The Best Deals on Outdoor Gear and Clothing

The hiking, camping, and outdoor gear deals you need

A snowy look of Yosemite National Park's Tunnel View. (Angel Origgi/Unsplash)

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we earn an affiliate commission that helps pay for our work. Read more about Outside’s affiliate policy.

Hi, I’m Emily Reed, an online gear editor at Outside. I have spent the past four years educating and helping people gear up for their outdoor adventures. Each week I scour the web for the best gear deals. I look for products that I’ve tested and am comfortable recommending to family, friends, and staff. The goal: to share the best deals on the best products. Come back next Monday for the latest offerings, and send any requests my way via our Facebook Gear page. 

About Our Deals Coverage

We work with top retailers and brands to find the best deals on outdoor gear. Then our editors and writers carefully review the sales to select the products we’ve used and trust. When you click a Buy Now button in this story, it will take you to the brand whose sale we’re covering.

Review our affiliate link policy

Gerber Curve Blue Specialized Multi-Tool ($9; 32 percent off)

(Courtesy Gerber)

Made for everyday carry, this multitool is packed full of gadgets like a screwdriver, blade, file, bottle opener, and built-in carabiner clip. The minimalist design ensures you don’t have extra weight where you don’t need it. 

Buy Now

Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS Watch and Heart-Rate Monitor ($140; 17 percent off)

(Courtesy Garmin)

Whether you’re training for your next marathon or simply want to be more connected, the Forerunner 35 offers a wrist-based heart rate, all-day activity tracking, smart notifications, and vibration alerts. 

Buy Now

Sponsor Content: L.L.Bean

The L.L.Bean Mountain Classic Fleece ($60)

(Courtesy L.L.Bean)

Stay snuggly this season with the L.L.Bean Mountain Classic fleece. Made with 100 percent recycled fleece, it’s gentle on the planet while keeping you warm and cozy. 

Buy Now

Keen Terradora Mid WP Hiking Boots ($98; 30 percent off)

(Courtesy Keen)

Keen’s first hiking-boot option specifically for women, the Terradora is a great shoe for those with a smaller foot last. The midrise of the boot provides more ankle protection, and the internal waterproof membrane keeps your feet dry for hours. 

Buy Now

Arc’teryx Men’s Acrux SL Approach Shoe ($127; 25 percent off)

(Courtesy Arc'teryx)

The Acrux is a solid-approach shoe with a decent amount of stability for rolling over rocks. The interior’s sock-like fit makes it super easy to slide on and off between climbs. 

Buy Now

GoTenna Mesh Text and Location Communicator ($125; 30 percent off)

(Courtesy GoTenna)

Never lose contact with your friends in the woods again with this communication set. The Mesh lets you send texts, view maps, and share GPS locations from your smartphone without cell or Wi-Fi service.

Buy Now

The North Face BTTFB 26-Liter Backpack ($74; 25 percent off)

(Courtesy The North Face)

Made from tough 420-denier nylon, this bombproof backpack will last for years. Its interior has a padded laptop compartment, and the exterior has a great modern feel, with a zippered pocket to house any random extras you need with you.

Buy Now

Osprey Kyte 46 Pack ($135; 25 percent off)


We love the 46-liter Kyte because it has just enough space to carry everything you require for a few days on the trail. It comes with a rain cover, a separate sleeping-bag compartment, and removable sleeping-pad straps.

Buy Now

Filed To: Gear / Adventure / Jackets / Style
More Gear
More Gear