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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.
Backcountry Adventure 30L Pack: $ 70 (50% off)
This pack is ready for the trail or your commute, with a tarpaulin outside for durability. The capacity of 30 l is enough for everything you need for a weekend trip or a big day trip. The molded back panel and shoulder straps provide comfort and support.
Carhartt Trade Backpack: $ 26 (25% off)
This no-frills pack from Carhartt makes a great school or everyday backpack and has the brand’s signature canvas look. A DWR coating protects things from light rain, and a front zip pocket provides organization and easy access.
Eddie Bauer Stowaway Packable 45L Duffel: $ 20 (50% off)
This 45 liter duffel bag is perfect for your next weekend (or longer) trip and slips into a bag when not in use. It has a zippered shoe garage and a trolley handle for attachment to a rolling suitcase. Critics find the 200 denier fabric to be light, strong, and durable.
The North Face Griffin 65L Backpack: From $ 195 (Up To 35% Off)
Go on a long backpacking trip or set up a base camp in style with this package. The 65L capacity holds everything you need, but the detachable Summit Pack can be removed for side trips. The lightweight aluminum frame provides structure and support, while the fit is easily adjustable even on the go. The front pocket is accessible with a circumferential J-style zipper.
Osprey Everyday Tote: $ 7 (35% off)
This useful everyday bag can be a shopping bag, après-bag or a purse. Made from leftover fabric from other Osprey packs, you help reduce fabric waste while getting a durable multi-purpose bag. And it costs less than $ 10.
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.