The Best Cyber Monday and Cyber Week Deals for Backpackers

Once upon a time, Cyber Monday was the holy grail of discounts.  Somewhere along the way, for many merchants, Cyber Monday evolved into Cyber Week.  Whether you’re in search of the best deals for today or this week, we’ve got you covered.

Here are this year’s best Cyber Monday and Cyber Week deals for backpackers.

1) REI

We highlighted the best deals at REI’s Cyber Week Sale. Big discounts on shelters, sleeping pads, base layers, and more.

2) Moosejaw

3) Gossamer Gear

  • 10-35% off

4) Amazon

5) Garage Grown Gear

  • 11%-33% off UL gear from 11/26-12/2. Free shipping on orders over $20.

6) Enlightened Equipment

  • 10-15% off everything from 11/22 – 12/2.

7) Zpacks

  • Free Pair of Trekking Poles with Any Plex Tent by using promo code “TREKKING”.

8) Hyperlite Mountain Gear

  • Save up to 20% sitewide on ultralight packs, shelters and select accessories.

9) Steep & Cheap

  • Save up to 75% off best-sellers at Steep & Cheap’s Cyber Sale here.
  • Save up to 50% off or more Patagonia at Steep & Cheap here
  • Save up to 65% Off Arc’teryx here.

10) Bedrock Sandals

  • 15% off Cairn Sandals and accessories from 11/20 to 12/3.

11) Cotopaxi

  • Get a free Noches Gift Bundle with $250 purchase – ($180 value). Details here.

12) Granite Gear

  • 25% off everything with code “THANKS25” through 12/5.

13) Dutchware Gear

  • 10% – 20% off select products from 11/25 to 12/2.

14) Sierra Designs

  • 25% off sitewide and free shipping with code “HOLIDAY19”.

15) FITS Socks

  • 20% off sitewide with code “BLACKFRIDAY” from 11/29 to 12/2.

16) Jacks R Better

  • $20 off all quilts and free shipping over $200

17) Thru Pack

  • 20% off and free shipping in the US.

18) SPOT

  • $50 off all devices

19) The Trek (that’s us!)

  • Use code “DiscountSZN” at checkout to save 20% off everything (except Patagonia tees and tanks) until 12/5.  Our only discount this holiday season.  Check out our shirts and hats.

What’d we miss?  Drop your favorite deals in the comments below.


Affiliate Disclosure

This website contains affiliate links, which means The Trek may receive a percentage of any product or service you purchase using the links in the articles or advertisements. The buyer pays the same price as they would otherwise, and your purchase helps to support The Trek's ongoing goal to serve you quality backpacking advice and information. Thanks for your support!

To learn more, please visit the About This Site page.

Comments 1

  • Sean : Dec 8th

    The fact that some of these companies are giving 20% off their gear that costs more than $500 just confirms my feeling that their gear is overpriced to begin with.


What Do You Think?