (25% off)

Start spring training in style with the Nano X1 shoes from Reebok. It’s not a running shoe, but the stretchy and breathable Flexweave, compression molded foam and lugged soles make it a perfect match for those of you who like to train outdoors – beach HIIT class or park bootcamp, anyone?


FuelCell Prism Running Shoes

New balance

$130 $97 (25% off)

New Balance has used their nitrogen-infused FuelCell technology to deliver lightweight, supportive cushioning that isn’t too constricting. The result? A light step and so soft. It’s technically labeled a running shoe, but the large amount of cushioning makes it ideal for those of you who walk a lot or have to be on your feet all day.

$85.00 $33 61% off

Just want a pair of casual sneakers to slip into for work or run errands in comfort (in style)? These suede Sperry’s will do. They feature a one inch platform and are super comfortable thanks to the memory foam they are padded with.

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