Sneakerheads, Get Up to 70% Off on Nike, Adidas, New Balance + More

You have until the end of the week!

(SPOT.ph) The holiday season always brings about the urge to treat oneself. Whether it's your 13th month pay sitting fresh and untouched in your bank account or the desire to give yourself a gift for surviving another crazy year (2020, no less), we bet something deep in your soul has been pushing you to reward yourself with something special. Well, if you're a sneakerhead, take this as a sign to do just that: The Sports Warehouse is having a Pop-Up Deals sale happening until December 6 at SM City Cebu where you can score huge discounts on brand-new kicks!

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Get up to 70% off on fresh new sneakers and apparel from Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Arena, and Pro Touch when you shop at this exciting sale. Whether you're looking for pairs to help you hop back on your fitness goals or you need to replace your worn-out, go-to kicks, you're sure to find something that suits your needs and preferences. Be sure to take a good look around the entire space so you don't miss out on the best deals and cutest styles. We won't judge if you cop two or more pairs just for yourself—you deserve it!

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Just to get you pumped, here's a peek at some of their previous sales:

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The Sports Warehouse Pop-Up Deals sale is happening at 3/F, Cebu Trade Hall, SM City Cebu.

For more information, log on to The Sports Warehouse Cebu's Facebook page.

Looking for more budget-friendly kicks? Check out our list of stylish white sneakers you can shop for less than P3,000:

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SuperLight White Sneakers (P2,500) from Straightforward

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If you think you can’t have variety when shopping for white sneakers, local brand Straightforward is here to prove you wrong. Their sleek pairs come in a predominantly white shade with an itty-bitty color accent on the heel that’s sure to make your kicks stand out from the rest. You can choose between maroon, navy, gray, and more—or collect them all, we won’t judge!

Available online.

Walk Support Water Repellent Sneakers (P1,650) from MUJI

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Who says you can’t wear white sneakers when it’s raining out? MUJI’s got a pair of water-repellent kicks perfect for the stormy season. If you love the Japanese lifestyle store’s minimalist-chic aesthetic, you’ll love this pair. Best part? They won’t even cost you two blue bills.

See a list of MUJI branches.

What's the use of a great pair of sneakers without having a place to walk in them? Here are some green spaces in Metro Manila where you can take a nice long stroll:

Arroceros Forest Park (Ermita, Manila)

The "last lung of Manila" has had a precarious position in the past few years, so it needs all the attention it can get. The 2.2-hectare park is a green oasis in the midst of a busy city. It is home to centuries-old trees, as well as 10 bird species, 8,000 plants, and 60 indigenous tree varieties—all thriving smack dab in the middle of Manila.

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Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (Parañaque)

Barely a few kilometers away from the busy streets of Pasay City is the nature sanctuary of the Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA). The reserve consists of two islands—Freedom Island and Long Island—that make up 175 hectares of protected wetlands. Since 41 species of migratory birds from places like China, Japan, and Siberia make the islands their temporary home, the area was proclaimed a critical habitat in 2007, the first of its kind in the Philippines.

If you’re interested in taking a breather and going on a birdwatching adventure, contact the Conservation and Development Division of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources at 435-2509.

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