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The Best Deals of the Day: October 31, 2018
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Levi’s Friends and Family Sale
Save 30% If you’re in the market for a great pair of jeans or a denim jacket, don’t miss Levi’s friends and family sale. Right now you can save 30 percent and get free shipping on many of the brand’s fall staples — as long as you order from Levi.com. Don’t forget to enter the code FAM30 at checkout if you want to take advantage of this great deal.— Justin Fenner
Tom Ford: Shade Master
Save up to 70% on these sunglasses Tom Ford’s sunglasses are something of a cult favorite. Right now at Nordstrom Rack, you can save up to 70 percent on a few different Italian-made styles.— John Zientek
Duer Performance Denim Jeans
Save $31: Duer’s performance denim is stretchy, durable and insanely comfortable. Today only, you can get a pair of pants for $31 off. — Tanner Bowden
Wolf Blake Valet Tray with Cuff
Save $25: Dumping your wallet, keys, watch and cell phone on the dresser at the end of the day is one option, but if you prefer a classier setup, you really need a valet tray. The Blake Valet Tray with Cuff from Wolf, makers of watch winders, cases and jewelry boxes, is made from leather with an Ultrasuede interior and is only $60 right now on Massdrop. It features five compartments, a watch cuff to display several watches, two watch guards, and a removable tray with an outlet for a USB cord, and comes in brown or black pebble.
If you don’t need quite as much watch storage, for $50 you can opt for the Blake Valet Tray without the cuff, which features four storage compartments and comes in grey as well as brown or black pebble. — Oren Hartov
Hunter Rain Boots
Save 20%:With unpredictable fall weather in the forecast, you’d be well-advised to pick up a pair of waterproof boots if you haven’t done so already. While there are many options on the market, few have the cachet of UK-based Hunter, which has been making functional rubber boots for over 150 years. Founded in 1856 as the North British Rubber Company, Hunter was the go-to for foul-weather footwear for British soldiers during the World Wars and became a civilian staple in the post-war decades. Now at East Dane, you can pick from a range of waterproof boots from the brand for 20 percent off. The styles feature gusseted welting, quick-dry lining, padded insoles and grippy outsoles. The best part? The classic waterproof styles look good with a range of clothing and are appropriate for daily wear both in and out of the city.
— John Zientek