Christmas is over, and that means sale season is upon us. Where do you even start when every retailer on earth is filled with cut-price goods, though? Well, fear not, for we’re going to do the hard work for you and pick the best bargains from the world’s best sales. Yesterday we brought you our favorite sale pieces from MR PORTER, and now we’re heading to Tres Bien, one of the pioneers of the high-low mashup that’s all the rage these days.

Tres Bien’s calling card is its curation that mixes high-end, boundary-pushing designers with classic menswear and underground streetwear. With prices slashed across the board, you might find a few pieces are within your reach now that sale season has hit.

Here’s ten of our favorite pieces from Tres Bien’s megasale, priced from $43 and up. They won’t hang around forever, so if the goods are all sold out by the time you get to them, don’t say we didn’t warn you. You can always search for the same piece from another retailer — chances are it’ll be reduced there, too.

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A.P.C. Lewis Coat

Every guy needs a wool overcoat in their wardrobe, and A.P.C.’s version comes in a beautiful camel-caramel-beige-sand-ish color. At 30% off, it’s still the best part of $500, so consider it an investment piece — you’ll be wearing it for decades.

adidas Originals x Saint Alfred Gore-Tex Gazelle

The Gazelle is a bonafide adidas classic, and we wouldn’t be surprised if it reached Stan Smiths levels of popularity next year. Saint Alfred’s version of the low-top banger comes with a water-resistant suede upper and a Gore-Tex lining for extra dryness, and that all-sand colorway is just divine.

Tres Bien Classic Shirt

Tres Bien isn’t just a pioneering men’s retailer, it’s also a reliable in-house clothing label. Here the brand’s classic shirting is knocked down by 30%, and this blue striped number will look classy with pretty much anything you can throw at it.

adidas Originals Climacool 1

More adidas heat here. This time it’s the futuristic-robot-sci-fi banger, the Climacool 1, which is reduced and available in almost an entire size run. Channel your inner cyborg.

J.W Anderson Silver Puffer Jacket

Oddball directional designer J.W Anderson presents a bright silver puffer jacket, and it’s filled with goose down to keep you cozy in the freezing winter months. Anderson, being Anderson, couldn’t resist adding a bit of quirkiness to the piece, which you’ll find in the shape of a large rubber snail — his mascot for the FW16 season.

Acne Studios Military Sneakers

After something a little more sturdy from your footwear? Acne’s army-style shoes come with rugged soles and hiker-style D-rings, and a rather lovely colorway of earthy neutral tones.

Brain Dead Basic Instinct T-shirt

Not got the cash (or desire) for some high-end investment pieces? Freshen up for spring with some weirdo graphics from underground streetwear label Brain Dead. Don’t believe what the page says, we tried checking out with this and it is indeed down to $43.

Nike Zoom Spiridon

Everyone needs a plain white sneaker on rotation, and Nike’s Zoom Spiridon comes with a bulbous, teched-out silhouette and jagged sole unit that makes it a million times more interesting than the all-white tennis sneakers that everyone else wears.

Our Legacy 50s Great Sweatshirt

Everyone’s favorite Swedes come through with an all-cotton sweater in a dirty off-white color the brand calls “Nicotine.” The neutral colorway means you can wear it with pretty much anything, but the sweater’s marbled effect adds an interesting dimension that’s so typical of the Swedish label.

Y-3 Qasa Grey

The goth ninja classic is back. This time the Qasa high comes in grey, with a smorgasbord of rubber, neoprene and elastic smattered over its bulbous sole unit.

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Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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