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Screaming Deals: Gear Savings Of The Week

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Our weekly column finds the best deals from across the web to save you money on outdoors gear. Many of these closeouts won’t be around for long, so get them now!

Patagonia Nano-Air Hoody

Patagonia Nano-Air HoodyThis jacket is an office favorite. We even awarded it “top gear of the year” in 2014, read our full review here. It’s a great insulation piece or light outer layer for climbing, running, hiking, and almost anything else you want to do in cool to cold weather. It’s $179 – $209 (30% off) until 1/31. While you’re there, check out the rest of Patagonia’s sale.

Hydro Flask Standard Mouth Bottles

Hydro Flask 12oz Standard Mouth Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle

Hydro Flask makes double-walled, vacuum insulated water bottles. They keep hot beverages hot and cold beverages cold for hours. If you haven’t experienced the magic of an insulated water bottle yet, here’s your chance. You can get a standard mouth bottle this week for 25% off by using the code Standard-25 at checkout — ends 1/31. Available in 12, 18, 21 and 24-ounce sizes.

Big Agnes Rocky Peak 4 mtnGLO Tent

The Big Agnes Rocky Peak 4 is an excellent, high-end car camping tent for up to four adults. It won the Backpacker magazine’s 2015 Editors’ Choice Award, and GearJunkie tested and loved a similar model. It even has internal lighting built-in. Get it now for $300, down from $500 retail.

Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed 600

We tested and love the design of the Backcountry Bed. This three-season version has 600-fill down and weighs 2lb 8oz. It should be comfortable down to the mid-30’s for most people and has no zippers to wake up your fellow campers in the middle of the night. Get it for 30% off now, at just $175 down from $250.

Deuter Women’s Avalanche Airbag

This is a crazy good deal! The Deuter On Top 28 SL provides the added security of airbag flotation in the event of an avalanche. This 28-liter model designed for women has a well-regarded ABS system at an insanely good price. It is big enough to carry all the essentials for a day touring the backcountry and tech to help keep you safe. Get it now from $472, down from $1,200!

The North Face Women’s Aconcagua Jacket

Keep warm in this 550-fill Responsible Down Standard-certified goose down jacket at $120, down from $160. The nice city jacket would work as a backcountry puffy, too, and has a solid 4.6 out of 5 stars out of 285 reviews on Cabela’s.

Tech Compatible, Big Mountain Ski Boots

The Scarpa Freedom is a downhill-oriented tech boot designed with input from big mountain skier Chris Davenport. At 3lb, 8oz., these aren’t super light boots, but light enough for moderate touring. They have a 27º cuff range for decent range of motion on the uphills. But where these shine is the downhill with a stiff 120 flex rating and moldable liner. They are 40% off, available now for $467 down from $780. The women’s version is also on sale (size 21.5 only), at $300, down from $600.

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