Day 4: Best end-of-show gear sales - SNEWS

Bring a backpack and a wad of cash to snap up some of the best gear for low prices. And in many cases, your dollars will go toward a good cause, too. Hit the floor early, before they run out. The following brands still had inventory as of midday Wednesday.

  • Sea To Summit (51007-UL): The Pro Hammock with Suspension Straps and Tree Protectors ($40 for a single, $50 for a double), and The Kitchen Sink 5L ($10) benefit Leave No Trace; The X-Kettle ($20) benefits the Himalayan Stove Project
  • Smartwool (46117-UL): T-shirts and tanks for various prices (cash only) benefit Big City Mountaineers
  • Energizer (39143-UL): Flashlights ($10) benefit the American Hiking Society
  • Princeton Tec (49025-UL): Vizz headlamps benefit Big City Mountaineers 
  • Crazy Creek (53007-UL): Chairs ($20) benefit the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics

Our last giveaway is happening at our booth (42105-UL) at 11 a.m. on Thursday. We're raffling off a gift certificate for Danner boots, a few pairs of Farm to Feet socks, and SNEWS swag.

  • Native Planet (24157-SL): Socks benefit Rivers of Recovery, a program that focuses on rehabilitation of combat veterans suffering with PTSD, minor Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI), stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Chill Angel Luxury Merino Wool (24183-SL): Pajamas on sale for 50 percent off benefit the Humane Society
  • Mountain Khakis (49014-UL): Apparel benefits MK Fund partner, Catawba Lands Conservancy
  • Ruffwear (33027-UL): Aira Blanket ($30) and The Lunker™ Toy ($10) benefit The Conservation Alliance
  • BOCO Gear (53031-UL): Technical Trucker Hats benefit The Conservation Alliance
  • Outdoor Research (42023-UL): Alpenglow and Towers Trucker Caps ($10) benefit The Conservation Alliance
  • Grabber (51000-UL): Cooling Magic Cool Personal Cooling Towel (2 for $5) benefits The Conservation Alliance
  • Nuun (30019-UL): Nuun Hydration 4-Pack benefits The Conservation Alliance
  • Toad&Co (39022-UL): Assorted men's and women's styles benefit The Conservation Alliance
  • Cusa Tea (51059-UL): Pro deal boxes ($5) benefit the Access Fund
  • Adventure Medical Kits (39080-UL): All products are on sale 
  • Deuter (37055-UL): Backpacks ($40)
  • Sunday Afternoons (51073-UL): Artist series hats

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