Black Friday is right around the corner, and that means nearly countless retailers are offering some of the lowest prices of the year. Some stores have already started selling them, including Walmart, Macy’s and others. However, REI is known for not participating in Black Friday—instead, it encourages employees and shoppers to spend time with family, preferably outdoors—but you can still find it at the outdoor retailer’s Black Friday alternative Get Up Get Out Sale get discounts.
REI’s Gear Up Get Out sale runs now through November 8th. 21 and offers discounts on thousands of items. Amon Deals: 30% off REI’s Co-op brands; up to 30% off camping and hiking gear, snow sports, and cold-weather clothing essentials; up to 20% off the auto rack; up to 50% off men’s and women’s apparel ; 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 here for every type of outdoorsman. Combing through all the deals can get tiresome, which is why we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up 24 of our favorite deals below.
$129 REI $97
We love the Rumpl blanket made from recycled plastic bottles. They’re the perfect camping companion because not only are they packable, warm, and have a water-resistant DWR coating, they look great too. Right now, you can pick up the National Park Edition Original Puffy for $97, or the base design for $74.
$219 REI $131
Whether you’re going hiking or just walking the dog, a dependable down jacket is a must when the temperatures drop. This one has 850-fill-power goose down to keep you extra warm 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 half off and features a cute REI-themed design.
$300 REI $150
Yeti’s super rugged camping chairs are on sale right now for a whopping 50% off. We’ve been testing it for about a year, and while it’s a bit bulky for portability, it sits very comfortably inside, making it perfect for car camping, backyard lounging, or tailgating.
$40 REI $30
You might think you don’t need towels the next time you go camping, but they can come in handy. Whether you’re drying dishes or wiping water off gear after a storm, this lightweight and packable towel deserves a spot on your camping list. We tested it out for ourselves, and in addition to its portability, we also like the small loop that makes it easy to hang to dry.
$199 REI $139
If you’re going skiing this winter, check out REI Co-op’s 30% off snow and ski jackets. With synthetic insulation and a double-layer waterproof membrane, it’ll keep you dry and warm whether you’re out in the field or on bunny hills.
$275 REI $206
Cotopaxi’s down jacket is one of the label’s most popular jackets thanks to its bold colorblock design and the warmth of its 800-fill-power goose down.
$360 REI $270
If you’ve been outdoors a lot, you know the importance of layering. This jacket from The North Face makes it easy by combining a warm fleece lining with a waterproof shell in one. You can wear them alone or together to fight whatever nature throws at you.
$110 REI $82
Base layers are essential when you’re exploring, as they help regulate your body temperature and keep you warm in the coldest conditions. We love Smartwool’s base layers because they’re lightweight, comfortable and breathable. Made from merino wool, this base layer can be a little itchy for those with sensitive skin at first, but the more you wash it, the softer and more comfortable it will become.
20 dollars REI $15
A good pair of socks can greatly improve the comfort of your feet during hiking. Featuring lightweight cushioning, elastic arch support, and Smartwool’s famous merino wool blend, these will be your new go-to hiking socks.
$69 REI $52
If your toes get cold while you’re relaxing at camp, you need these insulated booties from The North Face. They have enough traction to safely walk around your campsite and keep your feet warm with the brand’s Thermoball Eco insulation.
50 U.S. dollars REI $37
Having a headlight is 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 one from Black Diamond, thanks to its bright 400 lumen output, ease of use, and reliability.
$109 REI $76
As anyone who’s been camping a lot knows, it’s easy to get out of hand with all your gear. That’s why you should consider this 40-liter recycled duffel bag from REI Co-op that’s big enough to store weekend gear but small enough to take with you.
$400 REI $350
When you’re venturing into the wilderness, it’s a bad idea to rely on your phone. The Garmin inReach Mini 2 uses a satellite connection to stay in touch with civilization in case of accidents, so you can venture out with peace of mind. It’s rarely on sale, but right now you can get $50 off it.
50 U.S. dollars REI $25
If you’re looking for an inexpensive chair so you don’t have to sit on rocks the next time you’re camping, look no further than this chair from REI Co-op. It’s cheaper than many chairs at the regular price, but it’s 50% off right now, making it a steal at $25.
$315 REI $236
Investing in a good backpack can be expensive, which is why we love Osprey gear when it goes on sale. Pack your gear for the week ahead and pack plenty of pockets and support for hiking in comfort with this pack.
$200 REI $150
If starting a fire from scratch isn’t your thing – or if you’re not allowed to start a wood fire because of the fire ban – having this portable propane fire pit is a great idea. Right now, you can pick up an Ignik pit for $50 so you can effortlessly toast marshmallows wherever you go.
$31 REI $23
This tumbler from Stanley is perfect for the yoga studio, the trail, or the car, and its double wall vacuum insulation keeps your drinks ice cold or piping hot. Plus, its integrated straw lid means you can easily 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 20% off right now, saving you nearly $150 and a ton of trunk space.
$315 REI from $236
Winter is upon us, and if you’re planning any winter camping, you’re going to need a warm 0 degree sleeping bag. This one from Mountain Hardwear is 25% off right now, so you can stay warm the next time you’re out in the cold.
$85 REI $59
Hammocks are an absolute camp essential for us, which is why now is a great time to pick up Kammok’s double hammocks, which cost just over $20. With a capacity of 500 lbs, this hammock is the perfect way to relax in the woods on your next trip.
$230 REI $172
This lightweight sleeping pad not only keeps you comfortable when sleeping in a tent, but it also has built-in insulation to help keep you warm on chilly nights.