Backcountry offers the The North Face Men's RDT Softshell Jacket in four colors (Asphalt Grey Heather pictured) bundled with a $25 credit for $99.99 with free shipping. Assuming you will use the credit, that's $22 below our October mention and the lowest total price we could find by $23. It is available in sizes S to XXL.
Backcountry offers The North Face Women's Carli Jacket in Linaria Pink (pictured) or Vintage White for $110.47 with free shipping. That's tied with last week's mention, $59 off, and the lowest total price we could find for this jacket. It's available in sizes XS to L, but not in all size/color combinations.
Last week electronics deals were the talk of the town, but now it's time for clothing sales to shine. We've rounded up some of the years' best discounts from J.Crew, Puma, Forever 21, and more. But act fast! These fashions may outlast the season, but the Editors' Choice prices sure won't.
Backcountry offers the The North Face Girls' Altimont Hooded Jacket in Metallic Silver for $25.97 plus $5.95 for shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find in any color by $3. It's available in sizes XXS to M L.
REI offers The North Face Women's Denali Fleece Jacket in three colors (Blue pictured) for $133.73. Add it to your cart and it automatically drops to $92.73. With free shipping, that's $7 under our February mention and the lowest total price we could find by $23. It's available in sizes XS to L, although not in all size/color combinations.
Backcountry takes up to 65% off a selection of The North Face men's, women's, kids' clothing, accessories, and footwear, with prices starting at $8.98. (Discounted prices are as marked.) That the second-best percent-off discount we've seen specifically on The North Face items at Backcountry this year. (We saw up to 75% off last week, since expired.) Shipping starts at $5.95, but orders of $50 or more qualify for free shipping. Note that available sizes may be limited. A couple best bets, each with free shipping:
Staying warm indoors while quaffing brews and watching sports on TV might seem appealing as the temperature begins its winter descent, but that doesn't mean you should go into complete hibernation. You can embrace the season on a winter hike, and all you need are the right clothes ... and maybe some snow.