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All Cotswold Outdoor Deals, Discounts & Sales for December 2018

Black Friday Mountain Equipment Roller Kit Bag 100L at Cotswold Outdoors for £60
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Mountain Equipment Roller Kit Bag 100L down from £150 to £75 and the £60 when added to the the basket. If you have a promo code it will go even lower. Other deals on the website … Read more
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They have the none wheely versions reduced too. I would say that the north ridge ones at go outdoors are worth a punt: I have a couple and they have taken a fair amount of abuse. 70+ flights and various other trips.


thanks for taking the time to post your first deal with hukd today.i really appreciate it. :)


Bought a rab one for similar price but the fact this Weighs nearly 4.5kg puts me off. Great value and good if not taking in planes


Any codes?


Great deal, bought one for my son 5 years ago still going strong...

Casio Protrek Smart F20a Black Friday Wear OS GPS Smartwatch £219.99 @ Cotswold Outdoor & Snow and Rock
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Saw this today. Rugged, 50m water resistant, Google Wear OS, GPS, barometer, altimeter. Comes with a ViewRanger voucher for Ordnance survey mapping worth £25 per year too. Shou… Read more

Same price as Garmin instinct on Amazon and gooutdoors.


If you are using iPhone, don’t touch this Watch. Very disappointed with its connection issue and limited functionality.


nice thanks


Happy with this! Viewranger mapping perfect for my hikes! Sensor information perfectly displayed and great price point (y)


Disappointing it has the 'flat tyre' and no heart rate!

20% off everything at Cotswold Outdoor
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
20% off everything at Cotswold Outdoor from Thursday 22nd November to Monday 26th November. Excludes electronics. Active already. Online and in store.

Seems everything has increased in price


Online and in store


Great deal thanksand 6% Quidco


Are they doing this in the stores or only online?


Says from Thursday 22nd but it’s active now.

LED Lenser P7.2 Torch Combo Pack with P3BM Torch - £36.00 + Free P&P (Quidco 6%) @ Cotswold Outdoor
Found 27th OctFound 27th Oct
Good reliable torch and comes with the P3BM key chain torch too. Don't forget to go through Quidco for further 6% cashback. Thanks for looking.

Shows as £45 now :(


This torch is fantastic. Has mine about 3 years and still going strong


Bear in mind LEDLensor gives you 7 year warranty if you register with them online. 5 years if you don't. I'm pretty pleased with the build quality of the Lenser so far and £36 is about right for me.


I am glad your happy with your Astrolux, I've never owned one. I can only go with my own personal experience and I'm happy with my 5 year old Lenser.


My Astrolux S1 that's 1000+ Lumens was bought right at the end of 2015 and it still going strong after almost daily use in winter months and intermittent during summer. I'm not careful with it and it has been dropped countless times onto concrete and brick etc. I would say with the Lenser stuff you're paying for the name.

The North Face Surge Rucksack £52.80 @ Cotswold Outdoor + TCB 6.06%
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
Extra 6% cashback at TopCashBack. Might be a decent backpack at that price. Cotswold website says it is low on stock.
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he just meant the other north face backpack that was posted a while ago was much better value


I haven’t said anything wrong have I? It’s just you taking it the wrong way it’s OOS anyways


Great Bag / Great Deal. Now O.O.S!


Its the best price I can see for this particular rucksack anywhere - so you are being unfair and slightly patronising.


I agree with you the previous delas were for the smaller version :)

The North Face Mens Tansa Hybrid ThermoBall Jacket Small & Medium size £54.40 @ Amazon
Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
Light, highly packable, and named after the Japanese phonetic for 'exploration', The North Face Tansa Hybrid ThermoBall Jacket is made for fast–and–light mountain adventures. Enj… Read more

Shame. All sold




No longer available


Definitely not Amazon. It was Cotswold and snow and rock THE NORTH FACE Tansa Hybrid


It’s just marketing spiel for the way they pack insulation. Berghaus and Patagonia have similar marketing names for the way they pack insulation (down or synthetic)

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Deuter Air Contact Trek 68 Rucksack at Cotswold Outdoors for £55.20
Found 24th OctFound 24th Oct
Product Information The Air Contact Trek 68 Rucksack from Deuter is the perfect companion for your weekend camping expeditions or a gap year. Its Vari-Quick back system allows quic… Read more
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I will take a photo of mine tomorrow, cant remember the brand off the top of my head but its taken me through about 45 countries and still has a lot left in it.


Can you share a front loader back pack of this size (or ideally 80l) as need one for an Argentine trip in January. Thanks in advance


I have a little 15L Deuter backpack, never heard of the brand before I bought it but I have to say very impressive quality.


Nice to see a decent piece of outdoor kit instead of the short term use disposable stuff from the budget outdoor places.


Heat for the price as Deuter is a great quality brand, though I stopped using top loaders about 20 years ago, just unpractical as you have to rifle through stuff to get what you want. Front loaders just make things so much easier.

Rab Expedition Kit Bag 120L, £50 at Cotswold
Found 24th OctFound 24th Oct
Fabric: polyester with TPU coating Capacity: 120 litre Dimensions: 82 x 46 x 39cm Water resistant fabric Double thickness base Large main opening, lockable YKK 10 coil lugga… Read more

That's BS. Mine's amazing! Strong. Comfy. Water proof. And ruck sack handles too. It's a bloody good bag!


i bought a mountain warehouse variant for shopping, it's solid enough but not very comfortable as a rucksack if anybody interested...: 60l - 26.99 + delivery 90l 31.99 + delivery


Fair enough if the item you want is in stock in your local store. This is an online only item.


how about this for lesser cost -


I have used my NT card with sale items in store before with no problem, not sure if it would work online. Have also used Quidco which tracked ok.

SmartWool Mens Outdoor Sport Light Crew Sock - Double Pack £8 - Cotswold Outdoor - Free c&c
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
I spent some time going through the Cotswold clearance section this morning and for me this is the best deal on there - at this price they are only £4 a pair . These socks are me… Read more

Very happy with the socks. Yes they are thick so likely to be used only during winter months, but perfect for this weather and very comfortable


Wow Scummy move cotswold- cancelled my order of all but 1 pack stating OOS and not about to recieve anymore and now selling them at an increased price.


Just ordered, confirmed already


Received my order today as well.


Not me thankfully I picked mine up at lunch time

The North face backpack vault rucksack  28L  bargain - £28.80 @ Cotswold Outdoor
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
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Not too keen on NF backpacks or rucksacks


I wouldnt advise this, as it doesnt have a waist band, isnt waterproof and isnt airflow, so if you cycle any distance you will have a wet back. Pannier are generally about 20L so you may need two, I would recommend the Ortlieb as I bought cheap and the catches go (altura), the Ortlieb are also waterproof which most cheapos arent. The disadvantgage of panniers is needing two and having to get a rack, which is why I went back to a rucksack when some **** stole my bike.


Too true. That's why I switched to pannier bags on my bike rather than backpack.


Thanks for posting!


Bought both North face backpacks :D

THE NORTH FACE RODEY 27L BACKPACK@ cotswold outdoor - £26.40
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
FREE Standard UK Delivery Whether you're travelling to work or setting out on a weekend adventure, the Rodey Backpack is a companion you can rely on. Classic styling echoes popula… Read more

Have you ever owned a North Face backpack? The quality is excellent. I have a Borealis and a Jester. Both far superior to a Berghaus I used to own


If it didn’t say North Face on it would be £12


Ty Topcasback 6.06% too

Osprey Quasar 28 - £38.40 @ Cotswold Camping
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
The Quasar 28 Rucksack is a city bag with true outdoor heritage, carrying a design degree passed down from decades of Osprey backpack experience. This quality and feature-driven d… Read more

The grey one briefly came back with 1 in stock, I will hold out for the blue one though as i only really use it for hiking and want a brighter colour other than grey/black.


Not sure it will as probably getting rid of stock.


This is a good deal. I need a bigger capacity, missed out on the nebula 34 litres one, will wait for that to come back in stock. Heat added.


6.3 topcashback


Cheers for that. Decided to stick with the Nebula for an extra £3/4 as that holds 34 litres as opposed to this holding 26l.

Mountain Equipment Kangshung Jacket - M,L £190 @ Cotswold outdoor
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
The Mountain Equipment Kangshung men's Jacket in Imperial Red is fully spec'ced with Gore-Tex protection. Alpine Skiers and Mountaineers will love the Gore-Tex 75D fabric which giv… Read more
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winchman if you like ME.


Great deal. I have an older version, bought 10 years ago still going strong, really is lightweight and breathable. Makes a difference, and if you do enough walking, it's perfect for UK weather.


This is spot on I’m afraid. Great deal that is sadly wasted on the average person (and before anyone gets on the ‘brand snobbery’ high horse, I recently purchased a Mountain Warehouse coat precisely because I’m not a mountaineer/skier/fell-walker etc). Horses for courses.


Wow, when I saw the price I blurted out - Kangshung Heat from me for the deal, even though no good for me.


It's not even close to breaking even at the moment, a £300+ jacket for £190 seems a pretty good deal to me but then I do know a little bit about decent all weather jackets. There's not many better than this one.

Arc'teryx - Womens Gore-Tex Waterproof Trousers £96 @ Cotswold outdoor
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
In all my years of trekking around I don't recall having a fly on my waterproof trousers. When compared with the mens they're identical - except for a fly. £84 xtra for a fly!! Th… Read more
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people here really are living in fantacy expecting to spend tiny tiny money and yet magically getting extremely high... for those product with top quality therefore higher price tag, even half price might got freezing cold but for some crap ones it's toasting hot only because it's cheap


This. Folks just don’t understand - this is in a completely different league to Beeghaus and yet you’ll barely find their gear at this price... Thanks for posting OP.


More Arc'teryx stuff half price at Trekitt:


Good price, unfortunately premium product is not going to get heat on hukd apart from those things people can show off on a daily basis like phones, cars or watches.

Lenser p5e torch Cotswold - £17 @ Cotswold Outdoor (free C&C)
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Saw this in store in Cotswold half price and great solid powerful torch - worth the few quid over a cheapo LED. Also had a couple of quid of the keyring one and a combo deal - but… Read more

I’ve got feit torches from Costco and are very pleased with them.


There are always codes kicking about for various decent torches. I'm a member of and and source loads of my cheap deals from there. I'm very unimpressed with the Lenser torches I've seen/had.


Unfortunately its double that at the minute


Of COURSE you need another torch.....!!!! Just not one of these. Far, far better available from Gearbest or Banggood. Not voted. This dinky Klarus Mi1C in copper was £20 with a code from Gearbest as I recall. A much superior light and there are plenty of other equally excellent value options available to buy.


I don't rate lenser torches, i had one fall out of my trouser pocket onto the floor and the lens cracked, mega expensive for low output too, Lidl have much better torches for far less , bought a headtorch reduced to £3 there a few weeks ago Inc batteries and it even stays ultra dimly lit so you can find it in your bag etc without any apparent battery drain