Today’s Bargains: 3 Can’t-Miss Gear Sales

Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each week. Check out the bargains below and save on gear for your next adventure.

Brooks Levitate 2 Road-Running Shoes — Men’s & Women’s: $85 (43% Off)

Brooks Levitate 2 Road-Running Shoes

Looking to amp up your fitness game? These Brooks running shoes are on sale now for a great price.

The Brooks Levitate 2 shoes have Brooks’ signature DNA AMP midsoles, which offer springy support and moderate cushion, as well as perks like a heel wrap and heel tab for protection.

Right now, you can get an additional 25% off these road-running shoes.

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Granite Gear Nimbus Trace 85 Ki Pack — Women’s: $180 (51% Off)

Granite Gear Nimbus Trace 85 Ki Pack

This pack isn’t for quick trips — it’s built for burly adventure. The lightweight yet heavy-duty 85L pack has a women’s-specific height and length in two sizes, plus an adjustable torso and hip belt.

The pack has an internal frame, 60-pound load rating, and 210-denier CORDURA nylon construction. Plus, there are mesh and zippered pockets galore.

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California Cowboy High Water Shirt — Men’s: $81 (40% Off)

California Cowboy High Water Shirt

California Cowboy’s summery, vintage-style shirts have a higher price point but offer a lot. Each High Water shirt is lined with the brand’s breathable terrycloth, has a water-resistant dry pocket, a sunglass loop, a bottle opener, a beer koozie, and bottle pocket for warm-weather aprés.

What more could you want in a high-quality shirt for spring?

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Mary is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and is based in GearJunkie's Denver, Colo. office. She has a degree in English and journalism, and has a background in both newspaper and magazine writing. Her outdoor interests span from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to skiing to pack-paddleboarding. If she's not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.