Jack Spade’s SALE section – The best under $200
Clean, unique, colorful. All pretty accurate descriptions of the Jack Spade, and therefor the Kate Spade style. The male spinoff of Kate Spade, Jack Spade has been around for more than a decade, and sticks to a minimalist foundation without being boring.
It’s another one of those popular brands that lives at full retail for most of the time. Thus, it can get real expensive real quick. But when it goes on sale? Then it becomes more attainable. Here’s some proof:
Jack Spade Monza Leather Single Fold Brown Wallet – $35 ($50 for black or green)
From the item description: “Inspired by leather detailing of vintage sports cars…” That’ll work. All it takes is one perfect detail, and the perforations get it done. Stunningly cheap for the brand.
Jack Spade Boat Canvas Anvil Duffle – $122.50 (reg. $245)
Industrial canvas and reinforcement tarp panels give this thing a distinct nautical look. Measurements = 20″ x 8.75″ x 11.25″ so it’s not tiny, but it’s not gigantic either. Available in the deep chestnut (pictured) or an off the wall blue with green tarp accents. Half off.
Jack Spade Nylon Canvas Side Loader Brief – $136.50 (reg. $195)
If you’re somewhere between leather attache and rugged outdoor inspired canvas brief, this might be the right combination. Slim, constructed corners, nice color combinations, and city ready. Even with the reduction it’s a tough price to swallow since it’s only a simple canvas brief (but it’s that well done simplicity that you’re paying for.)
Jack Spade Industrial Canvas Dipped York Brief – $171.50 (reg. $245)
Made of industrial strength tarp cloth canvas that’s been dipped in rubber latex, this bag should be pretty tough, and offers a nice break from the mainly one color briefs you see roaming around. Proof that a warmer brown/tan color can look incredibly good right up against black.
What’s your take on the Jack Spade brand? Would you use any of these? Leave it all in the comments…