The 12 Best Pieces of Fitness Gear to Shop From REI’s 70% Off Sale

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Camping, hiking and workout gear and clothes aren't exactly cheap. And prices can definitely add up as you stock up for a new season.

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Looking to save some cash on popular products and brands? Right now, REI is offering up to 70 percent off items in their outlet through February 6.

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We make deliberate choices about the language we use when it comes to gender. While more brands now carry gender-neutral workout clothes, you’ll still typically see clothing brands and retailers, like REI, market their products to men or women.

The main difference between most women's and men's clothing is the fit: Men's versions tend to be longer in length and roomier due to physical differences. However, fabrics, quality and comfort should be the same between gender-labeled pairs. We encourage everyone to purchase the products that feel right for them.

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1. Threads 4 Thought Andrei T-Shirt

No matter if you're planning a hike, gym workout or trip to the grocery store, this staple T-shirt is a must-have. It's lightweight, breathable and made of a recycled polyester fabric.

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Buy it:REI.com (men's); REI.com (similar women's version); ‌Price:‌ $13.73 (men's, originally $58); $26.73 (women's, originally $45)

2. New Balance Printed Fast Flight Tank Top

Kiss steamy runs and workouts goodbye thanks to this open mesh workout tank. This material also wicks sweat off your body and dries quickly, keeping you cool all day.

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Buy it:REI.com (women's); REI.com (similar men's version); ‌Price: ‌$11.73 (women's, originally $30); $20.73 (men's, originally $35)

3. PrAna Sopra Seamless Bra

This cotton-blend sports bra makes an ideal layer under other clothing, thanks to soft fabric. Although this one is best for low-intensity training (like yoga or Pilates), the criss-cross straps offer plenty of support for your day-to-day activities.

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Buy it:REI.com; ‌Price:‌ $44.73 (originally $59)

4. Patagonia Untracked Jacket

As the weather cools down, an insulated jacket is a must-have. And this Patagonia jacket is the perfect, versatile product. Available in a bright color for extra visibility, this jacket repels water and offers ventilation for sweaty ski sessions or hikes.

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Buy it:REI.com (women's); REI.com (men's); ‌Price:‌ $388.73 (women's, originally $649); $178.73 (men's, originally $299)

Bottoms

5. Manduka Agility Shorts

Although they're built for yoga, these Manduka shorts offer enough stretch and support for just about any activity. These have a supportive inner liner and keep you dry when the sweat starts to set in.

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Buy it:REI.com (men's); REI.com (similar women's version); ‌Price:‌ $19.73 (men's originally $68); $34.73 (women's, originally $55)

6. 2XU Accelerate Compression Tights

These fleece pants offer the perfect amount of compression and support for more high-intensity sports and activities. But unlike many leggings, these have gradual compression, which promotes blood flow, helping you warm up and recover more quickly.

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Buy it:REI.com (men's); REI.com (women's); ‌Price: ‌$76.73 (men's, originally $99.95), $53.73 (women's, originally $99.95)

7. Pearl Izumi Wander Cycling Tights

Wear these tights during spin class or when going hard on the bike trainer during wintry weather. These slim-fit tights are built to keep dry even during the sweatiest rides and include a back pocket for your phone or keys.

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Buy it:REI.com (women's); ‌Price: ‌$44.73 (originally $85)

Shoes

8. Adidas Terrex Skychaser 2 Mid Gore-Tex Hiking Boots

Muddy, wet spring hikes demand a shoe that can stand up to moisture, and these Gore-Tex boots from Adidas deliver. They're a fan favorite thanks to their rock plate, cushioned midsoles and grippy outsoles, and the breathable membrane makes sure your feet don't overheat.

Buy it:REI.com (women's); REI.com (men's); Price: $157.73 (women's, originally $210); $135.37 (men's, originally $210)

9. Altra Provision 4 Road-Running Shoes

For fans of wider toe boxes, there's no better brand than Altra. These zero-drop running shoes offer stability and motion control for road runners, with a mid-range stack height of 27mm to deliver comfort.

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Buy it:REI.com (women's); REI.com (men's); ‌Price:‌ $57.73 (women's, originally $130); $45.73 (men's, originally $130)

Gear

10. Gregory Deva 70 Pack

Dreaming of warmer days spent on the trail? This backpacking pack from Gregory is made for lots of miles in lots of comfort — while hauling lots of gear. Beyond its seriously impressive volume, it comes with everything you need for multiple days on foot, including a raincover, bottom sleeping back compartment and a lightweight aluminum frame. There's also a highly rated 60L version on sale if you don't need quite as much space.

Buy it:REI.com (women's); REI.com (similar men's version); ‌Price: ‌$213.73 (women's, originally $329.95); $244.73 (men's, originally $329.95)

11. Alps Mountaineering Camp Chair

Expensive camp chairs can be tough to swallow, but bargain bin chairs can leave you without a seat, literally. This sturdy, heavy-duty and comfortable chair is more than 60 percent off, making it a seriously good deal for a portable chair that will last.

Buy it:REI.com; ‌Price:‌ $64.73 (originally $189.99)

12. Petzl Tikkina Headlamp

Safety is a priority when camping or hiking, and this headlamp is the perfect way to stay safe on night hikes or late-night camp setup. This one can run for 120 hours on low, and is compatible with a rechargeable battery, so you probably won't need to keep extra batteries handy either.

Buy it:REI.com; ‌Price: ‌$14.73 (originally $19.95)

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