The Moto 360 Sport first showed up in stores in January, at the high price of $299.99 USD. Just four months later, it was removed from the Google Store, and the price has continued to drop since then. Now you can grab the Flame orange model for just $89.99 and the White model for $99.99, a massive $110 and $100 drop respectively from the later $199 MSRP.
If you are unfamiliar, the Moto 360 Sport is a second-generation Moto 360 redesigned for sport use. Alterations from the normal 360 include a transflective LCD for better outdoor viewing, a silicone band, GPS, and a slightly different case design. The catch is that Motorola has not confirmed it will receive the Android Wear 2.0 update next year. With the company not planning any future wearables, future updates for this device are uncertain.
Possible lack of updates aside, the Moto 360 Sport is a pretty decent Android Wear device. The sales page states "limited supply at this price," so if you're planning to buy one, you should do it soon.