Given that The North Face is one of the biggest names in the outdoor gear space, it’s no surprise that some of that stuff would go on sale from time to time. It is amazing though, just how much if you can pick up right now at Mountain Steals for 30 percent off. Truly. Even the good stuff — here’s everything we’ve got our eyes on.
The North Face ThermoBall Eco Hoodie
The ThermoBall Hoodie is The North Face’s classic insulating jacket. It hits that Goldilocks zone of not-too-warm and not-too-light, and now it’s also not-too-expensive.
The North Face Ventrix Jacket
Ventrix is one of The North Face’s newest insulations. The company made it for high-output activities in the cold, like ski touring or winter hiking. We’ve found that it’s perfect for commuting too.
The North Face Denali Crew
The North Face first released the Denali in 1988. This crewneck is a newer iteration of the classic, but no less functional.
The North Face Campshire Pullover
The Campshire lies on the plusher side of the fleece spectrum. It’s incredibly soft, plenty warm and perfect for those cold days when you’re “working from home.”
The North Face Crevasse Pack
The Crevasse Pack checks all the boxes for retro-forward outdoor gear: bright colors, barrel pockets, lash loops that’ll never see use. This newer take includes a padded laptop sleeve, so it isn’t all for show.
The North Face Griffin 65 Pack
The updated Griffin 65 is one of the best backpacking bags we’ve tested recently. That’s mostly thanks to its highly adjustable harness system that pivots and self-equalizes as you hike, and a set of accessible pockets that make packing and unpacking a breeze.
The Gear Patrol Commuter, made in tandem with Priority Bicycles, was inspired by — and tested on — the streets of New York City. Streamlined for your everyday grind, it a pairs a durable, easy-to-maintain feature set with an understated colorway you won’t find anywhere else. Buy Now: $899 $799
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