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About PF Flyers

Immortalized in <i>The Sandlot</i>, and championed by basketball legend Bob Cousy of the Boston Celtics, PF Flyers and its sneakers are as authentically American as they come. Founded in 1937, the label has perfected its edgy yet classy aesthetic with shoes and boots distinguished by thick rubber soles and unparalleled comfort. Retro-sneaker buffs will dig PF Flyers' vintage-inspired Cousy low-tops, the chevron-embellished Number 5, the Center-Hi Sandlot, and other archival reissues, which come in materials and colors ranging from soft green suede to bead-embossed leather and black canvas. In case you’re wondering, “PF” stands for Posture Foundation — an insole technology patented by the company in 1933 and still applied to every pair.

Past Sales Featuring PF Flyers & more

Sale Ended March 03, 2013

American Apparel

American Apparel lives up to its name: It’s made in the U.S.A. (in downtown L.A., as the company proudly notes), and it’s definitely all-American in style: think saturated, solid colors and sporty fits. This exclusive first-look sale has plenty of just what you expect from the line, including slim trousers, lightweight outerwear, polos, tees, and retro-inspired swim trunks.

Sale Ended January 24, 2014

Hey Dude Footwear

Designed to be the lightest kicks on the market, the shoes by Hey Dude combine the best of both worlds: Italian style and California-inspired comfort. These selections include contrast-soled and two-toned wingtips, suede boat shoes, slip-ons styled similar to the famed Wallabees, and much more.

Sale Ended August 21, 2015

Short Order

Need-them-now shorts by Gant Rugger, Publish Brand, Brooks Brothers, and many more

Sale Ended September 20, 2010

Sneakers! - 9/16/2010

Rubber-soled style appears here in both formal and casual, classic and contemporary shapes. From the classic PF Flyers and PRO-Keds to the decidedly modern sneakers of Cushe, Clae and Gourmet, this massive sale has all you need when benchmade wingtips are too formal but a pair of beat up sneakers is too <i>declassé</i>