cyber monday

All the Best REI Cyber Week Deals

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If you tend to spend a lot of money on camping and cycling gear or high-priced hiking boots, focusing your sale shopping on a store like REI is a great way to save. Though the outdoor retailer didn’t participate in Black Friday, they are slashing prices in celebration of Cyber Monday. In fact, REI is celebrating an entire week of deals with a Cyber Week sale that runs through December 8. You can save up to 50 percent on select clothing, gear, and accessories and 25 percent on one item of your choice at REI Outlet by using the coupon code CYBERDEAL19. We’re particularly excited about family-sized tents, dog (and people) water bottles, and down jackets for the kids. In addition, REI is discounting classes, day tours, and trips. So bookmark this page, since we’ll be updating it throughout the week with our favorite picks and the best discounts. You can also follow us on Twitter for more sales coverage. The holidays are getting close — we’re here to help.

Camping

You’ll never be without a charge for your phone or any other USB devices with this Goal Zero Nomad solar charging panel.

Birds are much prettier when you can see them up close.

$30

For podcasts and dance parties by the campfire.

If your next camping trip includes some mountain-goat-style rock scrambling (or just hiking in to your campsite) these sturdy trekking poles can take a lot of pressure off of your knees, especially on the descent.

$150

Rumpl’s lightweight packable comforter comes in handy in the great outdoors — and at home.

This foldable camping chair is great for outdoor dining and comfortable stargazing.

$384

With 100 plus square feet of sleeping area and two separate rooms, this tent will easily accommodate your whole crew.

From $54

Made for cool-weather camping, this sleeping pad insulates so you won’t feel the chill of the ground you’re sleeping on. Plus, it inflates fast and packs up tight.

Gerber Pack Hatchet
$23

The one thing your survival kit is missing.

Biking

Bern makes the closest thing we’ve seen to a status bike helmet, which might finally convince the most stubborn (and vain) bikers to wear one.

If your 4 year old is too cool for a wooden balance bike, we’d suggest this alternative, which comes with a pack of stickers so they can customize it.

But if they’re already used to pedals, this scaled-down version of REI’s adult bikes will make their year.

Pets

OllyDog Olly Bottle
$9

Share water with your dog without sharing germs.

If your canine companion camps with you, they’ll probably need a packable sleep pad of their own.