Deal of the Week: 10 Last-Minute Gifts for the Climbing Dad in Your Life

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In case you forgot amid the mayhem of 2020, this sunday is Father's Day. There's still time to grab a great last-minute gift for those guys in your life who double up their time as parents and climbers. Whether they are a beefcake boulderer, a grizzled mountaineer, or a quintessential trad-dad, these deals are sure to make them happy without breaking your bank. 

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Black Diamond BD USA Tank Top

$16 (45% off, was $29)

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Let dad show off how strong he is with in this stylish tank top. The old school styled shirt highlights Black Diamond's roots with the Chouinard Equipment logo. Available in two colors, this soft cotton tank is a great addition to a climber's wardrobe.

View the BD USA Tank Top on Backcountry.com

Wild Country Astro Quickdraw

$16 (20% off, was $20)

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There are certain things on a climbers rack that one can never have to many of, including quickdraws. Get dad as many of these draws as he needs (or more than he needs) and watch the smile on his face grow as he listens to the sound of the fresh wire-gate snap shut.

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The North Face Apex Canyonwall Vest

$43.97 (45% off, was $79.95)

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Dad's like vests, right? This is something we're fairly confident of. If your dad is a vest dad, he'll extra-love this techy piece, with a cozy fleece interior, wind protection, and plentiful pockets for all of his dad-needs.

View the Apex Canyonwall Vest on Backcountry.com

KUHL Ramblr 10" Short

$45 (30% off, was $65)

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A pair of comfortable, versatile, and stylist shorts are sure to make any dad happy, and these check the box for all three categories. Available in four different earthy tones, you can also cater them to the individual style of the special dad in your life.

View the Ramblr 10" Short on Backcountry.com

Outdoor Research Wadi Rum Pant

$74 (25% off, was $99)

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Sometimes it can be hard to find the balance between comfort and protection, but these pants do a good job of striking that cord. Built to be breathable in hot, dry conditions, they're  also UPF50+ to stop harmful UV rays, and abrasion resistant to protect legs.

View the Wadi Rum Pant on Backcountry.com

Smartwool Merino 250 Baselayer Crew

$75 (25% off, was $100)

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Known for their socks, Smartwool also makes top and bottom layers that are just as comfortable and cozy. This top will make the perfect fireside and early morning layer for dad on cool camp nights during the spring, summer, and fall.

View the Merino 250 Baselayer Crew on Backcountry.com

Fjallraven High Coast Lite Full-Zip Hoodie

$90 (25% off, was $120)

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Give a classic gift with this comfortable hoody that is sure to become a staple of dad's wardrobe. Along with a fitted yet unrestrictive shape, this hoody has two zipper pockets.

View the High Coast Lite Full-Zip Hoodie on Backcountry.com

Backcountry x Black Diamond Stone Garden Crag Backpack

$104 (20% off, was $130)

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Wrangling kids is hard enough, so simplify dad's life by eliminating the need to wrangle gear as well. This 30L pack provides ample room for the gear needed for a day of cragging and a side zipper makes it easy to access it all.

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Arc'teryx FL-365 Harness

$109 (25% off, was $145)

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This harness is perfect for the dad who likes to epic deep into the mountains. With four gear loops, a haul loop, and ice clipper loops, it is versatile in any season, while the comfortable padding is complimented with lightweight tech. 

View the FL-365 Harness on Backcountry.com

Scarpa Zen Pro Approach Shoe

$134 (25% off, was $179)

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Dad's are often required to carry not only their own gear but their kid's gear as well, so a comfortable and sturdy approach shoes are a must. These shoes will stand up to extended use and abuse and are quite nice looking to boot.

View the Zen Pro Approach Shoe on Backcountry.com