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With the blistering days of summer behind us, climbers everywhere are getting stoked for their autumn trips. Whether you’re headed to the Creek or the Red or anywhere in between, Backcountry.com has great discounts on the gear you need, from cams to shoes to tents and more.
As usual, we receive a portion of the sales—the listed items have not been tested by the editors.
Black Diamond Camalot C4 Package Hand and Fist Size #1-3
$188.08 (14% off, was $219.85)
The C4 Camalot is among the most trusted and ubiquitous cams in the climbing community, and for good reason. Their double axle allows for a wide placement range and the large thumb loop makes it comfortable to place and easy to aid with. What’s more, this iteration of the C4 is 10% lighter than its predecessor, without sacrificing any strength or functionality. The Hand and Fist package comes with a #1, #2, and #3.
Edelrid Ace Ambassador Harness
$64.98 (50% off, was $129.95)
The Ace Ambassador Harness is a limited edition piece worn by Edelrid’s sponsored climbers. It has 3D-Vent technology that offers excellent pressure distribution and breathability, making this harness comfortable for both whips and long belays while your partner hangdogs up their project.
CAMP USA Re-Chalk
$4.46 (25% off, was $5.95)
Even though the heat of summer is mostly gone, things still might get pretty spicy up on your project. The Re-Chalk is a refillable chalk ball to help you keep your hands dry up there. Chalk balls help to conserve chalk, as opposed to dipping your hand into a bag of loose powder, and they also make it less likely to dump out large quantities of chalk as your bag flops around while climbing.
Check out the Re-Chalk at Backcountry.com
Red Chili Voltage LV Climbing Shoe
$87.97 (45% off, was $159.95)
The Voltage LV is a climbing shoe that blends high performance with comfort. The aggressive downturn excels on steep terrain, while the sock-like upper hugs your foot and does away with hot spots. Additionally, the low-density Vibram XS Grip outsole performs well on smears and sticks to micro-holds.
Check out the Voltage LV Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com
Big Agnes Blacktail 3 Tent
$175.47 (35% off, was $269.95)
This is a 3-person, 3-season tent from Big Agnes, and a wonderful dwelling for your weekend warrior climbing trips this autumn. It snugly sleeps three or spaciously sleeps two, is super easy to set up, and weighs under six pounds. The rainfly provides two vestibules for storing gear overnight, and the double doors allow you to sneak in and out without trampling your tentmate.
Check out the Blacktail 3 Tent at Backcountry.com
Stoic Groundwork Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic
$59.46 (30% off, was $84.95)
This synthetic fill sleeping bag from Stoic is sure to keep you cozy warm during those chilly October nights. The synthetic fill retains its warmth when wet, and the water-repellent treatment wicks away moisture and acts as a barrier to dirt. It has a mummy shape to hold in the heat, and the soft inner fabric offers next-to-skin comfort.
ALPS Mountaineering Ultra-Light Air Pad
$36 (60% off, was $89.99)
Weighing in at just 2lb 2oz, this is an ultralight sleeping pad fit for long excursions in the backcountry, while still being comfortable enough for car camping. The ripstop outer material is rugged and durable, and the open-cell foam inner provides support and comfort while sleeping.
Hydro Flask 12oz Wide Mouth Flex Sip Coffee Mug
$22.46 (25% off, was $29.95)
Among the most important steps in a day of sending is a hot cup of joe in the morning. This Hydro Flask mug is made of stainless steel that is both durable and lightweight, and the double walled insulation keeps drinks hot or cold for hours. It also has a powder coated finish for grip and a colorful aesthetic.
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