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.
Arc’teryx Procline Carbon Lite Boot: $350 (65% Off)
Okay, so if you’re even remotely in need of a ski mountaineering boot, this is the time to buy. Regularly $1,000, Arcteryx’s Procline alpine touring boot has a Grilamid shell and split carbon cuff design that offers lateral mobility so your foot can move naturally.
The Procline boot also has a heat-moldable liner, integrated gaiter to keep out water and moisture, and a toe cap for rock and ice climbing. It’s also unique in that it offers lateral flex in touring mode.
Overall, it’s a great high-performance boot choice for seriously technical ascents. We’ve skied it a lot and, while not the best boot for downhill performance, it’s a top choice for mountaineers looking for a skiable boot that can tag some of the winter’s toughest-to-reach peaks.
Kelty Large Folding Cooler: $40 (50% Off)
Made from molded foam and 600-denier polyester exterior, this soft-sided cooler is a great addition to any outdoor pursuit.
Camping overnight at the crag? Fly fishing and car camping with friends? This 55L cooler will not only keep all your beverages and foods cold but collapses down to just 6 inches tall.
It’s perfect for flat storage in your car, van, or garage. The Kelty cooler also has haul handles and molded cupholders on the lid.
Patagonia Houdini Snap Pullover — Men’s: $69 (30% Off)
Pullovers have my vote for being some of the most versatile apparel. This one from Patagonia is made from recycled ripstop nylon with a DWR finish to repel wind and moisture.
The classy style includes a snap chest pocket and a kangaroo center pouch that doubles as a stuff sack. And at just 4 ounces, this pullover is a great go-to layer for travelers on the go.