Alpkit Deals

Alpkit Deals & Offers

5 hot deals

All Alpkit Deals, Discounts & Sales for October 2018

Alpkit Brukit £38 delivered (Pre-order) Was £45 @ Alpkit
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Brilliant little all in one system, I have the older model and I've been looking to upgrade for a while hoping the price would drop Worth a look as long as you're not in a rush to… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Are you talking about a Bacta Tank?


I would like to hope that you are kidding?


£30? you sure it wasn't £35


Yea, for £45 quid. Muppet


Was hoping it's one of these nice things that jump into to speed up muscle recovery.... Needless to say, cold from me.

Alpkit down jacket £129 free del
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Just bought this jacket after looking at it in store and am really impressed. I’ve been looking for a good thick down jacket for when I go to Everest base camp in a couple of month… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Ok brilliant thanks for the help, it’s such a minefield to pack for haha, appreciate it! :)


30 litres was fine so that would be more than enough. As long as it takes all your layers and a water bladder (you will be drinking non stop to help with altitude sickness!) that'll be all you need:)


ok, yes im on a tour and its at the tea houses. im doing the gokyo lakes route which is slightly longer. I got a good Rab bag which is toasy, got some practice in the snow near hellvelyn in the winter with it. ok thats great, i heard during the day it can be really warm which makes it a bit of a hard one to pack for absolutely all conditions! what size day bag did you take? i'm looking at ospreys range probably something like 33 litres but not sure


It does get really cold at night, especially higher up, but the tea huts (assuming you're not camping!) have heaters in the common room and you won't be staying up late as there's not much power past Namche Bazaar. Don't scrimp on the sleeping bag though!! I found four layers worked best - long/short sleeve base layer, fleece jumper, packable down jacket and then wind/rain jacket (didn't get any snow when I was there though so this was just to keep the wind out). Only time I felt cold was on the morning of the basecamp day but that was a really early start and was really cold. Lower down, in the day, it does get quite warm so base layer and sometimes fleece is enough but you'll need to carry the others just in case as your pack bag goes off with the sherpas so you don't see it until the night. Great trip though, dust is a killer and the facilities get more and more basic the higher you get! By the end you'll either love or hate Dal bhat and momos!!


hmm do you think? I have been told that the evenings and night are very cold!

Alpkit brukit for £35 from Alpkit
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
A decent reduction for this brukit, £10 off. It's a pre-order though, so not sure the delivery date. I've used them in the past great kit!
Get dealGet deal

mine arrived today. looks like a good piece of kit, for the money. look forward to giving it a try while out and about over the next few weekends.


Thanks for the advice. I’m trekking with a tour as well so their advice is pretty essential for me. Just hope I cope ok with the altitude! Gonna go do a load of shopping in Ambleside today haha


You notice being at 3000-4000m but as long as you don't immediately go up to that height you shouldn't have any real problems. Just recently back having spent a month in Peru and all the buses go over 4200m-4700m regularly. Walking around in Bolivia is often at about 4500m. You get out of breath but you just need to take things a bit slower. Obviously some people DO struggle more at 4-5 thousand metres than others.


A white hole?


I've done it and for me it became difficult for a couple of hours above 4000m but had 2 bods dropped out just over 2.5 so different bodies different affects, anyway, not supposed to have been a dig just my tuppence worth as it looked like the op was going raw. As for driving at altitude I think the difference is the lack of a house on your back and lesser physicality means slower breathing thus better absorption...

Alpkit Tetri 2-person Tent for £115 @ Alpkit
Found 30th Jul 2017Found 30th Jul 2017
A 2 person, 3 pole geodesic backpacking tent. I have had one of these for a couple of months now. The geodesic design makes it fairly sturdy, its fine in a bit of wind. And seems t… Read more

Only 3000mm HH so not a brilliant spec for the price point.


Just checked 3kg all in , fair heft, anyone got any ideas on good lightweight bikepacking tents , running a oex one man the now but looking for something bigger inside around the 1 to 1.5kg mark


What's the weight on this vclaw ?

Alpkit down jacket £59 delivered @ Alpkit
Found 1st Dec 2016Found 1st Dec 2016
Only available in the yellow. Free delivery, free returns.

I was thinking more bananas! X)


They are fantastic jackets for the cold, but not waterproof. My OH researched down jackets and I bought him one of these for a base camp trek and he still loves it three years on, swears its the warmest and comfiest jacket he has had.


matching top


Yes, drivers said they all stopped, thinking it was a lollypop lady


any reviews on these?

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
Muon Cree led headtorch - AlpKit - £12.50
Found 16th Oct 2016Found 16th Oct 2016
Key features Up to 134 lumen IPX6 rating 2 lighting modes; distance and floodlight SOS mode Burn time: 35 hours (4 lumens) Batteries: 1 x AA Cree XPG2-R4 Muon is not compat… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Hmmmm.... torn now as people are saying great UK brand, but the product page says this is "Origin: China" so that mixes it all up!


Arrived yesterday,great piece of kit.Includes a free red blip light worth £3.Excellent service from these guys as always.


I bought a very very good gilet for my wife from alpkit about 10 years and it's still a great piece of kit. (I've bought other stuff since). Heat and ordered from me!


perfect name you have there. Clearly no idea as to what you are talking about. Chinese tat that says 1000 lumen that outputs 100 lumen and breaks after a few uses. you stick to your tat


Thanks OP, new shop to me but some good decent gear there. Bought.

Alpkit Dozer Self Inflating mattress 7.5cm - £43
Found 11th Sep 2016Found 11th Sep 2016
Well regarded make, usually £65 other stuff on offer on their website but i was after the mat.

Does anybody know of a decent SIM like this but double size (ie ~198cm x ~137cm)?


Outwell are also a good brand as far as I know. The one at £15 at halfords is only 3cm thick not the 7.5 lovely comfy fat centimeters like this one.


Just reserved 2 Coleman 7.5cm for £20 a piece from Halfords, bargain - cheers


​I'm new to these, I only really know Thermarest as a lpng trusted brand, but the Amazon Grand Canyon are mostly rated 5 star and I "thought" Outwell was a reputable camping brand. I am not comparing to these £15 jobbies in Aldi or wherever. The same Outwell that Halfords list is around £30 elsewhere. :)


I've got several items from alpkit, including 2 sims, all their stuff is of high quality and lasts in real world use, halfords etc may have cheaper matts but they won't be anywhere near the quality and durability of alpkit stuff

Alpkit Phantac mens down jacket -  £99 Alpit
Found 6th Apr 2016Found 6th Apr 2016
Ok, I'm biased, I have one of these. Doubt you'll find better for the price. Granted you probably won't be wearing it now until next winter.....

This is a 700 fill, the Uniqlo downs are 610 EU fill power, about 700 US fill. Not a bad find none the less!


How does this brand compare to Moncler?


How thick is this? I have a Rab Microlite but this would be handy for next winter.

Brukit- Rapid boiling stove £29.75 at Alpkit
Found 18th Sep 2015Found 18th Sep 2015
This will appeal to anyone who wants a rapid boiling light weight stove. This stove is seen as a credible alternative to the more expensive jetboil. Typically the brukit sells for… Read more

Surprised to see these reduced, a good bit of kit for the price compact and light weight ideal for backpacking the small jetboil canisters fit inside this, here's a breakdown comparison to a jetboil zip. forgotten tracks


really fancy one but it looks huge for throwing in your rucksack when wild camping, maybe that's why they recommend you drive a "landy"to carry the thing!


Heat added nice find, treated myself to one and xmas prezzy sorted for a family member.....need something to make a brew as I will soon be homeless for spending all my hard earned cash on this site haha....


About the same size as a JetBoil - I have the JetBoil pot support in use on mine and it fits just about perfectly. Very quick to boil water and does have an ignition although mine failed very soon after purchase - Alpkit sent another without any fuss. It's not ideal for anything that isn't mostly water although does work. The shape of the pot isn't great for stirring etc but that's the point. I take a smaller pot with me and use that for frying etc. Well worth the money.


However, when SHTF it's also nice to have different choices based on availability, & whether or not you are strong enough at that current time to gather materials that get gleaned. I have a bit of kit ( crud camp stove & gas cannisters) behind the kickboard of my kitchen cabinets I say, variety, I also have a useable woodburning stove, woodgas campstove, flints & strikers, as well as a box of regular disposable lighters, easy enough to store semi hidden. & they don't go off. Heat, it's Alpkit & they excel

AlpKit Filoment Jacket reduced to £65 @ Alpkit
Found 2nd Jul 2015Found 2nd Jul 2015
I have an Alpkit Filo Jacket and have just put an order in for one of these. Alpkit are one of those brands that make gear as good as the leading brads bot for a completely reason… Read more
Get dealGet deal

​An Everlast man perhaps?


Intended for walkers/climbers not for hanging about outside the off licence.


Alpkit are a great company to deal with. Great prices, quality and service. The only downside is that they have erratic stock control. They place a small number of big orders with their suppliers, so they get the best prices, which they can pass on to the customer. It does mean that if they run out, it might take a while for them to restock. If they list in on their WWW site, then when I have ordered, I have usually received things the next working day. However, they are out of stock on the WWW site, it could take quite a few months before they get more stock.


Nasty ugly jacket...Don't get it? cold


no large but loads of small

Alpkit Sleeping bag, inflatable mat, waterproof backpack and bottles £128 delivered
Found 24th Jun 2015Found 24th Jun 2015
This is a bundle with a synthetic 2 season sleeping bag, inflatable sleeping mat, an excellent waterproof backpack and a couple of water bottles for £128. Alpkit are an excellent … Read more

my problem is that I won't buy down stuff. Because of the animal welfare thing, and also I'm allergic to everything so would worry it'd get up my nose. I always go for synthetic but I definately pay for it in weight. Every time I look on the Alpkit site, I could spend hundreds though. Only exception is that I got a Brukit recently and didn't get on with it. No quibble return though, which is another good thing about them.


I think they probably factor in that the sort of people buying these will have down jackets and insulated trousers to sleep in also. They're designed to be comfortable and light carried up a hill, and are probably hand made for quality assurance and to be as fail proof as poss. I don't reckon Alpkit would mind much that they're not attracting the 'Halfords campers'.


I suppose I could always wear a coat..


lol park life? I wouldn't pay more than £10 for that sleeping bag, few quid more for the other bits maybe


You don't just get a bottle. You get helpful advice too

ALPKIT BruKit , jetboil type gas Camping stove & pan £35 @ ALPKIT
Found 13th May 2015Found 13th May 2015
Thought this might be useful now we're coming up to camping/festival season. TLDR: it's a very efficient stove&pan that's also very light&compact, all fits inside the pan.… Read more



Wrong, it uses less gas than my Jetboil ZIP.


Good to know there are cheaper alternatives that perform the same as Jetboil. As I couldn't justify the price of a Jetboil, for my needs.


By the way , when unhooking the pan, hold the handle and apply some downward pressure while turning and it turns easily


Mine still works fine

zhota mountain tent - fantastic price - £250 @ Alpkit
Found 6th Mar 2014Found 6th Mar 2014
for those of you who need a new mountain tent, or have an excuse just to buy one, Alpkit have just added their spring sale items and the zhota is down from £450 to £250 - cracking … Read more
Get dealGet deal

Found this too .. eBay item number:281342197177


gone down again!


Showing as £450 now :(


Awesome tent, have used one for many bike trips to the alps


prefer a wigwam

Alpkit Kraku 45g Titanium Camping Gas Stove £25 delivered @ Alpkit
Found 8th Jan 2014Found 8th Jan 2014
Alpkit are a really good company for camping and climbing stuff. Everything I have bought from them has arrived promptly, and has been good value. I have also had excellent after … Read more

I'm wearing my Filo jacket now. Its now 7 years old and is still in good condition. My Alpkit £45 goose down sleeping bag didn't fare so well when my wife washed it with biological washing powder :|


Terrible lot. They kept forcing my family to buy their Filo jackets. 4 so far and will be getting another.;)


Bought this and a couple of other bits. Arrived really quickly, nicely packaged and personal hand written "Thank you for order" note. I like this company?!




I can second that.

Alpkit Filo Jackets sale, were £120.00 down to £80.00
Found 1st Mar 2013Found 1st Mar 2013
Alpkit down jackets for £80.00 are a great bargain. I've been using one for years.
Get dealGet deal

Bought one. Can't understand why this isn't hotter


Super deal, heat added and ordered. Best customer service of any company ever if anyone was wondering.


get into contact with alpkit, service is second to none


Good deal, for a very good jacket. I hadn't realised these had gone up in price so much though. A couple of years ago they retailed at £70-£80.


Lovely jacket and high specced for £120, nevermind £80. Only problem on mine (also a year old) is the zips are a bit crap and the ALPKIT transfer is now PKIT

Alpkit Gourdon 30L Backpack
Found 21st Dec 2012Found 21st Dec 2012
The Alpkit Gourdon is a brilliant backpack. It has a simple design, which means that you get the maximum storage space for the minimum weight. It has a roll top, which means that … Read more

They are a very good company, their customer service is friendly and excellent and their products first class. I have the 20L Gourdon which is very good but features straight rather than S shoulder straps so does dig in if you are using it for cycling.


Best customer service of any shop anywhere. fact! You even get a nice little handwritten thank you note from Jim in with every order


thanks agree amazing service

ahenry has more background information on the bags. There are customer reviews on the Alpkit site here: These are reviews at other sites

Found 4th Sep 2012Found 4th Sep 2012
Lightweight Titanium eating irons equally at home on expedition or stuffed into a lightweight alpine pack. Don't want a spork, like cutlery? this full set of Titanium is a barga… Read more

However it IS what THEY (Alpkit) call their product in this instance, if you wish to take it to extremes in the literal sense a Jaguar car is not a jungle dwelling animal, a dodge ram truck does not have it's fleece shorn (except to the purchaser financially when buying from new) etc. bloody pedants :D


Cutlery is flatware not flat-iron... Dear


Just ordered - still in stock!


Not oos, just bought some to replace kit i lost on the West Coast trail in Canada... Hot


Coony, what's going on they normally say on the site to stop you going through hoops to order if it's out of stock, however when I looked (after you posted your OOS it all appeared fine!