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Deal of the Week: Packs and Bags

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Whether you need a multi-day pack for lugging all your climbing gear deep into the backcountry, a hydration pack for those long-haul training days, or anything in between, Backcountry.com has you covered with great discounts on all sorts of packs and bags.

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

Marmot Kompressor 18L Backpack

$41.21 (25% off, was $54.95)

The Kompressor makes for an excellent summit pack—its 18 liters are spacious enough for food, water, extra layers, and some gear, while still small enough to allow free range of motion while climbing. The name “Kompressor” is also quite literal here, as it packs down into its own pocket for easy storage and travel. The nylon and polyester fabrics are durable yet lightweight, with the entire pack weighing just 10.2oz.

View the Kompressor 18L Backpack at Backcountry.com

CamelBak Skyline LR 10L Backpack

$84.47 (35% off, was $129.95)

For day hikes, ridgeline scrambles, and mountain biking, the Skyline LR makes a great companion. It is low slung and has a ventilated back panel for maximum comfort, and the three-liter hydration reservoir provides plenty of water throughout the long and sweltering day. The rest of the space in the bag can be dedicated to snacks, clothes, and your personals, making sure you have everything you need for your mountain adventure.

View the Skyline LR 10L Backpack at Backcountry.com

Granite Gear Crown 2 Limited Edition 60L Backpack

$129.97 (35% off, was $199.95)

The Crown 2 is about as light as it gets for multi-day packs, weighing just 2lbs 5oz. But, if you really want to get the weight down, you can remove the lid and internal frame and the pack weighs in at just 1lb 11oz. So when you’re schlepping a heavy load of climbing gear deep into the mountains for a multi-day excursion, don’t let the weight of your backpack add to your payload.

View the Crown 2 Limited Edition 60L Backpack at Backcountry.com

Mystery Ranch Super Booty 28L Backpack

$79.16 (20% off, was $98.95)

The Super Booty is an excellent pack option as a cragger and commuter. It has a durable face fabric to withstand whatever you throw at it, and just enough space to pack up your daily essentials and be on your way. The Super Booty has an internal laptop sleeve, multiple zippered pockets, and a roll top closure so you have some leeway in terms of space in the main compartment. Not to mention that it’s a super stylish piece.

View the Super Booty 28L Backpack at Backcountry.com

Hydro Flask Medium Dry Storage

$33.71 (25% off, was $44.95)

For excursions into notoriously wet ranges like the Cascades or the Rockies, it’s beneficial to carry a small dry bag for your electronics. The Medium Dry Storage bag from HydroFlask has a coated fabric and welded seams with a ziplock closure to keep out water, dust, and sand. It even features a touchscreen window so that you don’t have to remove your device to use it.

View the Medium Dry Storage at Backcountry.com

Metolius Yosemite Chalk Bag

$11.96 (20% off, was $14.95)

The chalk bag is one of the most important bags a climber has—it is our lifeline when our balmy palms are desperately slapping and slipping off the rock. The Yosemite Chalk Bag is all function, no fuss. It’s a classic chalk bag made of a durable outer material and stiff rim that holds its shape well for easy chalking.

View the Yosemite Chalk Bag at Backcountry.com

KAVU Shapiro Rope Bag

$52.46 (30% off, was $74.95)

The Shapiro Rope Bag offers a comfortable and practical way for you to get your rope to and from the crag. It has two shoulder straps for comfy backpack carry, while the main cavity cinches with a pull cord and has a tarp for flaking out your rope. It also features smaller zippered pockets for housing your personal items.

View the Shapiro Rope Bag at Backcountry.com

Patagonia Planning Divider 30L Backpack

$59.50 (50% off, was $119)

This daypack from Patagonia makes a great crag bag—30L is just enough for your harness, shoes, chalk bag, and other personals. It also doubles as a commuter, with an internal laptop sleeve and zippered pockets for organization. Or it makes a great gym bag, with a mesh divider for your wet clothes or towel after your session. This is a multi-functional and stylish bag, and for 50% off you can’t beat the deal.

View the Planning Divider 30L Backpack at Backcountry.com