Another Round! Summer Sale Picks

Last updated on July 4th, 2024 at 01:38 pm

Another wave of summer sales – with major discounts on cooler weather items to stock up on before summer ends.

Rothy’s Cashback

Rothy’s is offering 8% cash back (normally 2%) via Rakuten, which can be stacked with their Final Few Sale featuring older styles up to 50% off. If you’ve never used Rakuten cash back before, you can use my referral link to get an extra 10% cash back on top of that!

Some of my favorite styles in the sale are these cozy clogs, captoe ballet flats, and captoe points (sense a trend here?).

Everlane Summer Sale

Selection of items up to 50%+ off. Lots of my personal favorites included, though many items are more suitable for fall & winter.

REI 4th of July Sale

  • RIP Outdoor Voices, I love this tank top and shorts (even more than Patagonia Baggies).
  • Wool blend quarter socks are my staple hiking socks – unfortunately, these run large, I wear the size Small as a 7.5 and they are still just a smidge loose
  • Camping Essentials: REI’s Magma 30 Down Sleeping Bag & Magma 15 Down Sleeping Bag are excellent light, yet warm, down sleeping bags. While the number indicates the lowest temperature it can withstand, I would add an additional ~5 degrees to be safe. I’m so happy they’ve started making these in additional sizes to be unisex, as their old female-specific sleeping bags weren’t really comparable.
  • For tents, the Trailmade 2-Person Tent honestly is great for any casual tent / car camper. If you’re traveling as a pair, it’s do-able weight-wise for backpacking when split between two. I’m very intrigued by REI’s ultralight tent offering with the Flash Air 2-Person Tent. And on the opposite end, if you’re looking for extra comfort (and weight), the Skyward 4-Person Tent will be nicely spacious for two.
  • Lastly, it’s important to stay hydrated! The BeFree 1L Water Filter Bottle is on sale, which will come in handy if you need to refill from a stream or lake on a longer hike.

Cuyana Archive Sale


Always love COS silhouettes and patterns – I find that while they’re often still on trend, they’re unique enough to last through most trend cycles as nearly timeless.

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