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 Apex Flex GTX Rain Jacket — Women’s: $100 (56% Off)
This three-layer GORE-TEX jacket has a soft interior layer for warmth and comfort. It’s a great layer for someone who wants to feel fashionable in the city or warm and dry while hiking in the mountains.
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prAna Zion Chino Pant — Men’s: $48-80 (Up to 40% Off)
These are the ultimate men’s pants. Wear them to the office, and they look just like your nice chinos. Then wear them hiking or to the crag. PrAna’s Zion stretch material comes complete with a DWR finish and UPF 50-plus rating, so you’ll be ready for anything.
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Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Hiking Boot — Men’s & Women’s: $60-90 (Up to 33% Off)
I can say from experience that these are a great option for all-around hiking boots. Because these are sturdy, durable boots, they’re great for beginners and experienced folks alike. The waterproof leather holds up whatever the conditions. And the grippy outsoles keep you feeling secure with every step.
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Deuter Race Air 10L Backpack: $78-130 (Up to 40% Off)
Save on this versatile daypack now. According to reviewers, it’s great for biking and a lot of other activities. At 10 L, it’s the perfect size for just the essentials. And the suspension of the pack allows it to sit off of your back, keeping you cooler.
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Kodiak Alma Boot — Women’s: $85 (50% Off)
Looking for the perfect fall boot? You’ve found it. And it’s at such a great price that you probably need to buy these right now. These waterproof, sturdy, cute boots will take you from the office to the trail without skipping a beat.
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By Ilana Newman
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.