Don’t get fleeced! Forage for a great deal on a fleece jacket before the sun sets on Prime Day

Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale is still on, and there are some top deals to be found on fleece jackets…but you’d best be quick

Man wearing Columbia Basin Butte Fleece
(Image credit: Columbia)

Evenings are drawing in and mornings are increasingly chilly, but autumn is an awesome time to be out and about, exploring trails and enjoying camp fires and final sleepouts before winter - so long as you have the right clothing, that is. 

The best fleece jackets are the ultimate multifunctional garment to bust out at this time of year. You can wear them as a stylish and warm outer layer when the weather is dry, and work well as a thermal midlayer beneath the best waterproof jackets when things threaten to get wet.

And, for deal foragers looking for a new fleece, there are still some bargains to be bagged as Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale heads into it autumn hours, including the following. 

Berghaus Pravitale Fleece: £90 (opens in new tab)

Berghaus Pravitale Fleece: £90 £59.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Save over £30 on this excellent mid-weight fleece jacket from British brand Berghaus, which is reliably robust and boasts a range of great features. 

Columbia Basin Butte Fleece: £65 (opens in new tab)

Columbia Basin Butte Fleece: £65 £50.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Featuring Columbia's clever Omni-Heat reflective material on the inside, and made with 85% recycled polyester, the Basin Butte Fleece (opens in new tab) is smarter than your average top, and it will keep you properly warm even in the most wintery conditions. 

Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Jacket: RRP £120 (opens in new tab)

Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Jacket: RRP £120 £95.80 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Weighing just 638g and made entirely from 100% recycled polyester, the Better Sweater from Patagonia is an excellent choice for eco-conscious fleece seekers, and it’s a good-looking top-performer to boot.

Pat Kinsella
Editor T3 Outdoors

Pat Kinsella has been chasing adventures and writing about the outdoors for two decades. In pursuit of stories he’s canoed Canada’s Yukon River, climbed Mont Blanc and Kilimanjaro, skied and mountain biked across the Norwegian Alps, run ultras across the roof of Mauritius and through the hills of the Himalayas, and set short-lived speed records for trail-running Australia’s highest peaks and New Zealand’s nine Great Walks. A former editor of several Australian magazines he’s a longtime contributor to publications including Sidetracked, Outdoor, National Geographic Traveller, Trail Running, The Great Outdoors, Outdoor Fitness and Adventure Travel, and a regular writer for Lonely Planet (for whom he compiled, edited and co-wrote the Atlas of Adventure, a guide to outdoor pursuits around the globe). He’s authored guides to exploring the coastline and countryside of Devon and Dorset, and recently wrote a book about pub walks (opens in new tab). Follow Pat's adventures on Strava (opens in new tab).