REI’s Gear Up Get Out sale is happening now through November 19, and there are many deals to be had on workout gear. We’ve picked out our favorites so you can spend less time sifting through the deals and more time out on the trails.
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Patagonia Women’s Nine Trails Long-Sleeve Shirt ($38; 30 percent off)
The polyester jersey material of the Nine Trails shirt feels like cotton but performs like a synthetic. The shirt is also coated with a permanent odor-control treatment to prevent the growth of odor-causing bacteria.
Brooks Men’s Sherpa Shorts ($33; 30 percent off)
These running shorts have a five-inch inseam and a sweat-resistant, mesh boxer-brief lining that’s equipped with a hidden security pocket, so you can carry small essentials without worry.
Smartwool PhD Seamless Strappy Sports Bra ($35; 30 percent off)
The Smartwool PhD Seamless Strappy sports bra has been a staff favorite since this summer, thanks to its breathability and its ability to be worn for weeks on end without gathering stink. The material is a perfect blend of 38 percent nylon, 30 percent merino wool, 20 percent polyester, and 12 percent elastane, so it doesn’t itch and won’t stretch out over time.
Outdoor Research Surge Running Gaiters ($21; 25 percent off)
Keep snow and small rocks out of your shoes on your next run with the Surge running gaiters. These gaiters have a bungee tensioning system to grip the heels of your shoes, so they won’t be sliding around by mile five.
Prana Verana Tank Top ($45; 30 percent off)
This no-frills tank top is guaranteed to stay out your way so you can focus on getting in a good workout. The shirt is made from 93 percent nylon and 7 percent Lycra, and a built-in bra offers extra support.
Garmin Fenix 5 GPS Watch ($400; 27 percent off)
The Garmin Fenix 5 is destined to perfect your training game. If you like staring at numbers and working on incremental improvements, this is the watch for you. Its wrist-based technology tracks your heart rate so you don’t have to worry about a chest strap, and the integrated GPS gives you accurate readings every time.
DryGuy Force Dry Boot, Shoe, and Glove Dryer ($37; 25 percent off)
Running and training in the winter can be hard on your gear because it can be more difficult to dry things properly in the chilly air. Set up your wet shoes and gloves on the DryGuy dryer and come back to dry gear in about an hour.
Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Soft-Shell Lite Bike Gloves ($41; 25 percent off)
If you’re a winter commuter, a good pair of insulated bike gloves is essential. The P.R.O. Soft-Shell gloves have conductive synthetic leather on both index fingers and thumbs to work with touch-screen devices in case you need to answer urgent calls on the road. Interiors are lined with fleece, and the gloves’ palms are designed with silicone stripping for extra grip.