Mountain Equipment Co-op claims they don’t have sales, instead they have clearance prices on discontinued items. There are some great deals here at Mountain Equipment Co-op on some fine merchandise.
This men’s Northern Lite Ultra jacket is water-resistant, with mapped insulation to give you warmth in the places you need it, and streamlined where you don’t. The hood is helmet-compatible with a reinforced brim to keep precipitation out of your eyes. There’s even a headphone port for your music player. This is a great hiking or skiing jacket, and quite the deal at only $95, regularly $185.
The description for this women’s DWR-treated down jacket says that it is a great deal at less than $250, so it must be a super awesome deal at only $135 (reg. $230). This is a really warm jacket stays dry and is compact and packable, which is great for extended tours and alpine expeditions. The baffled construction makes sure the insulation stays in place. This is a durable and practical jacket for a great price.
This Neve down youth’s vest is perfect for the cool Spring or Fall weather. In fashionable orange or blue, this lightweight and compressible jacket fits right in your child’s backpack so they have it when they need it. This is a great deal at only $27, regularly $55. I’ve purchased vests at that price at a much lower quality.
Although this item is not technically on sale, it is a great price (I’ve paid way more for it in the past) and one of the most important baby items I’ve ever bought. This one-piece long-sleeved NoZone sun suit is a godsend. With a UPF of over 50, this suit keeps your child protected from the sun without sunscreen, which I find really important, since I don’t believe in sunscreen on small children because of all the harmful chemicals. This suit dries super quick, so your child isn’t sitting there in a full body suit freezing and sopping wet. The fabric almost seems dry right out of the water. Only $35.
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