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Hoodies/Jeans/Sneakers: August 31, 2015

August 31, 2015 | by Josh

It’s the stereotypical hacker outfit. Do it wrong, and you look like you’re still living with mom. Do it right, and you look like a million bucks (in unvested stock options). Here are three items — a hoodie, some jeans, and a pair of sneakers — worth a look this week.

The Hoodie: Banana Republic Ribbed Zip Hoodie, $62.11 (was $98.50)

This hoodie is 40% off with the code 2DAY for a sale that ends, you guessed it, today (8/31/15)! The trim makes it look sporty, and the cut + fabric will allow it to fit your form more than some of the potato sacks on the market.

Banana Republic Ribbed Zip Hoodie

The Jeans: UNIQLO Men’s Stretch Slim Fit Straight Jeans (SELVEDGE), $49.90

A favorite jean at their usual great price. From UNIQLO:

The selvedge denim of these classic straight-cut jeans can only be created using antique looms. Rolling the cuffs reveals the signature “red ear” accents. Each pair is unique, and gets better and more individual with each wash.

UNIQLO Mens Stretch Slim Fit Straight Jeans

The Sneakers: Reebok Hexaffect Run 2.0 Running Shoes, $29.98 (originally $69.99)

These shoes have the look, the comfort, and the price to be an impulse buy. With the technology put into them I’d consider them more sneakers than serious running shoes, but you didn’t expect to get serious running shoes at this price-point, did you?

Reebok Hexaffect Run 2.0 Running Shoes

The Tech Bonus: Asus Zenwatch, $149.00 (originally $199.99)

While it’s not quite as inexpensive as it was when we wrote this article, the Zenwatch is discounted again, this time by NewEgg.com. We still love the slim design and the attention to detail on the case.

Asus ZenWatch

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