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The UK's largest retailer of outdoor leisure goods, GO Outdoors sells sports and adventure apparel, accessories and footwear, along with a full range of camping, cycling, climbing, horse-riding, skiing, fishing, caravanning and mountaineering gear. HotUKDeals rounds up all the best deals from GO Outdoors and presents them all on one dedicated page. Read more

All Go Outdoors Deals, Discounts & Sales for September 2018

Swedish Silva smart band  Better price than the fake fitbits you see £20 @ Go outdoors - Free c&c
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Sold in three other national shops between £55-79 Does all same tricks as fitbit. I have fitbit and its great. But if your looking at fake fit bits because fitbits are 99quid. Fake… Read more
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salahwrexham

To be honest, I am really happy with the MiBand 2. As you said, as long as it is reasonably tight, it gives a good indication of your HR. Enough for me!

migavupe

(party)

Gollywood

Looks like OP (who joined today) expired it in a huff! And deleted his account! Byeeeeeeee (highfive)

migavupe

Pro tip. Post deal with facts and don’t rant about “fakes” £50 discount is good, waffling on bad.

Gollywood

Unless this was an original Fitbit, your 'fake' comments make no sense

five ten mtb shoes - £49 @ Go Outdoors (free C&C)
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Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
absolute steal at half price,i just received mine , very happy
r4963

They look like they're designed for your 9 year old child. They might suit their function, but why do they have to look so ridiculous, ugly and childlike?

TurboFSO

Me too. Bought same version a while ago and although they didn't fit anyway they also seemed far too bulky for general mtb use. Also bare in mind I needed 1 size bigger than my normal shoe size. I have never taken a 12 although I would have needed a 12 in this shoe. And I did see some poor reviews of this shoe complaining about quality compared to the usual standards and soles falling off (although I still took the gamble).

villageidiotdan

Yeah, I'd agree - amazingly comfortable but almost too well designed such that they are very heavy

edanfalls

Good shoes. Probably overkill for trail riding or XC though, they are more for DH. If you're not doing DH, the Freeriders are lighter and more comfortable.

iamwhoiam

Do you have to have the discount card for this price?

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Calibre Crag Mountain Bike at Go Outdoors for £225
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Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
A classic hardtail mountain bike which builds on the success of the award-winning Calibre Two.Two. The Calibre Crag Mountain Bike gives you great value XC performance with full Sh… Read more
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BrianNicholson

No mate.

forcedv

It's the "go outdoors" card free?

bonzobanana

This is more mountain bike style. Appears to have a low strength freewheel rather than a freehub and cassette so wouldn't be strong enough to be used for reasonable off road use. It's hard to tell as there are minimal images but normally a 7 speed cogset is a freewheel nowadays and it certainly looks like one. There are better bikes at halfords in my opinion for similar money with better components and can actually be used seriously off road.

BrianNicholson

Thanks chaps, I’ve also posted the slab.

Bill_Carr_PH

Don't understand why this is cold? Looks like decent kit for the money. Far, far better than the crap you see in supermarkets for <£100

Calibre Slab Mountain Bike at GoOutdoors for £275
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GoOutDoors discount card price. A superb, limited edition, 26” wheel MTB, with a lightweight alloy frame and RockShox XC32 forks! Whether you’re riding around the countryside or t… Read more
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bonzobanana

All three of those bikes are terrible value in my opinion and none of them are capable of serious off road use. The Slab would be with a wheel, cassette and spacer upgrade but not as stock. If you don't mind going off-road without suspension then the Carrera Subway is a good option. However if you can still find stock the Carrera Sulcata is selling for £250 and gives you larger 29" wheels which are also compatible with larger profile 700c road tyres. It's a nice bike and great value at £250 but if you can stretch just above £300 there will be better options like the Carrera Vulcan which I think is £325 last time I looked. Whatever you want to make sure the bike you buy has a freehub based drivetrain and if suspension suntour provides the best entry level forks in my experience. Take your time choosing your bike, don't rush into it. There are many absolutely terrible bikes that sell well above £200 that look the part but don't actually perform very well at all.

jswaminathanuk

Friends, Newbie in cycling world Looking MTB for commute to work no more than 10 miles return. (though not at the present but will from summer) again no more than couple of days a week. off road in weekend. not looking to spend fortune. I am thinking between these 3 bikes above calibre slab (£279) ammaco gran cru : (£200)https://www.cycleking.co.uk/ammaco-gran-cru-26-wheel-front-suspension-alloy-mtb-silver.html barracuda draco 2 : (£229)https://www.costco.co.uk/c/Barracuda-18-457-cm-Mens-Draco-2-Mountain-Bike/p/259896 anything else you guys suggest thanks in advance

bonzobanana

Many people do buy on looks but personally I'd advise against it. Strangely the first real mountain bike at Go Outdoors price wise is the Kona Hahanna at £300. It's an ok spec with a proper freehub drivetrain. https://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/kona-hahanna-mountain-bike-p414108 The first Calibre real mountain bike appears to be the Calibre Two Two but is using the older 26" wheels which are a little out of favour nowadays. I would definitely check out your local Halfords too and Decathlon if you have one nearby. Both offer some decent bikes at low prices. However bear in mind Halfords bikes are normally rated to rider weights of 120kg, Calibre up to 100kg and Decathlon/Btwin often about 85kg (100kg minus bike weight). If your a fan of curries and sweet treats like myself then Halfords might be the better option although saying that I think the Kona is rated to 136kg. It's always nice to know you have a stronger frame although a lighter weaker frame can have better feel when riding. You will often see reinforcing of the frame on Carrera models that you will not see on Calibre or Btwin bikes. Btwin also have a history of frame failures but I suspect this might be related to people not adhering to the weight limits stated in the manuals. I only mention the weight limits as any recommendation for btwin bikes should include that. 85kg is about the average weight of a UK male so it is easy for many people to go above that weight limit. Calibre bikes are fine for a much wider range of men and the Halfords bikes will enable almost all males to ride. If you are in the weight limits though the Rockrider 520 and 540 are nice budget mountain bikes. However for most people the Carrera Subway is actually their best option. A go anywhere rigid mountain bike with a decent quality drivetrain. There are 2 versions but either are good. It's efficient on the road and very strong and capable of reasonable off road use.

Zimmy

“Don’t buy upgrades, ride up grades” - Eddie Merckx. This bike will be absolutely fine for general riding about & off road paths & getting fit. No need to upgrade. If you want to be king of the trail centre or do 100 miles a week, you wouldn’t buy this bike anyway.

BrianNicholson

Just saw this in the flesh, it’s not a bad looking bike.

Scarpa marmolada Men's Boots £132 from go outdoors
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Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Sizes 41 to 47 available. Best deal I've seen for these. Well reviewed all year round boot
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MattNorfolk

I have had these boots for about a year now. They are extremely comfortable (for my feet). Very lightweight BUT, I would say too stiff for a general walking boot. I used to wear my previous scarpas everywhere walking (low level walks), but these aren’t really suitable for that.

PaulFisher

Cheers I've ordered a pair...

retrosling

I just picked mine up. They are a reasonable weight. I also tried some Mammut Trovat Guide High GTX Men's Hiking Boot. The scarpa boots were more comfortable to wear, noticeably lighter and more comfortable to walk around in. Hope this helps.

PaulFisher

I just want them to replace my scarpa leather walking boots, so not to heavy for general hill walks...?

guttediam

Fancy sharing your Discount Card (embarrassed)

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Go Outdoors - Sierra II Walking Shoes £10 Discount Card Price (Men, Women and Child)
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Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
A great value shoe for everyday comfort, ideal for summer walks when the weather is dry. Hi Gear's Sierra II Walking Shoes are an affordable way to get outdoors and enjoy going o… Read more
BenRC

These come up small

Gollywood

I bought these last time they were on sale. They're ok, nothing more. The insole is flimsy and had to be replaced with something offering more cushioned support

antenna

How about £4.95 p&p?, if you are not near a shop.

mne2

Or you can get a card for £5 so they cost £15 (assuming you never use the card again)

antenna

If you dont have a Go Outdoors discount card they will cost you 5p short of £20. ...Not so good then .

Rab microlight jackets all sizes incl newer colours men’s & womens down to £112 (womens LONG £120) on gooutdoors (one week only
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Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Bargain price lots of colours in both men’s and women’s lots of sizes across the range. You can get cheaper decathlon down jackets but the quality and material isn’t as good, I’ve… Read more
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BarberBarber

I’ve got a price match email from go outdoors for £99.45 if anybody wants it, can’t make it to my nearest store to collect as its a 50 mile round trip

gm89uk

I've just checked, it sold out. Can no longer see it.

feizor

Is that instore only? Not seeing this on their website.

gm89uk

https://www.alpinetrek.co.uk/rab-microlight-alpine-jacket-down-jacket/ Black shark men's XL 93 quid available here

gm89uk

True, haven't managed to wear much in this weather. Nice find though.

Scarpa Lite OD walking / hiking shoes. Waterproof - £60 @ Go Outdoors
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Various women's sizes. Men's also but only a couple of sizes. The Mrs paid £75 a couple of weeks ago and loves them. I'd get a pair but got similar shoes already. OD (Out Dry) is … Read more
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jmn16091990

I picked up the last pair in Manchester yesterday. Thanks for sharing. These are £135 at Cotswold!!?

MattNorfolk

Thanks, ordered for my other half. Quidco at 7% too.

Outwell Dreamcatcher Double self inflating mat 7.5cm £60.05 @ Go outdoors - price match
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Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
These retail at £109 Using the go outdoors price match plus system 10% off the advertised price on the following site was given. Discount card needed to use price match system (£5… Read more
EMGPORT01

Price increased but purchased today for £67. Thanks

EMGPORT01

Price higher now

C1988p

Seems good to me. You can put more air in by blowing into the mat but i have found this makes it a bit too firm. Even with the matt deflated to a good comfot level my hip nstill dosnt hit the floor when laying on my side.

mart321

A sim on top of these is the ultimate camping setup.

EMGPORT01

Looks a very good price. Would the 7.5 cm be comfortable?

Hi Gear Kalahari Eclipse 8 Person Family Tent £299 with code at Go Outdoors
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Doesnt look like a bad deal for an 8 man tent. Reviews are all very good. You can simply buy the tent alone for £299 using code KALA10 or you can use a bundle trick to reduce the … Read more
middayman

I spotted this deal a few days ago. Currently camping in the previous model of this tent - green one without blackout rooms - and have done for about the last 4-5 years. It is very easy to put up, and there is a lot of space inside. The zip on the outer had just gone on ours so was looking at just buying the tent and keeping the carpet and footprint off this one, but will probably get the porch too as it's ideal for using as a kitchen. Nice little find - not sure why it's been voted cold :/

mathewwhite

a smaller 6 man tent (similar standard including black out bedrooms) was voted hot here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/coleman-6-man-blackout-tent-vis-a-vis-308-millets-3002977 This bigger tent, with extras, voted cold without any comments? I wont bother posting deals again.

Jetboil Zip - £56.70 using price match @ Go Outdoors
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Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Boil water in a couple of minutes with a Jetboil. Millets have a third off bringing the price to £63 but GoOutdoors price match with an extra 10% off making it £56.70 down from th… Read more
Littlewhitebull

Cheers. Managed to get one on the way home from work today.

Abombination

Agreed they are not really designed to cook, they're designed to boil and have no simmer setting. Something like rice would be a bad idea, and would likely burn at the bottom. They have a full power setting, a slightly less power setting, then as you go less you will hit the point where it's about to go off, which it will do suddenly. There is no real simmer control at all. If you've used something with lots of flame control, and expect this you may be disappointed. If you accept the limitations of the device then they're good to great. They excel at boiling water very quickly. They can be used to heat things up, but you have to use caution, less heat and more stirring to avoid burning, especially with anything stodgy. If you want simmering for any length of time forget it, since it's no what they were designed for. There are plenty of youtube videos out there showing Jetboils, and their Primus and MSR equivalents, that will go through the drawbacks of the devices if you need more information.

welshie1984

Can you get the discount applied to buy online? The email they have sent me says I have to take it into store....

mattyr

They are designed to heat water very quickly which you can add to foods and drinks. They are not designed to cook with.

Abombination

I used mine all last Winter and the end of the one before to heat soup. Yes if you leave it on maximum and let it, it will burn the bottom. If you turn it down a bit and give it a stir a few times you will get minimal if no burning. Mine is a flash tho, so I only heat it until the sleeve indicator turns orange which is hot enough. With the zip you'll have to gauge it yourself. It's super fast and convenient.

Vango Catalina 500 se 5 person tent £179 at Go outdoors - free c& c
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Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Looks like a very good price for a Vango tent of this size! Very similar to the vango Icarus I believe, I can't really see what the difference is tbh! But I haven't had a detailed … Read more
benjaminallen

Better with coleman da gamma 4 or 5 which are about 200 quid and have steel poles which in my experience u need in bad weather

melonie.akers

I've just ordered this hope it's as good as everyone says it is :)

Mathew_White

Shame they haven't discounted the airgo horizon 6.

vanders1200

i seen "catalina" and was very much looking forward to "wine mixer" being after it.. never mind

mattvale1989

Bought the Icarus yesterday online for the discount price and didn't need the card

Scarpa Terra GTX Mens or Womens Walking Boots £89.10 after price match @ Go Outdoors
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Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
This is my last Go Outdoors price match, but it was another great deal so thought id share. These boots are very comfortable and Scarpa are great quality. To get this price you ne… Read more
a_david

Also, Start Fitness have both men's and women's Scarpa Terra GTX for £70, so would be a better bet for a price match. They don't write the size on the price match confirmation (when done online), so just put an in-stock size then ask for your own size at Go Outdoors (click and collect ensures it's in stock). Yeah, the Santander discount ended yesterday unfortunately (at least on my account).

mambo1888

Wow thats great prices mate, tempted by that myself lol. Wish id known about the santander offer, I never use that card but would have got a fair few quid from what ive bought at gooutdoors recently.

a_david

Thanks OP, heated. Triggered by your post, I got a pair of Scarpa Delta GTX Activ for £86 today. Scarpa list them as £220 and Go Outdoors have them at £189, though they can be got cheaper elsewhere. I got them from Go Outdoors, getting them to price match with https://startfitness.co.uk (£100) and I used a Santander card (they had an offer of 10% cashback at GO). So: £100 - £10 (price match) - £9 (Santander cashback) + £5 (Go Outdoors discount card) I tried to persuade my gf to get a pair of Scarpa Ranger 2 GTX Activ Lite (https://startfitness.co.uk have them at £82.50, so we'd have got them for £66.83, or £71.83 including a Go Outdoors card), but they weren't a good fit to her foot.

jonno_groats

They are giving away discount cards for free in the new Cribbs Causeway store (got one yesterday - not sure how long they're doing it for)

mambo1888

It really depends on what or how much you buy. For me I always get them to price match which they beat by 10% so you really always get the best deal. Their calor gas bottles are well priced too so I get my £5 back in time, usually with fist purchase. On a deal like this your saving £10 on an already good price so your card cost is covered while still being £5 cheaper.

Coleman C500 Gas canisters 6 pack £16.42 after price match @ Go Outdoors
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Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Another price match deal at Go Outdoors. This one is only really beneficial if you already have a discount card (£5 a year) To get this price you need to get them to price match … Read more
mambo1888

Yeah the portable gas canisters are really over priced compared to the bigger refillable bottles but at £2.74 a bottle its much more bearable. This was the first time id used one and really impressed with how well it worked with Char Broil BBQ.

Zero_Zuul

Great price! Last one I bought was £7 each from eBay

Freedom Trail Portable Flush Toilet - £35 (C&C) @ Go Outdoors
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Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Thought this could be ideal for a family that are going camping this year. Good price too at £35 at go outdoors but you'll need to be a go outdoors card holder to get the discount,… Read more
Aliwoo18

The Irish salesman in my local store was telling me this is better than similar models on the market - he said this is up to "2 turds bigger"! XD

apocalypsenow

I could do with one of these for the back of my van , the amount of times i've had to crap in an empty paint tin .

aztech

Looks a useful purchase. Hopefully more than just a flash in the pan.

vtec

Lol awesome

WaftyCranker

If your aim is not so good try one of these .

Vango Icarus 500 Deluxe 5 Person Tent was £279 now only £199 at Go Outdoors
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This is a great deal, vango Icarus 500 deluxe 5 person tent at £199. You probably can’t buy many 2nd hand ones at this price. Cheapest similar vango tent I’ve found elsewhere is ab… Read more
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DrRollo

Expired:(

deeperthought

This is bait, surely?

lolamont

Thanks for this

fivegoldstars

Which? reviewed ten (2017 models) family tents accomodating between 4 and 8 people in April this year. They're all in a £199-350 price bracket. Three were rated Best Buys. The two top Best Buys, Outwell Rockwell 5 and Coleman Rocky Mountain 5 are marked down as being cramped with limited space when accomodating 5 people. The third ranked Best Buy Eurohike Rydal 600 is cramped for 6 people but fine for 5. It's also cheap, easy to put up with 2 people (under 30 mins) and take down again, remained watertight in heavy rain, and stood up effectively in windy conditions, and one of the lightest on test at 16.5kg. Exclusive to Blacks/Millets at £199 (£250 in April). Not quite a Best Buy and £100 more is the Vango Iris 600. Cramped for 6 but good for 5 it took 7 mins more than the Eurohike to set up and the poles were difficult to bend and locate, however it was fast to take down. It let in a tiny amount of water in heavy rain and wasn't quite as good in windy conditions.

jonesinamillion

Eurohike over a Vango? I think not!

Five Ten impact mountain bike shoes at Go Outdoors for £45 (C&C)
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Great price for these cycle shoes...With the discount card the price is £50 but if you use code WEL129 it gives you £5 off. free collect in store.
Shinoke

What was the issue? I bought some Freerider pros which seemed nicely positioned between the Freerider and Impact, in terms of stiffness and protection. Not used them much and they cost a staggering £90 or so (on offer!), but they seem great. The material does look a bit cheap though. You really do pay a lot for the name and rubber.

TJS271182

Great deal, but no size 12 even though they are advertising it. I phoned and checked. Shame as I just bough the latest ones for £100 + and I’m not impressed. Was hoping I could send them back and get these. Have some heat anyway!

jimferno

Five Ten Impacts are large, heavy duty bike trainers aimed at flat pedal users in the downhill/freeride/enduro or more extreme spectrum of mountain biking. I'm surprised Go Outdoors stock it as it's a very niche product. The Five Ten Freeriders would be more suitable to general trail riding on flats and more comparable to the Adidas trainers you recommended(Five Ten are owned by Adidas nowadays anyways). £50-60 used to be the standard price for this shoe but the price has risen over the years and the quality has gone down IMO. Still, £45 represents good value nowadays for these shoes. Have some heat!

darklight

good for trials..

mcrobbj

Great grip, however if they get wet the soak up all the eater and can weigh a tonne.

Raleigh Surge Mountain Bike - £199 @ Go Outdoors
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Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Decent rduction on a bike that regularly retails for £299. Aluminium AL6061 Mens MTB frame for a light, responsive and durable bike Shimano Tourney 21-speed derailleurs for smoo… Read more
bonzobanana

Not sure but many people do buy mountain bikes for road use but not sure if its the majority. The point is the components dictate whether a bike is an actual mountain bike or merely a mountain bike style bike and this bike based on its components is the latter.

Jefft

Aren't most mountain bikes not taken off road?

bonzobanana

Looks a fairly basic bike and its more mountain bike style than actual mountain bike. Suspension looks basic and the bike has a weak freewheel meaning it's a fairly light duty bicycle and not really suitable for off road except for gravel paths etc. It would be ok for a light child or someone who just wants a mountain bike style bike but won't be taking it off road. Based on its components I'd value it at about £150 as a good price.

mikegrove

Extra 10% discount available for holder of either Defence discount service or Blue light discount cards (Show card in store)

camerondakillz2000

6% on TCB