Cooler weather is just ahead, and right now you can save a big on items from popular brands like Patagonia, The North Face, and Smartwool.
Backcountry is dropping prices on vests, hoodies, boots, and other fall staples. Round out your gear closet with these stellar deals while supplies last.
Backcountry.com’s Semiannual Sale Continues
Patagonia Nano Puff Insulated Jacket — Men’s: From $119 (Up to 40% Off)
If you’re reading this, there’s a decent chance you were thinking about buying a Nano Puff last winter. Now’s your chance to save on this perennial favorite.
Patagonia Baggies Light Short — Men’s: From $39 (Up to 20% Off)
If you’re around the water, you can ride out the rest of the summer in comfy pull-on shorts and wear them around the house well into fall. They’re made for the water yet have a DWR treatment to repel it. The vertical pockets are intended to create less drag than their traditional counterparts.
A base layer stylish enough to wear on its own, the crew fits close to the body and has flat seams to prevent rubbing you the wrong way. The merino fabric is naturally odor-resistant and regulates temperature and moisture.
Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Vest — Men’s: From $69 (Up to 30% Off)
A fleece vest is a staple for crisp evenings. On hikes, the vest lets you release heat under your arms or all at once by unzipping the front. Two zippered pockets allow you to stash gloves or warm your hands.
The North Face Campshire Pullover Hoodie — Men’s: From $120 (Up to 20% Off)
With a sherpa fleece body and roomy fit, this hoodie is all about comfort. There’s a kangaroo pocket for warmth, a zippered pocket for storage, and elbow pads for a durable touch of style.
The North Face Get Out There Pullover Hoodie — Women’s: From $45 (Up to 65% Off)
Here’s a deal on a sporty hoodie you can wear anywhere. There’s stretch in the paneling for movement, and it’s insulated enough to keep out cold air. The three-panel hood and elastic cuff and hem will keep it close to your body.
The Atom LT will take you from fall into winter. The light insulation emphasizes breathability for skiing, climbing, or hiking and helps it work as a midlayer when less active. Stretchy side panels let you twist and shout on your way up or down a hill.
This lightweight hoodie will keep you warm on crisp mornings before you start a workout or post-work errands. The thumbholes will help keep your hands covered on colder days.
Late-fall rides call for tights just as often as March rides, and we’ve found two (different) tights on sale.
The men’s Pursuit tights are insulated and rebuff light sprays of water or rain. Its chamois is padded with long-distance base miles in mind. The women’s Elite Escape tights have fleece insulation and also have a water-resistant treatment.
They come without a chamois to use with bibs or other activities.
Mountain Hardwear Rhea Ridge Parka — Women’s: From $138 (Up to 50% Off)
At 600-fill down, this is far from a fall jacket, but you can save big on last year’s parkas available in several sizes and colors. It fits loosely and has a long hem to cover below the waist. The ripstop outer also has a weather-resistant treatment to handle snowflakes or light drizzle.
The North Face Ballard Lace II Boot — Women’s: From $84 (Up to 30% Off)
These full-grain leather boots are made to withstand fall rains and slushy winter storms. Rubber lugs on the soles are designed to grip ice and prevent transferring that cold into your boots.
Sorel Slimpack II Lace Boot — Women’s: From $120 (Up to 17% Off)
Here’s a take on waterproof duck boots that adds a little lift thanks to the wedge heel. There’s an EVA footbed for support and a rubber outsole for wet-weather traction, topped off with a fleece lining.
Marmot Midweight Meghan Hoodie — Women’s: From $41 (Up to 45% Off)
A base layer that works as a midlayer, this midweight hoodie has flat-lock seams and is made for next-to-skin wear. Built with high-output fun in mind, this piece will let you easily slide on a coat when needed.
Patagonia June Lake Jumpsuit — Women’s: From $97 (Up to 30% Off)
Jumpsuits are on-trend. And jumpsuits on sale just make sense. Spaghetti straps and wide legs get you plenty of airflow, and the Tencel fabric should help you stay cool and dry.
These are just some of the added savings during Backcountry’s Semiannual Sale. Shop now to find more deals.
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