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Shop Backcountry's Black Friday Sale For Up To 50% Off On Outdoor Gear, Apparel, And More

Hey all you outdoorsy folks, gear heads, and people who are searching for the perfect gift for the adventurer in your life! Backcountry is having a rockin’ Black Friday sale with up to 50% off tons of their best apparel, gear, and more!


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^Literally me trying to go on my next camping trip after over-indulging in outdoor deals.

Here’s just a few of our favorite deals:

1.

30% off a three-season Marmot sleeping bag with a synthetic fill that’s rated to 30 degrees. In plain terms, it’s a bag that will keep you toasty warm in *most* weather conditions, so if you’re looking for something for weekend camping trips in the spring, summer, and fall, this is a fantastic choice.

two-tone dark and lime green mummy shaped sleeping bag


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Promising review: “Now don’t get me wrong, this bag is not made for 15-degree winter camping, so don’t buy it thinking you’ll camp in snow comfortably. However this bag is super awesome and versatile for most other camping environments. Mine has already been all over the country through many adventures. It was one of the best purchases I’ve ever made — so much bang for my buck. And so much so that I’ve purchased the same model twice again as gifts for my sister and father.” —Sara B.

Price: $69.26+ (originally $98.95+, available with right- or left-side zippers and in regular or long lengths)

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Up to 40% off Sorel faux fur-lined slippers with a cushy, warm interior and rubber soles, so you’re not sliding about inside and can step outside for a moment without having to change shoes.

tan and grey short slipper with shearling lining


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Promising review: “My husband has had a couple pairs of Sorel slippers over the years and I finally purchased my own pair. Very comfortable, warm, and the fit is true to size. They have a nice fuzzy liner so they are comfortable barefoot. Thick waterproof bottom means I can run outside in them if I need to and they seem anti-slip.” —Chet Manley

Price: $47.97+ (originally $79.95+, available in women’s sizes 5–12 and four colors)

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50% off a 60-liter convertible duffel bag fit for any kind of trip you can dream up. It’s made of hard-wearing tarp, has a waterproof section for wet gear, features compression straps and gear loops, and can be turned into a backpack in a snap.

model wearing large grey and yellow duffel as a backpack

model holding the duffel


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Promising review: “This is the nicest duffel I’ve ever owned. It’s made of VERY solid, durable material, has tons of space, and the right amount of pockets to stay organized. I’m also really stoked that I can wear it like a backpack. Everyone should own one of these bad boys.” —Tyson Purkey

Price: $54.98 (originally $119.95, available in four colors)

model wearing large grey and yellow duffel as a backpack

model holding the duffel


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Promising review: “This is the nicest duffel I’ve ever owned. It’s made of VERY solid, durable material, has tons of space, and the right amount of pockets to stay organized. I’m also really stoked that I can wear it like a backpack. Everyone should own one of these bad boys.” —Tyson Purkey

Price: $54.98 (originally $119.95, available in four colors)

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A compact stove perfect for backpacking trips when you want some morning coffee, need to boil some water to rehydrate food, or venture to cook a little something. At 4.2 ounces, it’s weight in your pack that’s well worth it.

three pronged stove that attaches to a small fuel tank for a pot to sit on

the stove folded up and in a red carrying case


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I don’t have this exact stove, but the very similar one that I have is wonderful. I’ve never regretted bringing it on a trip. I know some people like to shed the weight and opt for cold food, but there’s something about coffee during a cool morning on the trail that’s just…perfect.

Promising review: “This stove is amazing — so incredibly lightweight and efficient. Perfect for backpacking when we want a fast, hot meal at the beginning and at the end of the day, without the use of a campfire for cooking. So easy to use.” —Harmony Ruth Epperly

Price: $33.71 (originally $44.95)

three pronged stove that attaches to a small fuel tank for a pot to sit on

the stove folded up and in a red carrying case


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I don’t have this exact stove, but the very similar one that I have is wonderful. I’ve never regretted bringing it on a trip. I know some people like to shed the weight and opt for cold food, but there’s something about coffee during a cool morning on the trail that’s just…perfect.

Promising review: “This stove is amazing — so incredibly lightweight and efficient. Perfect for backpacking when we want a fast, hot meal at the beginning and at the end of the day, without the use of a campfire for cooking. So easy to use.” —Harmony Ruth Epperly

Price: $33.71 (originally $44.95)

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25% off a pair of Black Diamond trekking poles with a strong yet lightweight carbon construction and cork grips that wick moisture and will feel much better in your wands than rubber or plastic ones. For what it’s worth, cork-gripped Black Diamond trekking poles are *literally* on my wishlist this year! The best of the best, in my humble opinion.

black trekking pole with a cork handle and wrist strap


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Promising review: “Had a pair for at least five years now and still going strong, used for everything from regular hiking (save those knees y’all) to mountaineering. Light, tough as nails, comfy handles. Carbide tips bite super well, so make sure to take them off before trying to pack them in anything. Rubber tips work well if you don’t want to scar up rock in drier areas. The clamps have never come undone by accident, even in heavy bushwhacking.” —Matthew B.

Price: $134.96 (originally $179.95)

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Up to 30% off a Patagonia Better Sweater, because whether you’re the outdoorsy type or prefer to stay in cuddled up with a good book, you’ll reach for this iconic cozy sweater all. the. time.

model in dark orange quarter-zip sweater

model in dark teal quarter-sip sweater


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Promising review: “I often regret purchases, this isn’t one of those moments. I love the fleece by Patagonia. It makes for great layering, is really warm and comfortable, and has a great fit. I definitely suggest it.” —Victor Dacruz

Price: $69.30+ for women’s (available in sizes XS–XXL and 17 colors) and $69.30+ for men’s (available in sizes XS–3X and 19 colors).

model in dark orange quarter-zip sweater

model in dark teal quarter-sip sweater


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Promising review: “I often regret purchases, this isn’t one of those moments. I love the fleece by Patagonia. It makes for great layering, is really warm and comfortable, and has a great fit. I definitely suggest it.” —Victor Dacruz

Price: $69.30+ for women’s (available in sizes XS–XXL and 17 colors) and $69.30+ for men’s (available in sizes XS–3X and 19 colors).

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60% off a pair of Gore-Tex snow gloves to keep your hands toasty and, most importantly, dry weather you’re on the slopes or just scraping snow off your car.

model wearing black faux leather gloves


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The gloves also have padded knuckles and loops so you can attach them to your bag with a carabiner.

Promising review: “The biggest thing that drew me to these mittens is the low profile looking wrist area and they did not disappoint in that area at all. Not too bulky and just the right amount of wrist coverage. They’ve got just the right amount of insulation and they kept my hands completely dry the couple times I’ve used them. These gloves feel durable and I’m excited to see how long they will last me.” —Tyler Temarantz

Price: $39.98 (originally $99.95, available in two sizes)

8.

25% off a Black Diamond Spot 350 headlamp to light your way during night hikes or to keep in your pack just in case an adventure lasts longer than expected and you’re out past sundown.

black and red headlamp


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Promising review: “I’ve been through a lot of headlamps and this seems to be THE BEST bang for your buck! It’s bright, has plenty of battery life, and their new light up indicator on side of the lamp will show you how much battery you have left. It would be nice if they had four lights for the battery indicator instead of three, but I’ll take it! The headlamp is easy to dim and brighten and it will remember that same brightness or mode for when you turn it back on. It’s waterproof up to one meter so you don’t have to worry about it failing on you in the middle of an adventure. It also comes with (long lasting) Duracell batteries, which is very nice. Overall I’m very stoked on this affordable Headlamp.” —Marcus Sulskis

Price: $29.96 (originally $39.95, available in four colors)

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30% off a Marmot Limelight tent — it’s a four-person, three-season tent, so it will be roomy as can be on family camping trips. Even if you don’t have four people, it’ll still be nice to store your gear in the tent, but you also have the option to keep it under either of its two vestibules.

orange and red domed tent with a large zippered door and staked vestibule


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The tent comes with a waterproof fly and has a pocket to secure a headlamp for ambient tent lighting. Fancy! The tent weights 7 pounds and 15 ounces.

Promising review: “This is the best tent I own for car camping. It is very spacious and livable. I really enjoy the two massive doors. Four grown men can sleep comfortably in this tent with their gear stored in the generously-sized vestibules. This tent ventilates well on hot days and holds up in inclement weather. I used this tent camping four nights at Bryce Canyon. The last night it snowed all night and we woke up to three inches of snow. We stayed dry, as did our equipment stored in the vestibules. I would recommend purchasing the available footprint and some extra stakes as this tent does not come with stakes for the guy lines.” —Ross Rosier

Price: $285.56 (originally $407.95)

10.

40% off an Outdoor Research gaiter to protect your neck from the sun all through the year. During winter ski trips and summer hikes, you’ll be happy to have this breathable, quick-drying accessory around.

long blue neck gaiter


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Promising review: “I actually bought 10 different colors of this item because it can serve a variety of purposes. It’s extremely lightweight and breathable — so easy to use for a variety of purposes like biking, running, and hiking. I keep a few in the car to use in a pinch in case I forget sunblock.” —Drew

Price: $11.37 (originally $18.95, available in 20 colors)

11.

25% off some heavy-duty winter boots equally suited for ice fishing or just taking out the trash during a Montana winter — that’s the same level of cold, right?

black rubber-bottom boots with a tall fabric leg that can be cinched at the top


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The boots have a wind-and water-resistant upper and waterproof rubber paneling, as well as a removable felt inner for maximum dryness and warmth.

Promising review: “We are having a great snow year in Utah and these have been keeping me dry and warm on day trips, ice fishing, and even in the backyard.” —Ryan W.

Price: $134.96 (originally $179.95, available in men’s sizes 7–14 and two colors)

12.

Up to 30% off a Patagonia Nano Puff insulated jacket that’s a famously warm and packable jacket for days on the mountain or in town.

model in bright green puffer jacket

model in dusty rose puffer jacket


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Promising review: “This is my second nano puff, the first one survived seven years. Still in great condition, just the stitching on the sleeves is starting to fall apart, but I think after but years of daily use in the winter it’s totally normal. It’s a very versatile jacket, light, warm and stylish and even in the 30F you can be pretty comfortable with the jacket and some light mid-layer. I’m really happy that Patagonia stick to the original sizing, materials, and fit.” —erhan ayan

Price: $139.30+ for men’s (originally $199, available in sizes XS–XXL and 13 colors) and $139.30+ for women’s (originally $199, available in sizes XXS–XXS and 10 colors)

model in bright green puffer jacket

model in dusty rose puffer jacket


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Promising review: “This is my second nano puff, the first one survived seven years. Still in great condition, just the stitching on the sleeves is starting to fall apart, but I think after but years of daily use in the winter it’s totally normal. It’s a very versatile jacket, light, warm and stylish and even in the 30F you can be pretty comfortable with the jacket and some light mid-layer. I’m really happy that Patagonia stick to the original sizing, materials, and fit.” —erhan ayan

Price: $139.30+ for men’s (originally $199, available in sizes XS–XXL and 13 colors) and $139.30+ for women’s (originally $199, available in sizes XXS–XXS and 10 colors)

So what are you waiting for? Shop the entire sale, score some of these deals, and set out on your next adventure!


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The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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