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We're on the eve of winter, and you're probably not thinking about camping and hiking. You should be, though, because Cyber Monday is one of the best times to score a deal on everything you need to go out into the hills with a pair of hiking boots or a tent. We're talking hiking boots, headlamps, backpacks — the works.
$899 $764 (15% off)
Oru Kayak's folding boats have been in high demand since the start of the pandemic, but that doesn't mean you can't score a rare deal on one of them like its smallest, the 9'6" Inlet. Use the code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout.
$250 $187 (25% off)
No firepit, no problem with BioLite's portable, smokeless hot box. It can charge your phone while it's ablaze and it makes a great grill too.
$95 $71 (25% off)
It may not look like a flask, and it may not look like it has space for nine ounces of drink plus two shot glasses, a bottle opener, a flashlight and a compass, but it is, and it does.
$140 $112 (20% off)
The lightweight Trailcomber is a far cry from Danner's iconic heavy hikers, but still has enough support for short trips to the trail — and sneaker appeal for the city, too.
$230 $161 (30% off)
A wool sock-like liner makes this one-of-a-kind hiking shoe comfortable despite its rugged Kevlar exterior.
$450 $359 (20% off)
Big Agnes's lightweight backpacking still packs plenty of space and its doors convert into awnings when you want to hang at camp.
$520 $390 (25% off)
Stuffed with 850-fill down, the Phantom is super warm but still manages to pack down small.
$50 $37 (25% off)
The Storm packs more features than its modest price lets on, including waterproofing, multiple light modes and the ability to go from bright to dim with a tap of the finger.
$310 $248 w/ code HOLIDAY20 (20% off)
Hyperlite Mountain Gear is revered by hardcore hikers for its ultralight packs made of Dyneema, one of the strongest fibers in the world.
$90 $72 (20% off)
Primus's new Firestick packs enough BTUs to boil your ramen water into a transforming cylinder tiny enough to fit in your pocket.
$160 $120 (25% off)
If you prefer to hike in trail running shoes, Salomon's Sense Ride is a great option with its quick lace system, Gore-Tex liner and plenty of support.
$350 $315 (10% off)
Photographers who hike won't find a more compact tripod than Peak Design's, which is small enough to fit in a backpack's water bottle holder.
$100 $75 (25% off)
Living in the woods is no excuse for being dirty.
$20 $16 (20% off)
Merino wool makes these hiking socks both soft and stink-resistant.
$110 $55 (50% off)
Minimalist backpacks for day hikes don't come with as much innovative tech as the Chimera, which has a unique self-adjusting feature and pockets in all the right places.
$25 $19 (25% off)
All of CamelBak's bottles are 25 percent off right now, but the sleeper is this excellent and simple insulated camping mug. Use the code HOLIDAY25 at checkout to get the discount.
$16 $11 (31% off)
Enamel camping crockery isn't always blue with white speckles.
$198 $64 (68% off)
You may not have heard of Gap's soon-to-be-closed activewear brand, Hill City. If any one item proves it has real apparel design chops, it's this technical rain jacket. (The full discount will show up at checkout.)
$110 $77 (30% off)
Sleeping beneath the stars doesn't have to be uncomfortable, and it certainly isn't with a 2.5-inch thick sleeping pad.
$25 $19 (24% off)
Don't forget the most essential of hiking essentials.
There's a lot more available than these, so if you don't see anything you like here, be sure to check the sale sections at Backcountry and REI. We'll keep updating this page as we find more of our favorite items to hit the trail with.
Editor's Picks: Best Cyber Week Deals
$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.