Screaming Deals: Outdoor Gear Savings of the Week

This week’s screaming deals highlight a ski sale, running shoes, and a nice knife at an enormous discount.

10 Hours Left of DPS Skis Summer Sale

DPS Casper Skis

If you’re shopping for DPS skis in the summer, you probably know exactly what you’re looking for. Today is the last day of the brand’s summer sale. You won’t find them this cheap until next year. All special-edition and in-line skis are $200 off (except for kids’ Grom skis, which are $100 off). This means:

  • Alchemist construction was $1,299, now $1,099
  • Tour1 construction was $1,099, now $899
  • Foundation construction was $799, now $599
  • The new Powderworks models are $1,499

See the entire DPS Skis sale

Showers Pass x GearJunkie Sale: 20% Off Sitewide With Code “20off”

Showers Pass sale

ShowersPass is offering 20 percent off its whole dang shebang. From bamboo-merino products to its waterproof socks and gloves, you can snag a solid deal on anything you like. I personally love the waterproof socks for summer wet wading with my fly rod. It’s good stuff. Jump on it. Use code “20off” at checkout to save 20 percent off full-price items.

See the entire Showers Pass sale

Altra Torin 3.5 — Women’s: $88 (30% Off)

Altra Torin 3.5

Available in nearly every size and in three colors, this sale allows you to snag a high-end shoe at a great price. The Torin 3.5 is built for road running, with a nice balanced cushion, a women’s-specific build, and outsole technology that maps the pressure points of your feet.

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Patagonia Better Sweater 1/4 Zip — Women’s: $60 (39% Off)

Patagonia Better Sweater 1/4 Zip

This classic is 33 percent off. And it’s on sale in a ton of sizes and colors. This is a workhorse of a “sweater,” and really, I think of it more as a classy sweatshirt. It’s nice enough to keep at your desk for chilly AC moments and tough enough to be a first layer on a fall day hike.

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Black Diamond Beta Light 2-Person Shelter: $165 (25% Off)

Black Diamond Beta Light 2-person Shelter

If you haven’t carried around a floorless tipi-type shelter in the woods, you’ll be impressed with the amount of weight you can cut. This is a nice entry-level price on a two-person shelter than can set up with your trekking poles. If you want to get more technical, you can add accessories. But for us minimal types, this is a great option.

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Backcountry x BUFF UV BUFF: $18 (30% Off)

Backcountry x BUFF UV BUFF

This fun BUFF is your buddy for keeping that red neck at bay. With built-in UV protection, odor-resistant fabric, and moisture-wicking components, this is your bff for keeping cool while simultaneously keeping burns at bay. Available in three patterns.

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Gregory Sucia 28L Pack: $50 (50% Off)

Gregory Sucia 28L Pack

Need a nice, affordable day pack? Well, Gregory’s got it covered with this little number. The perfect size for a day pack at 28 L, it also works as a gym pack, an overnight bag, or even for shucking the groceries from the store to your casa. It’s got a stretch pocket for keeping wet and dirty gear separate from your clean stuff, and a soft accessory pocket so your shades stay safe. All good things, and only $50. Not too shabby.

See the Gregory Sucia 28 Pack

Marmot Big Rock Chalk Bag: $19 (51% Off)

Marmot Big Rock Chalk Bag

This is a solid price snag on a nice chalk bag. It’s durable, with 100-denier mini ripstop nylon and a fleece interior. The stiff sides allow for easy access, and it’s got a zippered side pocket for stashing your climbing essentials.

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Smartwool Secret Sleuth No-Show Socks — Women’s: $9 (32% Off)

Smartwool Secret Sleuth No-Show Socks

I’m a no-show sock fanatic. I’ve rocked these Smartwools, and they do what the brand claims. They do it so well, in fact, that people will ask you where your socks are. If you’ve never rocked this type of sock, I’ll tell ya that no-shows save both your shoes and your feet while also preventing weird tan lines and unnecessary fabric bulk in summer months.

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Zero Tolerance Hinderer 0566CF Assisted-Opening Knife ZT: $140 (39% Off)

Zero Tolerance Hinderer 0566CF Assisted-Opening Knife ZT

We highlight Rick Hinderer’s knife designs fairly often here at GearJunkie. Why? Because they’re great. And what’s even greater is finding them on sale. The Hinderer is a popular model, with burly CPM-S35VN steel and a compact build for everyday carry capabilities.

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Columbia Wilderness Trail Jacket — Men’s: $70 (50% Off)

Columbia Wilderness Trail Jacket

This light hiking coat for men comes in two colors, but all sizes are currently available in this nice sage green. With fall around the corner, this nice insulated coat is an ideal light layering piece to add to your collection. And it’ll look just as nice in town as it does on the trail. Not bad for 50 percent off.

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Nicole Qualtieri
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Based in Montana, Nicole Qualtieri is GearJunkie's Hunt/Fish Editor. She’s an avid outdoorswoman, and you can find her anywhere from the back of a good horse in Whitefish to solo hunting the breaks of Montana, to backpacking with her border collie in the Absarokas.

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