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Coach’s Big Sale
Take 50% off great fall outerwear Most guys haven’t even started thinking about buying a jacket for fall yet. But maybe that’s because most guys don’t yet know about Coach’s awesome 50% off sale, which is discounting everything from leather jackets to sharp M65s.— Justin Fenner
Boot Up for Fall
Take 50% off Sorel’s sharp boots Sorel’s sharp boots are half off their original prices, thanks to a great sale from Nordstrom Rack. We love the look of its waterproof leather boots, which are a durable option for rainy fall days. And — in a pinch, with the right pair of socks — they can carry you well into winter, too.— Justin Fenner
Mophie Wireless Charging Base
Save $20: You just bought an iPhone X — or iPhone 8/8 Plus — and you’re looking for jump on the new wave of wireless charging. Using your iPhone’s Lightning port is so dated, after all. One of the best wireless chargers is Mophie’s Wireless Charging Base. It supports 7.5-watt fast-charging speeds and comes with wall adapter in the box (not all do). Apple even trusts the wireless charger enough to sell it, but on Apple.com they’re going for $50 a pop. If you’re looking for a better deal, you can find the same one on Amazon for just under $40.
All the Outdoor Gear You Could Ever Want Is on Sale Now
Save up to 50%: Summer is coming to its slow close, but thanks to Backcountry’s Semi Annual Sale there isn’t a better time to get outside with new gear. — Tanner Bowden
Dyson Animal Ball Vacuum
Save $75:With its latest cordless vacuum, Dyson declared itself done with vacuums of the corded variety. Other than the obvious fact that the brand sees cordless vacuums as the way into the future, it also means cheaper corded vacuums. Cheaper corded vacuums like this four-year-old Animal Ball vacuum, that’s at its lowest price ever.
The Ball vacuum is corded, it’s heavier than the wireless vacuums (just over 15 pounds) and it’s more difficult to store in most situations as well. But, functionally, it’s on-par with any wireless vacuum they’ve made. It’s got a wider head, won’t need charging (the V10 requires multiple hours to fully charge) and sports enough suction to pull hair, grime, dirt and coins from virtually any surface. This model is a manufacturer refurbished piece, meaning it was sent back to Dyson and they ran performance tests to ensure it still performs up to standard. Today this beast of a vacuum is $200, $75 off its usual price. — Will Price