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Backcountry brand apparel and gear will be marked down even more for 72 hours — days ahead of its winter clearance sale.

The Backcountry Seasonal Send-Off Sale is your chance to save another 30% on Backcountry exclusives. The sale runs through Tuesday, February 15.

These end-of-season sales typically have the biggest markdowns you’ll see on core winter gear like base layers and jackets, as well as some hard goods and accessories. Such prices mean the inventory won’t last long, so shop now for the best selection.

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We rounded up some highlights from the Backcountry presale. The prices listed are the current discounts before the extra discount.

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Backcountry Lomond Baselayer Crew & BottomMen’s: From $25 (Up to 50% Off)

Backcountry Lomond Baselayer Crew & Bottom

We’ll start off with base layers because they’re the foundation of most winter recreation. These polyester pieces fit close to your skin to wick moisture and allow room for additional layers. The construction includes offset seams at the shoulders and added stretch.

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Backcountry Spruces Merino Baselayer Bottom & 1/4-Zip Top Women’s: From $57 (Up to 40% Off)

Backcountry Spruces Merino Baselayers

An active baselayer for hiking and skiing in the cold, the merino wool material is bolstered by nylon for durability and to assist with the wool’s natural moisture-wicking traits. And its flatlock seams apply less pressure against the skin.

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Backcountry Hybrid Grid Fleece Pullover — Men’s: From $130 (Up to 30% Off)

Backcountry Hybrid Grid Fleece

This technical fleece combines hard fleece for blocking air and trapping warmth and grid fleece for moving moisture away from sweat-prone areas. It comes with integrated thumbholes for keeping sleeves in place while layering and has a chest pocket for stashing essentials when you wear it on its own.

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Backcountry GORE-TEX Down Parka — Women’s: From $276 (40% Off)

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Backcountry teamed with GORE-TEX to create a fully waterproof down parka. The membrane keeps water out and allows moisture to escape while the goose down traps body heat.

This parka aims for packability when it’s not needed and has several design touches like an adjustable hood, wrist gaiters, and a two-way zipper.

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Stoic 2L Toray Shell Anorak (Men’s) & Shell Jacket (Women’s): From $80 (Up to 60% Off)

Stoic Shell Anorak mens and womens shell jacket

Here are two takes on the 2L Toray waterproof jacket. The 2L Toray Resort Shell Anorak is a styled take on a hard shell, with a baggy fit to allow room for bibs and a puffy underneath. The anorak design includes a zippered pouch pocket, adjustable hem and cuffs, and a helmet-friendly hood.

Likewise, the Stoic Shell Jacket is a waterproof jacket for warding away snow. The full-zip shell has adjustable cuffs, pit zips, and a helmet-compatible hood.

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Backcountry Winter On The Go Pant — Women’s: $50 (50% Off)

Backcountry Winter On The Go Pant

These fleece-lined winter casual pants have some technical chops to hold up to more than just running errands. The stretchy fabric and baggy fit allow for freedom of movement while hiking — or lounging. They even have a DWR treatment to shed light precipitation.

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Stoic Tech Fleece Hooded Jacket — Men’s: $40 (60% Off)

Stoic Tech Fleece Hooded Jacket M

Quite simply, this is a midlayer fleece to hit that middle range of warmth. It’s made with polyester so it can move with you during intense activity and allow moisture to escape. It’s a winter piece that you can wear throughout shoulder season as well.

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Stoic Tech Fleece Jogger — Men’s: From $32 (60% Off)

Stoic Tech Fleece Jogger M

Here’s the men’s take on fleece-lined activewear that you can wear when you’re inactive, too. Stretchy and wicking, these can be worn on the trail, at the gym, or around town on crisp days.

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Backcountry Plinko Ski Touring Pole & Carbon Splitboarding Pole: $70 & $140 (30% Off)

Backcountry Plinko Splitboarding and Ski Touring Pole

The Plinko Ski Touring Pole is made to use in all backcountry touring scenarios. It is made from titanal aluminum for a good strength-to-weight ratio. The foam grips extend down for choking down on skin tracks and lock into place with Komperdell’s PowerLock 3.0 adjustment system.

The Plinko Carbon Splitboarding Pole is made to be light, sturdy, and fully collapsible. Like the ski poles, these also use Komperdell’s PowerLock 3.0 system for a customized length.

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Basin + Range Solid Sweater — Women’s: $49 (50% Off)

Basin and Range Solid Sweater

Basin + Range’s Solid Sweater is a lifestyle piece to wear to work or out with friends. The wool blend offers warmth and has a high mock neck, as well as a shorter hem that stays loose with high- or mid-rise pants.

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Backcountry Exclusives

These are just some of the deals on winter gear and apparel made by Backcountry, often in collaboration with other brands.

We rounded up some of the bestsellers to present a variety of items on sale. There are dozens more, though, so if you saw a style that didn’t quite strike your fancy, check out the rest of the sale.

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This article is brought to you by Backcountry. Shop the entire Seasonal Send-Off Sale to save on gear. 

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