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Great outdoor gear at an incredible price: that’s our goal every week. Check out the bargains listed below and save on gear for your next adventure or leisurely time at home.
Teva Ember Moc Slippers – Men’s & Women’s: $ 60 (20% off)
OK, I know 20% off isn’t quite your typical bargain price, but these are worth it and they haven’t been on sale all season. If you work from home and want your toes to stay cozy while sitting at your desk, yet still provide enough support and traction to go to the grocery store or check the post office, these are your shoes. I don’t think I’ve taken mine off since November. Take them camping and wear them as a shoe or slipper.
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Columbia Steens Mountain 2.0 Fleece Jacket – Men: $ 30 (50% off)
This classic fleece is currently available at an affordable price. Although advertised for men, this is a jacket that either gender can appreciate! Large zip pockets and a high collar to keep the cold out keep you cozy inside and out.
Outdoor Research Arete Gloves – Men: $ 58 (41% off)
Get these $ 100 worth of technical winter gloves for nearly half today. Designed with skill in mind, these gloves are great for mountaineering, skiing and much more. They have a waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX insert, a synthetic grip on the palm, synthetic insulation and pockets on the inner gloves for heat cushions.
REI Co-op Wallace Lake Flannel Shirt – Women: $ 30 (50% off)
Grab this soft, medium-weight flannel now at a great price! Critics say it’s the perfect layer to wear when temperatures drop or the wind picks up. The shirt is buttoned, with press studs at the top and pockets that can also be buttoned to close.
Under Armor Porter 3-in-1 Update Jacket – Men: $ 120 (40% off)
With this Under Armor jacket you get a softshell, a fleece and a winter jacket in one. The inner jacket is a quick-drying fleece that can be worn separately or as insulation for the entire coat. The shell is made of two-ply twill on the outside and taffeta on the inside. The company’s own ColdGear technology ensures heat storage. Some customers say it is small.
By Ilana Newman
Ilana is a writer, photographer, and lifelong 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 in the open air and creates access for all.