Best deals on Patagonia, The North Face (and others)

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By
Sarah Pitts

Backcountry's Winter Semi-Annual Sale is currently happening, which means top brands like Patagonia, The North Face, Marmot, Oakley, and more are up to 50% off.

On top of that, today only the site is also running a special extra 20% deal on certain outdoor gear like backpacks, sleeping bags, and travel accessories.

Whether you enjoy activities that require specific supplies (like camping, hiking, biking, etc.) or you just like to wear practical, all-weather clothing, this sale is worth your attention as it will save you money on high-quality gear.

Here are the best deals from the event that you should shop right now before the extra 20% discount ends tonight at midnight.

 

Bestselling brands up to 50% off

There's a lot on sale during the site's "Full Send February" Semi-Annual Sale, but we clicked through to find those most worth your attention. 

Women's and Men's Patagonia Nano Puff Insulated Jacket: $139 - $159 (was $199)

This super popular puffer from Patagonia is currently discounted, and we don't care that winter is drawing to an end -- this is a practical jacket that will continue to be a fundamental staple of winter wardrobes for years to come.

The North Face Base Camp 71L Duffel: $89.99 (was $138.95)

This durable, tactical duffel from The North Face makes the perfect carry-on or weekender bag. It's water-resistant, full of convenient pockets, and includes detachable shoulder straps for easy carrying. On sale at under $90, it's a solid bargain. 

Women's Patagonia Organic Cotton Quilt Snap-T Pullover Sweatshirt: $79.99 (was $149)

This quilted pullover transitions well from winter layer to spring sweatshirt. It's a trendy and popular Patagonia classic that's currently 46% off at Backcountry. What's not to love?

Men's Patagonia Lightweight Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Pullover: $94.99 (was $119)

While the men's version of the Patagonia pullover isn't available at quite as impressive a discount, this attractive and lightweight layer for hiking or casual wear is still worth your attention at 20% off.

Women's The North Face Venture 2 Jacket: $59.35 (was $98.95)

Spring showers are coming, and it's best to be prepared. This rain jacket from The North Face is fully waterproof and windproof but breathable, so it will provide year-round protection.

Women's and Men's Salomon XA Pro 3D Trail Running Shoe: $84.95 - $129.99 (was $144.95 - $159.95)

Salomon makes some of the most popular trail running shoes out there, so if you're looking forward to hitting the trails as the weather gets warmer, grab a pair of running sneakers while they're on sale.

Women's and Men's Patagonia Organic Cotton Quilt Crew Sweatshirt: $64.98 - $69.99 (was $99)

This sweatshirt is ideal for keeping at your over-air-conditioned office if a slightly more casual dress code is appropriate. It's cozy and soft, like wearing a blanket.

Men's The North Face Arroyo Long-Sleeve Flannel Shirt: $44.95 (was $74.95)

Plaid is always in season, right? This flannel from The North Face is soft, comfortable, and a classic wardrobe staple for outdoorsy people. 

Marmot Tool Box 26L Backpack: $59.99 (was $108.95)

This 26-liter Marmot backpack is the ideal day bag for work commutes, traveling, or shorter hikes. It has a padded sleeve for a laptop and a fleece-lined top pocket ideal for sunglasses or smartphones. Best of all, it's 45% off.

Oakley Stringer Sunglasses: $64.97 (was $143)

These cool shades from Oakley are currently 55% off, making them a great value. They're practical thanks to their Plutonite lenses that block dangerous UV rays.

 

Gear with an extra 20% off

Today only, you can get an even bigger discount on select gear at Backcountry. When you add any of these particular products to your cart, an extra 20% discount will automatically be applied. Here are our favorite deals that you won't want to miss out on. (All prices listed below reflect the 20% savings.)

Big Agnes Q-Core SLX Insulated Sleeping Pad: $83.99+ (was $139.95+)

When it comes to camping, comfort is critical. That's why it's worthwhile to invest in top-quality gear, especially when it's on sale. This is the best sleeping pad we've found, so if you value your sleep, you should consider this option.

Marmot Force 3P Tent: 3-Person 3-Season: $279.99 (was $468.95)

This ultralight three-person tent is ideal for those who like to backpack with a partner or a couple of friends. It weighs just over three pounds and it can house three people, though it most comfortably fits two people with gear. 

Therm-A-Rest Compressible Pillow: $12.79+ (was $24.95+)

Having a pillow when camping makes a big difference. Trust us. It's a big payoff for a small investment, especially when you can get a lightweight compressible pillow from a top camping brand for under $15.

Marmot Fulcrum 30 Sleeping Bag 30F Down: $151.99 (was $289.95)

This Marmot sleeping bag is meant for moderate conditions, so if you enjoy camping during the warmer spring and summer months, it's a noteworthy deal on a lightweight down bag.

Topo Designs Klettersack 25L Backpack: $87.98 (was $169)

We love Topo Designs because their bags are trendy and functional -- the perfect combo when it comes to outdoor gear. This bag has an internal sleeve that can be used for a laptop or a hydration bladder, so you can use it for work or exploring.

Mountainsmith Lookout 80L Backpack: $99.99 (was $224.95)

If you're a serious backpacker (or you're interested in trying it), take note of this top-rated pack on sale for less than $100. It has a capacity suitable for week-long treks.

CamelBak Lobo 9L Backpack: $55.99 (was $99.95)

A CamelBack comes in handy for those who spend time outside, whether that's hiking, biking, attending music festivals, or anything else. It's easy to stay hydrated when your backpack is also a hydration pack. 

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