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About Sneaky Steve

Hailing from Göteburg, Sweden, Sneaky Steve proves that super-cool and comfortable men's shoes and sneakers can also be affordable. Launched in 2007, Sneaky Steve makes its kicks from the highest-quality leathers and rubbers on the market. From edgy high-top sneakers and running shoes to styles like the Crasher, a washed leather lace-up boot reminiscent of early 20th century footwear, the cult label’s hip footwear designs and exacting Scandinavian craftsmanship have won over sneakerheads and style hounds alike. Match your shoes with one of Sneaky Steve’s chic bags, which feature perforated leather, contrast handles, and more than a little attitude.

Past Sales Featuring Sneaky Steve

Sale Ended March 07, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. From footwear to shirting to accessories, we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended August 19, 2010

Mishka, American Apparel & Sneaky Steve

American Apparel's soft cotton garments, famously made in L.A., have come to stand for playful, leisurely style. But laid-back fun is universal: Alongside a range of American Apparel jersey polos and tees, Mishka's denim jackets and plaid duffle bags (hailing from New York) and Sweden's Sneaky Steve sneakers — in bright green, bright blue and bright red — are all style-conscious streetwise apparel, too

Sale Ended June 13, 2012

Sneaker Shop

We’re all for a good pair of wingtips or cap toes, but no guy’s footwear arsenal is complete without a solid selection of good sneakers. And any of the picks in this sale — from classic kicks to teched-out trainers — would be a welcome addition to your collection. In fact, why not grab one of each style?

Sale Ended December 07, 2011

Leather Jackets & Boots

Leather jackets and boots have been part of the stereotypical “cool guy” uniform for more than half a century for good reason: They’re cool. Of course, they’re also wildly useful parts of your cold weather wardrobe, and they’re built to last you for years to come. Whichever reason you choose, it's clear they’re something you should have in your arsenal. Stock up here.

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