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35 Under $100 Winter Buys — Get 'Em Before They're Gone

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    We wish winter were on its way out, but we know it's gonna linger. If you're located in the Northeast, like us, there's a full-on blizzard right this very minute. Thanks a lot, Punxsutawney Phil. But, instead of wallowing in those winter blahs, let's look at the bright side: Frigid temps are a great reason to shop. You know you need another pair of shearling boots to replace your salted disasters, or a new duffle coat to toss on top of all your new layers, right?

    Only one problem: Retailers are completely running out of those snow essentials because of this year’s particularly extreme winter. Plus, all the new spring merch is on its way in at warp speed. We’ve managed to scrounge up 35 necessary cold-weather buys to scoop up today, before they’re gone forever. Or, before you succumb to just living in sweats; whatever comes first. From warm parkas to fuzzy hats and cozy knits, each piece ahead is bound to conquer the coldness. And, they’re all priced under $100. We know you're already saving for that summer vacation that can't come soon enough.

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