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11 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From the North Face to Staub

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With deals on an oversize thermos, puffy blankets and slippers, and a cute cast iron for one, there are lots of things to help you snuggle up and get cozy as the weather cools down. Plus, one of the biggest sales we’ve seen from Lisa Says Gah.

Whether you’re going on a nice hike or a long road trip this fall, you can rest assured your drink will stay either piping hot or ice cold in this 44-ounce Stanley thermos. (It claims to be unbreakable, but we don’t recommend you test that part out.)

Backcountry has launched a winter sale with discounts up to 60 percent off lots of things that’ll make this cold weather more bearable — including this lightweight patterned quilt that’ll still keep you plenty warm.

If you want some puffers for your feet, try these ThermoBall slippers from the North Face. They look cool, have a proper tread so you can wear them to grab the mail, and are Chris Black–approved.

Here’s an eight-cup food processor for just $30, in case you’re already looking for a sous-chef for Thanksgiving.

Everything in Lisa Says Gah’s sale section is at least 50 percent off, like this striped turtleneck that’s a nice layering piece if you’re over basic black.

This six-inch Staub frying pan is just the right size for toasting spices, reheating leftovers, and frying a single egg. Plus, it’ll last forever if you care for it.

We’re long-time fans of Ole Henriksen’s Banana Bright eye cream — and this primer comes from the same vitamin-C-packed line. It’s designed to give you a natural-looking glow, even if you’ve been sitting inside for the last four days.

Yes, this is still a lot of money to spend on hair products, but according to Rio Viera-Newton, this Briogeo deep-conditioning hair mask can “moisturize my sad hair without creating any heaviness.” And with a supply this big, you won’t have to re-up for many months to come.

I’m a fan of Pact’s supersoft organic cotton, and right now, they’re having a sale on comfy-looking basics — including these sleep pants that look nice enough to wear out.

Some fruity — and very sheer — socks for less than $10.

[Editor’s note: These socks have sold out,

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11 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From the North Face to Staub