Deal: This Rare Sale on Outerknown’s Comfiest Shirts Lasts Until Midnight

The 30% off discount applies to blanket shirts — all 29 of them

Outerknown Blanket Shirts
All of Outerknown's blanket shirts — the original, reversible and jacket — are on sale for one day only.
Outerknown
By Alex Lauer / October 8, 2019 11:06 am

Any time Outerknown, the sustainable clothing brand from Kelly Slater, throws a sale, it’s a good day. You see, the company rarely offers discounts, and we suspect that’s partially because their clothes actually live up to the promised comfort and durability, and partially because they’re not churning out endless truckloads like less eco-friendly companies. (I mean, there’s a reason they’re one of the 12 brands defining the future of American menswear.)

Today, it turns out, is a great day, because Outerknown is offering 30% off every single one of their blanket shirts, their comfiest garment on offer, with code BLANKETS30. The catch? The discount only applies until midnight on Tuesday.

Not familiar with the blanket shirt? There are three different versions: The original, which Outerknown has been slinging since day one, designed like a wearable Baja blanket with buttons made not of plastic but Corozo nuts, and available in no less than 24 colorways; the reversible blanket shirt, which is the ultimate travel layer because not only can it be worn inside-out, but it doubles as a light jacket; and the blanket shirt jacket, a heavier version of the already beefy layer, made like the rest in 100% organic cotton. 

In other words, these aren’t fall shirts or even a cold-weather shirts. They’re one of those Is it going to be chilly? shirts. Whether you’re headed to Vail or Thanksgiving or a cabin up north or a movie theater with brutal A/C, if you pick up one of these blanket shirts today, it’ll be the layer you reach for every single time. But remember, discounts disappear on October 9th.

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