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Manliest Men's Clothing Deals: Levi's for $14, Duluth Trading Polo for $18


You know you're a manly man, but how do you share that knowledge with the world? You could wear only the skins of animals you'd beaten in hand-to-claw combat, but that's hardly appropriate for the office. Instead we recommend checking out the manly, yet practical men's clothing deals we've rounded up below. Display your alpha status by saving $12 on a Duluth Trading Co. polo, scoring a pair of Levi's jeans for $14, and grabbing some 5.11 Tactical cargo pants at $36 off.

  1. IZOD Sleep PantsIZOD Men's Flannel Sleep Pants
    Store: JCPenney
    Price: $5.94 via coupon code "HIPHOP" with $2.95 pickup EXPIRED
    Lowest By: $1
    Expires: April 15

    Is It Worth It?: When you were but a manly boy, you probably slept in superhero pajamas. Now that you're grown, your sleepwear should emulate real-life role models. These IZOD sleep pants evoke the stoic strength of a lumberjack in Red Navy or Navy Black Plaid flannel. With their relaxed fit, durable drawstring, and useful pocket, these Editors' Choice sleep pants won't help you fell any trees — but who says you need any help? Coupon code "HIPHOP" cuts them to $6, saving you $28 off list. These sleep pants come in sizes S, L and XL, although not in all size/color combinations.

  2. Volcom Faceted JacketVolcom Men's Faceted Lined Jacket
    Store: PacSun
    Price: $37.49 with $1 s&h
    Lowest By: $38

    Is It Worth It?: Now that spring is here, everyone is abandoning their winter wear, but a man's man has to be prepared for anything. Get the Volcom Faceted Lined jacket in Navy and you'll be ready to look unflappably warm and stylish when a freak blizzard forms out of nowhere. Marked down by $52, this chambray jacket boasts a gray heather hood, front hand pockets, and zippered closure. It's available in sizes S, M, and XL.

  3. Duluth No PoloDuluth Trading Co. Men's No Polo Short Sleeve Shirt or Duluth Trading Co. Men's No Polo Short Sleeve Shirt with Pocket
    Store: Duluth Trading Co.
    Price: $17.99 with $6.95 s&h
    Lowest By: $12

    Is It Worth It?: They say you should dress for the job you want to have. Wearing an all-purpose polo to work will have your bosses guessing: "Does he want to be an IT guy? An engineer? The CEO? Promote this mysterious man!" Whether you opt for the Duluth Trading Co. No Polo shirt in six colors, or the No Polo shirt with pocket in Orange or Turquoise, you're sure to turn heads. A $12 savings, these polos feature heftier 7.4-oz. 100% cotton construction that is virtually stainproof and fadeproof. These shirts are only available in sizes S and Tall L at this price, and not in all combinations.

  4. Levi's 501 JeansLevi's Men's 501 Shrink To Fit Jeans
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $14.36 with free shipping via Prime
    Lowest By: $20

    Is It Worth It?: Before the 1960's, shrink-to-fit was the only type of jeans you could get — and a true alpha male knows you don't mess with a classic. Made to be broken in for awhile before washing, the Levi's 501 jeans in Barbeque Rigid will soon feel like a second skin. At $14, they're a full $20 under the best price we could find in any color. These Editors' Choice jeans are available in select sizes from 38x30 to 46x34.

  5. 5.11 Tactical Pants5.11 Tactical Men's Covert Cargo Pants bundled with the 5.11 Tactical Organizer and Notebook
    Store: LA Police Gear
    Price: $23.74 via coupon code "LAPG" with $9.92 s&h
    Lowest By: $36

    Is It Worth It?: If you're the type of guy that wants his clothes to do more than just look good, then you need these pants from LA Police Gear. For just $24 after coupon code "LAPG", you'll score the 5.11 Tactical Covert cargo pants in four colors. That's $36 under the price of buying these items separately elsewhere! These heavy-duty tactical pants feature hidden seam stash pockets, internal secondary pockets, and a self-adjusting tunnel waistband. They come in select sizes from 30x30 to 44x36.

    Note: These pants are "factory seconds," and will have colors that are slightly lighter or darker than specified by the designer.

    Update: Factory-second merchandise is not eligible for free promotional items on LA Police Gear.

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Marcy pens consumer news stories of all sorts, in addition to adding pithy prose to many of the roundups you see every day. Her work for DealNews has appeared on sites like Lifehacker, the Huffington Post, and MSN Money. She is by far the most metal member of the DealNews staff, and you can see why by following her on Twitter @ThatBonebright.
Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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