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.
When it’s so cold that you need an extra layer, but you will be moving and sweating, reach for the Refuge Air Hoodie. According to Outdoor Research, this layer moves moisture when you start to sweat, and thermoregulation technology keeps you dry and comfortable. The jacket also compresses into a pocket and packs down small for when you no longer need it.
Gregory Quadro Hardcase Roller Luggage: $94 (50% Off)
Made for rugged travel, this suitcase features a polycarbonate shell and multidirectional wheels. Inside, a dirt-, vapor-, and odor-resistant compartment separates dirty outdoor gear from clean clothes. This 22″ size fits carry-on regulations on most airlines, but if you are looking for a larger suitcase, try the 30″ model.
Eddie Bauer Polar Fleece-Lined Pull-On Pants — Women’s: $54 (40% Off)
Feeling that chill in the air? These polar fleece-lined pants still have everything you need to get after it. The polyester/spandex shell provides stretch and also includes a DWR finish for stormy days. Cinched ankles and a zippered pocket finish off these wintery pants.
Smartwool Ripple Ridge Half-Zip Sweater — Men’s: $70 (51% Off)
Merino wool isn’t just for the backcountry! This soft half-zip looks great at the office but is comfy enough to just wear around the house. The blend of merino, nylon, and acrylic makes for a soft-to-the-touch and durable sweater.
These 2-layer backcountry shell pants are perfect for a variety of winter sports. The Blackpowder pants feature a slimmed-down and streamlined fit designed for touring, with a polyester and taffeta lining for comfort and warmth. The pants also have nylon scuff guards, articulated knees, an avy beacon pocket, and plenty of zippered pockets.
Addaday Knot Bad Cane Massager 2: $15 (53% Off)
For less than $20, this is the recovery tool for any budget. The two hooks allow you to reach all the way to those hard-to-massage spots to work out all the kinks. Knot too shabby!