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Take it from us: there are few better ways to go camping than in a rooftop tent. High above the world on top of your ride, there's no need to worry about intruding animals, rocky sleeping surfaces or groundbound cold seeping up; there's just you and the view, safe and sound between earth and sky. And if you want to take one of these home at a discount, you can do so right now as part of the broader Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales extravaganza.
As part of their Cyber Monday sales extravaganza, Backcountry is offering 15% off any and all full-price items in a first-time buyer's cart — including a wide variety of rooftop tents. Roofnest is also offering a Cyber Monday sale, in which you can save $250 on any tent — or $600 if you buy two.
$2,895 $2,645 ($250 off)
Roofnest's Sparrow has been redesigned for 2020 for more space, without compromising its ability to mount even to smaller cars.
$2,995 $2,745 ($250 off)
Condors like to nest in high places. This tent lets you do the same — though its giant, expandable base and padded mattress means you'll be way more comfortable.
$1,850 $1,573 ($227 off if first-time customer)
A low-profile design that reduces drag when stowed, yet offers comfortable, waterproof sleeping quarters for up to three people when opened.
$2,300 $1,950 ($350 off if first-time customer)
This tent is perfect for anyone planning on doing some overlanding, thanks to features like its 600D ripstop blend fabric and insulated base.
$2,750 $2,338 ($412 off if first-time customer)
Go big with this off-road-ready, four-season, three-person tent that comes complete with an annex shelter for added space.
Considering these rooftop camping situations run well into four figures, this can work out to a nice savings. But act fast.
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$360 $247 (31% off)
The OG best coffee maker is now over $100 off. There's a reason why this has been the gold standard of drip coffee makers, with it's classic design and 5 year warranty. Take advantage of this rare discount - they're certain to sell out fast.
$800 $700 ($100 off)
Sporting a digital interface like the popular (and much pricier) Oracle and a built-in grinder, dosing mechanism and milk wand like the stellar value Barista Express line, the Barista Pro is a more user and budget-friendly version of the brand’s entry and enthusiast-level espresso machines. Take advantage of this first and rare discount on this popular model.
$200 $150 ($50 off)
The HD 450BT's standout feature is the price; they cost $200, which is significantly less expensive than the company’s flagship noise-canceling headphones, the $400 Momentum 3 Wireless. Additionally, the HD 450BT charge via USB-C and will get roughly 30 hours of playtime with ANC turned on. Save $50 for a limited time.
$180.00 $126.00 (30% off w/code CELEBRATE)
The Adidas Ultraboost has been a Gear Patrol favorite since it launched in 2015. They're a perfect crossover for training and run commuting. While they go on sale often, 30% off for all colorways is a good find.
$495 $395 ($100 off)
Ditch the chemicals with Caraway’s ceramic-coated cookware. This complete set comes equipped with pan & lid storage units and works on all energy sources.
$199.95 $149.96 ($49.54 off)
The 22L Unbound is our pick for Best Soft Cooler because it's sleek, has plenty of storage space (we fit 24 cans of beer), is comfortable to wear on short jaunts and utilizes Hydro Flask's superior insulating technologies to keep contents cool for up to 48 hours.
$19.00 $16.99 ($2.01 off)
Did you just get a new iPhone 12? Do you lose chargers all the time like us? While the discount isn't huge, this is a useful buy if you want to take advantage of your new phone's MagSafe capabilities.
$45 $20 (56% off)
Offered in a number of colors and sizes, Zojirushi mugs are renowned for their quality. This one keeps beverages hot for up to six hours, and there’s a five-year warranty on the heat retention, so you’re essentially getting five years of steaming java in one purchase.
$50 $37 (25% off)
Hydro Flask’s new insulated bottle construction features narrower vacuum-sealed walls that make this water bottle lighter than others but no less capable of keeping contents cold, or hot. It’s not just the best insulated water bottle available; it’s one of the best new products of the year.
$259.00 $220 (15% off)
This linen sheet set is as airy as you’d want it to be, but the weave isn’t too loose either, as was common in testing cheaper linens. The low cost and variety of colors make it a rock-solid starter set.
$146.90 $125.99 ($20.91 off)
With an adjustable headrest and a tilt tension adjustment knob, this is the best office chair under $150 we've found. While adjustable armrests would be nice, saving even more on this commendable seating option is too good to pass up.
$380.00 $250.00 ($130 off)
It's braising season, and this classic Dutch oven can weather any dish you throw at it. If you haven't added the classic Le Creuset Dutch Oven to your kitchen, now's your chance.
$168.00 $138 (18% off)
Our first collab with our friends Taylor Stitch, the Reversible Able Vest (and the Lombarid Jacket as well) offers an Arid Camo on one side with Taylor Stitch's proprietary Boss Duck on the other. Score 18% off on this collab now and snatch one a perfect layering garment. Special funding pricing ends 12/5.