5 Under $50 – January 22

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A collection of deal finds you don't want to miss.

everlane athletic jeans

Everlane Athletic 4-way Stretch Organic Jean, $28 $72

Sure, guys who have kept up with their squats during the pandemic will want these “Athletic” fit jeans, but don't let the name fool you. Any guy who wants more room in the thighs while also having a nice tapered leg for a clean silhouette will look great in these, especially our bigger brethren. And at this price, you'll be able to toss $10 toward having them tailored so you get a spot-on pant break.

everlane blue oxford air shirt

Everlane Performance Air Oxford Shirt, $18 $62

Made of 97% cotton with 3% stretch, Everlane takes the essential go-to button down and upgrades it with 2-way stretch, sweat-wicking, and anti-odor properties. Nobody will know your new favorite Zoom meeting shirt is just as comfortable as a t-shirt.

nite ize keychain

Nite Ize S-Biner, $8

I've been using a Nite Ize S-Biner for years, you'll be amazed just how useful they are. Everything from quickly clipping my keys to my bag to connecting the dog leash around my waist when I run. But if you grab this version you'll also have something apparently every proper keychain should have…a bottle opener. The more streamlined version I have is $2 less.

hm blue shawl cardigan sweater

100% Cotton Rib Knit Shawl Collar Sweater, $17.99 $39.99

You'd be right to be skeptical of a sweater from H&M under $20 since under normal circumstances it would almost certainly be acrylic. But this sale find is 100% cotton, making it a heck of a deal for one of our favorite sweater types. This dark blue rib knit shawl collar is a well-dressed man's hoodie replacement – just ask James Bond himself.

timex mk1 watch

Timex MK1 Watch, $49.99 $109

Wear it with your Red Wings or your business casual, this rugged instrument panel-inspired timepiece has an expert mix of earth tones that provides more character than many field watches that cost 3 times as much.

Deals scored! Happy weekend. Now give 15 Life Skills Everyone Should (Actually) Know a read.

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Andrew Snavely

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