Today’s Bargains: 5 Great Footwear Deals

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.

The North Face Back-to-Berkeley Low and Mid WP Hiking Boots — Men’s: $81-91 (35% Off)

the north face berkeley boots in low and mid waterproof styles

Snag a great deal on these hiking and backpacking boot styles from The North Face. The Back-to-Berkeley model is waterproof with The North Face’s DryVent membrane, a waterproof leather upper, and OrthoLite footbeds. Best of all, there are lots of sizes on sale.

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G.H. Bass Harlequin Waterproof Duck Boots — Women’s: $49 (30% Off With Code SPRING30)

gh bass duck boots

These waterproof duck boots would be great for damp spring weather. They feature a rubber outsole and comfortable jersey lining, as well as a lace-up design for support.

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Cabela’s Classic Series II Neoprene Boot-Foot Waders: $90 (35% Off)

cabelas waders

Head out with the whole family in these unisex waders. Plus, 200 g of Thinsulate insulation keeps your toes warm in these durable rubber boots, and 3.5mm neoprene keeps the rest of your body warm. Adjustable shoulder straps and a nylon belt help dial in the fit.

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Merrell Siren Traveller Q2 Mid Waterproof Hiking Boots — Women’s: $90 (31% Off)

merrell siren hiking boots

Hit the trail with these hiking boots with a leather and mesh upper. Merrell’s waterproof membrane is designed to keep water out but still maintain breathability. The insole conforms to your foot and features triple-zone arch support, as well as antimicrobial agents to keep the smell down.

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Muck Waterproof Foreman — Men’s: $125 (30% Off)

muck waterproof foreman boot

Whether you need a good work boot for all weather conditions, or just want to walk in the rain, these Muck boots have your back. The oiled leather is waterproof, and a neoprene layer on the tongue adds comfort.

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Ilana is a writer, photographer, and life long learner. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she spends her free time climbing, running, and skiing in the mountains. She is passionate about intersectional social justice work in the outdoors and creating access for all.