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The Best Deals of the Week

In cased you missed them the first time around, these deals are still going strong.


Welcome to Deals of the Week, where Gear Patrol captures all the best deals that are still going strong. You can also follow all our deal posts in the Deals section. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at deals@gearpatrol.com.


Citizen Promaster Diver
Save 50%: Featuring a solar-powered movement, an ISO-compliant 200-meter depth rating, a refined profile and sub-$300 price tag, the Citizen Promaster offers up a lot of watch for not a lot of money. It’s no wonder it is one of our favorite entry-level dive watches. Right now, though, Amazon has given the watch its biggest markdown yet: 50 percent from its $295 MSRP. — Andrew Connor

Buy Now: $147

Todd Snyder

Tricker’s Limited Edition Suede Cap Toe Boots
Save 40%: Investing in a pair of suede boots is a surefire way to add a bit of texture to your footwear rotation. This limited-edition pair of cap toe boots from Tricker’s is a great option. Made in England, they feature a snuff-brown suede upper, brass eyelets and a Vibram Morflex sole. Like a refined work boot, they’ll pair well with most casual outfits, and now at Todd Snyder they’re 40% off. — John Zientek

Buy Now: $670 $399


The Citizenry Oaxacan Natural Glass Tumblers
Save 20%: Handcrafted cocktails deserve an equally exceptional high-quality glass. These tumblers (sold in a set of four) are unique, thanks to the 19 glassblowers who handmade these sets of four at the Xaquixe Glass Studio in Mexico, which makes them an ideal addition to your barware. And, the better your bar tools, the easier it is to throw together a cocktail for any occasion — whether that’s after a long Monday or to celebrate a Super Bowl win all week long. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $100 $81


Backcountry Cold Weather Favorites Sale
Save an Extra 20%: Backcountry’s Cold Weather Favorites event offers 20 percent savings on a variety of items fit for the months ahead. Here are our five favorites. — Tanner Bowden

Learn More: Here


Amazon Echo Spot
Save $14: The Echo Spot is a hybrid between Amazon’s Echo Dot and Echo Show smart speakers, combining an Alexa-enabled speaker with a touchscreen, and it actually makes for a pretty handy alarm clock. It was announced this past September with the expectation that it would be delivered before Christmas — but, as many people found out, delays pushed that delivery date back to early January. (You probably didn’t get one for Christmas if you wanted one.) Amazon seems to be making up for that earlier snafu by discounting the Echo Spot for the first time. You can save $15 on one if you order today. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $130 $115


iPad Air
Save $149:
Apple officially discontinued the entire iPad Air line last year, replacing it with the $329 iPad. This new iPad was $70 cheaper than the iPad Air 2 and came with a newer better processor, but it was also heavier and thicker. For those still interested in thinner and lighter, Apple currently sells refurbished iPad Air 2 models for $319 and up. However, if the price is a sticking point, you can also get an older refurbished iPad Air (5th-generation, released in 2013) for $180 on Amazon. It has a Retina display and is almost the same size as the newer iPad Air 2. The main downsides are that you’re getting a slower processor and no Touch ID. (You can break down a few other differences between two models, here.) It’s a good deal and, considering that Amazon has a 30-day return policy, it’s also a pretty safe bet. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $177


Wolverine Rockford 1000 Mile Boots
Save 30%: A hardwearing pair of brown leather boots will never go out of style. Wolverine makes fine examples here in America, notably the Rockford 1000 Mile boot. It is cut from durable Horween Chromexcel leather and features an archival cap-toe design, Goodyear welt construction, a leather outsole and a stacked leather heel. Now at East Dane, they’re 30% off — not bad for a boot that will stand up to years of daily wear. — John Zientek

Buy Now: $400 $280


Sony WH1000XM2 Noise-Canceling Headphones
Save $52: When they launched in September, the Sony WH-1000XM2 headphones replaced the popular MDR-1000X in Sony’s wireless noise-canceling lineup. They look almost identical but the WH-1000XM2s boast a slightly grippier texture and come with a few extra features, including Sony’s Quick Attention — it allows users to lower the volume of music by putting their hand over the right earcup. Though the WH-1000XM2 headphones normally retail for $350, they’re currently 15% off on Amazon for a $52 discount. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $350 $298


Edwin High Road Jacket
Save 50%: Edwin was one of the first major producers of Japanese denim and a major industry innovator. It produced the heaviest ring-spun selvedge denim jeans, developed an “old wash” in the ’70s to replicated worn jeans and invented stone washing in the ’80s. The brand’s High Road jacket is a continuation of these efforts and is cut from 11.8-ounce denim with a lightly distressed finish. The Type III style features a button-front closure, two front button pockets and two welt hand pockets. It’s a classic style that will look good in anyone’s closet — and now it’s 34% off. — John Zientek

Buy Now: $159 $79


GORUCK Gym Bag and Kit Bag
Save 10%: GORUCK is predominantly known for making rugged, mil-spec backpacks, but it requires that its duffels meet all of the same hard-wearing standards. That’s why GORUCK designed both its Gym Bag and Kit Bag, which was inspired by the ones used by Special Forces pilots, with 1000D Cordura fabric and YKK zippers, and strength tests every one to 400 pounds of weight. Both bags also come with organizational pockets that make them suitable for the everyday user, too. All GORUCK products come with a lifetime guarantee and free repairs, so buying one of these bags — on sale now for 10 percent off — is a lifelong investment. — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $140+ $125+


Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless Headphones
Save $50: Grab a great deal on the relatively new SoundSport Free, Bose’s initial foray into the wireless earbud game. (Read our full review here.) The SoundSports easily outperform Apple’s AirPods in sound quality and in-ear fit, while boasting sweat-resistance, a “Find My Buds” feature on the Bose Connect app and a portable charging port. — Will Price

Buy Now: $249 $199


Backcountry’s Semiannual Sale
Save up to 50%: Stock up on jackets, layers and more accessories than your gear closet can handle. — Tanner Bowden

Learn More: Here


Timbuk2 Backpacks and Messenger Bags
Save up to 50%: Timbuk2 designs every one of its messenger bags and backpacks with facilitated movement in mind. Practical pockets and sturdy buckles are present throughout its collection, and tear- and weather-proof materials ensure that whatever moves with you from A to B stays safe, and dry. Timbuk2 is currently running a sale of up to 50% off tons of popular styles capable of supporting your daily commute, no matter what season it is. — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: Here


TCL P-Series 4K Smart TV
Save up to $270: TCL may have once been considered a cheap TV manufacturer, but it’s almost completely curbed that notion in recent years — now, frankly, it’s known for its high-quality and affordable TVs. Last year, its P-Series was some of the best bang-for-your-buck 4K smart televisions you could buy. They also supported HDR and Dolby Vision formats, which is a rarity for TVs in this price range. The 55-inch model normally goes for around $800, but you can save a couple hundred dollars and pick up a refurbished model for $530 on eBay. If you’re looking for a brand new TV, Best Buy is also selling this model on sale for $600. — Tucker Bowe

eBay: $530 (refurb)Best Buy: $600 (new)


Velva Sheen Pocket Tee
Save 50%: Established in 1932, Velva Sheen originally produced tees, sweatshirts and other basics for schools, camps and the military. The company is now under Japanese ownership and the manufacturing has moved from Cincinnati to Los Angeles, but the high level of quality remains. The company’s pocket tee is cut from sturdy jersey fabric made from domestically-grown cotton and features a ribbed crew neck. The navy colorway is now 50% off at East Dane and is available in a range of sizes — this is a good opportunity to upgrade your basics. — John Zientek

Buy Now: $52 $26


Herschel Supply Co. Bags
Save 40%: Herschel Supply Co. knows how to make a bright, yet understated backpack that works as a commuter bag as well as a style piece. The color-blocked designs can be spotted all over the city, but the bags can also shine as an overnighter or a day hiker. The packs are all available for up to 40% off in a variety of sizes and shapes. It’s not just backpacks that they know how to make — the mid totes function just as well carrying your laptop as they do carrying all your gym clothes. Here are just a sampling of all the bags on sale. — Meg Lappe

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Mophie Powerstation (6,000 mAh)
Save $25: This Mophie Powerstation is a dependable portable power bank, even if it isn’t able to fast-charge your iPhone. It has a 6,000mAh battery capacity and comes with two USB ports, meaning it can keep two smartphones charged all day. Normally, Mophie sells it for $50, but you can find it for half that on Amazon today. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $50 $25+


Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
Save 30%: Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay H9 noise-canceling headphones were among the best that I tested last year. They are comfortable enough to wear all day, and the over-ear design, paired with active noise canceling, blocks out a good slug of the ambient noise on long-haul flights. I used them with my Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS USB Dac and without, and actually preferred them without — a rare occurrence and a testament to the H9’s quality. Right now on Amazon, you can score the H9s for 33% off in black — the lowest price they’ve ever been. — AJ Powell

Buy Now: $499 $347


Nike Aire Force 1 ’07 Premium in Vachetta Tan
Save 35%: Japanese luxury brand Hender Scheme made a name for itself with its Homage sneaker collection, a range of iconic footwear silhouettes crafted in natural leather. The sneakers are nose-bleed expensive, and the Air Force 1-inspired shoe costs $1,035. If you like the vibe of Hender Schemes but can’t stomach the price, you can grab a pair of Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Premium sneakers in Vachetta Tan. They have a similar natural colorway, but only cost $84 — that’s almost a no-brainer. — John Zientek

Buy Now: $130 $84


Hestra Gloves
Save 40%: Hestra is where we turn for all our glove needs: everything from driving gloves to a pair of mittens for the backcountry. Originally created for lumberjacks, these gloves will keep your hands warm throughout the rest of this cold winter. Today, you can pick up six different styles of gloves for under $100. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $85+


Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017
Save $15: The OG minimalist running sneaker, Nike Free RN Flyknit, is on sale today in 11 different colors. The simple design of these kicks skyrocketed them to a permanent space in sneakerheads’ closets. The addition of Flyknit made these shoes the coolest ones to wear working out and walking around — most likely the start of the athleisure movement. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $120> $105


New Balance Vazee Pace v2
Save $50: The Vazee Pace from New Balance is the perfect mix of speed and comfort. They’re durable enough to last through more than one cycle of half marathon training and race days. You can expect a high level of performance from this shoe, and since it’s 45% off, the $60 price tag is a steal. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $110> $60

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