Barking Irons Moving Sale

— Tue, 19th June 2012 —

This is great. For the first time in a long time, Barking Irons is hosting a sale, and we’re told it’s a big one. Thursday through Saturday, 6/21-6/23, expect up to 80% off wovens, polos, pull-overs, tees, and jewelry. Also, on Friday from 7pm-9pm, they’ll be serving beer and wine.

Also! The first 20 guys who buy something (anything), get a free tee with one of the brand’s bad-ass prints. (Retail price: $40.) Just remember to mention the “The Beggar” at checkout.

Barking Irons Moving Sale – 161 Bowery btw Broome & Delancey – 4th fl – Thur 11am-7pm, Fri 11am-9pm, Sat 11am-7pm – 212-226-1107 – Map

  1. I stopped by this afternoon and had a good run of it – nice selection and really nice guys. I picked up a few t-shirts and polos (really interesting prints/detailing and very nice fits) and a couple of pairs of pants. There are only a few pairs, and they’re all in the 29-30 range. It’s worth a trip for the shirts, and it’s definitely worth checking out the pants if you’re there.

  2. i went today and i bought a nice t-shirt for 18 dls that was a selection of nice prints and polos and the guys are very nice.


  3. For some reason, there contenuis to be a discussion about whether or not conservative, free-market principles are a good thing for the economy. Countless thousands of words from some of the greatest minds in the world have explained the premise over and over again, but somehow the liberals just don’t seem to get it. It’s frustrating. But my friend, Chrissy, over at Polination, has cut through the rhetoric with one of her awesome graphics that describes the reality clearly enough for even a caveman liberal to understand:This graph provides a very clear demonstration of the difference between Republican and Democrat economic policies. Republicans trust the free market. Democrats trust big government.Despite an economic bubble burst AND a major terror attack on our own soil, Bush proposed and a Republican majority Congress passed tax cuts for everyone. This action was followed immediately by an increase in jobs.Then Democrats took over the majority in Washington and the housing bubble burst. No major terror attack or worry if we will go to war or not. In fact, by 2008, when the downturn in the economy really got rolling, the war in Iraq was mostly over and, despite what the media and Democrats were blatting, we had won.