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Black Friday has rolled around again, and among the huge array of eye-catching deals there are a few real gems to consider, especially on the outdoor gear front. We’ve spent many happy hours picking through them so you don’t have to - welcome to the best black Friday outdoor gear deals around!

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We'll be adding to this list as the deals appear, so do check back as they roll out - Deals tend to run through the weekend and into 'cyber Monday', so keep your eyes peeled...

Garmin Outdoor Watches:

Garmin fēnix 7X Solar Multisport GPS Watch

The range of outdoor Garmin watches is considerable, but the fēnix 7X is particularly competent, offering hugely boosted battery life along with all the navigational and training bells and whistles you could hope for, and many you probably didn't. Originally pretty spendy at nearly a grand, it's now essentially half-price - a lot of watch for your money. 

Garmin fēnix 7X Solar Multisport GPS Watch: Was £800, now £416.66 at Amazon

Garmin Forerunner 55 GPS Running Smartwatch 

Entry level certainly, but easy to use and with the coveted Garmin Coach training plans, you'll struggle to get a better running companion than this, and at this price it's a no-brainer. 

Garmin Forerunner 55 GPS Running Smartwatch: Was £179.99 now £95.82 at Amazon

Solar power stations:

Jackery Solar Generator 500

There's been an explosion in solar energy for outdoors folk of late, and the Jackery Solar Generator 500 is at the vanguard, being fairly portable, quick to charge even in the UK's cloudy climes, and actually useful in terms of charging stuff up - a combination that many solar systems fail to deliver. The 100W panel is easily deployed, and will charge a phone straight off the panel if the sun is actually out - off gridders rejoice!

Jackery Solar Generator 500: Was £788, now £449 from Jackery UK

Walking boots/shoes:

Hoka One One Anacapa Mid GORE-TEX

The Anacapa might look almost outlandish, but the weird-shaped sole unit does an excellent job at providing stability, as well as oceans of cushioning if needed. The lightweight leather certified by the Leather Working Group is hardwearing enough, and the Vibram sole grips well on all surfaces to boot. 

Hoka One One Anacapa Mid GORE-TEX: Was £160, now £112 at Hoka UK.

Helly Hansen Cascade HellyTech Mid Cut Hiking Boots

If you're looking for something decidedly non-traditional, then the Cascades are not only gloriously bright of tone, but also highly practical underfoot. A proprietary membrane, mid ankle support and good sole unit make them a solid choice when the going gets tough. 

Helly Hansen Cascade HellyTech Mid Cut Hiking Boots: Were £140 now £98 at

Berghaus Men's Hillwalker II GORE-TEX Leather Walking Boot

The Hillwalker II GTX is a popular, old school suede boot that's comfortable yet capable of dealing with most three-season UK conditions. A membrane keeps damp on the outside where it belongs, and it'll last for many years thanks to robust build quality. At half-RRP-price it's a boot (and a deal) well worth considering. 

Berghaus Men's Hillwalker II GORE-TEX Leather Walking Boot: Was £160, now from £85 at Amazon

Merrell Men's Moab 3 Mid GTX Hiking Shoe

The Moab 3 has been a stalwart of Merrell's lineup for years, and there's good reason for that. It's competent, comfortable and good at low-level, footpath and casual rambling use. There's more-than-average ankle support on offer, a GORE-TEX membrane, and decent grip that makes the Moab 3 a tough one to beat - especially at half-price. 

Merrell Men's Moab 3 Mid GTX Hiking Shoe: Was £145now from £67 at Amazon


Helly Hansen Quick-Dry Cargo Pants

Sometimes all you need is a simple, comfortable pair of trousers to get out and enjoy the outdoors, and these are them. A tidy tapered fit, deep but secure cargo pockets, and made from quickdrying softshell, they'll shrug off all but the worst weather without batting an eyelid, which for this price-point is entirely respectable. 

Helly Hansen Quick-Dry Cargo Pants: Were £85, now £65 at


Helly Hansen Verglas Hooded Down Hybrid Insulator

A combination of responsibly sourced down, PrimaLoft insulation and a 20D Nano ripstop fabric, the Verglas is a midlayer that performs as well as it looks, delivering comfort, breathability and warmth in a package that won't weigh you down in the hills. 

Helly Hansen Verglas Hooded Down Hybrid Insulator: Was £200, now £140 on

OS Maps: 30% off paper maps

Old-school but essential, the paper map has few equals when it comes to mountain necessities, and with a healthy discount it's the ideal time to stock up for your next adventure!

OS Maps: 30% off paper maps

Craghoppers Mens Kiwi Pro Trousers

The Kiwi Pro trousers are one of Craghopper's most popular lines, and rightly so, offering comfort on long days thanks to the stretchy fabric, but good weatherproofing and breathability too. An excellent buy, especially at less than half RRP.

Craghoppers Mens Kiwi Pro Trousers: Were £55, now £23

Danish Endurance Men's Merino Thermal Trousers

Ideal for the colder months, long johns boost warmth enormously without adding bulk, and these are remarkably good value as they incorporate premium 80% Wool (Merino) and 20% Polyamide. 

Danish Endurance Men's Merino Thermal Trousers: Were £42.95, now £36.50

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