This week’s best outdoor gear deals highlight a fitness bike, a ski jacket, and more.
Reversible BUFF Polar Headwear: $19 (51% Off)
Usually $39, this wintry style of BUFF is on sale now for a great price. You’ll not only get the versatile headwear but also a cozy polar fleece fabric to keep you warm on winter days outside.
The BUFF has microfiber on one side to wick away sweat and polyester fleece on the other, with UPF 50 protection. It comes in your choice of two prints.
NordicTrack S22i Studio Bike: $1,999 (33% Off)
This home studio bike trainer is the best deal we’ve seen all week. The S22i Studio Bike offers a 22-inch smart screen with access to live personal trainers and classes, 20% incline control, and 24 digital resistance levels. Choose from cycling, cross-training, or cardio workouts.
Columbia Whirlibird IV Interchange Jacket — Women’s: From $93 (Up to 53% Off)
This Columbia ski and snowboard jacket is loaded with features: waterproof and thermal reflective fabrics to keep you dry and warm, underarm venting, a detachable hood, a chest pocket, a ski pass pocket, and a goggle pocket. And right now, it’s on sale.
The North Face Lineage Ruck 37L Backpack: $90 (30% Off)
This bag brings the best of both worlds with bold function and style. The 37L backpack, made with recycled ballistic polyester, is large enough for travel, has a laptop sleeve, padded back, and tons of webbing lash tabs. For under $90, you could get a durable, retro-looking travel bag.
Running out of stylish, cold-weather options? Pick up one of Stio’s on-sale flannels. The men’s Miter and women’s Willow long-sleeve flannel shirts are great for layering. The shirts are made with 100% brushed flannel cotton, dyed plaid yarn, flap chest pockets, and a shirt hem designed to go tucked or untucked.
GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press: $22 (37% Off)
One French press to go, please. Using an inner mug with a filter on bottom instead of the classic, intrusive plunger, the stainless-steel 14-ounce Glacier Commuter Java Press delivers joe on the go.
Just add coffee grounds to the outer mug, pour in hot water, let the grounds steep, and you’ve got coffee. Seal in the goodness with the sliding lid.