The Best Last-Minute Deals

Get these products before they sell out during REI's Winter Sale


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Nothing beats getting great outdoor gear for cheap. Which is why we've been following REI's Winter Sale so closely. The deals end on Monday, but in the meantime, here are a few great ones that might not last the day. 

Patagonia Men's Better Sweater Quarter-Zip Pullover ($69)

(Courtesy Patagonia)

It looks like a cotton sweater, except its fleece. 

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CamelBak Podium Chill Insulated Water Bottle ($6)

(Courtesy CamelBak)

Designed with long rides in mind, the CamelBak Podium Chill keeps your drink cold for twice as long as an uninsulated bottle. 

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Jetboil Flash Cooking System ($65)

(Courtesy Jetboil)

The backpacking stove you had your eye on all summer—the one with a heat-indicating wrap and push-button igniter.  

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Smartwool Liner Tech-Compatible Gloves ($17)

(Courtesy Smartwool)

Smartwool’s Liner gloves are touch-screen compatible and the merino-synthetic fabric is soft and durable. 

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Patagonia Men's Fjord Flannel Shirt ($63)

(Courtesy Patagonia)

Patagonia’s classic flannel is simple, soft, and woven with thick organic cotton. 

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Patagonia Men's Cotton Quilt Snap-T Pullover ($105)

(Courtesy Patagonia)

With snap collar and a snap pocket, plus a cotton-poly blend fabric, it’s hard to beat this as an everyday layer.

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Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Rain Jacket ($90)

(Courtesy Patagonia)

Weighing less than a pound and built with Patagonia's time-tested 2.5-layer waterproof membrane, there’s no reason this jacket shouldn't be in your pack.

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Patagonia Lightweight Black Hole Gear Tote ($36)

(Courtesy Patagonia)

Made from tough ripstop nylon, this tote will seriously improve your organization game.

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Osprey Men's Atmos AG 65 Pack ($195)

(Courtesy Osprey)

Big enough to carry all your gear, and so comfortable it’ll feel like you forgot something important. 

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Kahtoola Microspikes Traction System ($55)

(Courtesy Kahtoola)

These packable, burly spikes are essential gear when running or hiking when snow is in the forecast.

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ENO SingleNest Hammock ($45)

(Courtesy ENO)

It weighs only a pound and comes with its own easy-to-pack stuff sack.

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Kodiak Women's Surrey II Boots ($125)

(Courtesy Kodiak)

Waterproof, insulated retro-style boots keep you looking sharp and your toes toasty.

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Mountain Hardwear Men's Ghost Whisperer Hooded Down Jacket ($245)

(Courtesy Mountain Hardware)

Everyone who goes outdoors should own a lightweight down jacket. 

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Leatherman Skeletool KBx Knife ($19)

(Courtesy Leatherman)

A stainless-steel lockable blade for less than 20 bucks.

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Adventure Medical Kits Elastic Bandage First-Aid Kit Refill ($4)

(Courtesy Adventure Medical Kits)

Does your first-aid kit have enough bandages? Are you sure?

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Smartwool Women's NTS Mid 250 Zip-T Base Layer Top ($70)

(Courtesy Smartwool)

The all-merino fabric is soft and breathable, and the zip neck dumps heat when you’re working hard. 

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Darn Tough Women's Light Hiker Quarter Socks ($14)

(Courtesy Darn Tough)

Socks durable enough to survive long hikes and the worst your washing machine can throw at them.

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Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp ($45)

(Courtesy Black Diamond)

A 130-lumen light that can run on a USB-rechargeable battery or regular AAA's.

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Vasque Men's Lost 40 Winter Boots ($135)

(Courtesy Vasque)

Waterproof leather and softshell uppers matched with a grippy Vibram sole.

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REI Co-op Women's Magma 850 Down Jacket ($130)

(Courtesy REI)

This 850-fill down jacket is very warm and very packable. 

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