Hiker's Dream Knife: Benchmade Bugout Review

Screaming Deals: Outdoor Gear Savings of the Week

This week’s screaming deals highlight the SPOT Gen3 GPS, Topo Designs gear, Stanley Flask, a self-inflating pillow, and more.

SPOT Gen3 GPS Messenger: $75 (50% Off) With Rebate

SPOT Gen3 GPS Messenger

Carry the SPOT Gen3 with you into the backcountry for an additional layer of security. The Gen3 has customized tracking to change the rates from 2.5, 5, 10, 30, or 60 minutes. It uses a vibration sensor to send GPS locations when you’re moving as opposed to standing still, thus saving battery life. And it has an SOS button to inform local response teams of your GPS coordinates. But these are just a few of its features!

The half-off sale only applies with a rebate.

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Benchmade Bugout: $136 (15% Off)

Benchmade Bugout knife

We called the Bugout a hiker’s dream knife in our review. It uses S30V steel and has a 3.24-inch blade. And best of all is the weight. This svelte blade weighs just 1.85 ounces.

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Hiker's Dream Knife: Benchmade Bugout Review
Hiker's Dream Knife: Benchmade Bugout Review

The Benchmade Bugout is a useful, versatile folding knife that weighs less than two ounces. We put this ultralight folding knife to the test for this review. From the Benchmade Bugout's excellent action to its effortless carry and cutting ability, it’s been hard to kick out of the pocket. Read more…

Mountain Summit Gear Self-Inflating 2.5 Camp Pad: $66 (30% Off)

Mountain Summit Gear Self-Inflating 2.5 Camp Pad

This affordable, self-inflating pad from Mountain Summit Gear adds 2.5 inches of padding between you and the ground. Made with self-inflating sponge foam and PVC-coated polyester ripstop, the pad is durable and comfortable.

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Topo Designs Classic 44L Duffel: $83-139 (Up to 40% Off)

Topo Designs Classic 44L Duffel

Haul your gear in style with the Topo Designs 44L duffel. Topo makes the duffel with 100-denier CORDURA fabric for durability and leather accents for a touch of style.

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Stanley Classic Flask: $19 (24% Off)

Stanley Classic Flask

The Stanley Classic Flask holds 8 ounces of your favorite liquid — ahem, whiskey — and is made with an odorless and tasteless design. The Flask uses both a slim profile for portability and a wide-mouth opening for ease of use.

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Patagonia Better Sweater Jacket — Women’s: $95 (32% Off)

Patagonia Better Sweater Jacket

Layer up with the Patagonia Better Sweater, a versatile fleece made to resemble the feeling of knit sweaters. Plus, it comes in a slew of unique colors.

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Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Full Cube Set: $34 (25% Off)

eagle creek Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Full Cube Set

Organize your next packing experience with Eagle Creek pack-it cubes. These organizing sacks are great for stuffing clothing, dirty and clean, into, or miscellaneous travel gear, like chargers, batteries, and toiletries that otherwise might get lost in the bottom of your suitcase.

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Ultimate Survival Technologies Spright Solar Lantern: $20 (21% Off)

Ultimate Survival Technologies Spright Solar Lantern

Brighten up your campsite with the Spright Solar Lantern from ultimate Survival Technologies. With an LED bulb that burns up to 120 lumens, the lantern can run up to 65 hours on “night-light” setting. It comes with a rechargable lithium-ion battery that charges via USB, but it also charges with the solar panel during the daytime.

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Columbia Blue Magic Water Shorts: $20 (50% Off)

Columbia Blue Magic Water Shorts

Dunk your shorts in the lake, and the Blue Magic Water Shorts reveal another pattern. These swim trunks from Columbia are functional and stylish thanks to the hidden pattern.

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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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