As winter snow gives way to spring rain, today's deals include gear to keep people dry, organized and, um … caffeinated? Oh, and if spring break is on the calendar for this month, we're throwing a little shade in classic Ray-Ban style.
5 'Don't Miss' Deals to Start Spring Right
Why we love this deal: Stylish, practical and super cheap (for Columbia), this clearance deal from JCPenney is the perfect jacket to keep wearers warm and dry during April showers.
Why we love this deal: A garage without an organization system is just a giant version of that box of computer wires and cables in the corner of the office -- the clutter just keeps growing -- and this rail-and-hook approach by Rubbermaid averages 4.4 out of 5 stars from more than 930 reviews on Amazon. This could be the perfect solution for taking some of the sting out of spring cleaning.
Why we love this deal: This $72 deal from Jomashop takes more than $60 off the price a sunglass retailer might typically charge for this timeless style. Shipping is slow but free with the coupon code FASTSHIP; browse the site for more deals and get free shipping when checkout totals $100 or more.
Why we love this deal: It offers peace of mind at a great price. Sure, the $100 price tag may not seem like a bargain, but cycling commuters, avid golfers, and people with a hobby that puts them at the mercy of the elements will appreciate the utility of these pull-on rain paints, which fold into a built-in pouch that fits most anywhere. Sweetening this deal: It's part of an L.L. Bean clearance sale offering free shipping on all orders and a $10 gift card on any purchase over $50.
Why we love this deal: Java junkies know how good cold brew tastes -- but only a few know how truly easy it is to make. (Hint: Soak coffee grounds overnight in the fridge.) This $17 deal on Amazon can make the process even simpler with a purpose-designed carafe that comes with a built-in filter for no-fuss, hipster java happiness. At less than the price of roughly five barista-drawn cold brews, this deal pays for itself in no time.
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