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The new Urban EDC Supply Companion Wallet is as minimalist as you can get. Embracing maximum simplicity, the wallet shares the same design language as the brand’s Urban Organizers, meaning it is engineered to do the most with the least. Made in several configurations — and in three leather choices — the wallet will pair with any carry out there. Every detail and every component serves a purpose, with no extra space or superfluous features, to make the most versatile wallet that’s slim, sleek and stylish. The Urban Companion Wallet comes with two to four slots for your gear, cards, cash and tools. Depending on what you carry, your wallet can be best configured to even fit a small flashlight or utility blade. You can grab one of the Urban EDC Supply Urban Companion Wallets for 10% off right now for the next 48 hours, with the code GearCompanion.
Target Patio Furniture Sale
Save up to 30%: Target plays designer pretty well. The mega-retailer is home to a shocking number of decent-looking, wallet-sensitive homewares, which includes its in-house range of outdoor furniture and patio items. And it’s all marked down up to 30 percent right now. — Will Price
Gerber Jukebox Pocket Knife
Save 23%: Of all the reasons to buy a knife — size, steel quality, price and the rest — looks, beauty, often rises to the top. And it should. It’s okay to be vain when purchasing a tool that you plan to carry daily, to match it to your watch or wallet or to go in the opposite direction with something bizarre and unconventional. Gerber’s folding Jukebox might fit into either of those categories, and despite that it just came out this summer, it’s already on sale for 23 percent off.
The Jukebox’s 2.7-inch blade, which Gerber designed as an homage to the straight razors used by barbers, is accompanied by a distinct acrylic resin handle that comes in either tortoiseshell or marble. It has an extended flipper tab that creates a unique opening action and an integrated liner lock to hold it closed. These features, along with its sheepsfoot blade, ensure that it remains highly functional despite its overt showiness. The Jukebox doesn’t just go with the keys in your pocket; pair it with a bottle of Old Forester, vintage Ray-Bans, a custom Fender guitar or an Indian motorcycle. — Tanner Bowden
Orient Bambino Automatic Dress Watch
Save 53%: The Orient Bambino is a stalwart low-cost favorite amongst many watch enthusiasts for pairing an automatic, hacking and hand winding-capable movement with a clean, vintage-inspired design. You also get a nicely domed dial and crystal, and a date at 3 o’clock, all at a relatively low price. Drop currently has 5 different versions of the Bambino on sale starting at $139 with a couple of gold-toned iterations for just $10 more. — Oren Hartov
Sneakers Under $70
Save up to 30%: Now during Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale, you can save up to 30 percent on a bunch of classic sneakers. For less than $70, you can pick up great options from Nike, Adidas, Vans and more. There are plenty of sizes still available, but act fast — deals like these won’t be around long. — John Zientek
Patagonia Black Hole Duffel Sale
Save 25%: If you’ve never heard of Patagonia’s Black Hole duffel bags, you’ve likely spotted one in an airport, foreign train station or strapped to the roof of an overlander. Patagonia built the weather-resistant and sturdy bags to last decades with a rugged TPU-laminated ripstop nylon. They also include removable backpack straps that make carrying one a breeze, even when it’s fully loaded.
The 60-liter version is arguably the most versatile size; it’s big enough to pack everything you’ll need for a weekend or a week, and it still fits into the overhead bins on planes. We’ve put this bag through its paces on all kinds of adventures, from a ski weekend in Vermont to a month-long trip to Ecuador. It’s one of the best rugged duffel bags available, and right now it’s also 25 percent off at Backcountry in nearly every volume.
And, if you need something even easier to carry than a backpack strap-equipped duffel, Patagonia thought to use its Black Hole construction to make a wheeled suitcase. It comes with a 70-liter capacity that you can pack to the brim without worrying whether you’ll be able to get all your gear from A to B. This bag is also 25 percent off. — Tanner Bowden
Todd Snyder Camp Shorts
Save 41%: If you’re still searching for some great shorts to keep you cool this summer, head over to Todd Snyder today. Right now, the brand’s Italian Corduroy Camp Shorts are 41 percent off. Available in three versatile colors, these shorts have patch pockets and a 9-inch inseam. They’re casual, comfortable and may be the ultimate warm-weather shorts. If you’re into the style, act fast — they’re $69 off and will sell quickly. — John Zientek
Seiko Prospex PADI Diver
Save $179: Powered by the cal. V157 quartz movement, the PADI special edition features a 47mm case, Hardlex mineral crystal, date display, Lumibright-coated hands and markers, and a unidirectional rotating dive bezel. It’s water-resistant to 200m and features a screw-down crown and case back. Once fully charged, the power reserve on the V157 movement lasts roughly 10 months. If mechanical watches aren’t your thing, then this PADI special edition could be your water watch this summer. — Oren Hartov
Iconic Ray-Ban Sunglasses
Save up to 68%: Right now, Nordstrom Rack is selling three Italian-made Ray-Ban frames for 68 percent off the normal retail price — they cost as little as $60. You have options including both polarized and non-polarized lenses, and black and Havana acetate frames. Choose from Wayfarers, round frames and throw-back ’80s aviators — but act fast because these deals will be gone soon. — John Zientek
Fender Custom Shop Black Moon Telecaster
Save $2,000: The Fender Custom Shop Black Moon Telecaster features a 5a quilted maple top that’s carved to a 50-inch radius. The instrument — finished with transparent black nitrocellulose lacquer — features a 2-piece ash body with a carved neck heel, a quartersawn 22-fret maple neck with a modern C profile and a compound-radius ebony fingerboard with sterling silver “hollow dot” position inlays. Unlike traditional Teles, this guitar has two EVH Wolfgang humbuckers (the neck pickup has a push/pull coil split), a vintage-style Strat hardtail bridge and Schaller NOS tuners.
Originally listed for $8,000, this one-of-a-kind guitar is now 25 percent off and costs $6,000. If you’re looking for a truly unique Tele from a world-class builder, this is definitely worth considering — and if you’re in New York City and are contemplating the purchase, you can stop by Guitar Center and play it yourself. — John Zientek
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