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Nike Cyber Monday deals 2020

Best Cyber Monday Nike deals
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Nike Cyber Monday deals are at full sprint, offering massive savings on the latest Nike footwear and clothing. Even as Cyber Monday winds down, the Nike Store's massive clearance sale keeps on going, with offers on literally thousands of items. You can score up to 50% off on sneakers, sportswear, and accessories (opens in new tab), with a further 25% discount off the listed sale price if you use the promo code “CYBER25”. Deep savings like these aren't going to last, so act fast if you see a deal you like.

The best Nike Cyber Monday deals aren’t just at Nike itself though - you can find great deals on a range of Nike products at Amazon, Walmart, Kohl’s, and many more retailers as this year's Cyber Monday deals reach their conclusion. Highlights include the Sportswear Essential Fleece Hoodie for Women which is 25% off at Macy’s (opens in new tab).

Whether you need new kicks or a full running outfit, we’ve got the best Nike Cyber Monday deals locked down here at Tom’s Guide, so keep checking in for the latest updates.

Nike Cyber Monday deals — best sales

Nike sale: up to 50% off @ Nike (opens in new tab)
The Nike Store is offering one of the most aggressive Cyber Monday clearance sales we've seen — up to 50% off clearance items, plus 25% more off at checkout with the code "CYBER25." The sale includes sneakers, tech fleece, apparel, and backpacks. For instance, you can get the Nike Therma Men's Training Hoodie (pictured) for $41.97 (opens in new tab) (was $50). 

Nike Air Monarch IV Shoes: was $70 now $52 @ Nike (opens in new tab)
The Nike Air Monarch sneakers were built for working out. Their mesh tongue and lining offer breathability, while the pivot-point on the outsole gives you traction on any surface. Get them now for just $52.97 at Nike with promo code "CYBER25." 

Nike Air Max 2090: was $150 now $104.97 @ Nike (opens in new tab)
The Nike Air Max 2090 shoes update the classic look of the Air Max 90 with a modern mesh exterior. Available in more than a dozen color schemes; the black shoes pictured are $104.97 after discount.

Nike Element Running Top: was $65 now $54 @ Nike (opens in new tab)
The Nike Element 3.0 is a top designed for outdoor running. It's made of sweat-wicking material to keep you dry and it features thumbholes to keep your hands warm during cold, winter runs.

Nike Beanie & Gloves: was $20 now $10 @ Kohl's (opens in new tab)
Get ready for winter with this Nike Beanie & Gloves 2-Piece Set. It's available in various color combinations and it's $10 off. 

Nike Gym T-Shirt: was $30 now $20 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
Whether you use it to lounge around the house or for your workout routine, Walmart has the Nike Athletic Wear Gym T-Shirt on sale for just $20. It's available in blue or orange and features the Nike swoosh logo. 

Nike Heritage Backpack: was $35 now $31 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Nike Heritage Backpack features padded shoulder straps and loads of storage space. It has an internal sleeve that can store up to a 15-inch laptop. Meanwhile, a zippered front pouch provides storage for small items.

Nike Fleece Sweatshirt: was $55 now $41 @ Kohl's (opens in new tab)
The Women's Nike Fleece Sweatshirt features a soft fleece construction and a relaxed, elongated hem. It's made of cotton, rayon, and polyester and sports a ribbed trim for a cozy fit. 

Nike Sportswear Tech Fleece: was $110 now $74 @Nike (opens in new tab)
These joggers are made with lightweight tech fleece fabric designed to keep you both warm and comfortable. They feature a stretchy, elastic waistband and cuffed ankle. They're now up to $36 off. 

Nike Women's Sportswear Essential Fleece Hoodie: was $60 now $45 @ Macy's (opens in new tab)
Take 25% off Nike's Sportswear Essential Fleece Hoodie, which come in six different colors at Macy's. It's winter, after all, and a  fleece jacket is just the ticket for staying warm while you're out jogging or taking a morning walk

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.