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!
Exclusive Deal: Chrome Industries Additional 25% Off Sale Items
Use the code CHROME25 at checkout to get an additional 25% off sale merchandise from Chrome Industries. The Mini Buran Messenger Bag featured above would be 47% off and just $75 with the deal. More bags, apparel, and shoes are on sale now.
The North Face Clearance Sale at REI: Up To 40% Off
evergrn Last Call Flask: $12 (52% Off)
This flask holds 8oz. of your favorite beverage and can go pretty much everywhere with you. It’s 52% off at REI right now. Cheers to saving money!
Cotopaxi Sumaco 22L Backpack: $50 (38% Off)
The Sumaco looks like a solid daypack for your commute at home or your adventures abroad. Water bottle pockets, a padded laptop sleeve, and an internal mesh organizer are a few of the features that make is pack even better. Get it now for $50.
Optimus Titanium Folding Long Spoon: $10 (34% Off)
Did you leave your spork at the campsite? Or did your friend steal it? Either way, this $10 camping spoon from Optimus will save the day. It’s lightweight, folds small, and is long so your hand doesn’t get covered in food as you scrape the bottom of your backcountry meal.
Goal Zero LightHouse 250 Lantern: $52 (35% Off)
It’s part lantern, part charger. We used the Lighthouse on several trips and it’s great for car camping and group camping. Having the option to charge a phone or other device makes it even better. It’s currently 35% off at REI.
Gregory Miwok 24 Backpack: $57 (52% Off)
Daypacks are great for their size and versatility. At 24L, the Miwok will stow layers and snacks on day-long excursions. Plus, the expanding front pocket can be used for a rain jacket or bike helmet after your commute. It’s on sale now at REI for $57.
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter: $20 (20% Off)
The LifeStraw is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, and emergency preparedness. It’s lightweight (2oz.) and can filter 1,000 liters of water. We’ve tested them for years (read our review here) and love that they are simple, effective, and are fairly inexpensive at $20.