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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 outdoor gear. Many of these closeouts won’t be around for long, so get them now!

ENO CamoNest Hammock: $25 (79% Off)

ENO Camonest

Blend into your surroundings with the CamoNest from ENO. Built to hold 400 pounds yet compress to the size of a softball, the CamoNest combines comfort and function. ENO hammocks will last for years, and this camo-colored one is a great deal.

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Gregory Alpinisto 35 Pack: $60 (70% Off)

Gregory Alpinisto

Carry all of your climbing gear in the durable, lightweight Gregory Alpinisto 35 pack. The size small weighs 3 pounds 3 ounces and can hold 33 liters of gear. On the front of the pack are a stowable crampon pocket and ice-tool attachment points.

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S’well 17 fl. oz. Water Bottle: $28 (20% Off)

S'well bottle

S’well offers insulated water bottles in a variety of prints. Get one with a toucan on it, or a wood grain design. These bottles are triple-walled to keep drinks cold or hot and sport a smooth matte finish.

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MSR PocketRocket 2 Stove: $45 (21% Off)

MSR Pocketrocket 2

The MSR PocketRocket 2 is a reliable camp stove that barely takes up space in your pack. The lightweight folding stove works for most fuel canisters, has an auto-igniter, and, according to the brand, boils water in 3.5 minutes.

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Alps Mountaineering King Kong Chair: $45 (35% Off)

Alps Chair

Relax with a burly camp chair like Alps Mountaineering’s King Kong Chair, designed to hold 800 pounds. It has 600-denier polyester fabric and a powder-coated steel frame, so you know it should last.

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BioLite SolarPanel 5+ & 10+: $69-112 (15% off with code GEARJ15)

Biolite Solar Panel

Harness the power of the sun to charge your devices via USB output with the BioLite SolarPanel. It’s available in 5- and 10-watt models: The SolarPanel 5+ comes with a 2,200-mAh onboard battery and the 10+ with a 3,000-mAh battery. That way you can charge in real time or store power for later charging.

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MSR Flylite 2-Person Trekking Pole Shelter: $105 (70% Off)

MSR Flylite 2

Backpack with trekking poles to set up the MSR FLylite 2-person Pole Shelter. Because this shelter uses trekking poles, the minimum trail weight is a scant 1 pound 9 ounces. Talk about light! Then, guy out the tent for tight and sturdy construction.

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Stuff Sack: $4 (75% Off)

Therm-a-rest stuff sack

Stuff sacks make it easy to condense the size of your sleeping bag. The NeoAir Stuff Sack from Therm-a-Rest is a high-strength option and is treated for water resistance. Use one of these to make better use of your pack’s space and protect your sleeping bag for years to come.

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Kershaw Tension Folding Knife: $20 (43% Off)

Kershaw Knife

Press the thumb stud, and the razor-sharp Kershaw Tension Folding Knife blade deploys. With 8CR13MOV stainless steel, this knife should be quite sharp. The handle is made with durable materials, and it comes with a clicking liner lock.

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Hydro Flask Tumbler 22 fl. oz.: $15 (50% Off)

Hydro Flask Tumbler

Pour your beer in an insulated tumbler, like one from Hydro Flask, and keep your suds cold to the last drop. This stainless steel tumbler should be able to take a beating around camp and continue to insulate your drinks time and time again.

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Looking for more gear savings? Check out this week’s Monday Bargains:

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