Members only clothing and gear sites have blown up over the past two years. While most of the daily deal sites cater toward the fems, Mens sites have been catching up. Whether your a suit, a bro, or a lumberjack, there’s a deal for every guy out there. Pay attention and save some serious dollars that you’ll probably end up spending on a designer bag for your girlfriends dog.
Top of the food chain, Gilt started it all. They stick to high end brand sample sales, which can be less accommodating to many, but they offer the best variety with the highest percentage taken off original prices. For all things business casual Gilt is the place to go.
Avg T-shirt: $50.00
Brand Examples: John Varvatos, Cole Haan, William Rast
Jack Threads wears the pants for casual wear. Jack’s trade lies within the realm of hoodies, and Sneakers and affordable watches or shades. A great variety of brands from Supra to Levis. They’re great at highlighting a certain category and featuring a good conglomerate of items.
Avg T-shirt: $20.00
Brand Examples: Supra, Nixon, The Hundreds
PLNDR is the online timed sale arm of the Karma Loop network. The style is geared toward a more urban skate style, but still offers a wide selection of solid big name brands as well as smaller clothing start ups.
Avg T-shirt: $12.00
Brand Examples: Amongst Friends, Crooks & Castles, OBEY
For the Bear Grylls enthusiast who wants to at least look the part of the survival guide. They offer up everything from snowboard jackets, to rock clymbing harnesses to pocket knives. Definitely a unique touch to the daily deals market, so check them out for all the outdoor & fitness gear you need just in time for summer. Try and actually use it this year.
Avg Pocket Knife Price: $30.00
Brand Examples: Columbia, Patagonia, New Balance
Beyond the Rack offers up the least amount of menswear, but every once in a while, offers up a gem. Definitely worth a weekly checkout for some higher end sales you wont find on any of the other sites.
Avg T-shirt: $40.00
Brand Examples: Lacoste, Burberry, Sam Edelman