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Lee’s Jeans And More Are Up To 60 Percent Off In This One-Day-Only Deal

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Lee’s is an old American company. They started making jeans in Salina, Kansas in 1889. (And are based in Kansas to this day). Since then, Lee’s has expanded into making other apparel as well. Today, you can check out a selection of Lee’s clothes – including jeans – for as much as 60 percent off.

Normally $58, these shorts are 66 percent off today. They come in 6 different colors (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $58, these shorts are 66 percent off today. They come in 6 different colors (Photo via Amazon)

Lee Men’s Performance Series Extreme Comfort Short on sale for $19.99

Normally $54, these shorts are 57 percent off today. They are actually available in 15 different colors/patterns (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $54, these shorts are 57 percent off today. They are actually available in 15 different colors/patterns (Photo via Amazon)

LEE Men’s Dungarees Performance Cargo Short on sale for $22.99

Normally $54, these Bermuda shorts are 59 percent off today. They are available in 2 different washes (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $54, these Bermuda shorts are 59 percent off today. They are available in 2 different washes (Photo via Amazon)

Lee Women’s Relaxed-Fit Bermuda Short on sale for $21.99

There are nearly 90 total items featured in this deal, and many of them come in a wide selection of colors. Those shorts I just showed you above come in 15 different options! Anyway, they have stuff for both men and women, as well as boys. So check it all out.

Lee Clothing — up to 60 percent off

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