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Deal of the Week: Camping Gear

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There is still time for a few more weekend climbing trips before things get too cold for the rock jocks. Backcountry.com is here to make sure that your camp set up is as cozy as home with great deals on everything you need from tents to folding chairs.

As usual, we receive a portion of the sales—the listed items have not been tested by the editors.

ALPS Mountaineering Koda 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

$127.96 (20% off, was $159.95)

This tent features an extremely easy setup using hook-on clips from the tent to the poles, half mesh walls for ventilation during summer months, and a protective rainfly for spring and autumn weather. Double doors make it easy to sneak in and out during the night, and the dual vestibules allow you to store your gear overnight.

Buy the Koda 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season at Backcountry.com

Kelty Tru.Comfort Camp Bed Single

$101.96 (15% off, was $119.95)

The Tru.Comfort is a wildly comfortable and extremely warm sleeping pad designed for car camping. The outer material is coated with a TPU finish for durability, while synthetic insulation holds in heat. The stuff sack also doubles as a battery-free pump, so you don’t have to get winded while trying to inflate your sleeping pad every night.

Buy the Tru.Comfort Camp Bed Single at Backcountry.com

Big Agnes Mystic UL Sleeping Bag: 15F Down

$299.96 (25% off, was $399.95)

The Mystic Sleeping Bag is stuffed with 850-fill down and has a comfort rating down to 15°F, keeping you toasty warm in all but arctic conditions. The sleeping pad sleeve is a huge benefit, ensuring both warmth and comfort and not allowing you to roll off your pad in the middle of the night. Weighing less than 2.5 lbs, the Mystic can be used for car camping and backpacking alike. 

Buy the Mystic UL Sleeping Bag: 15F Down at Backcountry.com

ALPS Mountaineering Spirit Table

$31.96 (20% off, $39.95)

ALPS Mountaineering boasts that the “Spirit Table is a must-have to bring some versatility and luxury to your campsite.” This thing is super easy to set up and super compactable when packed down. Plus having a table at camp is great, allowing you somewhere to organize gear, play cards, and eat dinner.

Buy the Spirit Table at Backcountry.com

BioLite SolarHome 620

$119.96 (20% off, was $149.95)

The SolarHome 620 turns will liven up your campsite or van with some awesome solar powered mood lighting. The set features four lights, and the control box offers FM radio and an MP3 hookup for jamming, as well as two USB ports for charging your devices.

Buy the BioLite SolarHome 620 at Backcountry.com

Patagonia Black Hole 25L Backpack

$103.20 (20% off, was $129)

This is a super durable backpack, perfect for day missions from camp. The 25 liters are just enough to house your personal climbing gear, while the daisy chain and external mesh pockets offer extra storage. Constructed using Patagonia’s rugged Black Hole fabric, this thing is nearly indestructible. 

Buy the Black Hole 25L Backpack at Backcountry.com

ALPS Mountaineering Getaway Chair 

$35.72 (35% off, was $54.95)

This cozy folding chair from ALPS Mountaineering has a strong steel frame for lifelong sturdiness, a cup holder for that beverage of choice, and even a built-in cooler for those beverages of choice. If you’re looking to fall asleep upright next to the campfire after a day of climbing, this is the perfect place to do it.

Buy the Getaway Chair at Backcountry.com

Stoic 4-Person Enamelware Set

$34.95 (30% off, was $49.95)

This mess kit comes with four plates, four bowls, and four mugs to feed the whole crew at the end of the day. They are a durable steel coated in a food-safe enamel that makes cleanup a breeze. They compact quite nicely and are easy to store.

Buy the 4-Person Enamelware Set at Backcountry.com

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