The Best Last-Minute Deals
Nothing beats getting great outdoor gear for cheap. Which is why we’ve been following REI’s Winter Sale so closely. The deals end on Monday, but in the meantime, here are a few great ones that might not last the day.
Patagonia Men’s Better Sweater Quarter-Zip Pullover ($69)
It looks like a cotton sweater, except its fleece.
CamelBak Podium Chill Insulated Water Bottle ($6)
Designed with long rides in mind, the CamelBak Podium Chill keeps your drink cold for twice as long as an uninsulated bottle.
Jetboil Flash Cooking System ($65)
The backpacking stove you had your eye on all summer—the one with a heat-indicating wrap and push-button igniter.
Smartwool Liner Tech-Compatible Gloves ($17)
Smartwool’s Liner gloves are touch-screen compatible and the merino-synthetic fabric is soft and durable.
Patagonia Men’s Fjord Flannel Shirt ($63)
Patagonia’s classic flannel is simple, soft, and woven with thick organic cotton.
Patagonia Men’s Cotton Quilt Snap-T Pullover ($105)
With snap collar and a snap pocket, plus a cotton-poly blend fabric, it’s hard to beat this as an everyday layer.
Patagonia Men’s Torrentshell Rain Jacket ($90)
Weighing less than a pound and built with Patagonia’s time-tested 2.5-layer waterproof membrane, there’s no reason this jacket shouldn’t be in your pack.
Patagonia Lightweight Black Hole Gear Tote ($36)
Made from tough ripstop nylon, this tote will seriously improve your organization game.
Osprey Men’s Atmos AG 65 Pack ($195)
Big enough to carry all your gear, and so comfortable it’ll feel like you forgot something important.
Kahtoola Microspikes Traction System ($55)
These packable, burly spikes are essential gear when running or hiking when snow is in the forecast.
ENO SingleNest Hammock ($45)
It weighs only a pound and comes with its own easy-to-pack stuff sack.
Kodiak Women’s Surrey II Boots ($125)
Waterproof, insulated retro-style boots keep you looking sharp and your toes toasty.
Mountain Hardwear Men’s Ghost Whisperer Hooded Down Jacket ($245)
Everyone who goes outdoors should own a lightweight down jacket.
Leatherman Skeletool KBx Knife ($19)
A stainless-steel lockable blade for less than 20 bucks.
Adventure Medical Kits Elastic Bandage First-Aid Kit Refill ($4)
Does your first-aid kit have enough bandages? Are you sure?
Smartwool Women’s NTS Mid 250 Zip-T Base Layer Top ($70)
The all-merino fabric is soft and breathable, and the zip neck dumps heat when you’re working hard.
Darn Tough Women’s Light Hiker Quarter Socks ($14)
Socks durable enough to survive long hikes and the worst your washing machine can throw at them.
Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp ($45)
A 130-lumen light that can run on a USB-rechargeable battery or regular AAA’s.
Vasque Men’s Lost 40 Winter Boots ($135)
Waterproof leather and softshell uppers matched with a grippy Vibram sole.
REI Co-op Women’s Magma 850 Down Jacket ($130)
This 850-fill down jacket is very warm and very packable.
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November 17, 2017 at 10:13PM