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Where to get a sweater like presidential debate star Ken Bone's

By now it's pretty clear who won Sunday night's presidential debate: Ken Bone. The guy with the cuddly red sweater is trending on Twitter as a nation weary from months of political mudslinging embrace the one figure everyone can support.

The lovable, self-effacing Midwesterner suddenly has more than 27,000 followers even though he's tweeted just 18 times, including this post that referenced the "Gilligan's Island" theme song:

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Now what we want to know: Where can we get that sweater?? Here are a few options.

Venerable American brand JCPenney has this snappy Izod number on clearance. HURRY. (You know people are already thinking of being Ken Bone for Halloween.)


BTW check out this quick tutorial on how to totally win at social media, courtesy of Izod:

This one from Charles River Apparel is also a bargain at $33, and seems to most closely exude a Ken Bone aura. The nation's newest Internet star is an undecided voter. Sort of how this sweater model is undecided on whether to put his hand in his pocket:


Lord & Taylor has this sporty one listed at $98.50. It's especially cheery and bright.


 This one at Joseph A. Bank is $269 which sounds kind of pricey for a sweater. But it's cashmere and in proud Jos. A. Bank tradition, it's buy one, get one free:


This one from Vineyard Vines is $80.99 and taught us a new term: Proutsneck. What is that?


Don't worry ladies, here's one for you. REI has the Patagonia "Better Sweater" available in Rambling Red:



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