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70% Off? Discounts on Ice Shelters, Down Jackets, Power Stations, and More

As January comes to a close, major retailers have doubled down on sales, deepening the discounts.

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REI: Up to 70% Off

Like many outdoor gear vendors, REI has widened its winter sale through January 29. So if you’ve been waiting around for the best winter deals, this might be the moment to pull the trigger.

Several items have now been discounted by as much as 70% on REI’s Handpicked Deals page. Those include the Men’s Outdoor Research Coldfront Down Hoodie. Sold new for $280, this bad boy is now just $84.

Other 70% products include the Mountain Hardwear Polartec Power Stretch Pro Quarter-Zip Top Women’s (now just $45), the DAKINE Barrier GORE-TEX 2L Pants ($90), the Threads 4 Thought Base Layer Set (Kids’) ($22), and Gordini Highline Gloves ($18).

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EcoFlow: Up to 50% Off

Are you in the market for a solar-powered generator or power station? If so, you’ll want to take a look at the current deals from EcoFlow, which is running a sale from January 25 to February 8. It includes steeply discounted prices on some of the company’s most sought-after products, including the EcoFlow DELTA Max.

EcoFlow is offering a 30% reduction in price for both the DELTA Pro and DELTA 2 portable power stations. Buying a DELTA Pro currently costs $2,600 after savings of $1,100. There’s also a 35% markdown on the DELTA 2 Extra Battery. For certain products, buying one will get you a second product at 50% off, including solar panels and batteries.

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Patagonia: Up to 50% Off

Not to be outdone, Patagonia has also boosted its January sale, taking 40% discounted products and slashing them to half price. The company also added new products to the sale, many of them discounted by 40%.

Like REI, Patagonia’s sale ends this Monday, January 29. With lots of cozy winter attire to choose from (and frosty temps still dominating the U.S.), it’s a great time to score some sweet cold-weather gear.

New items include the Women’s Better Sweater 1/4-Zip Fleece, which costs just $83 after a 41% discount. On the men’s side, the Microdini 1/2-Zip Fleece Pullover only sets you back $64 after a 51% discount.

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Columbia: Up to 50% Off

You can always find plenty of stellar deals over at the Columbia Winter Sale, which continues until February 7. The company offers substantial discounts of up to 50% on a range of clothing and gear. This includes coats, snow pants, hats, boots, sweaters, and more.

For a standout deal, check out the Men’s Powder Lite Hybrid Jacket, currently priced at just $72. This versatile jacket, available in four colors, is designed to tackle all weather conditions, with a thermal-reflective lining for keeping you extra cozy during these icy nights.

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Scheels: Up to 50% Off

For everything else on your outdoor gear wish list, there’s likely a discount over at superstore Scheels. During this winter sale, Scheels offers great deals on a wide assortment of gear, with 40% off many shoes, outerwear, and fitness equipment, and 50% off lots of hunting gear.

For those who see harsh winters as an opportunity for ice fishing, today is your lucky day. With steep discounts on augers, shelters, and bibs, it’s possible to save hundreds of dollars on ice fishing’s most expensive gear.

For example, you can buy the Clam Jason Mitchell X-600 Thermal Hub Ice Shelter for $400, instead of the usual $750. It’s also possible to save $200 by snagging the Men’s Eskimo Superior Bibs for just $150 and keep another $280 in your wallet by buying the $350 StrikeMaster Lithium 40V Ice Auger.

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