$36 jeans. $30 cords. Most of it is final sale, yet the Super 120s Italian wool suit separates are not.
Five style scenarios mined from the extra 40% off Bonobos sale.
Super 120s Italian wool suit separates. Swim trunks. Let’s get weird.
Stretch Washed 2.0 Chinos. Italian wool blend blazers. Riviera Short Sleeve Shirts galore. Feels like more than just a semi-annual clearance.
And there is some sale stuff. Non-final Sale Rivieras and Throwbacks starting at $41.30 with the code.
Major price “Rollback” on the acquisitions aisle.
Unconstructed blazers, lightweight chinos, and even swim trunks.
It’s kinda now or never for Christmas and/or getting something for New Year’s Eve plans.
Unconstructed blazers, moleskin pants, flannel lined chinos, etc.
And it’s a well stocked sale section at that. Plenty of NOT final sale stuff that ships & returns for free.
The Long-Weekend Sales Train has one final car. And it’s from the brand who’s out to make your caboose look good.
Unconstructed blazers. Lightweight, t-shirt fabric Riviera shirts. Joggers, henleys, jeans, etc.
“I saw a Deadhead sticker on a Cadillac”
Don’t monkey around. Our series on spending those holiday gift cards moves to Bonobos.
What’s the difference? Spoiler: The 2.0 fits and feels significantly different.
Flannel suits, cords, lots of joggers. More goods than a simian can shake a stick at.
Their biggest sale of the year. From unconstructed blazers to refined joggers. And lots in-between.
Limited to stuff already on sale, but it’s the first promo Bonobos has run in a very, very long time.
Unlined and airy. In person with the “less is more” Bonobos sportcoat.
Extra? EXTRA. Bonobos puts more flex in their travel jeans.