An adidas P.O.D. S3.1 shoe.
PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – The weekend definitely woke the dormant shopper as the familiar red sign flashed again at the Adidas outlet along Sheikh Zayed Road: Another sale!
The Adidas outlet sale in Dubai continues with 50 percent discount on top of the sale price on all items. For those with extra money to spare, Expatmedia.net found some really good deals at the Adidas outlet along Sheikh Zayed Road. We also checked out their Airport Road outlet for comparison.
Like last time, we just love the Sheikh Zayed Road outlet as they seem to carry the latest shoe styles and don’t mind marking them down.
The P.O.D. S3.1 is a real steal. It was Dh600 but has been marked down to Dh375. With the 50 percent additional discount applied, the pair of shoes is now only Dh187.50!
It’s a great shoe at a great price. These shoes feature the Adidas P.OD. system midsole, a responsive cushioning with snug fit, plus high-rebound EVA in the forefoot, and a TPU midfoot bridge for support and structure.
The Adidas Slides were also a steal starting at only Dh30 per pair (after discount is applied) but the sizes were already limited and stock was running out, even in the Airport Road branch. Perhaps they had more sizes in the Bur Dubai branch, but we ran out of time to check out that outlet.
In the meantime, here’s some sage shopping advice for your next bargain hunt:
“Should you buy something just because it’s on sale even if it’s out of fashion? It’s not worth it. In terms of shoes, you’ll know it’s a good buy if it’s trendy and also on sale because you’re not paying the full retail price yet you are enjoying the new trend. That’s the real meaning of sale,” said Expat Media CEO Mars De los Santos. ICA/Expat Media
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