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The best Cyber Monday outdoor gear deals for 2019

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Hiking, camping, skiing, snowboarding, and climbing essentials can be costly, but the cost shouldn’t keep you from enjoying the great outdoors, whether you’re a seasoned backpacker or new to camping. Stock up for your next trip while you can score quality goods on the cheap. Tents, sleeping bags, hiking packs, camp chairs, GPS devices — you name it, there’s probably going to a deal on it during Cyber Monday and Cyber Week. Even better, they’re coming from the top brands in the industry: REI, Backcountry, Columbia Sportswear, Patagonia, Black Diamond, Marmot, and more. We’re scouring your favorite retailers for the best online deals and listing them here in one convenient place.

Best Cyber Monday deals on outdoor gear

What to know about Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is December 2, the Monday after Thanksgiving. However, Cyber Monday is more than a one-day “holiday” — it has become quite the phenomenon. The best discounts will be available on Monday, but we’ll continue rounding up deals through Cyber Week, which stretches to Sunday, December 8.

How do you know if a Cyber Monday deal is good? Well, we’ll only feature the best, so if a product is on this page, it’s from a trusted source. It also helps to Google the product name to compare reviews and prices.

A quick note about REI, one of our favorite retailers for outdoor gear: REI does not participate in Black Friday. Instead, the nationwide co-op has been encouraging would-be shoppers to #OptOutside since 2015. As a result, we didn’t see any Black Friday sales from REI, but we are still anticipating some great deals for Cyber Week.

If you’re looking to save on must-have tech like smartwatches, TVs, headphones, laptops, and more, the Digital Trends team has got you covered:

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