Kind of a Big Deal: June 2nd

Today in deals: Summer bedding, tents, luxe eyewear

By The Editors

Kind of a Big Deal June 2nd
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02 June 2017

Welcome to Kind of a Big Deal, a daily roundup of great sales on the brands and items you love (tech, shoes, style, travel, etc.), as well as great new products. Please note: Deals are subject to change at the whim of the merchants mentioned.

Norse Projects Backpack
This pack from the popular streetwear brand is made from ripstop material in a dried olive color — it’ll do nicely jetting around the city. On sale at 50% off.

Casper, Parachute, Brooklinen ... now add Loomstead to this list of luxury (yet affordable) bedding. The L.A.-based company is offering InsideHook readers a 10% discount when you use the code HOOK10 — we suggest the heather charcoal washed linen for summer comfort.

Jack Spade Camo Peyton Shell Jacket
A great summer option, this shell is made from lightweight nylon and features a few interior pockets for stashing flasks, etc. Plus, it’s camo, which is always cool. On sale for 50% off.

Mountain Hardwear Hylo 3 Tent
This lightweight three-person tent (or two people-and-a-dog tent) is on sale for 20% off.

Belstaff Eyewear
The inaugural eyewear collection from this British heritage line just launched with 18 different styles in up to 4 distinct colorways, each handmade in Japan with prices starting at $300. The Roadmaster Squared Aviators, inspired by the company’s Roadmaster jackets, particularly caught our eye (get it?).

If our Dads and Grads Gift Guide was too personal, try this: On GiftNow you, as the gifter, send a gift via a merchant’s online store only using the recipient’s e-mail address. Recipients then accept your gift, configure it to their own personal preferences or sizing, or simply exchange it ... all before it ever arrives. If you're shopping for shoes and clothes for other people, this makes things easy. And the merchants involved — Macy’s, Coach, Saks, American Giant, etc. — are pretty solid.

Nota bene: If you buy through these links, InsideHook may earn a small share of the profits on some items

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