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Screaming Deals: Outdoor Gear Savings of the Week

This week’s screaming deals highlight the Garmin inReach Mini, a Therm-a-Rest sleeping pad, Carhartt work pants, and Nikon binoculars.

Garmin inReach Mini 2-Way Satellite Communicator: $300 (14% Off)

Garmin inReach Mini 2-Way Satellite Communicator

Alert emergency personnel and your loved ones with the Garmin inReach 2. This 3.5-ounce GPS device provides navigation and pole-to-pole coverage thanks to its Iridium satellite network. The inReach won our Gear of the Year award in 2018.

See the Garmin inReach Mini 2-Way Satellite Communicator

Therm-a-Rest CampDeluxe Sleeping Pad: $40 (50% Off)

Therm-a-Rest CampDeluxe Sleeping Pad

With an R-Value of 5.8, this made-in-the-USA, self-inflating sleeping pad is sure to keep campers warm on chilly nights. Therm-a-Rest’s sleeping pads made in this style last basically forever and are seriously hard to pop. Sleep on this one with confidence.

See the Therm-a-Rest CampDeluxe Sleeping Pad

Patagonia Bivy Down Reversible Vest — Men’s: $75 (60% Off)

Patagonia Bivy Down Reversible Vest

Wear this vest two ways. The Patagonia Bivy vest is reversible and made with 600-fill down.

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Arc’teryx Rush Jacket — Men’s: $455 (35% Off)

Arc’teryx Rush Jacket

Arc’teryx products are hard to find for more than 25 percent off. The Rush Jacket is 35 percent off, and a steal at that. This premium winter hardshell jacket will keep you dry on the wettest of powder days.

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Carhartt Force Extremes Cargo Pant — Men’s: $52 (25% Off)

Carhartt Force Extremes Cargo Pant

These cargo pants are not your typical hot, sweaty, durable pants. The Force Extremes Cargo Pant from Carhartt is made with fast-drying and sweat-wicking fabric. Plus, the brand incorporates stretch and reinforcements into high-wear zones.

See the Carhartt Force Extremes Cargo Pant

Patagonia Nine Trails 26L Backpack — Women’s: $50-159 (Up to 69% Off)

Patagonia Nine Trails 26L Backpack

Comfortable to carry and simple in design, the Patagonia Nine Trails is an excellent daypack. This 26L option comes in a bunch of cool colors and has room for water bottles on the side, a stretch pocket, and a large zippered opening.

See the Patagonia Nine Trails 26L Backpack

Black Diamond C4 Package, 5 Cams #0.5 to 3: $230 (34% Off)

Black Diamond C4 cam 5-pack

Bolster your trad rack or get a setup for anchoring topropes with this five-cam package from Black Diamond. The package includes sizes 0.5, 0.3, 1, 2, and 3 for everything from off fingers to cupped hands.

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Stio Divide Tech Tee LS — Women’s: $52 (25% Off With Code GJ25OFF)

Stio Divide Tech Tee LS

The Divide Tech Tee LS made our list of Best Running Shirts for Women in 2019. It not only protects you from the sun but also provides additional warmth during cool mountain runs.

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Carhartt Force Cotton Delmont Short-Sleeve T-Shirt — Men’s: $16-19 (25% Off)

Carhartt Force Cotton Delmont Short-Sleeve T-Shirt

From Carhartt: “If this men’s T-shirt were a horse, it would be a Clydesdale.” Carhartt makes it with a cotton-poly blend with Force technology to wick sweat and dry fast.

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Nikon Prostaff 7S 10 x 42 Binoculars: $170 (14% Off)

Nikon Prostaff 7S 10 x 42 Binoculars

The Nikon Prostaff 7S 10 x 42 Binoculars have a high-reflective aluminium multiprism coating and multi-turn and slide eyecups. Nikon uses a phase-correction coating for high resolution, and the long-eye-relief design ensures a clean field of view for whether or not the user wears eyeglasses. These come with a 10x magnification.

See the Nikon Prostaff 7S 10 x 42 Binoculars

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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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