Kickstart your holiday shopping with Backcountry’s early Cyber Sale. Enjoy savings up to half off on bestsellers from top brands.
From winter favorites to year-round gear grabs, you can save big right now. Save up to 50% on gear from Patagonia, The North Face, Arc’teryx, Marmot, and more. Below we’ve outlined some of our favorites, but be sure to check out the entire sale for the full selection.
The cyber savings start on Thanksgiving and run through Dec. 3. Backcountry will release more sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so check back for more deals daily.
Backcountry Cyber Sale: Up to 50% Off Big Brands
The deals we highlight here are just the tip of the iceberg. Other specialty brands you count on for mountaineering gear, rugged winter footwear, year-round eyewear, and causal outdoor apparel are on deep discount too.
Handpicked Deals from the Cyber Monday Sale
The 800-fill down insulation offers warmth on idle fall days and carries over into powder days as a fitted midlayer. It also stuffs into its own zip pocket for compact packing.
Smartwool 250 Base Layers: From $80 (20% Off)
These are live-in base layers that can be worn all day around the house or under other layers, where they can keep you warm and wick moisture. The traditional midweight tops come in crew and quarter-zip, while the women’s bottoms are full or three-quarter length.
Then there’s the IntraKnit Merino 250 Thermal tops and bottoms — built for more active pursuits with zoned thicknesses as well as different knitting around joints to allow more flex without wearing out the garment.
There’s something about a pullover that says, “I don’t plan on taking this off anytime soon.” That’s what Patagonia is going for with its wear-all-day, quarter-zip sweaters made of eco-friendlier fleece.
The Atom AR jacket is an active insulator that emphasizes breathability. It’s fitted close to the body, with cuffs and an adjustable hood to ward off some drafts or winds, but it’ll also fit under a windbreaker or rainshell if the weather turns.
Patagonia Black Hole Duffels: $69-329 (Up to 30% Off)
These bomber bags have plenty of fans and are one of Patagonia’s more famous pieces of gear. There are plenty of sizes and even a wheeled travel option for big hauls. These are designed to resist holes and tears, protect against rain, and can be carried on your back when needed.
Marmot Montreaux Down Coat — Women’s: From $210 (Up to 30% Off)
The Marmot Montreaux is a long down coat for staying warm in winds and cold. Touches of comfort include the fleece-lined torso, a down-filled hood (with removable ruff), and fleece-lined handwarmer pockets.
Arc’teryx Sentinel AR Jacket — Women’s: From $375 (Up to 40% Off)
Stay protected from the elements on the mountain in this three-layer GORE-TEX hardshell. It’s softer on the inside thanks to a flannel backer. The Sentinel AR Jacket is waterproof and breathable but has pit zips for dumping excess heat fast, as well as a relaxed fit with adjustable cords to get it dialed.
Petzl GRIGRI Belay Device: From $82 (Up to 25% Off)
Petzl’s Grigri has built a reputation over the years as a standard for experienced belayers and advanced climbers. It balances assisted braking and slack-feeding, and this model has an expanded rope diameter for ropes ranging from 8.5 to 11 mm.
This updated version of the Ghost Whisperer now has a 100% recycled ripstop face and still cuts weight for a packable, weather-resistant puffy. The 800-fill goose down somehow weighs 7.8 ounces and can come along for climbs, ski breaks, or kicking back at camp.
Smith Vantage MIPS: From $130 (Up to 50% Off)
We reviewed this helmet a decade ago, but it’s come along way since then. Most notably, there’s the MIPS tech that reduces rotation impacts on your brain. But it’s also made of a material that crumples on impact, has a new ventilation system with 21 vents, adjusts the fit through a dial system, and has ear pads to accommodate Outdoor Tech systems.
Hestra Wakayama Glove: From $105 (Up to 30% Off)
Get a grip in the cold with these throwback-stye cowhide gloves. Inside, things are less rugged, with a wool terrycloth lining for soft warmth.
Patagonia’s iconic Synchilla fleece is made for hiking and everyday wear. The double-sided fleece fabric comprises partially recycled materials and has a bound cuff and hem to keep you warm and comfortable. Classic regular fit and a snap-button front placket round out this popular design.
The cyber savings continue through Dec. 3, so check back for more gear savings and deeper discounts.