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    Backcountry's Big Brand Sale Is Here, And That Means Up To 30% Off Columbia Apparel And More

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    Backcountry's Big Brand Sale is here and that means you can get some of your favorite brands for up to 30% off — we're talking Patagonia, Columbia, and more. Who said you have to wait until Black Friday for some good deals?

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    Here are some of our favorites:

    1. A Patagonia duffel bag for any upcoming outdoor adventures. The ripstop fabric won't wear out in the harshest of environments, and it's water-resistant so it'll keep your gear dry. There's even backpack straps, a removable shoulder strap, and an external zippered pocket!

    Crater Blue duffel bag with yellow details
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "Honestly, I don't know how Patagonia does it; but this duffel feels much bigger on the inside than it looks on the outside. I can EASILY see how you could pack 5 days worth of clothes in here if you rolled them or used packing cubes. Personally, I bought it to carry my climbing gear to the gym, plus climbing clothes to change into. With even 3 pairs of shoes, my harness, my chalk bag and the clothes, there's room to spare. It's ridiculous but wonderful magic!" —George B

    Price: $89.99 (originally $129, available in nine colors)

    2. A Columbia sherpa jacket that'll give you extra comfort and protection against wind and cold.

    Sherpa jacket in Dark Nocturnal
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "I bought this for a hiking trip over Labor Day weekend. The weather surprisingly dropped down to the 30s - thankfully I had this sweater and was easily able to layer up. I don't know if I could've made it through my trip without this!!" —Valeria M.

    Price: $88.99 (available in sizes XS-XL and in four colors)

    3. An Outdoor Research echo ubertube neck gaiter to protect your neck from both sun and snow. The quick-drying fabric is lightweight and breathable, and the UPF-15 protection adds an extra layer of coverage.

    Blackberry neck gaiter
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "The ubertube is perfect for stashing in your pack while on a trail run or hike. It is lightweight, takes up hardly any space and is perfect for sun protection on the trail. I also keep one of these in my car these days for any and all needs. This fabric from OR is probably one of my all time favorites! Year round essential!" —Katie Williams

    Price: $14.21 (originally $18.95, available in 21 colors)

    4. An Outdoor Research compression sack so you can travel with everything from jackets to sleeping bags. This water-resistant bag is ultralight so you won't feel weighed down, and you can store it in the end cap pocket when you don't need it.

    Compression sack in Lemongrass
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "Confession: I might be in love with Outdoor Research. I am now purchasing a 15L for my Western Mountaineering bag. The build quality is absolutely fantastic while still being lightweight. The handle on the top/ bottom makes it easy to carry and pull out of your pack. Of the four straps, two have a buckle to make it easy to insert items into the compression sack without fully loosening the straps. Although I normally have my gear in dry bags, the material is water resistance which is perfect for keeping out the morning dew. Overall fantastic product that I would put in the buy it for life category." —Nathan Fisher

    Price: $20.21+ (originally $41.95, available in five sizes and two colors)

    5. A Patagonia down sweater jacket that'll keep you warm without tying you down. The recycled material is durable, breathable, and lightweight. It's got an adjustable hem and an internal pocket that you can also use as a stuff sack for the jacket.

    Model wearing the down sweater jacket in Roamer Red
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "I bought the Patagonia down sweater at the end of the winter on a whim, and I love it so much. It is perfect for doing things around town on the warmer late winter days in Minnesota, and it has been awesome outside for those cold spring days. It is the perfect gap coat for temperatures when it is too warm for a winter coat but too cold for a light layer. I love how light it is, and it's super packable too. I can't say enough about how much I love it!" —Kristine H.

    Price: $159.99 (originally $229, available in sizes XXS-XXL and in 11 colors)

    6. A Smartwool long-sleeve layering top that'll insulate, wick moisture away, and naturally prevent odor. It'll give you an extra lightweight layer, and the shoulder panels (instead of shoulder seams) will give you extra comfort.

    Model wearing an Iron Heather baselayer
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "Perfect for slumming around town or going on a run. Has a nice thin feel that works as a layer or by itself without looking too technical. Doesn’t feel like wool as a 250 weight does, more like a T-shirt. Leaves odor behind so you can wear repeatedly without washing even after sweating (not kidding, my wife does not tolerate smells)."Jeff Cenna

    Price: $63.75 (originally $85, available in sizes S-XXL and in seven colors)

    7. A pair of Salomon hiking boots for the most rigorous of backpacking trails. These breathable and waterproof boots will give you comfort and stability. They even have grippy rubber soles that'll give you secure traction so you don't slip (no shame, we've all done it).

    Hiking boots in Black/India Ink/Monument
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "Purchased these boots for my husband for some mild hiking in upper Michigan. We did 10 miles on his first wear and he was totally comfortable. He has his own sole inserts because he has flat feet and overpronates. These boots were wonderfully comfortable for him. I own women's Salomon boots and I can't say enough good things about the make and wear of their shoes. He did need to size up a half size, but this may have been due to his inserts and wearing slightly thicker socks." —Katy

    Price: $123.71 (originally $164.95, available in sizes 7-13 and in two colors)

    8. A Columbia vest so you can stay warm to your core without the sweat. This is a great choice whether you're hiking, skiing, or roasting marshmallows in the backyard.

    Benton Springs vest in Sea Salt
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "I bought this vest for a family member for Christmas, and they love it! The construction and materials are top notch, which is just what I’ve come to expect from Columbia over the years. The fit of this vest is also quite flattering." —Vincent

    Price: $24.99 (originally $44.99, available in sizes XS-XL and in four colors)

    9. An Outdoor Research down beanie to keep your noggin' warm without feeling too heavy. It boasts 650-fill down insulation to trap warmth, even when the temperature keeps dropping.

    Beanie in Fir
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "This thing saved my life! I took it on a week long backpacking trip in the Great Smoky mountains this past January. Happened to be the coldest week of the winter with night time temps reaching -5 F and day time highs in the single digits. When I stopped for munchies and to catch my breath I instantly threw this on and my head stayed toasty warm. It’s like a sleeping bag for your dome. Btw, I never saw myself in it so I can’t speak to how it looks. Who cares???" —Henry H.

    Price: $34.46 (originally $45.95, available in sizes S/M and L/XL and in four colors)

    10. A Patagonia Prairie Dawn insulated canvas parka, because who wouldn't want a winter coat this cute? The fleece insulation and below-the-knee hem will keep you warm, and the canvas will cut through the coldest of winter winds. The adjustable fleece-lined hood is just the cherry on top.

    Canvas Parka in Owl Brown
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "Beautiful coat that fits perfectly. It’s warm and the inside is so soft. I’m very happy with the fit considering in most reviews some women had trouble finding their happy place in it lol. I’m heavy chested and still feel like I have good room in the shoulders and top. It’s not too long either! Dream jacket for those long WI winters." —Nicole T.

    Price: $181.35+ (available in sizes XS-XL and in three colors)

    11. A pair of Smartwool socks to add some flair to your outfit. The merino wool will keep your feet comfy, dry, and ~odor-resistant~.

    Margarita socks in Ash
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "I have been wearing Smartwool socks for 3 years. These socks just keep getting better! My last pair Smartwool Margaritas wore out after 2.5 yrs of heavy use, so I purchased these! They are even better! They have a great shape and the heel and toe are flexible and well-made. I will definitely keep purchasing Smartwool socks for backpacking and winter! They dry quickly (which makes them great for long hiking or backpacking trips) and they are warm for winter! Happy walking!" —sar michelle

    Price: $12.07+ (originally $21.95, available in sizes S-L and in nine styles)

    12. A Columbia rain jacket that'll keep your kids clean and dry. The elastic cuffs will keep the heat in, and there are even reflective details for safety in low-viz situations.

    Glennaker rain jacket in Columbia Grey/Dark Mountain
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "I love Columbia! I bought this for my son and he can't stop wearing it, even if it's not raining." —Bethany J.

    Price: $22.49+ (available in sizes XS-XL and in eight styles)

    13. A pair of Smartwool liner gloves so you can keep your hands warm and still use your phone. They can be layered or worn alone, and while the wool adds warmth, the gloves are still breathable.

    Liner gloves in Silver Gray Heather
    Backcountry

    Promising review: "Perfect glove liner to go under a good winter glove. Makes it super convenient if you need to remove your big bulky glove to adjust goggles, zip up a jacket, adjust a ski binding. Anytime I take my gloves off my hands freeze, however with a merino wool liner I stay warm and dry." —ashley b

    Price: $16.80 (originally $24, available in sizes XS-L and in two colors)

    So go check out Backcountry's Big Brand sale — take advantage of it while you can!

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

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