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    Mar 30, 2020

    You Don't Have To Be Outdoorsy To Love This Great Backcountry Sale

    Now's the time to snag stuff you've been mulling over like a Patagonia down zip-up, Marmot sleeping bag, YETI rambler, Fjallraven backpack, and so many more discounted goods.

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    Settle in folks. Because like most wonderful things in life, the Backcountry sale going on rn has a couple of different facets worth your time. Here are the deets:


    Here are the three sale aspects:

    1 - 25% off current-season products

    2 - 60% off winter clearance

    3 - 20% off one full-priced item with code 20FULLPRICE applied at checkout

    Here are some finds you'll sure to help fuel your indoor and outdoor adventures:

    1. A Stetson Weltmeyer hat that'll be *such* a classic in your wardrobe for the ages. *Plus* this brand makes QUALITY stuff. Just ask my dad! (Or I can ask him for you.)


    Price: $191.92 (originally $254.95; available in seven sizes)

    Also check out the similar Stetson Quicklink Hat that's also on sale for $108.71 (originally $144.95)

    2. A Marmot Sawtooth sleeping bag with enough warmth to keep you feeling good in temps as low as 15 degrees Fahrenheit.


    Promising review: "Easy to pack and kept me warm in the desert nights of Utah in spring. Plenty of length too and easy to pack up to get back on the trail quickly." —Mischa Ylva Ostberg

    Price: $209.21 (originally $278.95; available in six sizes/styles)

    3. A Marmot Tungsten Tent built for three people and three seasons, which'll get you through tons of adventures you have mapped out with your friends starting in a few months.


    Promising review: "I’ve used lower-end tents in the past and they never really held up. The quality and durability of this tent compared to bargain tents is night and day. It is extremely easy to set up and has plenty of room for two adults and gear. There is no substitute for quality. This is an awesome tent." —Thomas Kington

    Price: $194.21 (originally $258.95; also available in orange)

    4. A versatile Patagonia 55L duffel bag that'll pull double duty as a backpack so you can easily get your things (and you) wherever you're going.


    Promising review: "The first thing i love about this bag is that it fits in the overhead compartment on planes, and it fits so so much. 55L is a good medium size, but truly it holds about a week of stuff to even two weeks. Being super durable and waterproof, I can't wait to put this to good use. The backpack straps are handy as well as the normal duffel bag handles. This is definitely a black hole of a bag." —Haleigh Olsson

    Price: $96.99 (originally $139; available in nine colors/styles)

    5. A Backcountry x YETI rambler bottle in case you like a sturdy as heck drink container that'll keep your bev at the temp you want it for hours on end. So, everyone?


    Price: $41.21 (originally $54.95; also available in black or orange)

    6. A Fjallraven Kanken Art 16L backpack in case you've been waiting for a moment like this when one of these beauts is on sale.


    Promising review: "Has all the great qualities of the classic Kanken Bags, but these Kanken Art come in unique graphics and colors. Love the padded insert that can be removed as a pad to sit on...great for a mid hike snack/picnic." —Mattie

    Price: $67.46 (originally $89.95; also available in green)

    7. A Black Diamond Storm 400 headlamp with three night modes to help you zero in on the right amount of light for whatever it is you're doing (even if that's just trying to find your ear buds from the depths of your couch).


    Price: $37.46 (originally $49.95; available in four colors)

    8. Sorel sandals that'll give you some Roman style and give you every last excuse to say "When in Rome" when people compliment you on these neutral beauts.


    Promising review: "Absolutely love Sorel and these sandals are no exception!! I bought them in camel, black, and the blush pink. I am always an 8.5 and these fit." —Amy S.

    Price: $59.96 (originally $79.95; available in six color combos and women's sizes 6.5-11)

    9. A Marmot button-up shirt in quick-drying fabric to keep you looking cool when you feel anything but.


    Price: $37.97 (originally $54.95; available in six colors and men's sixes S-XXL)

    10. A Patagonia down sweater hooded jacket that may seem a lil' strange to buy when your allergies are really coming at ya' — BUT this beaut will never go out of style and can serve as a toasty investment you'll be grateful you made when when you zip it up.


    Promising review: "Wore on a four-day backpacking trip...haven't given it the summit test but I am confident it would be warm. I am constantly cold and appreciated that this packed up well in my bag but was super toasty for cold mornings. Love the hood version. Tried the XXS and XS and kept the XS for layers." —feather11

    Price: $194.99 (originally $279; available in five colors and women's sizes XXS-XL)

    11. An L Space one-piece swimsuit with vintage style and adjustable shoulder straps you can save on now and wear later on your vacation at the end of summer.


    Price: $135 (originally $180; available in two patterns and women's sizes 6-12)

    12. A Redington Path II fishing rod you can use for many kinds of fishing and a four-piece design that'll help it travel easily.


    Promising review: "Got one for myself not too long ago, and liked it enough I got a second for a gift." —Dustin Thompsin

    Price: $90.99 (originally $139.99; available in four sizes/weights)

    13. Adidas Adi-Ease Shoes as a low-effort way to freshen up your spring wardrobe, even if you're just going for a quick social-distancing stroll in the cul-de-sac.


    Promising review: "Bought them for the looks but turns out they are comfy too. Sounds silly but its really easy to get into and out of the shoe as well." —Eric White

    Price: $44.96 (originally $59.95; also available in black and men's sizes 9-13)

    14. Redington Crosswater waders in case you're ~angling~ for a budget pair outfitted with features like breathable waterproof material, gravel guards, and an adjustable waist belt and suspenders for your perfect fit.


    Price: $77.97 (originally $119.99; available in men's sizes M-XXL)

    15. Hurley 17-inch swim trunks to help you look forward to warmer weather. Ahhhh, better days!


    Price: $35.96 (originally $47.95; available in three colors and men's sizes S-XXL)

    16. A Sunnylife folding beach chair that'll be your lightweight companion for when Future You just wants to escape to sandy shores with a paperback, sunscreen, and a cold bev.


    Price: $34.96 (originally $49.95; available in four patterns)

    17. A Brixton straw hat with a snazzy lil' ribbon and range of color options to ~stylishly~ keep the sun off your gorgeous face.


    Price: $41.21 (originally $54.95; available in five color combos and women's sizes XS-M)

    18. A Rumpl down puffy blanket made of ripstop fabric that resists moisture and dirt, and will awe your fellow campers when this 600-fill insulation marvel packs down into a compression sack.


    Promising review: "These blankets are magic! A lot of warmth in a small light package. These are great for hanging around the campground especially in areas that you can’t have a fire! I would caution the use of these around a fire because any spark will definitely burn a hole in the Lightweight fabric. I use this blanket to give a bit more warmth on cold nights. There is also a loop on the edge of the blanket that you can pull the other corner through to wear it as a cloak. Not sure if that is what the loop is for but works great. Fabric is similar to your down jacket so you definitely want to be a little careful not to tear it." —Daniel Maus

    Price: $109.45 (originally $199; available in three colors)

    19. A Redington fishing vest can keep your essentials at hand while you're just trying to get away from it all come away with a trophy.


    Promising review: "This was a wonderful gift for my father-in-law. He used to come back into shore to switch all his flies and never knew how much he needed this vest. He was amazed with the massive amounts of pockets on this jacket, which he didn’t think he’d use. Turns out he found a use for most of those pockets and loves the convenience." —Alfredo Mesen

    Price: $38.97 (originally $59.95)

    20. Nike Air Zoom Terra Kiger 6 Trail running shoes will keep you looking *fresh* as you speed by or while you stop to take a breath.


    Price: $90.97 (originally $129.95; available in men's sizes 8-14)

    21. A Nike longline pocket bra that'll hold your keys for you while you're out running and concentrating on your pumping playlist.


    Price: $34.97 (originally $49.95; also available in black and sizes XS-L)

    To recap, you can get 25% off current-season products, 60% off winter clearance, and 20% off one full-priced item with code 20FULLPRICE applied at checkout!!!

    Tell your human friends, tell your turtle friends, tell all your friends about this great Backcountry sale and then figure out all the stuff y'all are going to eventually do with your new gear.


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