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Ray-Ban Wayfarer Polarized Sunglasses
Save 57%: In the world of sunglasses, it doesn’t get much more iconic than a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. First introduced in 1956, the design hasn’t changed that much in over half a century. If you’ve been wanting the style, but the list price is more than you want to spend, Nordstrom Rack has you covered. You can get a pair of $188 Wayfarers in a Light Havana colorway for just $80. What’s more, these Italian-made shades also come with polarized lenses to protect your eyes all summer long — hard to beat that. — John Zientek
Nemo Equipment Stargaze Recliner
Save 25%: Camp chairs often mean compromise. How do you get seating to fit into a backpack? Usually, it involves trading in comfort for lightweight portability, or vice versa. Even the bigger chairs that are common at tailgates and cookouts often don’t supply the long-term support that they promise. Enter Nemo Equipment’s Stargaze Recliner, a new, free-swinging camp chair that balances comfort and packability.
The Stargaze, unlike the outdoor chairs the keep sitters close to the ground, has its seat suspended between a set of lightweight aluminum poles. The construction creates an experiential cross between a hammock and a rocking chair and maintains essential features including an integrated pocket (for a book, phone or keys) and a cup holder (what’s a camp chair without one?).
The Stargaze weighs just under six pounds, so it’s not the ideal choice for backpacking but is more than suitable for car camping and boating. Nobody would blame you for giving the chair a semi-permanent spot in your backyard either. You can pick one up right now for 25 percent off at Backcountry’s massive gear sale. If you’re planning on hosting a Fourth of July gathering and need additional seating, the Stargaze Recliner is a good option that you can stash away after the party’s over. — Tanner Bowden
Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer Jacket
Save 35%: While you might not think of summer as the perfect time to wear an insulated jacket, we beg to differ. Mountain Hardwear’s Ghost Whisperer Hooded Jacket is lightweight and easily adjustable thanks to a toggle hem, and will keep you warm, even in the rain. Use code SUMMERSAVE at checkout to get an additional 20 percent off — and snatch this jacket up for year-round use for just under $200. — Meg Lappe
Summer Swimwear From Need Supply
Save Up To 70%: July 4th is less than a week away, and the hottest months of the year are about to steamroll all of us. If you plan to avoid public pools and crowded beaches, we can’t exactly blame you — but you’d be better off embracing the season you’re in. Pick up a great new pair of trunks, for example, and get after that sun-kissed complexion (plus, like, maybe a few daiquiris).
Need Supply’s summer sale is chock full of kick-ass deals, and one thing you can find far cheaper than usual is some stylish swimwear. Save up to 70 percent on shorts from Saturdays NYC, Dries Van Noten and more. — Andy Frakes
Saturdays Summer Sale
Save 40%: Is your wardrobe feeling a little stale? If so, take this mid-point of the year to invest in some new well-made basics; adding to the core of your wardrobe will give your style a fresh perspective heading into the second half of the year. If you’re looking for a range of options that are relatively affordable, head over to Saturdays and save up to 40 percent on a range of garments. Currently, SS18 and PS18 collections are reduced and you can pick from tees, sweatshirts, shorts and more. Explore a few of our favorites below to jumpstart your wardrobe refresh. — John Zientek
Dyson Ball Animal Upright Vacuum
Save $159: As part of today’s exclusive deals, Amazon is selling one of Dyson’s best-selling upright vacuums, the Dyson Ball Animal (
Save $55: For $75 you can go and pick up, say, a quartz Timex. It’ll look nice, and it’ll tell the time accurately, and that’s pretty much it. Now consider the Withings Activité. It too is powered by quartz, and it too has a handsome design, but since it’s a “hybrid smartwatch” it’ll also hook up to your phone via Bluetooth. It’ll track your steps, your calories burned, you sleep cycles and you can even use it for swim training. And you can get it right now for $75. — Andrew Connor
Columbia Watertight II Jacket
Save 25%: Columbia needs no introduction. It has been one of the brands at the top of the outdoor gear totem pole for decades, and for a good reason. Name a season, name a layer and Columbia has you covered. So, as far as summer rains are concerned, you need not worry because the Watertight II Jacket is the protection from the elements you want. The nylon Omni-Tech outer shell is not only seamless and watertight (it’s in the name), it also blocks any wind — it’s essentially stormproof. Another neat feature is it’s self-storing and packs up into its own pocket. Today, you can get the Watertight II Jacket for 25% off at just $45. That’s a pretty good deal for something that should be standard issue for on-scene weather reporters. — Bryan Campbell
Bell Moto III
Save 28%: I don’t exactly know when or where the Bell Moto III becsme my go-to motorcycle helmet, but I just recently realized I keep picking it up over the others, time and time again. It might be Bell Helmet’s most iconic lid, which explains why they brought the design back into production. Simple styling mid-century styling, modern protection, no frills — what more could you ask for? And today it’s on sale at only $210. — Bryan Campbell
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