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By Benjamin K. Glaser
January 12, 2016
Clarks shoes
Clarks shoes
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After record-setting warmth for much of the country, winter temps have arrived. Luckily, if you need a new parka or boots, we’re seeing great deals from Backcountry and Clarks, among other bargains available this week.

Up to 60% Off The North Face
With arctic chills finally sweeping the country, it’s wise to have a proper parka. And Backcountry is offering plenty of parkas, as well as other cold wear gear, as it cuts up to 60% off a selection of The North Face men’s, women’s, and kids’ outerwear and accessories. Shipping starts at $5.95, but orders of $50 or more qualify for free shipping. Size availability for many items is limited. Some best bets include the Women’s Ultra Current Trail Running Shoes in Silver for $83.96 (low by $36); and the Men’s Tonnerro Hooded Down Jacket in for $167.16 (low by $32).

Clarks Winter Shoe Sale
Pair your new parka with a pair of winter boots or shoes that can take a beating. Clarks takes up to 60% off during its Winter Shoe Sale. Plus, coupon code “CHEER” cuts an extra 20% off. All orders receive free shipping. Save on boots, wedges, heels, and other styles.

Lenovo Winter Sale
We predicted prices on electronics would drop following a major electronics show last weekend, and that might already be coming true. Lenovo takes up to 48% off a selection of its desktops, laptops, and tablets as part of its Winter Sale, valid through Jan. 13. All orders include free shipping. Best offers include the Lenovo U31-70 Broadwell Core i7 13″ Laptop for $649 via “DBU311US0107” ($401 off); and the Lenovo B40-30 Haswell Core i3 22″ All-in-One Desktop for $699.99 via “NEWYEARDEAL5” ($300 off).

Home Depot Overstock Sale
Home Depot cuts up to 70% off select items during its Overstock Sale. Many items are eligible for free shipping too. (Otherwise, choose in-store pickup to avoid shipping fees, which start at $5.99.) Since the weather will likely be keeping you indoors anyway, this might be a good time to work on inside home improvements, like installing this World Imports Dunwoody 6-Light Satin Nickel Chandelier for $62.33 (low by $41), or this Home Decorators Collection Lindbrook 52″ Ceiling Fan for $127.20 ($32 off).

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