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    Backcountry's Having A Huge Clearance Sale On Outdoor Winter Gear And Apparel, And Suddenly I Can't Wait For Snow

    This up-to-60% off savings goes out to you, skiers, snowboarders, winter hikers, and literally anyone that lives somewhere cold.

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    Backcountry is having a huge winter clearance sale with up to 60% off on gear, outerwear, and footwear, which means you can stock up on high-quality, discounted winter items before the cold weather hits — what a concept!

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    Here are a few deals that caught my eye and I suspect will catch yours, too.

    1. A Mountain Hardware hooded insulated jacket that's super warm yet packable. Perfect for wearing on its own in cool weather *or* for layering over base layers or under a shell depending on the conditions.

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    The jacket is water-resistant and has an elastic hood, cuffs, and hem.

    Price: $87.98+ (originally $219.95, available in sizes S–XL and four colors)

    2. Sorel leather boots made of waterproof leather with sealed seams so your everyday stylish boots also just so happen to be your most practical ones.

    dark brown chucka style suede boots
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    Price: $76.48 (originally $169.95, available in men's sizes 7–15 and two colors)

    3. A Patagonia Synchilla Fleece Pullover with vintage flair and undeniable coziness. I've had a crush on this jacket for straight up years — look at those snaps!

    model in three-colored monochromatic maroon fleece with quarter-snap top
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    Promising review: "I debated about spending this much money on a hoodie, but I have absolutely no regrets! It’s soft, it’s warm, it’s obviously high quality, and I love knowing that it’s made from recycled materials!! Don’t hesitate to buy one of these, especially if you find it on sale!" —Gracie C.

    Price: $89.25+ (originally $119, available in women's sizes XXS–XXL and four discounted colors)

    4. A Mountain Hardwear fleece beanie with lil' ear flaps, because cold ears are one of life's little annoyances we can take care of right here and now.

    model in fitted beanie with green top, small black ear flaps, and a mountain hardware logo
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    Price: $16.34+ (originally $37.95, available in sizes M–XL and two discounted colors)

    5. Bearpaw Booshie Boots to keep your tootsies unbelievably warm, dry, and cute, no matter how bad the weather gets this year.

    tall black suede comfy boots with knit back panel and two buckles
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    Promising review: "This is my second pair of these same exact boots. I own some Uggs and honestly these are almost as nice, comfortable and have lasted longer. The last pair I wore almost daily (except in the summer) and they lasted almost two years! My feet were warm and never got wet! They are a great price considering how long they last, and great quality! You will not regret your purchase, these are money well-spent!" —Allison P.

    Price: $44.98 (originally $89.95, available in women's sizes 6–11 and three colors).

    6. An Atomic helmet for keeping your noggin safe and sound as you tear up the slopes. Helmets can get pretty funky, but this one has a removable, washable lining made of odor- and bacteria-fighting merino.

    black helmet with fabric lining over the ears
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    Promising review: "Hands down this is the most comfortable helmet I've ever skied in. Over the years I have skied in Giro, Bern, Shred, Smith, Pret, and Poc. The Count Amid offers great protection and an amazing fit. Nothing more to really say!" —Max R.

    Price: $129.97 (originally $199.95, available in three sizes)

    7. A Backcountry quarter-zip fleece equally suited for adventures in the woods or just boppin' about town.

    model in navy blue jacket with pockets that's a darker blue on the chest panel
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    Promising review: "Sleek look. This is a great mid layer for skiing, and can even be worn around the office." —Christian Braathen

    Price: $34.98+ (originally $99.95, available in men's sizes S–XXL and three colors)

    8. Oboz Bridger Insulated Boots with a waterproof leather upper and top-notch traction to keep your feet dry and prevent you from slipping wether you're walking down your driveway or on a full-blown winter hike.

    tan lace-up boots with sturdy tread and shearling lining sticking out of the top
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    Price: $138.75 (originally $185, available in women's sizes 6–11)

    9. Smith ChromaPop Goggles that keeps your vision sharp while you ski and snowboard with anti-fog technology and detail-enhancing lenses.

    goggles with silver lenses, green details, and a thick elastic band
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    Promising review: "I snowboard often and wanted a low price, minimalist frame goggle with a good lens for blue bird days and a good lens for low light and night riding. This goggle checks off all my requirements. For the price, this goggle has a great quality lens. I've had no fogging issues and the peripheral is just right for my head (I wear a medium/large helmet). Lenses are very easy to swap on and off. Would buy for my loved ones, for sure." —corinne

    Price: $50+ (originally $100, available in 17 colors)

    10. An Under Armour balaclava to wear under your helmet whose infrared lining reflects your own heat back to you so your head is just one never ending ball of warmth.

    black technical balaclava
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    Promising review: "I wore this snowboarding a couple of weeks ago in 10 degree weather, it kept my head so warm I had to take it off for a run. It is doing exactly what I had hoped for!" —Brayden C.

    Price: $19.49 (originally $29.99)

    The temps are already dropping, so head on over to Backcountry and shop the entire sale before it's full-blown winter!

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    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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