Deal: Everything at Jachs Is 60% Off

Shirts, shorts, henleys and hoodies, almost all below $30

A Memorial Day sale at Jachs means 60% off everything
By Kirk Miller / May 19, 2020 10:47 am

Writing about Jachs is exhausting.

The affordable menswear brand usually hosts one or two great sales per week — almost always some new release (short sleeve shirts, terry sweat shirts, linen polos, etc.) marked at 60% off and usually hovering around $20-$30.

And the stuff is good! I’ve bought my share of discounted gear. But I’m grateful that the brand is now offering a sitewide 60% off sale for Memorial Day (use code MD60), as it means I don’t have to sit and wait for a specific deal. It’s the greatest hits set.

So with all that choice, what to buy? Our suggestions below … and if you don’t like something, they’re offering free returns, too.


Short Sleeve Tech Shirts

The shirts feature a four-way stretch, moisture-wicking properties and contrast inner plackets and collar stands, which make the eye-popping designs (black splatter print, burgundy micro floral, etc.) stand out.


Fleece/Terry Sweatshirts

A new line of fleece and French terry hooded sweatshirts in both zip-up and pullover variations. We’re particularly fond of the hoodie/henley hybrid. Most (though not all) are 100% cotton and there are 50 different styles and colors available.


Linen Tri-Blend Henleys and Polos

These are super soft, lightweight and breathable tops built from a poly-cotton-line blend. Available in seven different styles in a classic fit, these seem to be the ideal shirts for the warm season.


Pull On Terry Sweat Shorts

Spring appears to be in full bloom and you’re probably still working from home, so look to the comfy short. These new sweat shorts are cozy and arrive with some great patterns and color.


Slub Chambray Button-Down Shirts

Each cotton shirt features a bit of added stretch (credit the 3% spandex) and there are both long- and short-sleeve variations.

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