Anything good at Sierra Trading Post?
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Bobby Lee
(rblee) - F
Anything good at Sierra Trading Post? on 09/20/2011 15:31:13 MDT Print View

I have a gift certificate I have to use, there are so many items on that site and most of them are junk. Has anyone seen anything good there recently?

Thanks!

William Cummings
(rcummings1) - F

Locale: Colorado
Re: Anything good at Sierra Trading Post? on 09/20/2011 15:49:38 MDT Print View

Smartwool socks and underwear show up on a regular basis.

bryan ennis
(neeonbrowwn) - F
smartwool underwear on 09/20/2011 16:12:01 MDT Print View

+1 on the underwear.. just used my 45% off to get 6 pair for under 100 bucks

me thinks they retail for 40-50$

Joseph R
(Dianoda) - MLife

Locale: Chicago, IL
Re: Anything good at Sierra Trading Post? on 09/20/2011 16:22:46 MDT Print View

+1 smartwool.

Also recommend checking out the various Icebreaker baselayers as well.

Other considerations:

Outdoor Research Echo Duo T - about as light as a T-shirt gets, wicks moisture well enough, breaths very well, maybe a bit light on sun protection @ SPF 15 - but get this: my men's medium weighs 84g (or just under 3oz)...

Edited by Dianoda on 09/20/2011 16:33:41 MDT.

William Brown
(MatthewBrown) - F

Locale: Blue Ridge Mtns
Shoes on 09/20/2011 19:09:52 MDT Print View

Last years Salomon trail-runners are very common too.

And Ex-Officio light weight shirts.

Edited by MatthewBrown on 09/20/2011 19:10:30 MDT.

Tyler Barcelli
(youngster) - M

Locale: Southeast
Icebreaker on 09/20/2011 20:26:28 MDT Print View

I picked up some Icebreaker Skin 200 s/s there on steep discount. I have to say I find Icebreaker merino to be my favorite.

David Drake
(DavidDrake) - F - M

Locale: North Idaho
Re: Anything good at Sierra Trading Post? on 09/20/2011 21:10:56 MDT Print View

Just got a Smartwool NTS Lightweight long sleeve. Looks like only XL and 2XL available now though.

Matt Dickstein
(mirabela) - F
STP on 09/21/2011 17:25:50 MDT Print View

Terramar undies are OK, and the price is great.

If you are in the market for a light (60g) primaloft jacket with a hood, the Merrell Guise is a pretty nice piece. It has pit zips, always a plus. If you use a 35% off code you can get it down to about 50 bucks, kind of a steal for this type of item.

The Lowe Magma primaloft pants are really nice ... not anything you want for UL three season backpacking, but if you're a winter camper they're a welcome bit of gear.

They always have a good stock of Asics running shoes.