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Vault by Vans OG Old Skool LX Sneakers
Save $32: Vault by Vans gives the brand’s iconic shoes a premium upgrade. For example, this low-top Old Skool features a tasteful green-on-green nubuck upper along with the iconic rubber waffle outsole. And right now, you can save $32 on this versatile style at Need Supply Co. — that’s essentially the same price as the non-luxe version. — John Zientek
A.P.C. Leonard Chelsea Boot
Save $170: Understated leather Chelsea boots look good with just about anything in your closet. You can pair them with jeans, chinos or slacks; you can wear them on a lazy weekend or at the office. French brand A.P.C. makes a great option called the Leonard Chelsea boot that features YKK zippers instead of the normal elastic side-panels. With a suede upper and quality Portuguese construction, these are a perfect fit for any wardrobe — not to mention, they’re $170 off. — John Zientek
Save between 46% and 56%: Today, Nordstrom Rack is offering savings between 46 percent and 56 percent on quality Frye footwear. The substantial sale covers a wide range of styles including oxfords, chukkas, lace-up boots and more. This is the perfect opportunity to upgrade your current footwear rotation with a new leather option for spring — just don’t wait because the sale ends soon. — John Zientek
Now in Patagonia’s Sale Section, the Last Jacket I’ll Ever Have to Buy
Save up to 50%: I’ve taken mine backpacking through Chilean Patagonia and continue to wear it daily in New York City. — Tanner Bowden
Lord and Taylor Sale
Save 40%: We all have that one shirt we always wear to the gym — it fits just right, is comfortable, and probably has been washed about 5,000 times. It might be time for an upgrade. Today, Lord and Taylor is offering 40% off all apparel including deals on activewear. Here are a few picks to get you started before your next workout. — Meg Lappe
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