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Great outdoor gear at an incredible price: that’s our weekly goal. Check out the bargains listed below and save on gear for your next adventure.
Solo Stove Grill Ultimate Bundle: $ 500 (35% off)
Have a family BBQ in the back yard when the weather warms up and it becomes easier to gather again! The Solo Stove Grill can be set up, heated and cooked for dinner in less than 30 minutes. The 360 degree airflow design creates perfect conditions for cooking and is made of stainless steel. It made our list of best portable grillsSo, hop on this big business now.
prAna Hatcher Flannel: $ 27 (70% off with code FLANNEL70)
This medium weight flannel is perfect for the spring shoulder season when you’re never quite sure whether you’re getting too hot or too cold. It is made of organic cotton and has two breast pockets that can be buttoned. Note that this flannel has a slim fit. So if you’re looking for a larger fit, consider increasing the size.
Outdoor Research Face Mask Kit: USD 10 (50% off)
Incredibly breathable and with room for a filter, this mask is great for outdoor activities that require you to wear a face covering. A nose wire and adjustable ear hook make this easily adaptable for different faces. The hard-wearing polyester fabric wicks away moisture and lasts over 10,000 washing cycles.
To-Go Merchandise Classic Bamboo Utensil Set: $ 10 (34% off)
Made from bamboo, these utensils are easy to transport for a work week lunch or a weekend getaway. A fork, knife, spoon, and chopsticks provide everything you need for any meal. The compact housing is made of recycled plastic and contains a carabiner.
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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 outdoor social justice work and creating access for all.