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The Weekend Sales Rundown

Men get some help on where to shop



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    These men are a little bit too excited about the pants they just found on sale at Cordarounds.

    Here we bring you the weekend rundown of sales across the Bay Area. Why? Because men need clothes too. Whether you're into high end fashion or you have bought into the hipster lifestyle, we have you covered.

    Head to Toe Gear: 50 percent off at Jack's on Chestnut and Jack's Downtown
    At 2260 Chestnut St and 666 Post St

    Hit the Marina man-tique for half off all current season's stock, e.g., mature monotones from Helmut Lang and stripey cardigans n' sporty coats from Marc by Marc Jacobs. Also, there're cheap kicks from brands like PF Flyers and Clae, and the sale extends to the brand new downtown outpost at 666 Post, giving Jack even more reason to sell his sole.

    Scope all Jack's brands at

    Silly-Cheap Haute Gear:
    80 percent off at Modern Appealing Clothing
    387 Grove St, btwn Gough and Franklin; Hayes Valley; 415.862.3011

    The biggest sale ever at M.A.C. consists of high-end European Spring threads from the likes of Jil Sander (slender sport coats and rugby-ish long sleeve jobs in bold primaries), Dries Van Noten (classy double-breasted full suits and tailored checked trousers), and Martin Margiela's vaguely military button-downs n' trenches executed in creamy browns that pair nicely with a luxurious pair of taupe Depends.

    Dank Friendly Gear: Up to 50 percent at Skunkfunk
    302 Valencia St, at 14th; The Mission; 415.401.7983

    Espana's own weed-inspired Skunkfunk's unloading earth-toned Spring duds at their Mission outpost; expect shorts n' button-downs with oddly placed pockets, loose-fitting denim and outerwear with cleverly askew lines, and hats n' accessories of the same quirky ilk, provided the clerks stopped watching Futurama long enough to stock the shelves.

    Get funky at

    Gear, Gear, and More Gear:
    Up to 80 percent off at

    The SF e-tailer's slicin' prices on everything from Fiberops' uber-soft thick fleece cardigans, to mod rocker shades by Ksubi, to cotton twill "Cavalry" trousers by YMC, to street-ready, quilt-patterned hoodies by Public School, a place you always wanted to go, if only your stupid dad wasn't so rich!

    Score that gear at

    Learn to Love the French Gear: 50-60 percent off at Yves Saint Laurent
    166 Maiden Ln, btwn Grant and Stockton; Union Square; 415.837.1211

    Steals on top o' the line YSL duds: plush cashmere suiting in classy grey scale; messenger-style carryalls in soft caramel leather; threadbare sweaters that threaten to fall apart on you in a way that nonchalantly says, "I'm dressed in Yves Saint Laurent for now so I do not caaaare", but in a hilarious Pepe Le Pew accent.

    Dare you to look down your nose at

    Actually, It's Dutch Gear: 50 percent off at G-Star Raw
    76 Geary St, near Grant; Union Square; 415.398.5381

    U. Square's moddish utility gear hawkers're making room for fall with half off everything from jean jackets w/ jagged lapels and military pockets, to minimalistic plaid cotton button-downs, to denim so raw, it's G-Star raw.

    Get with the G at

    Cheeky Leg Gear: 30 percent off Cordarounds

    30 percent off all the oddball, Frisco-based outfit's pants, including contrast front/back pocket seersuckers in blue, yellow, and red; soft, finely check'd "checkerounds" in white/black and green/white; and the diabolically horizontal "sideflash" cords with brilliantly bright designs sewn into the inner fly -- they're so flashy, people won't even notice that you are too.

    No dull slacks at