Gear Picks

Climbers: This Fall Gear Sale Is Just for You

Now through October 4, stock up on our favorite climbing gear at Moosejaw. Save up to 25 percent or get 20 percent off one full-price item with code 20CLIMBSALE.

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$79.99 $29.99
63% off
As Yoga Journal editor Tamara Jeffries wrote, "It's the details for me." We love this flowy take on a yoga pant, from the criss-cross waistband to the high leg slit. These can easily take you from the studio to the coffee shop with style.
$119 $83.30 from Backcountry
30% off
This closet staple and long-time favorite fleece got an update in 2020, most notably to be fuzzy on both sides to increase heat retention while remaining breathable. One former gear tester wrote, "When the weekend mission calls for chilly weather, this will be the first layer I grab."
$20 $15
25% off
YETI products rarely go on sale, so snag this deal while you can. Dubbed "the only YETI product you'll ever need" by one tester, the Rambler 10oz Lowball mug is perfect for a hot cup of coffee on cool fall mornings thanks to the double walled insulation. And like other YETI products, it is super durable.
$160 $128.93 from REI
19% off
Named the best shoe for long road runs in our Best Running Shoes of 2021 gear guide, the HOKA Bondi 7 offers the most cushion of any of their road shoes. Even though these are super plush, the internal heel counters provide plenty of support over long distances. Available in men's and women's.
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Revo Descend N

Revo's best-selling Descend N glasses features NASA-based polarized lens technology with a rimless design with panoramic views for when you need to see it all.
$99 $49 from REI
51% off
These gloves are a staple in columnist Jakob Schiller’s year-round gear rotation. “With a waxed and baked leather outer, waterproof-breathable membrane, and Thinsulate insulation, they’re great for frigid resort ski days while being breathable enough for long backcountry missions,” he writes. “Once summer rolls around, I use them to collect firewood or move burning logs in the campfire.”
$100 $75 from REI
25% off
One of our editors just bought on of these for use on family camping trips and swears by it. Why? No more hiding behind trees or being surprised by guests while going to the bathroom in busy areas. It has a steel hook for hanging a water bag and four drain holes so you can use it as a shower too. Plus, it’s a breeze to set up.
$500 $400 from REI
20% off
This version of the popular action cam was the one that finally converted one of our testers—a professional photographer—to add one to his kit. “It’s ideal for ultrarunners, mountain bikers, surfers, kayakers, scuba divers, dirt bikers, and climbers who want to dip their toes in pro-level photo and video editing, without dropping thousands to get their feet in the door.”
$40 $30 from REI
25% off
This trusty headlamp has gotten Outside editors through many adventures both close to home and far afield. It’s easy to use, compact, and runs on three AAA batteries (we like to use rechargeables). The red light mode is great for not blinding tent mates and the IPX8 waterproofing has proven itself time and again in downpours.
$70 $56 from Backcountry
20% off
Once you try a changing poncho, you’ll never go back to a normal towel—they’re that useful. This 100 percent cotton number from Vissla is soft, absorbent, and makes swaps to bathing suits a breeze. And you can’t go wrong with the halcyon, ‘70s-inspired print.
$550 $330 from Outside Shop
40% off
You’d be hard pressed to find a better adventure companion than the Fenix 6. This do-everything GPS watch is packed with features for every kind of activity, whether in town or high in the mountains: wrist-based heart rate, a gajillion sport modes, smart notifications and of course, excellent navigation.

Gear Picks is a curated selection of products we’ve tested and heartily recommend. We stand by this gear—and the brands that sell it—and many of our editors and writers use this stuff weekly. Whenever possible, we provide a link to a past review so you can make sure it’s something that suits your lifestyle—ideally at a steeply discounted price. Happy shopping—and gear-picking.