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About COMUNE

COMUNE wouldn’t dream of letting you fellows hit the half-pipe in sub-par style. Founded by a group of top skate and snowboard fashion designers who broke away from other labels, COMUNE designs men’s clothing and accessories that blend high fashion with rugged sensibility. From denim jackets and waxed jeans to sweaters, outerwear, hoodies, and more, this energetic company crafts gear that's perfect for a life spent pursuing creative inclinations to the fullest. Whether you're into art and photography or just nailing that rail slide on a Saturday afternoon, COMUNE's got you covered.

Past Sales Featuring COMUNE

Sale Ended April 25, 2011

Spring Outerwear: Up to 80% Off

The temperature may be rising a bit, but it’s not summer yet. And you still need something to stave off the chill in the spring air. We’ve got you covered with this massive collection of outerwear—from casual windbreakers, to trim leathers, to classic trenches. Whatever your style, grab that perfect transitional jacket here and wear it clear through the season.

Sale Ended March 14, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. From footwear to shirting to accessories, we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended November 07, 2010

Shirts, Shirts, Shirts

A stylish man doesn't need an excuse to pull together a natty ensemble, but he does need the proper shirt. Our massive sale has hundreds of button-downs by the likes of Seize Sur Vingt, Calvin Klein, and Gilded Age, as well as polos from a slew of sporty designers. So rest assured: You'll be covered no matter what the occasion—or lack thereof.

Sale Ended March 18, 2011

COMUNE

What all of Comune's clothes have in common is an outsider's appreciation of cool. Chinos are reworked in slim cuts and muted colors, while a flannel shirt jacket comes complete with perfectly off-kilter details like a zippered chest pocket. It's just what you’d expect—and just what you'd hope for—from a group of former skate and snowboard fashion designers.