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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.
prAna Halle Convertible Pants – Women: $ 66 (31% off)
The indoor trousers from PrAna are popular with hikers, climbers and travelers alike. However, when you add a convertible zipper to bring it up to full length with capri pants, you’re ready for all seasons. The stretch Zion material is comfortable, durable and offers sun and weather protection.
Cotopaxi Teca Half Zip Windbreaker: $ 48 (40% off)
Each Teca hoodie is made from leftover fabric and is unique and unisex. Weatherproof and easy to pack, it’s the perfect feather layer for a light breeze or rapidly changing conditions. A large kangaroo pocket with a flap holds essentials and a ventilated back wall keeps you cool.
Backcountry Coville Pant – Men: From $ 40 (up to 50% off)
These breathable stretch cotton trousers are your everyday trousers. A zippered side pocket provides a safe place for your phone or wallet, while the slim fit adds style.
Mountain Hardwear Kor Strata Climb Hooded Jacket – Men: From $ 90 (Up To 60% Off)
The Kor Strata Climb is made for off-season multipitches when you need a jacket but don’t want to wear a lot. The PrimaLoft Gold insulation compresses well and saves body heat. The Pertex Quantum Air fabric is weather and abrasion resistant. Harness-compatible pockets and a helmet-compatible hood make this jacket easy to wear on the wall.
Outdoor Research Hyak Pants – Women: $ 65 (50% off)
For spring skiing or cool fall hikes where you never know what’s going to happen, these softshell pants feature stretchy, breathable material, articulated knees and a folded crotch to keep you moving. The ability to tighten the ankle pull cord allows you to watch your feet, or it can act as a gaiter in snow or scree.
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.