We’ve been touting the fine threads coming out of Canada’s Frank and Oak since they launched back in 2012, and we’re happy to say that almost seven years later we stand by that endorsement. But given they're headquartered up in the Great White North and more worried about running a (stylistically and environmentally) responsible business than buying subway ads, we’ve found some people still haven’t caught on.
Today’s the day you wisen up, because Frank and Oak is currently running a blowout sale, with some ludicrous deals on everything from polar bear-style fleece zip-ups ($30, down from $89.50) to stretch twill chinos ($20, down from $59.50). And while sales of this proportion normally mean there is limited sizing, that’s not the case here. Find our curated selections below, all available in a wide range of sizes and discounted up to 66% off.
The Sherpa Fleece Zip-Up Sweater
Was $89.50 | Now $30
The Newport Straight Chino
Was $59.50 | Now $20
The Laurier Sharkskin Blazer in Navy
Was $149 | Now $70
Sherpa Lined Wool-Blend Shirt Jacket
Was $149 | Now $100
Cable-Knit Wool-Blend Sweater
Was $99.50 | Now $70
The Dylan Slim Raw Selvedge Denim
Was $119 | Now $60
“Good” Cotton Fleece Popover Hoodie
Was $69.50 | Now $35
But that's just the tip of the iceberg — see the full slate of sales here.
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