Black Friday is just around the corner, which means almost countless retailers are offering the lowest prices of the year. Some stores have already started selling them, including Walmart, Macy’s and more. However, REI is known not to participate in Black Friday — instead, it encourages employees and shoppers to spend time with their families, preferably outdoors — but you can still find them at the outdoor retailer’s Black Friday alternative “Get Up Get Out Sale” to get a discount.
REI’s Gear Up Get Out sale now runs through November. 21 and offers discounts on thousands of items. Amon deals: 30% off REI’s Co-op brand; up to 30% off camping and hiking gear, snow sports and cold weather apparel essentials; up to 20% off car racks; up to 50% off men’s and women’s apparel discounts; up to 40% off bike rides; 20% off REI Adventures; and more.
Whether you’re getting ready to go skiing, stocking up for next year’s camping season, or looking for holiday gifts, there’s something for all kinds of outdoorsmen. It can be tiresome to comb through all the deals, which is why we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up 24 of our favorites below.
$129 REI $97
We love Rumpl blankets made from recycled plastic bottles. They’re the perfect camping companions because not only are they packable, warm and have a waterproof DWR coating, they look great too. Right now, you can grab the National Park Edition Original Puffy for $97, or the base model for $74.
$219 REI $131
Whether you’re hiking or just walking the dog, a trusted down jacket is a must when the temperatures drop. This goose down with 850 fill power will keep you extra toasty in the freezing cold.
$16 REI $8
No matter what adventure you’re going on, you need to bring a water bottle. This one from Nalgene is halved and features a lovely REI-themed design.
$300 REI $150
Yeti’s Super Rugged Camping Chair is now on a huge 50% discount. We’ve been testing it for about a year, and while it’s a bit bulky and bulky to transport, it’s very comfortable to sit in, making it perfect for car camping, backyard lounging, or tailgating.
$40 REI $30
You might think you don’t need towels for your next camping trip, but they can really come in handy. Whether you’re drying dishes or wiping water off your gear after a storm, this lightweight and packable towel deserves a spot on your camping bucket list. We tested it ourselves, and in addition to its packability, we liked that it has a small loop for easy drying.
$199 REI $139
If you’re going skiing this winter, check out this snow and ski jacket from REI Co-op for 30% off. With synthetic insulation and a two-layer waterproof membrane, it will keep you dry and warm whether you’re in the backcountry or on Rabbit Hill.
$275 REI $206
This down jacket from Cotopaxi is one of the brand’s most popular down jackets, thanks to its bold colorblock design and excellent 800-fill-power goose down insulation.
$360 REI $270
If you go outdoors a lot, you know how important layering is. Combining a warm fleece lining with a waterproof shell, this jacket from The North Face makes the whole process easy. You can wear them alone or together to fight whatever nature throws at you.
$110 REI $82
Base layers are crucial when you’re going on an adventure, as they help regulate your body temperature and keep you warm in the coldest conditions. We love Smartwool’s base layers because they are light, comfortable and breathable. Because it’s made from merino wool, this base layer may be a little itchy at first for those with sensitive skin, but it gets softer and more comfortable with washing.
20 dollars REI $15
A high-quality pair of socks can make a huge difference in how comfortable your feet are while hiking. Lightweight cushioning, elastic arch straps and Smartwool’s famous merino wool blend, these will be your new hiking socks.
$69 REI $52
If your toes get cold while relaxing at camp, you need these insulated booties from The North Face. They have enough traction to move around your campsite safely and keep your feet warm with the brand’s Thermoball Eco insulation.
50 U.S. dollars REI $37
Headlights are very useful. Whether you’re walking the dog at night, looking for something in a dark closet, or fixing a leak under the sink, headlights can come in handy in a variety of situations. We love this product from Black Diamond thanks to its bright 400 lumen output, ease of use and reliability.
$109 REI $76
Anyone who’s been out camping a lot knows that it’s easy to get out of hand with all your gear. That’s why you should consider buying this 40-liter recyclable duffel bag from REI Co-op, big enough to store your weekend gear, but small enough to take with you.
$400 REI $350
Relying on your phone is a bad idea when you’re venturing into the wilderness. The Garmin inReach Mini 2 uses a satellite connection to connect with the civilized world in case the unexpected happens, giving you peace of mind during your adventures. It’s rarely discounted, but right now you can get it for $50 off.
50 U.S. dollars REI $25
If you’re looking for a cheap chair so you don’t have to sit on a rock the next time you’re at camp, look no further than this chair from REI Co-op. It’s cheaper than many chairs at regular prices, but it’s on sale right now at a 50% discount for just $25.
$315 REI $236
Investing in a good backpack can be expensive, which is why we love when Osprey gear hits the market. This pack holds your gear for the next week’s travels and has plenty of pockets and supports so you can hike in comfort.
$200 REI $150
If you hate starting a fire from scratch — or if you’re not allowed to start a fire because of a fire ban — having this portable propane fire pit is a great idea. Right now, you can get the Ignik Pit for $50 off so you can easily roast marshmallows wherever you are.
$31 REI $23
Perfect for yoga studios, trails or cars, this tumbler mug from Stanley has double vacuum insulation to keep your drinks cold or piping hot. Plus, its integrated straw cap means it’s super easy to sip on the go.
$719 REI $575
If you’ve been looking for a roof storage box for your car, now is the time to buy it. This 453-liter carbonate box from Yakima is now 20% off, saving you nearly $150 and tons of trunk space.
$315 REI from $236
Winter is just around the corner, and if you plan to do any winter camping, you will need a warm 0 degree sleeping bag. This item from Mountain Hardwear is now 25% off, so you can stay warm on your next cold-weather outing.
$85 REI $59
Hammocks are an absolute must for our camp, which is why now is a great time to buy a Kammok Double Hammock for $20+. This hammock can hold up to 500 pounds and is the perfect way to relax in the woods on your next trip.
$230 REI $172
Not only does this lightweight sleeping pad keep you comfortable while sleeping in your tent, but it also has built-in insulation to help keep you warm on cold nights.