REI’s end-of-season spring clearance sale is a great time for huge discounts on quality outdoor gear. Snag these deals March 5-9 and save up to 50% off big-name brands.
With an eye on spring and summer gear, we found great deals on jackets, lightweight tops, and camping essentials. Don’t worry, there are some puffy jackets in here too.
Now through March 9, you can save an extra 25% off items already marked down half off. Add the item to your shopping cart to see the best price. There’s are thousands of products marked down, so be sure to explore the entire end-of-season clearance sale before it ends.
REI End-of-Season Sale: Save Up to 50%
Here are some of the deals that caught our eye. With discounts like these on a limited inventory, there’s no time for a wish list — snatch it up before someone else does.
A rain shell is a must-pack item for any hike, espeically with spring showers just ahead of us. The Talusphere has a 2.5-layer membrane to keep out persistant rain, backpack-friendly pockets, and seamless shoulers. Cyclists should check out the Junction Hooded Cyling rain jackets, on sale for as low as $74.
No sure about you, but we consider underwear an everyday carry. REI has a variety of styles on sale for men and women.
In particular, we like the deals on men’s boxer briefs from SAXX ($18 at 44% off) and these women’s boy shorts from Smartwool ($21 at 47% off). Both are form-fitting and made to keep you dry on the go.
Sleeping Bags: Starting at $45 (Up to 44% Off)
Summer camping doesn’t require the downiest of sleeping bags, and right now is a good time to pick up some lighter bags. T
he cheapest and simplest we found was the rectangle-shaped Dolomite 40 ($45) from The North Face. And then there are lighter, warmer mummy bags from Big Agnes: the Pluton UL 40 ($196), and a women’s-specific Serrana 20 ($123).
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HOKA ONE ONE built a lightweight yet protective upper on top of its cushioned, rocker sole for this hybrid hiker. They’re waterproof and use Vibram’s Megagrip soles for traction in wet conditions. Supply is limited, so get ’em while you can.
Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Pad: $112 (44% Off)
We’ve been familiar with the Comfort Plus for years, and last year we ranked it the best overall backpacking sleeping pad in our annual testing. Our tester really liked how the double air chambers gave the lightweight pad “a built-in redundancy.” Any style of camper should consider picking up this sleeping pad while it’s 44% off.
This midlayer jacket crams in 750-fill worth of hydrophobic down between a waterproof, windbreaking shell. It has a peaked hood as well as zip-up pockets on the side and another on the chest.
Howler Brothers Stockman Stretch Snapshirt — Men’s: $49 (45% Off)
A big discount on a lightweight cotton long-sleeve, with just a touch of spandex to give it some stretch. The cowboy cut in the shoulders allows wide range of motion without pulling up the rest of the shirt for whatever you need to lasso.
United By Blue Trail Weekender Shoulder Bag: $51 (40% Off)
Bring some outdoor chic along for your next flight. This shoulder bag is the size of a carry-on, can be carried by shoulder strap or handles, and the padded interior sleeve fits a 13-inch laptop or tablet.
New to climbing? These split-lasted shoes are shaped like some of Five Ten’s more popular (and expensive) models, yet these have the rubber uppers and extra-sticky rubber outsoles to last you through plenty of early gym sessions.
Toad&Co Primo Henley Shirt — Women’s: $19 (63% Off)
With spring just weeks away, you’ll soon have a chance to wear these lightweight, loose-fitting henleys in warmer weather. Add the item to your cart to see the extra discount noted above.
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