Fall is a perfect time to get outdoors and do fun stuff. When the temperatures finally become bearable and leaves start changing, you can hear the mountains and the forests calling your name. You might start dreaming of hikes and climbs, camping and canoeing, swimming and trailblazing, fishing and biking, and all of that needs some supplies. Now is the time to get those supplies during Outdoor sale that is happening at Sierra.
How does Sierra keep prices so low?
Even without any special sale, prices at Sierra are not biting. You can get apparel, gear, and supplies at 20-60% less than usual department stores or online retailers. Sierra’s buyers are always searching for the best deals, bulk shipments, and overstock items to bring you the lowest prices possible.
You can expect to find pretty much anything you need for quality time outdoors, from grills and patio furniture, to skiing costumes and kayaks. They always have running, fishing, camping, skiing, cycling, and swimming gear in stock and for less than you might think. This includes out of season items, which often end up in clearance section and are even cheaper.
Whatever the season, start your shopping at Sierra and save, now especially, with camping season in full swing and winter fast approaching. The current Outdoor Sale is definitely a great way to buy those running shoes, that mountain bike, or a tent that you might’ve been eyeing for a while. You can even get free shipping on all orders above $89 with SHIP89.
Here is a small portion of what you can get at Sierra right now:
- Asolo Cactus Hiking Boots – $120, was $210
Finally here are some shoes that are rugged, but also kind of cute. They are tough, but also made of soft suede material, which is waterproof. Gore-Tex membrane is breathable and water-resistant, so you will be protected from elements while staying comfy. And did we say stylish?
- CamelBak M.U.L.E. Hydration Pack – $60, was $110
You will be doing environment a huge favor with this 100 fl. oz. hydration pack, because no water bottles will be needed. This backpack also has extra storage pockets, so you can be all set for a long day of biking or hiking.
- prAna Black Brion Pants – $40, was $65
If you want to wear something comfy, stretchy, good for hiking and a pub visit right afterwards, you can consider your wish granted. This pair is stylish, has 5 pockets, and is finished with waterproof layer to keep you dry in rain and safe from sun with UPF 50+.
- 30% Off and Free Shipping on Orders $50+ with code: SHIP89
- Free Shipping on Your Order of $89+ with coupon code: HONEY89
- up to 90% OFF Ski Gear
- Hoka One One Gaviota Traiil Running Shoes – $100, was $125
These are not your city running shoes – they are made for rugged terrain and provide excellent support and grip. The shoes are light and cushy, but that doesn’t diminish stability, thanks to twice the thickness of midsole cushion.
- Pearl Izumi SELECT LTD Cycling Jersey – $30, was $85
The jersey is not only bright and cute, but features some serious moisture-wicking technology and UPF 50+ protection. The zip is in the front for convenience and 3 pockets are in the back for storage. It also has a droptail hem for extra coverage.
- Chaco Z/ Cloud Sport Sandals – $60, was $110
These sandals are perfect for all kinds of adventures and will offer you ultimate support and comfort. They are approved by American Podiatric Medical Association, feature adjustable straps, extra grip outsole, super cradling foot bed, and 100% traction.
- InstaFire Inferno Outdoor Biomass Camping Stove – $43, was $80
This great stove is very compact and doesn’t take much space at all, but it packs a punch with titanium/stainless steel construction and double walls. One cool feature is USB-controlled fan for heat adjusting at the bottom of the device.