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Screaming Deals: Gear Savings of the Week

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This week’s screaming deals highlight Black Diamond cams, a 3-in-1 jacket, and MSR Snowshoes.

Glerups The Boot – Camp Sole: $125 (19% Off)

Glerups Camp Shoe

These slip-on wool boots are sure to keep you warm and looking good around the campfire. One of our contributors liked Glerups so much, they’re his go-to après shoe for post-skiing comfort.

Glerups The Boot

MSR Evo Snowshoes: $105 (25% Off)

MSR Evo Snowshoes

The MSR Evo Snowshoes are built for dependebility. Traction bars molded into the deck offer grip in modest slopes and less-than-ideal conditions. And the DuoFit bindings accomodate a wide range of footwear while the bindings are freezeproof and glove-friendly.

MSR Evo Snowshoes

Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1 Jacket: $279 (30% Off)

Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1 Jacket

Everything you need to hit the slopes is in one jacket with the Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1. It combines a waterproof-breathable shell and an insulation layer for warmth. And it all zips together for seamless use. Recco reflectors in the jacket enable avalanche rescue personell to find the jacket with Recco detectors, and the insulation stays warm when wet.

Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1 Jacket

Black Diamond ATC-Guide Belay Device: $22 (27% Off)

Black Diamond ATC-Guide Belay Device

Sometimes, simple is best. The design of the ATC-Guide hasn’t changed in some time — and for good reason. This robust belay device works for singlepitch days at the crag and multipitch alpine adventures. You can belay from the top thanks to its design, and grooves provide extra grip during catches.

Black Diamond ATC-Guide Belay Device

Hestra Army Leather Couloir Gloves: $113 (25% Off)

Hestra Army Leather Couloir Gloves

Hestra is the glove company. Since 1936, the brand has crafted high-quality gloves that last for decades. The Army Leather Couloir glove is ideal for winter sports, has a waterproof CZone membrane, pre-curved fingers for comfortable wear while skiing, and Army goat leather in the palm for durability.

Hestra Army Leather Couloir

Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit Sweater: $105 (30% Off)

Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit Sweater

This traditional fisherman’s chunky sweater is sure to keep you warm and provide the rugged outdoorsy looks you’re after. It’s made with heavy-weight wool and polyester for warmth with a little bit of stretch.

Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit Sweater

Black Diamond Camalot C4: $46 (30% Off)

Black Diamond Camalot C4

Thanks to Black Diamond’s new cams, the old ones are on sale everywhere. These cams on Backcountry.com are among the highest discounts, at 30 percent off. If you’re looking to climb cracks and trad lines, look no further than the Camalot C4 for protection.

Black Diamond Camalot C4

Arc’teryx Kyanite Hoodie — Women’s: $143 (20% Off)

Arc’teryx Kyanite Hoodie – Women’s

This technical midlayer is moisture-wicking and warm with Polartec Power Stretch Pro fabric. It’s abrasion-resistant and has a brushed fleece interior for next-to-skin comfort. And Arc’teryx crafts the Kyanite hoodie with four-way stretch, so move around to your heart’s content in this layer.

Arc’teryx Kyanite Hoodie

Teva Wilder: $103 (14% Off)

Teva Wilder shoe

This Huckberry exclusive is one of Teva’s newest models, the Wilder. It’s a hiking shoe made for any sport that performs like a boot yet feels like a slipper. Sounds crazy, but the mesh upper is quick to dry, the whole shoe is waterproof, and a Durabrasion Rubber outsole yields hiking-boot traction.

Teva Wilder

Patagonia Retro Pile Pullover — Men’s: $64 (50% Off)

Patagonia Retro Pile Pullover – Men’s

Pull on the Patagonia Retro Pile Pullover and feel like you’re wearing a blanket. This double-sided shearling pullover is comfortable next to skin yet fuzzy and soft on the outside.

Patagonia Retro Pile Pullover

Nate Mitka
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Midwest born, Nate Mitka is based in the GearJunkie Denver office. He is an advocate of all outdoor activities and has developed some habits, like running without headphones, eating raw vegetables, and fixing the chain on his ratty old bike.
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