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Lands’ End Code: DISCOVERLE  Pin: 6702 = 25% off and free shipping no minimum.

Expires 11/15.  FAMILYDOWN & pin 9954 seem to get the same deal.  Credit to Jason C. and Josh C. for the tips.
Update:  Looks like they’re now calling this their anniversary event.  FAMILYSAVE25 and pin 1142 also work.

Maybe retailers are just trying to get a running start on the holiday shopping season, but there’s no shortage of codes right now.  Here’s a few:

  • J. Crew: STAYWARM = 25% off  $150 and up with free shipping (exp 11/9)
  • Bloomingdales: FANDF = 20% off.  FREESHIP11 = Free Shipping (exp 11/13)
  • Original Penguin: OPFF40 = 40% off for Friends & Family.  (exp 11/14)
  • Express: 1908 = $15 off $60, $30 off $120, etc… and can be stacked on a 30% off outerwear sale.

But the best of the current lot is the Lands’ End code up top.  25% off, you get free shipping no minimum, and sale items aren’t excluded.  Some sale, some new arrivals, some L.E.C., and some plain ol’ Lands’ End are below…
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L.E.C. Crosby Moc-Toe Lace Up Boots – $74.99icon ($149.00)

A new go-to favorite.

Finally got a pair and couldn’t be happier.  True, the hooks at the top are a little weak, and the leather isn’t the highest quality, but after they break in a little they’re nails.  Even if those hooks start to cause problems, can’t complain for $75.  Plus, you could always have a cobbler replace them with regular eyelets.

 

Cotton Casual Vest – $74.63icon ($99.50)

Could be great, could be... not so great.

Has potential, but with waistcoats you just never know.  This does have an adjustable belt buckle on the back, and since it’s 100% cotton, you’re not stuck with some shiny fake silk thing on the rear.  Four welt pockets.

 

Refined Slim Fit 100% Wool Herringbone Pants – $97.50icon ($130)

How low could they go?

Man.  When did L.E.C. get into the realm of pants that elicit a well over $100 price tag?  Wool pants that can be dressed up for the guys who don’t like flimsy dress slacks.  Everything is getting more expensive, and unlike other somewhat cheaper options these are all wool, but it still might be best to wait for a bigger discount.

 

Button Neck Cable Sweater – $59.63icon ($79.50)

One of those watching a football game with her sweaters.

Sixty bucks isn’t chump change, but high button neck cable sweaters will come in more than handy now that winter is coming up shortly.  Consider this sweater alternative #1289304 to the hoodie.  Far far better looking than a boxy cotton quarter zip.  Mainly cotton but some wool and nylon woven in too.

 

Harris Tweed Deerskin Gloves – $59.63icon ($79.50)

Different than a standard leather pair.

Not from Canvas but from big brother Lands’ End.  100% wool herringbone tweed on top and deerskin for the palms.  Hang tight if the price is still too much.  Target seems to release an ultra cheap version of these every year.

 

Wool Surcingle Belt – $11.24icon ($29.50)

Also from Lands' End but not Canvas.

Three colors but sizes are limited in anything but black.  Don’t worry, you can wear that lighter tan leather on the black wool mix belt.  Looks more than decent despite the entire “no black with brown” theory.

 

Heritage Oxford – $14.99 – $18.75icon ($49.50)

Your oxfords don't all have to be white and blue

Of course the white and blue oxfords aren’t on sale, but a Lands’ End Canvas oxford cloth button down is a great layering piece for the on-sale money.  Stick with the neutral gull grey if you want a workwear look that’s not a chambray, or for color, try the washed orange.

The two Lands’ End Code DISCOVERLE and the pin 6702 are set to expire 11/15/2011