With the continued surge in coronavirus overtaking "trampling by stampede" on the list of Cyber Monday perils, it's no wonder that many retailers have made the deals digital. Most of them are already active ahead of the unofficial holiday, too — you can get everything from mattresses to speaker sets — though one thing you shouldn't bank on scoring a deal on is a Yeti cooler. Alas, the brand's ultra-rugged gear is proving as durable to price cuts as grizzly attacks; there's no busting these doors.
That said, the company is running a rare promo that could please some of its devoted fans. It opened up a section of its website called Gear Garage Finds that features an array of products available in discontinued sizes and colors. There's a lot of drinkware here, but there are also backpacks and totes, and, if you refuse to buy a cooler in any hue other than coral, you're in luck. Stock is limited, naturally, but Yeti says it'll update the page daily with new items.
Oh, and we did manage to find one noteworthy Yeti discount: 40 percent off an 18-ounce stainless steel water bottle.
The Best Cyber Monday Camping and Hiking Deals
$30 $18 (40% off)
Yeti is known for its coolers, but don't shrug its awesome insulated water bottles.
$350 $245 (30% off)
If you're down with camo and hunter orange then you can snag OtterBox's ice vault for a cool $105 off. (Other colors are 25% off, an $85 discount.)
$199 $149 (25% off)
Rumpl's puffy blanket is made of the same stuff as a sleeping bag but won't look strange on the sofa at home after the camping trip is over.
$190 $133 (30% off)
No travel duffel does what the SEG42 does for keeping you organized on the go.
$220 $154 (30% off)
It's not small enough for backpacking, but you won't find a more comfortable camp chair.
$120 $90 (25% off)
The Talon is lightweight at roughly one and a half pounds but is packed with features including hydration reservoir compatibility, water bottle pockets and a helmet fastener.
$180 $135 (25% off)
They're lightweight thanks to a carbon fiber construction, and have comfy non-slip cork grips.
$120 $90 (25% off)
If the trails you walk frequently include sidewalks, this approach shoe and its slip-on capabilities won't let you down.
$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.)