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Solo Stove Fire Pit
Save $100: Though there is a degree of majesty and satisfaction in a fire you build piece-by-piece, sometimes it’s best to let engineers figure the most efficient, safest and overall best way to do something. That is the gap Solo Stove’s portable fire pit fills.
It’s as tall as your forearm and as wide as your computer monitor and as heavy as a beagle, and it saves you time spent clearing a space for a fire, tending to a fire and cleaning up that space the following morning. It also isn’t gaudy, unlike many home fire pits out there, making it perfectly capable to throw down in your backyard. Holes in the base and top of the pit allow air to reach the fire and feed a hotter, more consistent blaze. The higher heat and superior ventilation also cuts down on smoke, so you’re less likely to have your neighbors call the cops on you.
The Solo Stove fire pit is on sale now at $250, $100 off its usual price. — Will Price
Clarks Desert Welt Boot
Save $76: Sold since the early 50s, the Clarks Desert Boot has graced the feet of style icons for more than half a century. It’s famously known for its soft suede upper and casual crepe sole, but those who find the look to be somewhat unsophisticated might like to learn the company makes a high-end version of the classic boot, one with a Goodyear-welted leather outsole and luxury suede upper.
Of course, the upgrade will demand a pretty penny — 38,000 of them, actually — but East Dane slashed more than $70 off the asking price. Can’t find your size? Clarks is also running a sale on clarksusa.com. — Jack Seemer
Zeal Draper Sunglasses
Right now, you can get a pair Draper Sunglasses for 65% off. And, not only will you be saving $150 on a pair of seriously stylish shades — the Japanese cypress wood accents knock it out of the park — the E-llume polarized lenses are the world’s first to use plant-based materials instead of petroleum. It’s hard to beat environmentally friendly fashion that actually looks good. — Bryan Campbell
TRX Slam Balls
Save up to 40%: A functional home gym doesn’t have to require setting aside a spare bedroom and filling it with heavy and bulky, not to mention expensive, equipment. Actually, it can be small enough to pack into a suitcase or backpack and set up virtually anywhere. This was the hypothesis that lead Randy Hetrick, a Navy SEAL Squad Commander, to use a jiu-jitsu belt and parachute webbing to create a set-up-anywhere suspension trainer while on deployment. Twenty years later and Hetrick has refined that into a brand called TRX that creates products trusted by fitness buffs to professional athletes.
In addition to the all-in-one strap system, TRX makes a range of items designed to build out a minimal home gym and complement your weight-bearing routine. Among the expanded collection are Slam Balls — durable medicine balls covered in textured rubber for maximum grip. These fitness tools are a simple way to enhance a workout, and they’ll do it for much less than the cost of a gym membership. Right now, 10-, 15- and 20-pound Slam Balls are on sale at Huckberry for 37-40 percent off, which drops them down into the $20 range. — Tanner Bowden