Black Friday Deals for your trip to Iceland 2021

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Are you planning a trip to Iceland? Do you need anything for your trip? When traveling to Iceland you will need plenty of outdoor clothes and accessories. Check out these Black Friday Deals for your trip to Iceland!

Women

Windproof Outer Shell

A windproof outer shell is a must when visiting Iceland.  The weather in Iceland can be very unpredictable and you can have snow, rain and sun all in the same hour. Protect yourself from the chilly wind and getting drenched in the rain and buy one of those windproof and waterproof jackets for your trip to Iceland. 

Waterproof Down Jacket

It rains a lot in Iceland, bring a waterproof jacket to make sure that you wont be wet and cold on your trip to Iceland. That would only mean that you don’t have as much time and energy to explore all the beautiful sights. Get a waterproof down jacket that will also keep you warm on the cold rainy days. 

Waterproof Pants

The same reason as above, it rains a lot in Iceland. So make sure that you bring waterproof pants to keep you warm and dry. 

Fleece Sweater

Wear a fleece sweater under your outerwear to keep you warm. In Iceland it is all about the layers, so if the sun starts shining, you can just take off your jacket and wear the fleece sweater. 

Comfortable Pants / Hiking Pants

Good and comfortable pants are great to wear under your waterproof pants. Most of the time you will only be wearing these pants because it is not always raining in Iceland. Choose pants that you feel comfortable in, are able to hike / walk in and that you can also use when going to restaurants or strolling around the city. 

Thermal Tops & Thermal Pants

The thermals are a must to keep you warm in Iceland. Merino wool is the best option in terms of both comfort and warmth, it also quickly dries out your sweat. So, for both of your base layers, top and bottom, merino wool works the best.

Hiking Boots

Hiking boots are a must when traveling to Iceland. If you don’t have them, you have to buy them for your trip. Even though you are not going on any long hikes, you will be walking to and from some of the most magnificent sights you will ever see and you don’t want to do that feeling uncomfortable. Get some of those hiking boots on great deals to save you some pennies. But remember, the hiking boots are a must. 

Wool Socks

The wool socks will keep you warm under your hiking boots, and are definitely a must when in Iceland. There is nothing worse than having cold feet when exploring. 

Warm Beanie

The same reason as the wool socks, you don’t want to have cold ears when exploring Iceland. 

Gloves

Make sure you pack the required number of warm gloves for your trip to Iceland. Bring at least one thick mittens and I also recommend that you bring some lighter gloves. 

Warm Scarf or Buff

A warm scarf will be a perfect add on to the suitcase to keep you well and warm. You can also carry a buff instead of the scarf. 

Men

Windproof Outer Shell

The weather is a significant factor in deciding what to wear in Icelandic winters. The weather in Iceland is unpredictable although winter can be quite rough. Therefore, it is important to pack aptly. As stated earlier, Iceland’s winter can last from November through March. Usually the temperature sticks around the zero-degree mark 0°C (31°F) between December and March, the chilly wind can make it even colder. Winter in Iceland also sees an abundance of snowstorms and freezing rain that is important to consider while packing for your trip.

Waterproof Down Jacket

It rains a lot in Iceland, bring a waterproof jacket to make sure that you wont be wet and cold on your trip to Iceland. That would only mean that you don’t have as much time and energy to explore all the beautiful sights. Get a waterproof down jacket that will also keep you warm on the cold rainy days. 

Waterproof Pants

The same reason as above, it rains a lot in Iceland. So make sure that you bring waterproof pants to keep you warm and dry. 

Fleece Sweater

Wear a fleece sweater under your outerwear to keep you warm. In Iceland it is all about the layers, so if the sun starts shining, you can just take off your jacket and wear the fleece sweater. 

Comfortable Pants / Hiking Pants

Good and comfortable pants are great to wear under your waterproof pants. Most of the time you will only be wearing these pants because it is not always raining in Iceland. Choose pants that you feel comfortable in, are able to hike / walk in and that you can also use when going to restaurants or strolling around the city. 

Thermal Tops & Thermal Pants

The thermals are a must to keep you warm in Iceland. Merino wool is the best option in terms of both comfort and warmth, it also quickly dries out your sweat. So, for both of your base layers, top and bottom, merino wool works the best.

Hiking Boots

Hiking boots are a must when traveling to Iceland. If you don’t have them, you have to buy them for your trip. Even though you are not going on any long hikes, you will be walking to and from some of the most magnificent sights you will ever see and you don’t want to do that feeling uncomfortable. Get some of those hiking boots on great deals to save you some pennies. But remember, the hiking boots are a must. 

Wool Socks

The wool socks will keep you warm under your hiking boots, and are definitely a must when in Iceland. There is nothing worse than having cold feet when exploring. 

Warm Beanie

The same reason as the wool socks, you don’t want to have cold ears when exploring Iceland. 

Gloves

Make sure you pack the required number of warm gloves for your trip to Iceland. Bring at least one thick mittens and I also recommend that you bring some lighter gloves. 

Warm Scarf or Buff

A warm scarf will be a perfect add on to the suitcase to keep you well and warm. You can also carry a buff instead of the scarf. 

Accessories

Water Bootle

Bring a water bottle to be able to skip buying water from the stores. The tap water in Iceland is one of the best waters in the world. It is considered to be better and healthier than the water that you buy from the store. So we definitely recommend that you bring a water bottle to stay hydrated and save some pennies. 

You can find some water bottles that we recommend for your trip to Iceland here below. And remember that they all have Black Friday Discounts. Click on the images to know more about the products and see the discount. 

Backpacks

When in Iceland, you will most likely be traveling throughout the days to explore some of the magical places the country has to offer. Like mentioned before, the weather in Iceland can be very unpredictable so it is important that you bring some extra clothes with you during the day so you will be able to layer up or down depending on the weather. This is when a backpack comes in great use. Pack your backpack for the day with extra clothes, snacks, your water battle, camera and much more. 

You can find backpacks that we recommend for your trip to Iceland here below. All backpacks are on Black Friday Discounts. Click on the images to know more about the products and see the discount. 

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