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10 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Lululemon to Clarks

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If you’re a regular Strategist reader, you might know that our daily sales posts usually feature one particular brand or item, but we’re trying something new: presenting an array of discounts from different stores and brands. There’s a bunch of warm and street ski-inspired stuff from Sorel, Patagonia, and Fjällräven, an under-$100 pair of Clarks desert boots, and some sale-on-sale high-waisted pants that do double-double as a jumpsuit.

Sorel Caribou Boots
$91
$91

Everything on sale at Madewell is an extra 30 percent off with the code REALDEAL, including these chunky, sherpa-lined boots from Sorel (that happen to be Strategist writer Liza Corsillo’s winter boot brand of choice).

$91 at Madewell
Buy
with code: REALDEAL

For those who want to try out a less-boxy version of utilitarian coveralls, these have a slightly defined waist.

$88 at Madewell
Buy
with code: REALDEAL

Winter doldrums call for some cozying up with a cup of tea and this fleece sweatshirt.

This Patagonia puff parka is on sale at Backcountry in this red called “molten lava,” so you won’t get lost in a sea of black winter coats. Plus, it’s one of over 16,000 items that are currently on sale during Backcountry’s biggest sale of the season.

Lululemon Tundra Trek Vest
$49
$49

A subtle fleece vest for this fuzzy moment that’s over 60 percent off at Lululemon.

Clarks Desert Boot
$98

These “eternally cool” Clarks Desert boots are a good deal at a two-digit price tag ($98) instead of their usual three ($140).

At $170, this rarely on-sale wool throw from Minnesota-based company Faribault is still relatively expensive, but according to interior designers, it is “crafted to last for generations” (and is still less expensive than the very similar-looking striped Pendleton blanket).

$30

There are still many cold days ahead, and this bright yellow beanie will keep you toasty in street-ski style.

Over at Need Supply, all sale items are an extra 30 percent off, meaning there are some very good deals on clothing, accessories, and even home goods, like this retro-looking alarm clock from sleep-doctor-recommended brand Braun.

$81

And these Yves Klein–blue high-waisted pants that double as a strapless jumpsuit.

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10 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy