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    REI Is Running An "Inside/Outside" Sale And You May Be Running To Get Your Wallet

    Arc'teryx, Salomon, and Patagonia galore.

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    Happy Earth Day, indeed. Starting today and running through April 27, REI is offering major discounts on everything from biking essentials to running shoes to athleisure wear. They've aptly named it the "Inside/Outside" sale.

    Below, we've highlighted a few items that are well worth smashing that "add to cart" button:

    1. A pair of Brooks Spartan pants with stretchy polyester fabric that'll wick sweat and move with you on your runs.


    Promising review: "The Brooks Spartan pants are very light and extremely comfortable. While they are intended for running, I use them as casual wear around the house. They are my best find!" —Paul440

    Price: $56.19 (originally $75; available in men's sizes S-XL)

    2. Arc'teryx Norvan LD 2 running shoes for a light and cushy companion when you hit the trails.


    Promising review: "Waited until I had about 30 miles on these jewels before writing this review. Considering the brand and price point I was expecting high quality and performance. You'll get both with this shoe. Sturdy welds, stout materials, nice grip. I love the inner material, it feels similar to 'pleather' vs cloth. I hope it holds up, I see no reason why it wouldn't." —Cory3420

    Price: $119.99 (originally $160; available in men's sizes 8-13)

    3. An REI Co-op Nalgene that'll bring you some inner-peace, or at least try to.


    Price: $8.19 (originally $10.95)

    4. PrAna leggings for all of your yoga and fitness needs — their UPF 50+ fabric shields against harmful UV rays and makes outdoor workouts even more enjoyable.


    Promising review: "I don’t think I’ve ever said 'wow' after trying on pants. These feel like a dream! I didn’t realize these were high rise until I tried them on. I purchased the dusty aloe color which is lovely. Buy these. Now." —lovenergy

    Price: $66.69 (originally $89; available in women's sizes XS-SL and in four colors)

    5. A pair of Salomon Speedcross 5 trail-running shoes that'll cradle your feet with SensiFit technology, making every run as ache-free as possible.


    Promising review: "An excellent update to the ever-loved and popular trail shoe! The Speedcross was my first trail shoe from Salomon and couldn't believe a shoe could have so much grip and traction. This shoe performs at its best in muddy, sloppy, and snowy conditions. This particular update is much more forgiving in fit (in previous years it has been said that it runs narrow or too snug) and the cushioning is phenomenal. I have even worn the shoe as an everyday winter hiking/walking shoe. The Speedcross is a staple trail shoe that will confidently take you places." —michellethedoe

    Price: $97.49 (originally $130; available in women's sizes 6-11 and in four colors)

    6. A Hyperice Hypervolt cordless vibration massager to relieve muscle stiffness and soreness after workouts.


    Promising review: "It provides great relief for deep muscle soreness and tightness. Though not cheap, it will save you lots of money on massages. You can use it on yourself or have others use it on you, but I assure you, you will not be disappointed. It is strong and has three speeds and multiple attachments, so you can vary the intensity. The battery also lasts long, so you can get hours of relief before having to recharge." —Milto knows

    Price: $299.99 (originally $349)

    7. A Brooks Maia sports bra for some "snug-but-comfortable" support as you get that body moving.


    Promising review: "I originally thought I would dislike how high the fabric came. However, once I started wearing it I noticed that it looked like a nice camisole underneath my clothing and doesn't give you the dreaded uniboob! I have since bought another one. Incredibly comfortable, very supportive, and flattering underneath work clothing as well — all pretty high praise for a sports bra! My size is 34DD, which is also a pretty difficult size to get. In the past I've always had to double-layer sports bras while running, but this one keeps everything in place." —Meaghan the Biologist

    Price: $28.93+ (originally $58; available in 32DD-40DD and in five colors)

    8. A Patagonia cotton quilt snap-T pullover that'll give you a nice and breathable layering piece for your outdoor stroll.


    Promising review: "Purchased this last winter and have worn the heck out of it because it’s so comfortable. Extremely soft and the fit is great (I’m 5’10” and got a medium). I definitely recommend it for anyone on the fence!" —AlxPwl

    Price: $73.73 (originally $149; available men's sizes XXS-XXL and in black and brown)

    9. An Arc'teryx long-sleeve shirt for a perfect transitional spring piece — soft, stretchy, and moisture-managing!


    Promising review: "For me, this is the best technical running long-sleeve around. It's a perfect fit: not overly baggy or tight, while still form-fitting to wick away moisture where it develops. It's very lightweight, yet does not feel flimsy or cheap in any way. Any moisture goes away within minutes of ending your workout. I've been using it for city running so far, but this will be an instant use for hiking and trail-running." —Scottm23

    Price: $59.19 (originally $79; available men's sizes S-XL and in black and larix)

    10. A Bontrager Quantum MIPS bike helmet that'll keep you safe and lookin slick on your rides.


    Promising review: "l have owned several helmets of different brands and never liked wearing them because they were uncomfortable or didn't quite fit right. This helmet is amazing! I put it on, adjusted it, and actually forgot I was wearing it — it fits that well." —njf241

    Price: $79.99 (originally $100; available in S, M, and L and in blue and white)

    11. A Columbia half-zip shirt with moisture-wicking tech and sun protection so you can enjoy the outdoors responsibly.

    Promising review: "I ordered a small, which fits just as I would expect a small to fit. The shirt is fitted very nicely, plenty long in the torso and sleeves long enough to use the thumb holes. The fabric is super comfortable and fairly lightweight. I like the fact that it's UPF 50 and can be unzipped for ventilation. I have ordered two of them because the first I ordered was so wonderful, I figured two would be better!" —wanderinglady

    Price: $24.73 (originally $50; available in women's sizes XS, L, and XL)

    12. A phone armband so you can keep your hands free and unburdened while you exercise.


    Fits: iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, Galaxy S5, Note 4 and Lumia 1020 among others

    Promising review: "My third or fourth iPhone armband, and by far the best I've tried. Band strap and pouch are comfortable don't constrict because of the wide band and not sweaty like other’s I’ve used." —len s

    Price: $26.19 (originally $35; available in one size)

    13. A performance mobility kit to provide targeted pressure relief on your minor aches and pains.


    Includes: foam roller and massage ball

    Promising review: "I have been in physical therapy many times, and this kit has all of the essentials to target the spots that my therapist says I need to work on every day to make sure that I get better. So far it has made such a difference! It's small enough that it packs down for a week long trip in carry on." —Aliloop

    Price: $37.39 (originally $49.95; available in one size)

    14. A pair of New Balance 801 trail-running shoes that'll give you exceptional grip and traction.


    Price: $69.73 (originally $99.99; available in men's sizes 8, 8.5, 9, and 11.5)

    15. A Co-op Cycles DRT 1.1 bike for a smooth and controlled ride.


    Promising review: "Got this bike six months ago for my son and we have been tearing up dirt trails since. Zero issues. Great bike for the price. Very durable given the stuff we've been hitting." —samuel m

    Price: $466.59 (originally $549; available in one size)

    16. An Arc'teryx Cormac short-sleeve shirt for a lightweight, moisture-wicking option while you trek.


    Promising review: "This is a very high quality T-shirt. The fabric is soft, and has good wicking qualities. A nice step up from your typical tee shirt in fit, materials, and appearance." —Garett

    Price: $51.69 (originally $69; available in men's sizes S-XXL and three colors)

    17. A packable "pride" hammock to give you a whole lotta rainbow lounge space right in your backyard.


    Promising review: "Super comfy and sturdy. Use it daily. I love it and so does everyone else" —Frizz

    Price: $51.93 (originally $79.95; available in men's sizes S-XXL and three colors)

    18. A versatile Patagonia pack that'll be fit for urban environments and mountain passes alike.


    Promising review: "Love my new backpack! It's very comfortable, has loads of room and many compartments to organize everything. It did well on hikes, holding a small soft lunch cooler, bath suits, towels and change of clothes." —shinygreenbeetle

    Price: $74.73 (originally $99; available in two colorways)

    19. A minimalist Arc'teryx Incendo hoodie if you want a light shell for cool, windy conditions.


    Promising review: "I always pack this jacket if weather looks sketch or I need a layer for cooler weather. It packs super small and into it's own pocket. It's super breathable and the mesh under the arms is awesome. I've bought many running jackets over the years, and this is definitely my fav." —micrlee1032

    Price: $104.19 (originally $139; available in three colors)

    20. A North Face ThermoBall Hybrid insulated vest to give you a bit of warmth and stash space for your keys and miscellaneous items.


    Price: $97.93 (originally $140; available in blue and grey)

    21. A pair of Salomon Speedcross 5 trail-running shoes that'll stabilize your body on rugged and uneven surfaces.


    Promising review: "I bought these a few months ago and have put at least 100 miles on them. They’re great. I hike in the white mountains of New Hampshire, so lots of boulders and rocks up high, and more traditional dirt and roots and loose stuff down low. They perform well in all of it." —Greg from NH

    Price: $97.49 (originally $130; available in men's sizes 8-14, wide sizes, and in three colorways)

    22. North Face liner-free shorts for a versatile staple while running, training, and beyond.


    Promising review: "Hands-down my favorite pair of athletic shorts I own. Comfortable, good rise. Hit right at the thigh, which I like. And pockets! Have run in them regularly since purchasing." —TNF JI

    Price: $30.93 (originally $45; available in black and taupe)

    23. A Patagonia Arbor Grande pack that'll keep your laptop and equipment nice and secure.


    Promising review: "Amazing for urban life. Good for some light adventure in the wild, the straps aren´t super strong so I wouldn't fill it up too much." —shinygreenbeetle

    Price: $94.73 (originally $129)

    Off to the races now! You won't want to miss out on these limited-time-only sales through April 27th.

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