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: share the best deals on the best products. Come back next Monday for the latest offerings, and send any requests my way on our Facebook Gear Page.
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Granite Gear Crown2 60 Pack ($139; 30 percent off)
One of the most popular thru-hiking packs, the Crown2 has all the bells and whistles you need, like compression straps, a ventilated back panel, and stretch pockets on the shoulder straps hold cell phone or earbuds, but still weighs barely over two pounds. Going on a shorter trip? The roll-top closure accommodates varied load volumes making it just as easy to use this pack for an overnight as it is for a week-long adventure.
Patagonia Black Hole 90-Liter Duffel ($104; 30 percent off)
We’ve entered the golden age of the duffel. There is no lack of great options but we keep coming back to the 90-liter Patagonia Black Hole because of its durability, outrageously large size, and outdoorsy looks.
Smith I/OS ChromaPop Snow Goggles ($140; 30 percent off)
These goggles come with two lenses, one clear for cloudy days and a mirrored option that helps cut glare. Both are treated with an antifog film so you can keep them on all day without steaming up.
Sponsor Content: GregoryGregory Baltoro and Deva Packs (From $225; 25 percent off)
With customizable suspension and plenty of room for your gear, Gregory's Baltoro and Deva packs make hitting the trail easier than ever. Take a day, or a week or a month, or a whole season and do that trail or that trip you’ve been saying you would for years. For a limited time, snag 25 percent off of Gregory’s award-winning Baltoro and Deva backpacks.
Patagonia Men’s R1 Hooded Fleece Pullover ($111; 30 percent off)
The R1 is a highly technical fleece pullover for climbs, ski tours, and alpine ascents. It’s made from Polartec Power Grid fleece, which makes it extra stretchy, moisture-wicking, and highly breathable.
Outdoor Research Highcamp 3-Finger Insulated Gloves ($62; 30 percent off)
Have the comfort and warmth of mittens with the dexterity of gloves with these three-finger insulated gloves. The set comes with tech-friendly liners that add a layer of warmth and moisture management.
The North Face ThermoBall Snow Triclimate 3-in-1 Jacket ($174; 50 percent off)
Three jackets—puffy, rain shell, and insulated ski jacket—for less than $200 is a quite the steal. Even better, the Triclimate uses the The North Face’s Thermoball synthetic insulation, which is nearly as light as down insulation but will keep you warm even if it gets soaked.
Smartwool Light Hiking Socks ($12; 34 percent off)
Made from 72 percent merino wool and 26 percent nylon, these socks are made to remain stink and itch-free miles into your hike. The spandex ribbing at the top of the sock ensures that the socks stay put and doesn't stretch out over time.
REI Co-op Taereen Rain Pants ($70; 30 percent)
The Taereen is fully waterproof, windproof up to 60 miles per hour, and breathable. The zippers at the ankles allow you to pull on the rain pants while you still have on your hiking boot which is ideal for mid-hike rain storms.
Smartwool Merino 150 Printed Boxer Briefs ($33; 31 percent off)
A good layering system starts at the skin-level—think bras and underwear. These briefs are made from 87 percent merino wool and 13 percent nylon for a non-itchy and wicking next-to-skin layer. The fly is fully functional for easy and fast relief.
Fits Socks (20 percent off)
Outside editors have been known to rave about Fits socks. Through the end of the month, get 20 percent off all non-specialty Fits with code, 'Outside20'.
Gear Aid Gear Repair Patches ($7; 30 percent off)
Repair your favorite puffy and add a little personality while you're at it. This tape sticks to almost any surface and is machine-washable so the patch will stick around for a long time. These patches come in themed packs and contain 16 patches total.
Patagonia Lightweight Black Hole 20-Liter Cinch Backpack ($55; 30 percent off)
The lightweight Black Hole cinch backpack weighs just over one pound and is made from ripstop nylon that is treated with DWR and has a TPU film laminate for extra burliness. Outside, you'll find a zippered pocket for small essentials.
Marmot Limelight 3 Person Tent ($239; 20 percent off)
If you're new to the backcountry, this three-person tent makes it super simple to set up camp in no time with its color-coded poles. The generous size means you can have three people or two people and a dog. Two vestibules and two doors make sure you aren't tripping over your partner.
Nikwax Tent & Gear Solar Proof ($12; 35 percent off)
Protect your gear from harmful solar rays with this easy to use spray on treatment. This spray works on all weatherproof fabrics and increases water repellency and UV protection.