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Nano-Air, Jetboil, Axe: Gear Savings of the Week

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Some excellent insulating jackets are on sale this week from Patagonia and The North Face. Plus, a firestarter, axe, and Jetboil stove make the list in this week’s Screaming Deals.

Patagonia Nano-Air — Men’s & Women’s: $125-149 (40-50% Off)

Patagonia Nano Air

Stretchy, breathable, and warm: the Nano-Air is what you want in a layering jacket for active pursuits. Whether you’re skiing, climbing, or hiking, the Nano-Air is intended for high-output sports. It’ll keep you moderately warm as a standalone, and when you start sweating, the insulation will offer excellent air permeability so you won’t overheat.

Gerber Fire Starter: $10 (35% Off)

Gerber Fire Starter

With a ferro rod and metal striker, the Gerber Fire Starter is designed to last 8,000 strikes. Throw it in your pack as an emergency firestarter, or get one as a fun and challenging way to start fires the next time you camp.

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Jetboil Flash Stove: $80 (20% Off)

Jetboil Flash

The Jetboil Flash has a 1L cooking cup perfect for boiling water and making coffee or pasta. It offers an ergonomic handle and sleeve for holding the pot and an improved lid for a better fit on top.

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Gerber Curve Specialized Multitool: $9 (32% Off)

Gerber Curve

 

This stainless steel multitool comes with a blade, screwdriver, file, bottle opener, and carabiner clip. It has a locking handle and measures 2.25 inches closed. That’s a lot of function for only $9!

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High Camp Firelight Flask 750: $100 (20% Off)

High Camp Flask

The High Camp Firelight Flask can hold an entire bottle of wine or 750 mL of your favorite booze. Carry it on your next hike for an impromptu après. The screw cap and cups are magnetic, so you don’t have to fear losing it. And the vessel is insulated to keep your booze at the right temperature.

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The North Face Ventrix: $119 (40% Off)

The North Face Ventrix

With laser-cut vents that open as you move, the Ventrix is one of the more technically advanced insulating jackets out there. We awarded it Gear of the Year last year for good reason. This jacket works as a great layering piece for outdoor pursuits that range from warm to cold, like backcountry skiing, climbing, or backpacking.

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Kershaw Emerson CQC-11K Pocket Knife: $31 (48% Off)

Kershaw Emerson

Get a high-quality blade for a budget price with the Kershaw Emerson Pocket Knife. This folding blade uses 8Cr14MoV stainless steel, holds an edge well, and re-sharpens easily, according to the brand. It was designed as a hunting knife but is also intended for survival, camping, and bushcraft. Kershaw makes great knives, and this one is on sale for a fraction of the original price.

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The North Face Reyes ThermoBall Shirt Jacket: $89 (40% Off)

The North Face Shirt Jacket

This puffy from the North Face has shirt-jacket style. It’ll keep you warm thanks to ThermoBall insulation and has a DWR finish to shed moisture in the occasional rainstorm. Plus, the brand finished it with chambray trim on the inner collar and cuffs for a soft and comfy feel.

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Gerber 23.5-inch Axe: $45 (31% Off)

Gerber Axe

Supposedly, this axe chops three times deeper than the “average” axe. We’re not going to confirm or deny this description, but we do know that the Gerber Axe is 23.5 inches long and comes with a shock-absorbing and grippy handle. The blade has a PTFE coating for wood chopping with minimal sticking.

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