Whether you’re gearing up for your first big vacation after a year locked inside your home or staying firmly put, there are a number of sales and discounts available right now. These include everything from Tumi’s aluminum luggage to John Elliott’s excellent knitwear and even Vitamix’s versatile Ascent blender. All those deals, and more, below.
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Paul Smith Travel Backpack
If you’re looking forward to your first post-lockdown vacation, you may be in need of a new travel backpack. Paul Smith’s elegant nylon-and-leather mashup has plenty of room to stow a laptop and other essentials, but it also has a handy strap that’ll let it slide over the telescoping handles of your rolling luggage.
Tumi 19 Degree Aluminum Extended Trip Packing Suitcase
And speaking of rolling luggage: if you’re getting away for more than a week, you’ll need more than a carry-on to get you through your trip. Luckily, Saks Fifth Avenue is offering a discount on a selection of Tumi’s excellent aluminum luggage right now.
Canali Camel Hair Scarf
Some people won’t call it a vacation unless they get to dip their toes in the ocean. If you’re more of a weeklong-golf-getaway-at-Adare-Manor type, you’re going to need something warmer than boardshorts. Add Canali’s camel hair scarf to your favorite windbreaker if things start to cool off on the back nine.
Vitamix Ascent A23000 Blender
During the pandemic, a number of editors at Robb Report have become stone-cold fans of Vitamix blenders (this writer uses his more than once a day). If you’ve not yet experienced the joy of a fruit smoothie you didn’t have to break a Hamilton for—or the simple pleasure of turning out faultless pancake batter without a whisk—we bid you: Join us.
Rag and Bone Suede Grant Jacket
There’s no shortage of excellent suede jackets on offer this spring—and that might be because the supple hide is just the thing for the cold, clear days this season’s inconsistent weather can deliver. This version from Rag & Bone comes with a stand collar, which will be helpful on windy days.
John Elliott Foggy Wool II Crewneck Sweater
John Elliott made his name by dialing in the fit on men’s sportswear staples from sweatpants to denim—but don’t sleep on his knitwear. With its slightly cropped body, this sweater has a modern stance, but its lightweight blend of cashmere and mohair is old-school luxury.
Allen Edmonds Verona II Bit Loafer
There’s some debate about which heritage shoemaker offered well-heeled guys a horsebit loafer first. Whichever one it was, there’s no denying Allen Edmonds does a good job with the metaphor, which feels fresher than ever this season thanks to the legion of stylish young men who are giving their sneakers a rest in favor of the preppy staple.