Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each week. Check out the bargains below to save on gear for your next camping adventure.
It’s Labor Day weekend, which means some of the best deals of the year. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites to fill up your gear closet for the seasons to come. Whether you’re heading to the backcountry or setting up a tent in the backyard, there’s something for everything in today’s bargains column.
Solo Stove Ranger Ultimate Bundle: $345 (40% Off)
A campfire provides the perfect place to gather on any camping trip (as long as fire danger allows!). Solo Stove’s Ranger bundle comes with everything you need for a campfire, in your backyard, or on the go. The shield protects from stray embers, and the stand minimizes heat transfer to the ground. And, you can make s’mores with the included roasting sticks.
Roofnest Sparrow EYE: $2,845 (8% Off)
Okay, so this wouldn’t be a bargain under my normal standards, but roof tents rarely go on sale, so here it is. This waterproof tent fits on any vehicle and pops up in under a minute, according to Roofnest. This tent sleeps two and features large windows so you can fully appreciate the rooftop sleeping experience.
Backcountry x Buff Digi Goat: $10 (50% Off)
An incredibly versatile piece of camping and hiking equipment, a Buff functions as everything from a headband to a face mask. Get this Backcountry-designed one for 50% off now.
Leki Sub 1 Chair: $65 (40% for REI Members With Code EXTRA20)
A folding chair is the camping item that I forget the most, and I always regret it. This one sets up easily and packs into a small bag for storage and transportability. You can even attach a cupholder, something many of these lightweight folding chairs often miss.
Marmot designed the Minimalist jacket to be packable and lightweight with GORE-TEX Paclite. Pit zips and a chest pocket provide other useful rain jacket features. This jacket aims to give you everything you need, and nothing you don’t.
Mountain Hardwear Rook 15 Sleeping Bag: $189 (30% Off)
A 15-degree down sleeping bag for less than $200 is a great deal. And its 650-fill down keeps you warm in this mummy bag. A two-way zipper allows you to air out your feet, while a down gasket keeps your face cozy.