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    Rise And Shine Campers, Backcountry's Offering Deals Of Up To 70% Off

    Time to make the great outdoors even greater.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    From now until November 30th, Backcountry is giving all outdoor adventurers a most glorious gift: up to 70% off their entire sale section *and* 20% off one full-price item.

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    Get ready to start saving! The deals on these high-end outdoor goods are in-tents.

    The up to 70% off discounts are already applied to items in their sale section, and to get 20% off one full-price item, you simply enter promo code TAKE20WINTER at checkout and then sign up for the Backcountry credits program to redeem your coupon (some exclusions apply). Easy.

    Want some help navigating the sale? Here are some of our top picks:

    1. A Flylow lab coat with waterproof fabric and fully taped seams that'll keep you covered, literally, while you ski or snowboard the day away. It uses direct venting to stay breathable as your body heat increases with exertion, so you'll never be too warm or too cold while wearing it.

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    Promising review: "This is one of the most versatile jackets I've used. It's breathable for the skin track but also durable enough for day-to-day lift-access skiing. I dig the subtle but stylish colors. This is great for touring and packs down well – I've had zero issues with construction. It's a great jacket!" —Bodhi Kuhn

    Price: $364.96 (originally $549.95, available in three colors and sizes S–XXL)

    2. A box of 12 orange ProBars for filling you up when you're getting your fill of the great outdoors. These bars are made with organic, vegan ingredients and they're gluten free. They're also packed with electrolytes, antioxidants, complex carbs, and B vitamins.

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    Promising review: "I always keep a pack of these in the back of my jersey. They have a nice, mellow orange flavor. They're pretty easy to chew while riding and they can make a huge difference at the end of a long ride when you need a boost. The only downside is that I generally don't use an entire pack, and they tend to get a little hard if not consumed a few days after opening. The hard ones still work in a pinch, however!" —Nick Topham

    Price: $23.90+ (originally $29.88, available in four flavors)

    3. A pair of high waisted leggings – they're gonna keep you from sweatin' it through rough rounds of cardio. The quick-drying fabric and four-way stretch will help you keep ~chafing~ your dreams, without chafing at all.

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    Promising review: "These are literally the softest and most comfortable yoga pants I’ve ever worn. Seriously. I call them my bunny fur pants, not because they are fuzzy but because they are so soft!!! They run true to size and the midi length is cute and emphasizes the ankle. They probably run close to full length if you’re shorter than 5’6. Do yourself a favor and buy these pants. I’ve had them for a bit and I wear them often. They have pilled a tiny tiny bit but not anything that would deter me from buying again." —Jared G

    Price: $44.97+ (originally $97, available in nine colors and sizes XS–XL)

    4. A Camp Chef burner range that'll give you 15 hours of cook time on a 20-pound tank. It has micro-adjacent valves so you can adjust the temperature and make sure your outdoor dinners take the cake no matter where you make them.

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    Promising review: "If you want the ability to cook some serious food on your next desert trip, you need this stove. It has a high output, it's sturdy, and it's spacious. The only downside is the flame can get blown out if it's too windy. This is a must have for serious car campers." —P Roland

    Price: $100.59 (originally $164.99)

    5. A pair of Smartwool crew socks sure to keep your tender toes from getting clammy while hiking in warmer climates, preventing blisters and offensive odors on the spot.

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    Promising review: "I bought these as a gift for my mother and she loves them! They have a nice fit, they're super comfy, and they're warm (but not itchy with the wool). I would definitely recommend as a gift!" —Rebecca Bruce

    Price: $13.97+ (available in six colors and sizes S–L)

    6. A multicolored Hydroflask for people who aren't afraid of purchasing a trendy product when it's this practical. Unapologetically jump on this trend and drink it all in.

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    Promising review: "I have a few Hydroflasks and this one is definitely my favorite. It's thin enough to fit in my car's cupholders but tall enough to hold a good amount of water. Plus, it's beautiful!!" —Harmony Ruth Epperly

    Price: $29.99 (originally $39.95)

    7. A thermal skully cap — a gift anyone is gonna wanna keep scorpi-on all winter long.

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    Promising review: "I don't know how they've managed to make such a thin skully so warm. I have used this down to the mid-20s and it keeps my head toasty. I need to add a second to my wardrobe as we head into the winter! This is magic." —Kirb A.

    Price: $25.99+ (originally $34.95, available in two colors)

    8. A pair of high-end waders with gravel guards, a field repair kit, and four H2No performance standard layers. The avid fisher in your life is sure to think you are quite the ~catch~ when you give them this useful gift.

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    Promising review: "I got these as a birthday gift for my partner. It's been close to two weeks since he first used them and he still, daily, talks about how happy he is with the performance. These waders have been effective in keeping him warm during cold, damp days. He's impressed with the suspenders that allow the waders to be turned into pants. He even loves the dry bag stitched into them. These have definitely taken his fishing game to the next level." —Sara Carroll

    Price: $184.98 (originally $279, available in sizes S–XL with short and tall height options)

    9. A pair of Spy Ace googles that'll enhance color and reduce eye fatigue anytime the sunny snow looks a little too brilliant when you hit the slopes. It has 100% UV protection, scoop venting and anti-fog coating, and a cushy face foam.

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    Promising review: "I ski in these goggles every time I go out! They fit so nicely and make any condition more skiable. I have found that they fit well with almost any helmet or hat I wear. Highly recommended." —Sophie Shinsky

    Price: $94.99+ (originally $130, available in eight styles)

    10. A compact Herschel chapter case so you can carry your essentials in a bag that isn't a pain in the neck to carry.

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    Promising review: "This bag is wonderful for loose odds and ends. I am notorious for being a bag lady and it is nice to have one this spacious to keep small things all together. It's great for traveling! It's durable, spacious, stylish, and simple. I love it!" —Angela L.

    Price: $15.97+ (originally $34.99, available in 16 colors)

    11. A wine pack — this'll store your boozy drinks in a foldable package that's easy to carry and far more efficient than trudging up a mountain with glass bottles. Bring this clever tool and you'll *shatter* your friends' expectations, instead of their chardonnay.

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    Promising review: "With this bag, bringing your wine along into the backcountry is not a problem anymore! The bag fits an entire bottle of wine (750mL) and can be rolled up once empty for easy transport back. What more can you wish for?" —Robert Jensen

    Price: $4.48 (originally $9.95)

    12. A tiny bear suit with fold over hands and feet for keeping your little cub warm when the weather is getting grizzly.

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    Promising review: "This is adorable! I gave this to my baby niece and she looks so cute in it! It has kept her plenty warm. It's made with a super soft fabric, which makes you want to snuggle her even more!" —Randy Hulme

    Price: $22.22+ (originally $29.99, available in four colors and sizes 3–24 months)

    13. A heavyweight hooded fleece jacket with a softer, plusher feel than traditional fleece. This has stretchy, water-resistant pockets and elbow patches and is so soft you're sure to feel ~sheepish~ about wearing anything else this winter. I guess the only solution is to grab every color. Whew! Problem solved.

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    Promising review: "This feels like you're wearing the softest, coziest stuffed animal. Or imagine the warmest, fuzziest blanket and then imagine you can wear it. I'd recommend going one size up from your usual for maximum comfort." —Kaitrin Raymond

    Price: $64.96+ (originally $148.95, available in five colors and sizes XS–XL)

    14. A pair of polarized sunglasses to protect your eyes and guarantee you see every view that comes your way. Because you did not walk three miles uphill, over a river, and through a patch of poison ivy to have the blinding sun force you to squint your way through a once-in-a-lifetime view. You did NOT.

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    Promising review: "I am super stoked on these sunglasses! They are bigger than most women's lenses without overpowering my whole face, so I get the sun protection that I want for my eyes but don't end up looking like a bug. The Chroma Pop lenses are phenomenal and I've really appreciated them this spring; the greenery outside is especially vibrant. I'm excited to try them out on the water now that the weather is getting warmer so I can see how the polarization pans out while fishing." —Sydney McDowell

    Price: $124.97+ (originally $169, available in five colors)

    15. A lightweight complete table set made of clear polypropylene that's light, BPA-free, and 100% recyclable. With this, you can easily carry utensils you need to eat/avoid getting hangry on a hike.

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    The set includes a bowl, plate, mug, and eating utensils. *Plus* the mug has an insulated sleeve to keep your drinks warm.

    Promising review: "I leave this set in the back of my truck for any and all adventures. Whether it's a week long road trip, a weekend camping getaway, or just a one day adventure and stopping for lunch. The plate and bowl are both sturdy and can hold a full meal easily. The utensils are not cheap plastic utensils you'd find at the family reunion, they are the next best thing to carrying actual metal utensils on the adventures. I would recommend these kits to anyone." —Travis Bivins

    Price: $19.95+ (originally $24.95, available in two colors)

    16. A pack of five organic waffle bites for anyone who knows the real treat on a hike isn't the view...it's the snacks you pack as a reward for when you reach the end of the hike.

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    Promising review: "I've been through more boxes of these than I can possible remember. We use them for riding, hiking, whatever. They taste great, they're easy to pack, and they're easy on the stomach." —Kyle Br

    Price: $20.99 (originally $22.24)

    17. A trail pedal pair – these have a wide pedaling platform, meaning they're gonna be great whether you're a pro or a beginner. They're made with sealed cartridge bearings, have four degrees of float, and include two-bolt SPD cleats (if you know what all of that means, these are probably made just for you!).

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    Promising review: "I am admittedly new to clipping in and have yet to put many miles on these but what I can say is that they're well made, easy to adjust, and quick to get into. They're a solid choice for a beginner or an expert. Great price and great quality." —Joey Sweeny

    Price: $89.95 (originally $119.99)

    18. And a knit cycling shoe with an EVA footbed and heal/toe reinforcements for added durability, so you won't feel de-feet-ed by a difficult ride.

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    Promising review: "As a frequent user of Giro shoes, I can attest to the quality of each piece they make. These are no exception. The laces allow for a comfortable fit for most feet. There is a laces-keeper to keep the laces out of your drivetrain. I purchased these looking for more room in the toe box that is frequently found in women's shoes. I wear a 39.5 in the Giro Sica Techlace and was pleased with the fit of the 39.5 in these Empires. Overall, I'm super stoked!" —Katie Harker

    Price: $139.95+ (originally $199.95, available in four colors and sizes 39–48)

    19. An Arc'teryx Cerium hooded down jacket made with 850-fill down and an insulated StormHood. This piece is designed with women's bodies in mind to provide maximum mobility while being lightweight, intensely warm, and packable.

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    Promising review: "This is the best jacket I've owned in my life. It's so incredibly warm, the material is soft and (while it has a high loft) it's not to the point where you feel like you're the marshmallow man wearing it. The DWR treatment is pretty good. I've been wearing this for several weeks now in weather that hasn't been too cold but I recently tested this out on a weekend out ice climbing. It did the trick and kept me nice and toasty while belaying and when the temps dipped at night. Zero complaints here! I usually size up in Arc'teryx tops and I did that with this one too and I'm happy with the fit." —Renee Corbin

    Price: $419.99 (originally $525, available in four colors and sizes XS–XL)

    20. A machine washable silk sleeping bag liner that'll guarantee some soft, sweet dreams (even if you're stuck sleeping on rocks). Secret glampers? This is the thing for you!

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    Promising review: "I love this liner! Seriously? Silk while camping/backpacking, yes please! It's SO comfortable and easy to use. It packs down small and it's super lightweight. I move a lot in my sleep and am a belly sleeper so I need freedom of movement. I have never once felt constricted in this, so I definitely recommend spending the little extra to get it!" —Kayla Slack

    Price: $48.97+ (originally $89.95, available in 15 styles)

    21. Or a parachute hammock so you can swing in the breeze and make your friends positively ~green~ with envy over your comfy sleeping spot.

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    Promising review: "This is ultimately the best deal you can get for a durable casual hammock. I use it to camp now and again, or just to relax halfway up a hike. It's light enough for a day pack and small enough to just leave in your car. You've gotta have one." —Tim C.

    Price: $34.95+ (originally $49.99, available in four colors)

    22. An inflatable, stand-up paddle board made for whitewater rides. It has an EVA stomp pad to give you added grip and it's got solid control for river surfing – there's even a kayak seat in case you can't stand standing any longer. Get this paddle board and you're never gonna be bored on the water again.

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    This includes a rolling backpack, repair kit, and pump.

    Promising review: "I was looking for a board that was rugged enough for the river but could also be used for paddle camping trips. This was exactly what I was looking for and I quickly fell in love. Some of my favorite features are all of the D-rings and soft rigging points on the deck, the stomp box fin system, and the rocker shape that helps it handle the whitewater. This is also the board that I used to teach my dog how to SUP. It's unbelievably stable and gave her plenty of room to move around. We both love it!" —Michelle D

    Price: $1,144.98 (originally $1349)

    23. A 60L backpack with a re-fit hip belt for safely and comfortably carrying everything you need on a multi-day adventure (it even has a vapor cooling system so your back can breathe while you backpack through some breathtaking views).

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    Promising review: "For how much this pack can hold, I'm amazed with how durable and light it is. I also love how simple it is. It just has one big 'ol pocket to store everything in, as well as some mesh pockets on the outside, and the brain up top. The straps on the outside all make sense and the frame on the back is superb! Another great pack from a great company!" —Miles Gray

    Price: $149.99+ (originally $199.95, available in eight styles)

    24. A Patagonia cap that'll let you show off your street wear skills from atop a mountain.

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    Promising review: "This is such a rad hat. It's super cute, really well made, and the mesh material on the back keeps it breathable. I also love that it’s adjustable." —Hayley Radel

    Price: $22.98+ (originally $35, available in 10 colors)

    25. Or A Fjallraven heater hat you're gonna want when you know wintery weather is no excuse to slack off on your style.

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    Promising review: "This hat is amazing!! I used to sail the Northwest passage and then the North Atlantic in winter and I love it. It is extremely warm and comfortable. I wore it in extremely harsh conditions (snow storms, 70 knot winds, and massive waves) and it always kept me warm. This is a must have." —Manuela Legorreta

    Price: $64.97+ (originally $79.95, available in five colors and sizes S–XL)

    26. A Hero7 Silver GoPro bundle with 4K video and stabilization that's sure to satisfy the klutzes among us who would prefer to have their boating trip look a little more like smooth sailing than it actually may be.

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    This is waterproof, automatically updates and edits photos (10MP photos, to be exact), and it has a touch-screen display and uses voice control. Oh, that's not enough for you? It *also* tracks your speed, distance, and location with GPS stickers. Thanks, the future.

    Promising review: "I recently took this on a trip to Switzerland to ride my mountain bike and captured some amazing shots. The photo quality is out of this world, not to mention the stabilization the video mode offers is top notch. I have used some of the prior model GoPros and they really do keep getting better. Worth it!" —Kaylee

    Price: $224.98 (originally $299.99)

    27. A Baggu tote for folks who want a reusable bag that's equal part fashion-savvy and earth-friendly.

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    Promising review: "I'm a sucker for anything that's packable and the Baggu tote is no exception. It's great for packing a lunch, carrying groceries, or literally anything else you might need a bag for (I used mine for picking apples once!). I now own four of these and there isn't the slightest sign of wear on any of them. I can't recommend enough!" —Matthew Macdonald

    Price: $6.98+ (originally $11.95, available in 19 colors)

    28. A two-person, 30-degree down sleeping bag with a 600-fill down (i.e., a fabulous warmth-to-weight ratio) so you can double-down on your naps while camping, without carrying twice as much bedding.

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    Promising review: "This is well designed and super comfortable! It is very roomy – even with two people in it. It's comfortable and we saved a lot of weight using this instead of carrying two pads/bags. Even at temperatures at or near its limit, we stayed comfortable. The zippers work well and the pillow pockets are sweet! It is a good bag!" —Ian F.

    Price: $294.97+ (originally $369.95)

    29. An Alchemy Arktos 27.5 Eagle Complete trail bike, the sports car of mountain bikes, with a carbon frame, FOX suspension, and all the bells and whistles that'll make your next ride one worth having (PSA: does not include bells or whistles).

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    Promising review: "This bike pedals excellently, rides like a dream, and handles the Moab single-track like a champ. This bike in a 29'er is THE perfect trail machine for a tall 6'4" guy like myself (the smaller tires had me scrapping pedals every so often). The efficiency of my uphill climbs was second to none, and riding downhill was snappy and excellent as well. Small brands like Alchemy are outperforming big brands like Yeti and Santa Cruz when it comes to their bike frame geometries and build quality and this bike is perfect evidence of that. The Arktos is one of the best trail bikes on the market, hands down. This is a sleek, mean, peddling machine!" —Trevor Livingston

    Price: $3,999 (originally $5,200)

    30. And finally, a mod Yosemite tee that's sure to keep your wanderlust alive even when you're stuck in the city for weeks on end.

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    Promising review: "This fits well, has super soft feel, and has a stellar design." —Britt Whittaker

    Price: $26.96 (originally $35.95)

    Didn't find what you're looking for above? Here's a link to *everything* you can get on sale.

    And remember – you can take 20% off one full-price item when you enter promo code TAKE20WINTER at checkout and sign up for the Backcountry credits program.

    Now I've just gotta figure out how to store all this gear in a studio apartment.

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    Reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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