Screaming Deals: Gear Savings of the Week

Our weekly column finds the best deals from across the web to save you money on outdoors gear. Many of these closeouts won’t be around for long, so get them now!

Outdoor Research: Up to 70% off

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Outdoor Research is having a clearance sale of men’s and women’s apparel, and gear up to 70 percent off. Check it out here. We included a few top picks from the sale, with more discounts from other brands below.

Outdoor Research Sale

Outdoor Research Uberlayer Hooded Jacket: $189 (40% off)

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A versatile layering piece, Outdoor Research claims the Uberlayer provides the warmth of a puffy and the breathability of a fleece. Wear this under a rain jacket, or as a standalone around camp when it gets cold. Polartec Alpha provides excellent insulation inside, the hood is helmet compatible, and it weighs 1 pound 4 ounces.

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Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hooded Jacket: $77 (40% off)

Protect yourself from intermittent showers or sudden mountaintop gusts with the Ferrosi Hooded jacket. Outdoor Research placed tough Cordura fabric on the shoulders and arms for durability. And the fabric and zippers utilize DWR coating to keep water at bay. Spandex integrated into the shoulders and sleeves makes this jacket flex, and it weighs 11.5 ounces.

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Outdoor Research Dry Sack 20L: $14 (40% off)

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Keep your gear dry with the Current Dry Sack. With 20 liters of storage, fully taped seams, and waterproof construction, the Current Dry Sack will save the day when the rain starts to fall. We love dry sacks at GearJunkie and use them for cameras, phones, paper maps, and food.

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Outdoor Research Callista Tank: $20 (70% off)

Built for summer, the Callista Tank is made for hot-weather adventure. With a poly-lycra blend, this tank will stretch with you and breathe. On the sides is adjustable ruching to dial the fit for your needs.

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ENO Sub7 Hammock: $35 (50% off)

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Sway with the breeze when lounging in the ENO Sub7 Hammock. As the name suggests, the Sub7 weighs 6.5 ounces. It holds 300 pounds and takes up a negligible amount of space in your pack. This hammock is ideal for hikers and backpackers but will work just as effectively in your local park.

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SOG BladeLight Camp Knife: $48 (40% off)

Save your headlamp battery when you use the SOG BladeLight Camp Knife. With six LEDs embedded into the glass-reinforced nylon handle, the BladeLight lets you see what you’re chopping. Included with your purchase is a molded sheath that fits on your belt.

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Iron and Resin Camp Fleece: $60 (50% off)

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Polar Fleece fabric is the secret to the Iron and Resin Camp Fleece’s warmth. The Camp Fleece is for when you need a bit more comfort. Bust it out around the campfire or wear it around the house. With YKK Zippers and wear- and water-resistant fabric panels throughout the build, this fleece should last through many adventures.

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Ultimate Direction Groove Stereo Belt with Bottles: $50 (50% off)

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Keep your hands free, and don’t worry about bounce, with the Ultimate Direction Groove Stereo Belt. Made for logging big miles, the Groove Stereo Belt is comfy and breathable. It comes with bottles and fits a phone and keys with its two exterior pockets.

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KEEN Uneek O2 – women’s: $45 (50% off)

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Don’t judge it by its looks – or do – but one thing is for certain: The KEEN Uneek sandals are damn comfortable. You bet these shoes let your toes cool off, and in our test, we didn’t find the cords caused any chafing. A bungee on top secures the fit, and a high-traction, non-marking outsole ensures grip.

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Brooks Cascadia 12 Trail Running Shoes – men’s & women’s: $101 (22% off)

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Cushion, traction, and fit make the Brooks Cascadia 12 a solid choice for trail running. Brooks’ proprietary Pivot Post system on the forefoot ensures stable toe-off and flex in the front of the shoe. Its cushioning midsole dynamically adapts to your every step on a variety of terrains. And rugged outsoles round out the build, made to grip on wet and rooty terrain.

Mountain Hardwear Rogue Composite 3-in-1 Jacket: $225 (50% off)

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The best time to buy winter apparel is in the off-season when prices drop dramatically. The Rogue 3-in-1 from Mountain Hardwear is a waterproof-breathable winter jacket for skiing and winter adventures. It’s built with mechanical stretch and has Polartec Alpha insulation, VaporDry waterproofing, and RECCO avalanche rescue sensors. It comes with a powder skirt, water-resistant zippers, and a helmet-compatible hood.

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