Many parts of the country survived a brutal cold snap last week. But this weekend, we’re stubbornly heading out. Why let brutal temperatures keep you from working out? Besides, the cold weather means that some parts of the country already have snow on the slopes. But don’t worry. Even if we can’t coax you outside—or when you come back from your outdoor foray—you can relax indoors and veg out with this weekend’s audio and TV deals.
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- Garmin Forerunner 935 GPS Watch for $400 ($100 off): Garmin’s GPS-equipped watch comes preloaded with apps for running, biking, skiing, climbing, hiking, paddling, golfing, and more. It’s also one of our editor-in-chief’s favorite gear picks for running a faster marathon.
- Outdoor Research Surge Sensor Gloves for $19 ($6 off): These wind-resistant, lightweight gloves include patches on the index and thumb tips to let you use your smart phone or tablet without having to yank off your gloves in the cold wind. Anti-slip silicone patches on the palms give extra grip if your outdoor fitness routine includes trekking poles.
- Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Sapphire GPS Watch for $600 ($150 off): Garmin’s high-end GPS smart watch comes preloaded with full-color topographic maps for trips into the backcountry. You can connect it to your smart phone and headphones via Bluetooth, store up to 500 songs directly on the watch itself, and use Garmin Pay on it for contactless payments. Also, the battery lasts forever.
- Patagonia Capilene Midweight Zip-Neck Top for $41 ($28 off): Patagonia’s Capilene odor-resistant fleece wicks sweat from your skin, and offset seams means they won’t chafe your skin if you wear a pack.
- Smartwool Merino Sport Fleece Headband for $23 ($7 off): This soft merino wool headband will keep sweat from dripping into your eyes without the scratchiness typical to wool. Elastane holds it in place as you run, and the small amount of nylon woven into the wool lets it dry more quickly.