In the men’s outerwear business, there are four companies at the top – The North Face, Patagonia, Marmot and Arc’teryx. Your favorite relies largely on personal preference, as they are all top tier at protecting you from the elements.
There is one other way to determine which brand to go with — that is, pick the one that is on sale. Jackets and fleeces from each of these companies typically cost upwards of $100, and obviously you’d rather not pay that if you don’t have to.
At the moment, you don’t have to. Macy’s is currently running a sale on The North Face products, with a bunch of products as much as 50 percent off. There are 32 different items on sale in total, and many of them also come in various colors (with black and grey most prevalent).
Here are some of the best jackets in the sale:
Men’s Resolve Weatherproof Rain Jacket — 50 percent off
The North Face Men’s Resolve Waterproof Rain Jacket on sale for $44.99
Men’s Apex Bionic Jacket — 50 percent off
The North Face Men’s Apex Bionic Jacket on sale for $74.50
Men’s Norris Zip Jacket — 50 percent off
The North Face Men’s Norris Zip Jacket on sale for $64.50
Men’s Denali Fleece Jacket — 50 percent off
The North Face Men’s Denali Fleece Jacket on sale for $89.50
Macy’s also has other non-jacket items, such as this pair of shorts:
Men’s 9″ Fleece Shorts — 50 percent off
The North Face Men’s 9″ Fleece Shorts on sale for $17.50
And these waterproof duck boots:
Men’s Ballard II Duck Waterproof Boots — 29 percent off
The North Face Men’s Ballard II Duck Waterproof Boots on sale for $99.99
Make sure to check out the entire selection to see all 32 items on sale. We’ll be sure to let you when any of the other three brands get discounted at a similar rate.
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