30% off Kenneth Cole with KCFR4 | 25% off Cole Haan with 2011FF
The Kenneth Cole sale expires 10/23/11 while the Cole Haan sale expires 10/24
One was started out of the back of a semi-truck and the other is owned by Nike (which, come to think of it, was started out of the trunk of a car.) Both are huge names in the men’s retail industry, and both set their initial retail prices high enough that it’s almost always best to wait for a sale. And now we have one. For both.
You’ll need those codes above. Shipping is free for Kenneth Cole at $100 and up, with a $4 flat rate otherwise. Cole Haan ships free at $150, with a beastly $10.95 rate for 3-8 business days. Ouch. Let’s get on with it:
Already on sale for 30% off, the KCFR4 code takes an additional 30% off to get these down to Steve Madden on-sale prices. Look, I know not everyone likes the slightly elongated chisel (but not square blunted) toe. I know some don’t think much of Kenneth Cole’s quality. But I have a pair of these myself and they’ve never given me an issue with moderate use. And they’re available in both black and brown. Not everyone can blow $200 – $300 on some Allen Edmonds. These will do very nicely for the price and look pretty slick at the same time.
Not a bad looking smooth leather chukka. Much easier to dress up than a floppy desert boot. Black and tan at the link above, and a very tempting grey suede is also available.
These are a final sale, so be warned, you can’t return them. The in person color on these disappointed some the last time they came up for sale, but for $50? And a casual shoe that you could wear with jeans? Might be worth taking the chance. Again, you can’t return them. Sizes are limited.
Kenneth Cole Pebble Grain Leather Duffle – $195.02 SHIPPED ($398)
Four hundred bucks? No. Three hundred? That’s still a ton. Under $200? Well… Pebble grain leather, about 1700 cubic inches of space (so not huge but not tiny), and a reinforced bottom. Still no? Says it comes with a “limited liftime guarantee.” No clue what that means but that can’t be a bad thing.
You gotta get your business cards out of your wallet. No matter how hard you try, they always end up with some kind of wrinkle, line, or bent corner if you keep them in there. For $23.60 out of their store and to your door, you get a card case with some texture that’s neither boring or obnoxious.
Already on sale and down to around $160. These came in just about every color imaginable but there are very few colors left with a good size selection. The T Moro shown above is luckily one of them. Doesn’t ship free.
Leather jackets are pricey. Haven’t seen this in person and who knows about the leather quality, but it better be decent for $600 full price. Already reduced and now with the extra 25% off, it’s still expensive, but lands in the wheelhouse if you’re looking to invest in, but not go broke on buying a leather jacket. Just one review, but it’s 4/5 stars.
Pretty damn convenient that the discount drops them below the free shipping threshold. Proof though that black and brown do absolutely go together. Sometimes. Spendy.
More style than substance because at this price you should almost expect gore tex in a hiker. But quite possibly the best looking alpine-type boot out there. Nice work with the plaid around the top.
The Kenneth Cole code KCFR4 expires 10/23 and the Cole Haan code 2011FF expires 10/24 Credit to Chris for the style tip on the Cole Haan sale.