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Deals of Note: February 9, 2018


February 9, 2018 Deals : Deals of Note By Photo by Hestra

Welcome to Deals of Note, where Gear Patrol captures all the best deals of the day. You can also follow all our deal posts in the Deals section. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at deals@gearpatrol.com.


Nike Aire Force 1 ’07 Premium in Vachetta Tan
Save 35%: Japanese luxury brand Hender Scheme made a name for itself with its Homage sneaker collection, a range of iconic footwear silhouettes crafted in natural leather. The sneakers are nose-bleed expensive, and the Air Force 1-inspired shoe costs $1,035. If you like the vibe of Hender Schemes but can’t stomach the price, you can grab a pair of Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Premium sneakers in Vachetta Tan. They have a similar natural colorway, but only cost $84 — that’s almost a no-brainer. — John Zientek


Hestra Gloves
Save 40%: Hestra is where we turn for all our glove needs: everything from driving gloves to a pair of mittens for the backcountry. Originally created for lumberjacks, these gloves will keep your hands warm throughout the rest of this cold winter. Today, you can pick up six different styles of gloves for under $100. — Meg Lappe


Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017
Save $15: The OG minimalist running sneaker, Nike Free RN Flyknit, is on sale today in 11 different colors. The simple design of these kicks skyrocketed them to a permanent space in sneakerheads’ closets. The addition of Flyknit made these shoes the coolest ones to wear working out and walking around — most likely the start of the athleisure movement. — Meg Lappe


New Balance Vazee Pace v2
Save $50: The Vazee Pace from New Balance is the perfect mix of speed and comfort. They’re durable enough to last through more than one cycle of half marathon training and race days. You can expect a high level of performance from this shoe, and since it’s 45% off, the $60 price tag is a steal. — Meg Lappe

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