15 of the Best Amazon Prime Day Men’s Fashion Deals Under $150

Prime Day 2020 is finally upon us.

For the somehow still uninitiated, Prime Day is in a league of its own when it comes to sales with a not-so-cult following. Over the coming 48-ish hours—until October 14 at midnight, to be precise—you can find deals across virtually every category imaginable to more than satisfy your weirdest, wildest wants and needs. (Clothing? Accessories? Pillows with Nicolas Cage’s face on them? Check, check, and—yes—check.)

In case the online retail juggernaut isn’t the first place you think of when it comes to finding the freshest fashion picks around, it’s worth pointing out that this year’s Prime Day is stacked with menswear deals. From WFH-ready joggers and iconic sneakers to fall-grade bomber jackets and plenty of everyday essentials, this sale has you covered if your cold-weather style game needs an upgrade.

Below, we sifted through tens of thousands of items on sale now to put together a definitive list of the deals we recommend adding to your cart—and fast—all for below 150 bucks.

MQ24-9B Classic Analog Watch

Casio amazon.com

$21.95

$10.00 (54% off)

Can’t beat the classics. 

Superlite Low Cut Socks (6-Pair)

Adidas amazon.com

$20.00

$15.00 (25% off)

If you need workout socks, Adidas’ Superlites are some of the comfiest lightweight ones out there. 

Middleweight Shorts

Champion amazon.com

$30.00 $16.10 (46% off)

The sweatshorts you still very much need this season. 

Olaf Camo Socks

Paul Smith amazon.com

$30.00

$25.50 (15% off)

Given the sea of options and discounts, Prime Day is a wise time to replenish your sock supply. (And an easy way to snag some early holiday gifts, while you’re at it.)

Cotton Classics Boxer Briefs (Pack of 3)

Calvin Klein amazon.com

$39.50

$27.65 (30% off)

What comes between you and your Calvins is up to you, but it’s worth noting that all of the brand’s underwear is at least 30% off for Prime Day this year.  

501 Jeans

Levi’s amazon.com

$59.50

$34.05 (43% off)

If you, too, find it hard tracking down the perfect pair of Levi’s, good news: nearly everything from the brand is, yes, at least 30% off this Prime Day. 

Original Sueded Fleece Hoodie

Champion amazon.com

$45.00

$27.02 (40% off)

Reviewers are obsessed with this soft-as-butter hoodie, which boasts a coveted rating of 4.7 stars. If you’re looking for a fitted sweatshirt to pair with denim or want to upgrade your groufit (that’s all grey outfit, to you), look no further.

3-Stripes Tapered Training Joggers

Adidas amazon.com

$40.00

$30.00 (25% off)

In case the version you’ve been wearing on repeat these last few months is suddenly looking a bit worse for wear. 

Men’s Heavyweight Hooded Puffer Coat

Amazon Essentials amazon.com

$54.00 $37.80 (30% off)

Near-unanimously praised for its warmth. 

Gel-Venture 7 Trail Running Shoes

ASICS amazon.com

$70.00

$48.95 (30% off)

Seasoned trail runners will already be familiar with Asics’ best-selling Gel-Venture 7. But if you’ve suddenly found yourself invested in the outdoors like never before, these sneakers will come in handy for tackling uneven terrain. 

Bengal Mascot Tiger Hat

Polo Ralph Lauren amazon.com

$68.00

$57.80 (15% off)

The easiest way to ensure your noggin’s toasty and your outfit’s on-point. 

Club C 85 Shoe

Reebok amazon.com

$75.00 $59.99 (20% off)

White leather sneakers hit different come fall. 

Desert Boot

Clarks amazon.com

$130.00

$87.54 (33% off)

Like I said: the classics, still the ones to beat. 

European Fit MA-1 Flight Jacket

Alpha Industries amazon.com

$150.00 $127.50 (15% off)

Bomber season is officially in full bloom. 

Terra Di Siena Round Sunglasses

Persol amazon.com

$290.00

$128.10 (56% off)

Yes, you’re going to need a (very good) pair of sunglasses this fall. 

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Commerce Content Manager Jaimie Potters is the Commerce Content Manager at Hearst Magazines Digital Media, where she covers fashion, beauty, tech and more.

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