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Backcountry’s Memorial Day Sale Is Here And I’m Geared Up To Buy Everything

Backcountry’s Memorial Day Sale Is Here And I’m Geared Up To Buy Everything

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You can score big off men, women, and kids selections for all your outdoor needs!

You have until May 27th!

Without further ado…let’s GET SHOPPING!

1.

A Patagonia fleece jacket so you can stay toasty warm when braving the outdoors after the sun goes down.


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Promising review: “This is my camping sweater. It’s SO WARM, it’s amazing. I worked in the outdoor industry and wore it on my coldest winter nights — it doubles as a great pillow!” —Moriah G

Price: $69.98+ (originally $99+; available in sizes XXS–XL and eight colors)

2.

A pair of backpacking boots that’ll ~stomp out~ any worries of uncomfortable piggies while hiking. They’re built for comfort, protection, and are even waterproof! Did I mention they’re moisture-wicking? So long, damp feet.


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They have an ortholite footbed to maintain inner climates, while its dual-density midsole provides long-lasting comfort and support.

Promising review: “I love these boots! They do run a little big, so I went a half size down from my normal size and they fit me perfectly. They support my foot and ankle perfectly, making me feel secure while hiking. They are also lightweight, so they’re excellent for backpacking.” —Alexis Sullivan

Price: $172.46 (originally $229.95; available in sizes 6–11and two colors)

3.

A set of North Face hybrid leggings for climbing or training in full freedom, thanks to these bbs’ ability to move *with* you. AND they have a waist pocket for your keys. Win, win.


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Promising review: “I would have given these leggings five stars for comfort, fit, etc. BEFORE I took a pretty bad fall down a mountain side. After sliding down a downed tree, over sharp branches, then falling into a hole, getting stuck, then sliding my legs along sharp rocks and branches as I climbed out….these leggings appear to be 100% as good as new!! The backside of my thigh got scraped raw a decent amount, but it did absolutely nothing to these leggings, other than the small amount of blood that soaked through!! These are my first pair of TNF leggings and I am definitely converted to a loyal customer now!!” —Laura D.

Price: $69.98+ (available in sizes XS–XL and three colors)

4.

An Ambit3 heart rate monitor watch, because this’ll EASILY keep up with you on all your adventures. It boasts a GPS satellite with waypoint, route, and track planning, plus an altitude graph, digital compass, and of course, a heart rate monitor. This thing is e f f i c i e n t.


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Promising review: “This has had over 500,000 feet of ascent so far this year with no hiccups!” —Jimmy Elam

Price: $183.20 (originally $229; available in two colors)

5.

A printed one-piece bathing suit so you can *dive* into summer with a comfy yet trendy go-to. Commence limitless beach pics.


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Promising review: “I absolutely love this swimsuit!! It is adorable and fits my body perfectly. This suit comes in such fun prints, perfect for the beach. It makes you feel tropical while you’re wearing it!” —Jenessa

Price: $63.71 (originally $84.95; available in sizes XS–XL and four styles).

6.

A Herschel Supply backpack that’ll hold anything and everything you need, whether preparing for your next big trip or just heading to work with a lot of ~baggage~. Its contoured straps and mesh back padding ensure comfortable wear, while its outside laptop pocket keeps your tech safe.


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Promising review: “This is a really awesome everyday backpack that does it all. You can squeeze a whole lotta essential, or not so essential stuff in this pack. The dedicated laptop sleeve and organizational pocks make it great for keeping everything right where you need it. Comfort is also on point; the padded straps really help for those longer hauls around town. I highly recommend snagging one of these!” —Eli Harrison

Price: $59.99+ (originally $99; available in 19 colors)

7.

A quick-dry button-down for showing off an elevated style *and* impressive clothing tech. It wicks moisture (goodbye sweaty armpits), has a secure chest pocket to hold small valuables, and even has four-way stretch to prevent restriction.


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Promising review: “I really like chest pockets and this shirt has one, but it isn’t noticeable which I really like. Plus the zipper pocket ensures nothing is going to fall out when I spontaneously challenge someone to a handstand competition. The tech fabric is durable and abrasion resistant, with added stretch (more room for activities).” —Nic DeSeelhorst

Price: $49.97 (originally $99.95; originally S–XXL and two colors)

8.

A pair of hiking sneakers, because outdoor activities only rock when you’re wearing the proper gear. They’re super lightweight, block moisture, and have molded inserts to keep your feet padded all darn day.


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Price: $127.50 (originally $150; available in sizes 6–10 and two colors)

9.

A lightweight waterproof rain jacket so you’re left high and dry in a GOOD way the next time you’re caught by surprise. It’s designed to be super packable so you always have a backup even if the weather is *supposed* to be nice.


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Promising review: “This is the perfect go-anywhere, do-anything rain shell. It’s unbelievably lightweight, while maintaining the durability, breathability, and weather protection we’ve come to expect from Gore-Tex. The trim fit means it won’t look baggy or boxy when you throw it on over your T-shirt during an impromptu rain shower, but with articulated seams, you won’t feel restricted when moving around or layering under it, either.” —Zina Bougri

Price: $224.25 (originally $299; available in sizes XS–XL and six colors)

10.

A child’s bike trailer that’ll let you take the kiddos for a ride, instead of leaving them at home. It easily hitches onto your bike, is securely padded, and has a five-point safety harness system!


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Promising review: “I’m trailing this buggy behind my bike to take my four year old daughter to the Montessori school here in Gainesville, Florida. There’s no road between my house so our wild ride takes us on a 2.5 mile cut-through, which incorporates a relatively rough 3/4 mile off-road segment. It’s been raining almost every day here in August and September and so the trail is washed out, very muddy at times, with some standing water too. There’s a gnarly steep and eroded hill, and tricky going up. Our daily commute provides a vigorous real-life test of all the Cub’s capabilities. The quality and durability of the Cub are excellent, we haven’t lost any nuts and bolts up to now, unlike the Weehoo Wego that we previously owned. Overall, I am pleased with the Cub, and I think there is no better buggy out there for serious daily utilitarian usage.” —Clifford B.

Price: $454.32 (originally $698.95)

11.

A moisture-wicking tank top with a stylish scoop back for staying comfy and dry while doing low-impact activities, like yoga or barre.


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Price: $36.71+ (originally $48.95; available in sizes XS–XL and four colors)

12.

A portable wireless speaker, because it may be small but it packs a punch. It boasts high-definition sound, Bluetooth wireless connection from 33 feet away, and 18 hours of continuous listening.


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Promising review: “This gets loud, has superior sound quality and a fantastic battery life, and recharges my phone. I have no complaints whatsoever. I even started using it in my car, because it’s better than my car sound system! Get one and enjoy it.” —Andrew Williams

Price: $100 (originally $199; available in five colors)

13.

A quick-drying, sporty dress with POCKETS so you can look polished while feeling at-ease about whatever elements may come your way. Humidity? No sweat stains here. It even has UPF 45+ for sun protection!


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Price: $74.25 (originally $99; available in sizes XS–XL and two colors)

14.

A sling rope bag that’ll make it easy to carry around your essentials if you hate purses, but want everything ~at hand~. Did I mention its easy-access vertical front pockets?!


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Promising review: “This bag has so many uses. It’s a durable day-pack you can use on the trail or around town, and the perfect travel companion. It’s functional enough for daily use and stylish enough to make a statement. Plus, there are so many sporty patterns to choose from. It also holds more than you’d expect considering its slim, snug-fitting design.” —Keith Reis

Price: $39.98+ (originally $49.95; available in 19 styles)

15.

A fleece crew sweatshirt for feeling unbeatably cozy even when in the middle of the woods at night. Its super soft French terry knit offers both snugness and breathability — almost as good as being indoors.


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Price: $39.98 (originally $79.95; available in sizes S–XXL and two colors)

16.

A pair of in-ear headphones, because these’ll let you take quality audio wherever your next trail leads you. They have precision acoustics for listening clarity and in-line controls for answering calls and controlling volume and tracks.


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They come with a carrying pouch and interchangeable ear pieces!

Promising review: “I like them and they work well. I’m not a connoisseur of headphones, they sound good and they fit in my ear very well.” —DJ Redundant II

Price: $120 (originally $150; available in two styles)

17.

A pair of board shorts so you can keep the day full of activities as soon as you leave the water. They dry FAST to prevent chill, have a stretch fit to easily move with you, and even have zippered rear pockets.


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Promising review: “These are easy to wear. They’re very light and cool in the summer heat! I love the color choices and the feel!” —BackCountry Customer

Price: $35.95+ (originally $54.95; available in sizes XS–XL and nine colors and patterns)

18.

Julbo aero sunglasses that’ll keep your ~eyes on the prize~ when biking. They’re anti-fog and are designed to not only vent away airflow, but comfortably fit your nose and temples so you barely know they’re there.


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Promising review: “These are awesome. With the sun going down at 5 p.m. nowadays, I’m finishing my rides when the sun’s down. I don’t take these things off. They’re super light and comfortable.” —JP Burkemper

Price: $157.46 (originally $209.95; available in seven colors)

19.

A pair of sturdy tech pants for keeping your legs safe while climbing or hiking. They’re stretchy, durable, and have a gusseted crotch and articulated knees to leave you free to move safely around rocky areas.


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Promising review: “These are so solid! I have always been a fan of the Stretch Zion pants, but these are the more durable big brother that are free of the goofy cargo pocket. They are slightly thicker, which is great for climbing when you are banging your knees and legs all over the wall, and I LOVE the zipper pockets that keep your goods from falling out when you are on the wall.” —JB Graham

Price: $55.97 (originally $79.95; available in sizes 30–38 and two colors)

20.

A pair of durable backpacking boots, because these’ll help put your *foot down* when it comes to low-quality hiking gear. Their quick-dry design will keep your feet safe from sweat, while their cushioned support ensures stability (and absorb shock!).


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Promising review: “These boots are perfect for anything from walking around town in the snow to a hike. They are extremely comfortable, great fitting, and durable as all get out. Not to mention the waterproofing!” —Caleb Rio-Anderson

Price: $172.46+ (originally $229.95; available in sizes 7–14 and three colors)

21.

A North Face vest so you’re never left without backup when the temperature unexpectedly drops. Why, you say? This whole thing can pack into a pocket for easy storage — aka you’ll never have to deal with chills again.


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Promising review: “This vest is great! It’s warm, fits true to size, and looks good. I wear it everywhere. It’s great for layering.” —Patricia B.

Price: $89.97 (originally $178.95; available in sizes XS–XXL and two colors)

22.

A pair of lightweight active shorts that’ll not only resist light rain and precipitation, but keep you comfy, comfy, comfy when you have a busy day. They are MADE for on-the-go.


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Promising review: “I own two pairs of these shorts and I love them. They are comfortable, stretchy, and durable, and the longer length makes them great for climbing with a harness. It’s often hard to find women’s shorts with good pockets — and these shorts have nice deep pockets!” —Kate

Price: $41.21 (originally $54.95; available in sizes XS–L and six colors

23.

A high-impact sports bra for saying ta-ta to restrictive bras. It offers maximum coverage, underwire construction, ~gel-padded straps~, and moisture-wicking, quick-drying technology. Now you just have to work out.


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Promising review: “I wear a 38D bra and finding comfortable, supportive sports bras is always a chore. This is my second Maia sports bra and it is working out well. The straps are adjustable and padded which really helps when you need extra length. The underwire helps with the support, but is not uncomfortable. The back clasp makes this easy on and easy off, no trying to pull it over your head.” —Ann R.

Price: $37.95+ (originally $57.95; available in sizes 32C–42DD and seven colors and patterns)

24.

A sports cap with cooling mesh side panels and a sweatband, because this’ll keep you out of your head when you’re working out in warmer weather.


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Promising review: “The smaller size of the cap fits comfortably and size of the adjustable strap is small enough that it does not flap when riding my bike.” —Jae Stefano Chung

Price: $26.25 (originally $35; available in S/M–L/XL and three colors)

25.

A quick-drying performance skirt so you have full freedom to move while hiking or running. It’ll keep you cool when it’s hot outside, thanks to its mesh-lined shorts with cool air circulation.


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Price: $44.96 (originally $59.95; available in sizes XS–XL)

Don’t forget to check out the rest of their incredible sale for up to 50% off!

You have until May 27th!!!

Now go forth on your next adventure!!!


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

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