Amazon Prime Day 2021

Gear Deals: Amazon Prime Day 2021 Is on Its Way

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is a whirlwind of online sales. The Amazon website can be chaotic to navigate, with gazillions of selections, so this article focuses on Prime Day’s best outdoor gear deals.

Amazon Prime Day is almost here! It’s our job to help you find the gear you need. We will be searching Amazon’s big sale to find price drops on outdoor gear, apparel, and other useful products.

In the meantime, look below for Prime Day shopping tips and the best Prime Day deals from last year to get an idea of what is to come. Be sure to come back to this article on Monday, June 21, when this year’s deals go live!

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Tips for Shopping Amazon Prime Day Deals 2021

When Is Prime Day?

The sale starts at 12:00 a.m. PT on Monday, June 21, and runs through 11:59 p.m. PT on Tuesday, June 22.

Save Big

To take advantage of all the savings, you need to be an Amazon Prime member. If you haven’t taken the plunge yet, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial.

Getting the Best Deal

Make use of the work we’re doing here. Our team will have a list of the best deals on outdoor gear, tech, pet, and home items once the sale begins. Plus, we will update this article throughout the sale, so check back regularly.

This limited-time shopping event is akin to Black Friday and the deals frenzy is similar, so be sure to shop early for the best deals.

It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement, but it pays to do a little research to ensure that you’re getting the best deal possible. Amazon will offer discounts on outdoor and travel gear plus other items like smart displays, speakers, Amazon devices, tablets, smart home products, and more. Before buying, do a quick search to make sure it’s the lowest price compared to other online retailers.

Do Your Research

Think about what gear you most want to score. Or, what big-ticket items you want to buy at a discount. From the best camping tents and sleeping pads to the best percussion massagers and bike hitch racks, our expert gear guides will help you determine what equipment you need most.

Deals and stock will be changing throughout the sale, so keep refreshing this page for the best Prime Day outdoor gear and home deals.

Scroll through to see all of our favorite deals from last year, or jump to the categories that you’re looking for (Pro tip: some of these products may be on sale again in 2021.)

Best Prime Day Outdoor Gear Deals of 2020

Garmin Instinct Rugged GPS Watch: 50% Off

Garmin Instinct rugged watch

This do-all GPS fitness tracker monitors heart rate, stress, and activity to help you train. It has a three-axis compass, a silicone strap, military-grade shock resistance, and up to 14-day battery life.

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Marmot Long Hauler Duffel Bag: 60% Off


This rugged duffel bag is built for adventure travel. It easily converts to either a duffel or a backpack, and the large zippered opening makes it a breeze to pack. Compression straps save space, and the zippered end pockets keep small items secure.

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Klymit Static V Lightweight Sleeping Pad: 25% Off

Klymit Static VLightweightSleepingPad

Sleep anywhere with this lightweight, packable camp pad. It weighs just 18.1 ounces and packs down smaller than a Nalgene bottle.

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Coleman Classic Propane Camping Stove: 45% Off

Coleman Classic Camp Stove

This Coleman camping stove is versatile, portable and, of course, on sale. The Classic Coleman is also on sale for a whopping 45% off. Read why this stove is one of our favorites here.

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Columbia PFG Long Sleeve Tackle Shirt — Men’s: Up to 60% Off

columbia tackle shirt on sale

Cool off and stay protected on long days in the sun with this GearJunkie favorite long-sleeve tackle shirt. This shirt is made with quick-drying polyester fabric, has 50+ UPF protection, and an assortment of graphics and patterns are on sale.

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Maven Optics C1 10X42mm ED Binoculars: 25% Off

Maven Binoculars

Do you know what’s better than $350 hunting binoculars? Ones that are on sale. These Maven binoculars have a lightweight polymer frame and are great for birding, hunting, travel, and more. Purchase includes a neoprene neck strap, lens caps, and a microfiber storage bag.

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Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS Running Watch: Up to 42% Off

Garmin Forerunner 35 Running Watc

This versatile Forerunner watch measures your heart rate, tracks your steps, and has a built-in GPS to measure how long, fast, and far you run. Whether training for a marathon or jogging a few miles in the neighborhood, this watch will help you get to the next level.

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Thermacell Radius Zone Mosquito Repellent: 20% Off


Say goodbye to pesky mosquitoes with the touch of a button. The second generation of Thermacell Radius Zone Mosquito Repellent covers 110 square feet and has a longer runtime.

Powered by a lithium-ion battery rather than Thermacell fuel cartridges, the Radius is air travel-friendly and fully operational at any elevation. Save 20% at checkout on the blue color only.

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Amazon Gift Cards: Get $10 Back

Amazon gift cards prime day

Everyone can use a gift card. Through October 13 and 14, 2020, members who purchased a gift card ($40 or more) received a $10 credit back to spend on, well, anything. Buy one, give one, save one — this is a great deal.

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With limited quantities and runtimes, these deals go fast. We’ll keep this list updated every few hours, but to snag something popular, be sure to check out the Upcoming Deals.

Harley Schafer

Harley Schafer is a graduate of New Mexico State University and currently resides in southern Germany. Growing up in Oklahoma instilled a love of the outdoors, animals, and adventure. Hiking with her dogs is a favorite pastime, as well as exploring new places and trying new foods.