MACK WELDON is known for a lot of things: top-notch menswear essentials that are sweat-wicking and great-looking, sustainably-made fabrics, and cozy joggers and sweatpants that can be worn to the gym or around the house. What it’s not known for: doorbuster clothing deals. That was, until now.
From now, while supplies last, the New York-based athleisure label has quietly dropped a bunch of discounts on underwear sets, henley shirts, and more cold-weather gear for Black Friday that you can still shop this weekend. And this isn’t your typical end-of-season clearance bin. Most of these deals are perennially stylish and look great with just about any winter essentials.
Looking to keep your head and hands stylishly warm this winter? Make sure to cop the Tech Merino Accessories set, which includes a winter beanie and scarf, and is a winter wardrobe must-have, according to our fashion director Ted Stafford. If you’re looking to replenish your underwear drawer, Mack Weldon has some discounts on its cozy-as-hell Woven Boxers and Everyday Crew Socks. Looking for a foolproof casual layering look? Then you can’t go wrong with the Warm Layers Pack, featuring a Waffle Henley and a flannel shirt. Both are part of Mack Weldon’s Warmknit collection, which means they’re heat-trapping and moisture-wicking, so you can stay toasty without feeling damp.
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And now, you can still take advantage of Mack Weldon’s “Buy More, Save More” Black Friday promo, which is exactly what it sounds like. Customers who spend over $125 save $20. Throw down $200 and save $40. And if you’re in the mood to splurge, spend $300 and save $75. So if you’re looking for a men’s gift idea, or if you’re just looking to treat yourself this holiday season, Mack Weldon’s Secret Sale has you covered.
As Men’s Health’s Deputy Editor, Commerce, Christian Gollayan oversees all shopping content on menshealth.com. He relocated back to New York by way of Portland, where he was the Associate Managing Editor at TheManual.com. Christian’s work has also been featured in InStyle, Food & Wine, the New York Post, and Tatler Asia.