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12 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Superga to Burt’s Bees

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The Black Friday sales are starting to flood in, and amid the influx, we’ve found lots of excellent deals on warm and cozy stuff for fall and winter — including a bunch of fleeces and jackets. But if you don’t like what you see here, be sure to check out our guide to the best Black Friday sales so far.

This fluffy, adjustable hooded fleece jacket will keep you plenty warm (and is nice-looking enough to wear on Zoom calls), but we’d recommend getting a larger-than-usual size so you can throw it over a sweater or even a puffer.

For something a with a bit more of a classic silhouette, without forgoing the fuzz, here’s a reversible faux fur coat.

Here’s a small-yet-roomy leopard print zip-top transport tote — one of our favorite bags for women — that’s made in collaboration with Kule, one of our favorite brands for stripes.

These khakis are available in sizes 29 to 40 and look nice enough that no one will guess they’re Dockers. (Besides: We hear that khakis are having a moment.)

Here’s a two-pack of tinted lip balm from Burt’s Bees, made with shea butter, to keep chapped winter lips at bay.

If the cold weather and impending lockdowns have driven your workouts indoors, try this shock-absorbing, bluetooth LED touch screen treadmill that’s easily folded into a corner when it’s not in use.

This isn’t the biggest discount we’ve seen on Nike joggers for her, but it’s rare to find them on-sale and still in-stock with free shipping, so don’t dillydally.

Here’s a machine-washable puffer from Columbia that’ll keep you warm all winter long, available in sizes XS to 2XL.

There are few shoes that are more reliably comfortable than Clarks, and unlike many very comfortable shoes, these chunky Chelsea boots also look very cool and on-trend. (If the black’s too harsh, they’re also available in tan and a suede-y nubuck).

Here’s a pretty good dupe for a Patagonia’s Synchilla fleece from Champion, with the added bonus of some deep-looking pockets.