Four Patagonia items that we stand by as hiking and camping staples are up to 40 percent off right now. While the idea of winter camping is sometimes too involved for us, thanks to the Daylight Saving time change, the possibility of spring camping is seemingly right around the corner. Stock up with a lightweight Synchilla Snap-T fleece pullover, a Nano-Air Jacket, a Black Hole Pack or the Stretch Rainshadow rain jacket — all of which are on sale right now.
You’ll have to cull through sizes and colors, but these lightweight layers and backpack streamline any packing you have to do for any upcoming mountain, lake (or city) adventures. In addition to keeping you warm and dry, these jackets might double as a wadded up pillow on a long flight or car ride and all fit seamlessly into the 26-liter ripstop backpack. While these four items are some of our favorites for hiking and camping, there are a handful of other Patagonia items on sale at Huckberry, Backcountry and Patagonia right now, too.
Lightweight Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Pullover
Fleece is embedded in Patagonia’s heritage — the material is soft, light and warm, even when it’s wet.
Nano Air Jacket
The Nano Air is lighter and more breathable than typical synthetic insulated jackets, which makes it perfect for transitional springtime weather.
Lightweight Black Hole Pack
Made of Patagonia’s lightweight yet rugged Black Hole fabric, this backpack is ideal for stuffing in a suitcase should a last-minute adventure arise on vacation.
Stretch Rainshadow Jacket
It’s lightweight — a theme of this curated sale — and stretchy, but sufficiently waterproof on top of that.
Gear Patrol also recommends:
Patagonia Better Sweater 1/4 Zip Fleece ($59)
Patagonia Insulated Fjord Flannel Jacket ($118)
Patagonia PowSlayer Jacket ($490)
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