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With the winter winds upon us, the time is nigh that we stock up on cold weather gear. Backcountry.com has the hook on all the essentials to keep you both warm and active this winter, offering discounts up to 30% on base layers, coffee mugs, sleeping bags, and more.
As usual, we receive a portion of the sales—the listed items have not been tested by the editors.
ALPS Mountaineering Crescent Lake Sleeping Bag 0F Synthetic
$67.49 (25% off, was $99.99)
Nothing is worse than lying awake all night shivering in your subpar sleeping bag. Shiver no more with the Crescent Lake Sleeping Bag. This bag is rated down to 0°F, making sure you stay toasty even through the most frigid nights. It has synthetic insulation which retains its warmth when damp, and the mummy shape and hood hold in heat. For less than $70, you can’t beat this deal.
Big Agnes Mystic UL Sleeping Bag 15F Down
$299.96 (25% off, was $399.99)
A not-quite-as-warm but much lighter and more packable alternative to the above synthetic sleeping bag is the Mystic UL from Big Agnes. This bag will keep you cozy warm down to 15°F, while it’s 850-fill down insulation packs down quite well and weighs less than 2.5 lbs. Its DWR finish helps wick moisture, and the built in sleeping pad retainer sleeve ensures a comfortable night of sleep.
Big Agnes Q-Core SLX Insulated Sleeping Pad
$104.96 (30% off, was $149.95)
Another important factor in getting a good night of sleep in chilly conditions is an insulated sleeping pad. The Q-Core SLX has a lightweight Primaloft Silver insulation, with an R-value of 3.5, meaning it prevents the warmth of your body from being sucked into the cold ground. It’s made of a ripstop material to avoid penetrations and comes with an inflation sack to pump it up without working your lungs.
Backcountry Spruce’s Merino Baselayer Bottoms
$66.46 (30% off, was $94.95)
Merino wool is the supreme baselayer fabric. It wicks moisture, retains its heat even when it does get wet, and is softer and less itchy than traditional wool. The Spruce’s Merino Baselayer from Backcountry has flat seams for comfortability and a next-to-skin fit to ensure that they don’t bunch up under your other layers.
Backcountry Spruce’s Merino Baselayer Top
$66.46 (30% off, was $94.95)
Complete your Merino base layering system with the Spruce’s Merino Top. The moisture wicking properties combined with heat retention make the Spruce’s Merino line the perfect layers for outdoor activities in cold weather.
Mountain Khakis Pine Peak Classic Fit Down Shirtjac
$139.96 (30% off, was $199.95)
The Shirtjac is a stylish and functional cross between a shirt and jacket. It has a casual button down look and down insulation, making it a solid choice for hanging out at the ski hut, a night on the town, or shoveling snow off the driveway.
Hydro Flask 16oz Wide Mouth Flex Sip Coffee Mug
$26.36 (20% off, was $32.95)
The only motivator to crawling out of your tent on a cold and blustery morning is the tantalization of a hot mug of coffee. Here to prolong that morning motivation is the Flex Sip Coffee Mug, an insulated thermos from Hydro Flask that will keep your drinks hot for hours even on the coldest of days. It’s made of stainless steel to be durable and lightweight, and has a powder coated finish for a nice color pop and a firm grip.
Jetboil Stash Stove
$103.96 (20% off, was $129.95)
The Stash Stove is Jetboil’s lightest cooking system that they’ve ever made, that comes complete with a stove, stabilizer, and titanium pot. The Stash can boil water in just 2.5 minutes, ensuring that hot coffee within 3 minutes of getting out of your tent.