Screaming Deals: Gear Savings of the Week

This week’s screaming deals highlight an awesome trail-running shoe, a wine multitool, and a camping chair.

Rumpl The Original Puffy 1-Person Blanket: $77-129 (Up to 40% Off)

Rumpl The Original Puffy 1-Person Blanket

Rumpl began the technical adventure outdoor blanket trend. The Original Puffy 1-Person Blanket is a durable, water-resistant, compressible blanket for camping or picnics. It uses synthetic insulation, is great for curling up beside the campfire, and packs down to 7.5 x 16 inches.

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Salomon Sense Ride Trail Running Shoe — Women’s: $95 (21% Off)

Salomon Sense Ride Trail Running Shoe — Women’s

The Salomon Sense Ride is one of GJ staffers’ favorite trail-running shoes. It feels very comfortable over long miles, grips well, and doesn’t create hot spots. And one of the best parts of the Sense Ride is its lack of break-in time. Take these kicks out of the box and get running!

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Skida Alpine Hat: $25-36 (Up to 31% Off)

Skida Alpine Hat

Handmade in Vermont, Skida hats provide extra character for your noggin. And they’re warm thanks to a cozy fleece lining and stretchy poly-spandex outer that wicks moisture, keeping your head at the perfect temperature.

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Kelty Deluxe Lounge Chair: $44 (45% Off)

Kelty Deluxe Lounge Chair

I used the Kelty Deluxe Lounge Chair this weekend and have to say, for just north of $40, this chair is a wonderful bargain. It’s comfortable, folds and unfolds easily, and has just the right amount of slouch. Get ready to spend hours beside the campfire in the Kelty Deluxe Lounge Chair.

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Black Diamond Cosmo Headlamp: $18 (40% Off)

Black Diamond Cosmo Headlamp

The Black Diamond Cosmo has what you need in a headlamp. It’s waterproof, boasts 200 lumens, and has a red light mode for perserving your night vision.

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Manduka eKO 5mm Yoga Mat: $53 (40% Off)

Manduka eKO 5mm Yoga Mat

Stretch and move on the Manduka eKo 5mm Yoga Mat and don’t worry about your mat sliding all over the place. It uses natural rubber with enough grip to keep your poses on a stable surface. And the 5 mm of rubber is plenty for comfortable yoga sessions.

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Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie: $83 (15% Off)

Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie

When I first considered the Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie, I thought, $83 for a hoodie, really? But as a user, and buyer, of the 10-Year Hoodie, I can understand the price. This thing is one of the most comfortable hoodies out there. It feels like a hug.

The heavy-weight fabric is supremely comforting, and its form-fitting design is enough to look good around town. Plus, it’s made in the USA.

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Au Sabot Le Thiers — Manche Olivier: $59 (40% Off)

Au Sabot Le Thiers — Manche Olivier

Pop open your next bottle of wine in style with the Le Thiers Manche Olivier from Au Sabot. It has a single folding blade and corkscrew for function. But this beauty shines in its handle materials. The sale includes blades in horn, birch wood, olive wood, and rosewood.

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Mountain Hardwear HyperLamina Flame Sleeping Bag: $120 (50% Off)

Mountain Hardwear HyperLamina Flame Sleeping Bag

The language around the HyperLamina is impressive. According to the brand, the HyperLamina sleeping bag has a welded construction that fuses its insulation to the shell and lining, which eliminates cold spots where you need it most. This 30-degree bag uses synthetic insulation and has tons of technical details to justify its $240 MSRP. Just be glad it’s half off!

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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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