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Now’s the Time to Save Money on Outdoor Gear
It’s that time of year: time for Backcountry.com‘s semi-annual sale, which means you can save on gear that you’ve been eyeing all winter. Below are our must-haves from the sale including our favorite duffel bag, the Patagonia Black Hole 90L. Don’t delay, act fast before the sale ends.
Pendleton Rimrock Blanket
Because who doesn’t love a heritage wool blanket to snuggle with?
The North Face Thermoball Hooded Jacket
The perfect midlayer for bitterly cold days, The North Face’s Thermoball hooded jacket uses small balls of synthetic insulation to keep you nice and toasty.
Vasque Breeze 2.0 GTX
Vasque recently updated the Breeze with the 3.0, but the 2.0 is still a solid boot. It’s comfortable enough for all-day wear and comes with a Gore-Tex liner to keep your feet dry.
Marmot Trestles 30 Sleeping Bag
At $59, you can’t go wrong with the Marmot Trestles. It isn’t the lightest or warmest sleeping bag on the market, but it’s perfect for car camping or weekend trips to the cabin.
Hestra Fall Line 3 Finger Glove
We love Hestra gloves and the Fall Line 3 Finger is the crown jewel in the collection. They are made from leather which makes them incredibly durable and the added dexterity of the index finger separated from the rest of the mitt is game-changing.
Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 90L
The go-to travel bag of a number of GP staffers. It’s virtually destruction-proof and has enough room for a week-long trip.