REI Presidents’ Day sale — 5 deals I’d buy right now from Arc’teryx, The North Face and Patagonia

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REI’s Presidents’ Day sale is in full swing, and the deals are legit, especially on high-tech outerwear from brands like Arc’teryx, The North Face and Patagonia. The savings are so solid that I took a (virtual) shopping spree of my own. Here are the five Presidents Day sales I recommend buying before they're gone for good. 

Starting with headware, REI Trailsmith Beanies are just $15. On the light jacket front, The North Face Tekware Pullover is only $54, and Patagonia Houdini Jackets are marked down to $64, a savings of 40%. 

Meanwhile, Patagonia Down Sweaters are 50% off, and Arc’teryx Kyanite Fleece Jackets are reduced to $144. All of these deals are, of course, through REI. For more deals, check out our roundup of today's top 157 Presidents Day sales.

REI Presidents’ Day deals

REI Trailsmith Beanie: was $22 now $15

REI Trailsmith Beanie: <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">was $22 now $15
This ain't your average knit cap. The REI Trailsmith Beanie features a super-soft, fleece-lined interior for extra warmth and a classic knit, ribbed exterior. A small REI label adorns the cuff. Grab this deal in Desert Sun (shown) or Asphalt.  

The North Face Tekware Grid Quater-Zip Pullover: was $110 now $54

The North Face Tekware Grid Quater-Zip Pullover: <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">was $110 now $54
50% off a high-tech North Face jacket? Yes, please. The Tekware Grid Quarter-Zip is a stretchy, moisture-wicking outer layer treated with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) for added weather protection. This is a great option for runs and hikes, as well as urban adventures. Choose from evergreen, dark blue and black. 

Patagonia Houdini Jacket: was $109 now $64

Patagonia Houdini Jacket: <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">was $109 now $64
My love for the Patagonia Houdini is well-established —  I've been rocking one for half-a-decade — and $64 is a fabulous price for this featherlight, super-packable, wind and rain-resistant garment. It's small enough to stuff in a back pocket yet provides a level of warmth and comfort that can only be described as magic. Choose from a wide range of sales styles.

Patagonia Down Sweater: was $279 now $138

Patagonia Down Sweater: <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">was $279 now $138
First things first: This is not a Mr. Rodgers-style sweater but a puffy insulated down jacket — Patagonia has some strange naming protocols. Nevertheless, $138 is an absolutely ludicrous price for what is one of the best down jackets on the market today. Boasting 800-fill goose down and a polyester rip-stop water-repellent exterior, the cold and wet have no chance. Plus, it looks great in red. 

Arc’teryx Kyanite Fleece Jacket: was $180 now $144

Arc’teryx Kyanite Fleece Jacket: <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">was $180 now $144
If you're like me and love cozy fleece zip-ups, the Arc'teryx Kyanite is worth a look. Super-stretchy moisture-wicking material makes this a great choice for a wide range of physical activities. It's also warm yet breathable. Pick one up in Pytheas (shown) or Yukon (dark yellow). 

Want more roundups of February's best outerwear sales? Behold! Carhartt gear is as cheap as $11, my favorite Arc'teryx jacket is 30% off, top-rated Merrell outerwear starts at $69 and TG staff favorites from The North Face and Hoka are deeply discounted, too. 

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Dan Bracaglia
Senior Writer, Fitness & Wearables

Dan Bracaglia covers fitness and consumer technology with an emphasis on wearables for Tom's Guide. Based in the US Pacific Northwest, Dan is an avid outdoor adventurer who dabbles in everything from kayaking to snowboarding, but he most enjoys exploring the cities and mountains with his small pup, Belvedere. Dan is currently training to climb some of Washington State's tallest peaks. He's also a big photography nerd.