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17 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Dansko to Hydro Flask

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This has been a long, long week, and though we don’t have a cure for existential dread (or nice khakis like some TV pundits out there), we do have a way to distract yourself from the all-consuming election anxiety that might be plaguing you: sales, lots of sales. And this week, we’ve got a mix of things to keep you warm outside — like a Hydro Flask for your coffee and a cute, corduroy puffer — and others to help you cozy up at home. As always, if you want even more sales, sign up for our email newsletter.

Pandemic
$17

If it’s not too on the nose, check out this “cooperative board game” in which you and your team can fight a deadly disease and save the world. Maybe it’s wish fulfillment, but all we know is it’s definitely on sale.

If you’re planning on spending the next couple of months stress-baking, here are some surprisingly chic mixing bowls from KitchenAid.

Anthropologie Yara Basket
$50
$50

There’s no excuse not to grab this jaunty basket from Anthropologie to hold your laundry, your throw blankets, or whatever clutter you want to hide.

Anthropologie Tufted Perrin Rug
From $120
From $120

And why not add this funky, striped rug to the mix as well?

Dansko Maria Boots
$130

Regular readers of the Strategist probably know Dansko for their clogs, but their ankle boots are just as comfortable and sturdy (and, dare we say, a little less fugly).

The filling of this lightweight, quilted jacket is made of recycled water bottles, but it’s just as warm and light as down.

You can see a slightly clearer picture of these gray joggers in the main image at the top of this article, complete with elastic waistband. But we’re mostly impressed that they’re lightweight, moisture-wicking, and stretchy.

$28

Here’s a statusy Hydro Flask that’s been recommended by tween girls — though it’ll keep anyone’s drink chilly or hot.

Lululemon Wanderer Culotte
From $39
From $39

If you’re looking for comfortable pants that are still chic enough to wear to the grocery store or to pick up takeout, look no further than these Lululemon culottes.

$196

No one would ever suspect that you got this Windsor-esque dining chair at Urban Outfitters.

$183

This is a very good deal on a lightweight down-alternative comforter from one of our favorite bedding brands Brooklinen — but be warned that it’s final sale.

It is a known fact among Strategist writers and editors that the Met Museum Store sells some