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Screaming Deals: Gear Savings of the Week

This week’s screaming deals highlight a Mystery Ranch Pack, an insane Eddie Bauer sale, an MSR Tent, and an affordable dive watch.

Eddie Bauer Downlight Stormdown Jacket — Men’s & Women’s: $75 (70% Off With Code)

Eddie Bauer Downlight Stormdown Jacket

This Eddie Bauer sale is ridiculous. The brand is offering 50 percent off already-on-sale clearance items with the code “april50.” That leads to stupid-low prices for gear like the Downlight Stormdown Jacket, which offers a high-quality 800-fill down that retains loft when wet.

The Stormdown was already a good deal on clearance for $149. But the “april50” code makes it that much better.

You can use the code on any of Eddie Bauer’s numerous clearance items.

Bontrager Specter WaveCel Helmet: $120 (20% Off)

Bontrager Specter WaveCel Helmet

Bontrager claims to have crafted the world’s safest cycling helmet by integrating WaveCel technology. WaveCel promises to be 48 times more effective at preventing concussions than traditional EPS foam. And now, the safest helmet is on sale.

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Bontrager WaveCel helmet
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Kammok Bobcat 45-Degree Down Travel Quilt: $159 (20% Off)

Kammok Bobcat 45-Degree Down Travel Quilt

The Kammok Bobcat has myriad uses. You can snap it together to form a sleeping bag, lay it flat as an outdoor blanket, insulate the top or bottom of hammock, or use it as a comforter at home.

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Momentum Watches Torpedo Blast 44: $70 (29% Off)

momentum torpedo- watch

When we saw this watch on sale, we had to do a double-take at the original MSRP. For a watch that looks this good, $70 appears to be a steal. Momentum Watches assembles all of its watches by hand in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Torpedo Blast 44 is water-resistant to 200 m and has Japanese quartz movement.

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The North Face Venture 2 Jacket — Women’s & Men’s: $50-54 (55-58% Off)

The North Face Venture 2 Jacket

The North Face Venture 2 Jacket is a waterproof and windproof jacket with fun colors and a low, low price. It has a relaxed sillhouete, a DryVent membrane, and underarm vents if you heat up.

MSR Elixir 2-Person, 3-Season Tent: $187 (25% Off)

MSR Elixir Tent

This two-person, three-season tent has a dialed construction. It has vestibules to store gear and shoes, mesh panels that ventilate your breath overnight, and color-coded poles for easy setup. And it weighs 5 pounds, which breaks down to 2.5 each for you and your backpacking partner. Not bad!

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Mystery Ranch Urban Assault 21L: $85 (39% Off)

Mystery Ranch Urban Assault 21L pack

Mystery Ranch creates a funcitonal, comfortable, high-quality, durable pack with its Urban Assault. With a three-zip closure, you can easily access all the pack’s contents, no matter where you put your gear. The exterior is built with tough 500-denier CORDURA that should stand up to abrasions. And it fits laptops up to 15 inches.

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Mammut Wall Rider Climbing Helmet: $90 (25% Off)

Mammut Wall Rider Climbing Helmet

Protect your noggin from rocks and other hazards while climbing in the Mammut Wall Rider Climbing Helmet. With an EPP core and partial hardshell, this helmet is not only protective, but also adjusts easily and vents well. It has clips for headlamps and interior padding for the comfort of the climber.

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Salomon Sense Ride Trail-Running Shoes — Men’s & Women’s: $85-95 (21-29% Off)

Salomon Sense Ride Trail-Running Shoes

The Salomon Sense Ride is an awesome trail-running shoe for short-to-mid-distance runs. It feels super comfortable to run in and grips trails exceptionally well. I’ve tested this shoe: For runs up to 25 miles in length, I found it held up to rocks and brush on the trail and stayed comfortable doing it.

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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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