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Today in Gear: August 3, 2018
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New & Noteworthy Releases
The latest bottle of Lynchburg's finest is readily available in one very frustrating place.
This fall Patagonia is expanding its workwear collection with new denim products that are more rugged than your Wranglers.
It comes with all the necessary charging cables, too, which is very rare.
Need a casual blazer that you can wear to the office or out to dinner that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? Look no further.
Eddie Bauer EverTherm Down Jacket
Save $120: Last year, Eddie Bauer released its EverTherm Down Jacket and changed our perception of what down can look like. Rather than a horde of tiny feathers stuffed into horizontal baffles, EverTherm’s insulation is arranged in fabric-like sheets called Thindown. The construction prevents the need for that quilted look but also eliminates cold spots created by stitching, producing more warmth for less weight.
The EverTherm’s innovation was undeniable on paper, and when we put the jacket to the test last fall and winter, we found that it wasn’t all marketing jargon. The coat is impressive, and it’s certainly worthy of use in the mountains and around town too (the lack of baffles makes it look less technical than most down jackets, which could be a boon to city-dwellers). For these reasons, we named it one of the best of the year included it in our guide to the Best Down Jackets.
The EverTherm is only in its second season, but with Eddie Bauer’s current weekend sale you can snag it for 40 percent — that’s $120 — less than full price. If you need a down jacket for the inevitable cold of late fall and winter, the EverTherm is a great option to consider. And if you like the baffled look, check out Eddie Bauer’s MicroTherm jacket ($149 with the discount).
To activate the discount, enter the code STINE at checkout. — Tanner Bowden
Bose QC35 (Series I) Wireless ANC Headphones
Save $50: The Bose QC35 IIs are the company’s flagship wireless ANC headphones. They’re comfortable. They sound superb. And they offer arguably the best noise-canceling of any ANC headphones on the market. They’re also almost virtually identical to the company’s previous wireless ANC headphones, the Bose QC35 (Series I). The only real difference is the older QC35 headphones lack the QC 35’s “action” button, which is located on its left ear cup and used to initiate Google Assistant. If you can survive without this, and I’m guessing most people can, you can save $50 on the Bose QC35 (Series I). It’s discounted on both Amazon’s and Best Buy’s websites, but only in the silver model. — Tucker Bowe |
Save Up to 70%>YLighting is a website you’d typically go to for drool-worthy lighting fixtures, lamps and pendants. The webstore stocks lighting from legendary lightmakers like Anglepoise, George Nelson, FLOS and Tom Dixon, and as such places its wares at mostly unattainable price points. Its warehouse sale, going on right now, may be the cheapest you’ll ever see these brands.
The sale sees 1,200 high-end lights marked down up to 60 percent, all with additional 10 percent off thanks to code 10MORE (and free shipping). The catch? The products are all open box returns and the sales are final. The items are new quality but were sent back to the company. The sale is going on through the weekend and stocks are very limited. — Will Price
Brooks Brothers Sale
Save an Additional 25%: The dog days of summer are one of the best times to shop clothing sales as many brands use the time to offload extra inventory. If you’re looking to upgrade your professional wardrobe for less, Brooks Brothers has a sale worth shopping. Currently, you can save an additional 25 percent on sale items including suits, trousers, belts, shoes and more. The reputable brand has been offering tasteful clothing for two centuries, so you can trust that you’ll get a quality, timeless product. — John Zientek
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