• Randy Sklar

Best-Kept Secrets For Steals On Outdoor Gear...

The days are longer, the weather is warmer, and it’s time to get back into the great outdoors. But before you venture into the unknown, make sure your gear is still in top shape. Have your hiking boots seen better days? Or maybe you’re finally ready to try stand-up paddleboarding this summer. If you need new gear this year, there’s good news! Gear doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Experienced outdoor athletes use these websites to find top deals on quality outdoor gear.

Steep & Cheap (Powered by Backcountry)

Backcountry is one of the premier online retailers for outdoor athletes. They feature the best brands for skiing, running, training, and whatever else calls you to the great outdoors. Backcountry also knows how to curate top bargains. Steep & Cheap is Backcountry’s “sister site” where you can find extra discounts on quality clearance items. How does 65% off a Patagonia jacket sound? Visit SteepAndCheap.com and start looking for deals.


Are those skis you only used twice still taking up room in the garage? You might be able to swap them out for a camping tent at GearTrade.com! GearTrade is basically Craigslist for outdoor gear. Buy gently used second-hand gear, or sell the gear you don’t use anymore for extra cash! This website has gear from top brands for a wide range of activities. It also offers a large selection of guide books and DVDs to help you master any new hobbies you might pick up this summer.


Want to make sure you’re getting the best deals with every purchase? Evo.com has a lowest price guarantee on everything in stock. If you find that same wakeboard on evo for a cheaper price on another site, evo will beat it by 5%! This includes the company’s large selection of sale items. And with free shipping on orders over $50, evo lives up to its mission to offer the best gear at the best prices.

The quality of your gear can make or break your summer activities. Get reliable gear while keeping your wallet happy at the same time.

Thanks for reading,

Randy Sklar

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