Black Friday hiking jacket deals 2024

Best black friday hiking jacket deals at Live for the outdoors

by Live For The Outdoors |
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Here at LFTO, we track the best Black Friday deals on everything outdoors. Black Friday 2023 has passed, but file us away in a bookmark folder and be the first to know when hiking jacket deals go live for Black Friday 2024.

Quality hiking gear often comes with a significant price tag, which is sometimes justified by the level of design, and long-lasting performance. Ordinarily, we shoulder the initial expense, because we recognise it as a smart investment that will yield substantial returns.

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For those in search of top-notch outdoor equipment at a reduced cost, Black Friday presents an ideal window of opportunity. Numerous retailers participate in this events, offering enticing discounts.

Regardless of whether you're an avid shopper or not, everyone appreciates a good bargain, making these occasions worth exploring if you're in need of a certain piece of kit.

Important: know that any down jackets we recommend will only contain traceable, responsibly sourced down. We will not recommend any without this certification.

Retailer list: where to find the best Black Friday hiking jacket deals


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Black Friday deals on hiking jackets:

On sale

Montane Anti-Freeze Hooded Jacket
Price: £99.99 (RRP £200)

Best Value winner of our 2023 down jackets test; a combination of technical performance and sustainable construction; PFC-free and recycled material; 750-fill hydrophobic down (PFC-free); fantastic warmth-to-weight ratio.

On sale

Berghaus 2023 Nula synthetic insulated hiking jacket
Price: $191.99

Stay comfortable in the cold with this lightweight insulated jacket. It has a soft polyester interior and uses Berghaus' proprietary Hydroloft Polyball insulation. It also packs down small to save space in your pack.

On sale

Featuring a Honeycomb microfleece back for extra warmth, this softshell jacket from Craghoppers is a great choice if you're not looking for too many layers. Bonus points for the EcoShield DWR finish, which is plant based!

On sale

This synthetic insulated jacket provides an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio. It's windproof and water resistant, so it'll keep you protected in some fairly harsh conditions, provided things don't get torrential. Characteristic of Helly Hansen, the Dubliner jacket is form fitting, so check the size guide and go up if you plan on adding more layers.

On sale

Berghaus hillwalker gore-tex thermal jacket
Price: $215.99

A heavy discount on this top-of-the-line winter waterproof jacket from Berghaus. The durable ripstop fabric will be long lasting while the GORE-TEX lining is guaranteed to keep you dry as a bone.

On sale

Helly Hansen Herren Crew Insulated jacket

Rrp: $180.00

Price: $145.79

Wind resistant, water resistant, and stuffed with Helly Hansen's Lifaloft insulation. The coup de grace, though, is the brushed lining in the pockets, which will keep your hands cosy and protected from the elements. An ideal hiking mid-layer for this winter.

On sale

Featuring a warm hood and reliably sustainable insulation, the Vaskye from Berghaus is a winner for spring and autumn, and for layering under a hearty shell in winter. It's also quite stylish, and the drawstrings on the hood allow for some useful adjustments.

On sale

Berghaus men's activity polartec thermal fleece
Price: $145.00

Constructed from Polartec Thermal Pro fleece, this jacket traps heat efficiently while remaining fairly lightweight and breathable. Ideal for a lot of movement or for a layer in light weather.

On sale

Jack Wolfskin Highest Peak 3L Waterproof Jacket
Price: £168 (RRP £210)

Reliable year-round waterproof hiking jacket with the desirable 3-layer construction; sustainably made (PFC-free, recycled and bluesign-approved material); uses Jack Wolfskin's own Texapore Ecosphere Pro waterproof membrane.

on sale

Price: £169.99 (RRP £350)

A highly insulating down jacket designed especially for serious winter hikers taking on the British winter mountains; 850-fill down insulation; body-mapped design with heat reflective inner to boost warmth without adding weight; women's version also on sale.


Montane Icarus Jacket
Price: £74.99 (was £149.99)

Synthetic insulated jacket performs well for hiking in damp conditions; 50% recycled outer material; zipped hand pockets; 605g weight.


Jack Wolfskin Routeburn Pro Hybrid Jacket
Price: £60 (RRP £120)

Versatile winter mid layer or spring/autumn outer layer; employs synthetic insulation at the front, and stretchy fleece on the sides, back, and arms; water repellent and eco-friendly (PFC-free, recycled and bluesign-approved).

On sale

Montane Anti-Freeze XT Down Hooded Jacket
Price: £124.99 (RRP £250)

Fully-featured, sustainable down jacket for very cold mountain outings; 750-fill hydrophobic down (PFC-free); recycled, PFC-free nylon outer and lining; packable.

On Sale

Price: £100 (was £175)

Lightweight synthetic insulated jacket; PrimaLoft Black Insulation ThermoPlume imitates down insulation for insulating efficiency and compressibility; windproof and water-repellent.


Men's Maitland GORE-TEX IA Waterproof Jacket
Price: £160.00 (was £220)

This two-layer waterproof uses a reliable GORE-TEX membrane to keep you warm and dry throughout the winter months. The inner zip also allows you to combine this shell with any compatible Berghaus fleece, but it also works perfectly with any mid-layer you like, or as a stand-alone piece of kit.


Price: £155.97 (was £259.95)

Designed for serious mountain excursions, this lightweight waterproof hardshell is form fitting and durable, making it ready for anything. Check out the women's version here.

How do I find the best Black Friday deals?

Bookmark this page to keep track of all the best Black Friday deals on throughout the sale season.

We've got our top gear testers scouring retailers we trust, and we even use plugins to check the original price of the gear, so we're 100% sure the deals we share are the very best.

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Our top tips for coping with Black Friday:

Sign up for newsletters and updates

They might clog up your inbox for the rest of the year, but you’ll find that newsletters will bring you discounts and alerts about bargains before anything else.

You can also sign up to the LFTO Newsletter, where we'll keep you to date with our 'best of' articles and Black Friday deals.

Stick to your budget

You might be tempted into all and every deal that you see on Black Friday, but set a budget and stick to it. Experts also say that you should use a credit card (it’s the safest way to pay, as the bank will end up footing the bill if there is any kind of mishap).

Stick around afterwards...

Previously, waiting until Black Friday was one of the best strategies for saving money on big-ticket items, but recent years have taught us that many of the biggest online sales will come under the 'Cyber Monday' banner, which can last until the end of November. So, always keep your eyes peeled, the bargain hunt isn't quite over yet.

Milo Wilson is a digital content writer for Live For The Outdoors. He has been testing gear professionally since January 2022. Milo is constantly getting caught in the rain, which means he's serious about high quality hiking jackets.

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