For getting your gear to the crag or boulders, tagging the alpine summit, or pack-muling loads into the deep mountain wilderness, Backcountry.com is offering sweet deals on climbing backpacks, with up to 55% off.
Note: Many of these sales vary by color. If you're not seeing the discount, try selecting a different color.
CAMP USA Rox Pack with Rocky Rope Tarp
$83.96 (30% off, was $119.95)
This crag-bag from CAMP USA was designed specifically for carrying your climbing gear to the sport crags or boulders. The 40L pack is the perfect size for a rope, shoes, draws, harness, and other assorted goodies, while the padded back panel and ventilated shoulder straps help alleviate the stress of the load on the approach. It has external mesh pockets and a daisy chain for extra gear, and even an included rope tarp.
DAKINE Canyon 24L Backpack
$45 (55% off, was $100)
The DAKINE Canyon is the perfect crossover bag that you can take from the crag to the coffee shop to the office. It has a hydration reservoir and a breathable back panel for when you’re venturing out on the trail, and is just the right size for shoes, harness, and other climbing essentials, while its stylish aesthetic seamlessly transitions to town. It’s also just the right size to slip under an airplane seat, making it an ideal bag for travel.
Rocky Mountain Underground Core Pack 15 Daypack
$119.96 (20% off, was $149.95)
This versatile daypack is designed for all sorts of mountain travel, from scrambling alpine ridgelines to mountain biking and beyond. It’s dual chest straps and waist strap keep it secure while in motion, and the 15L size is just enough for water, snacks, extra layers and your climbing shoes. The compact size is comfortable when climbing, so you and your partner can swap leads and swap the pack on multi-pitch routes.
Mountain Hardwear Multi-Pitch 30L Daypack
$101.96 (15% off, was $119.95)
This Mountain Hardwear pack is built specifically for climbers on alpine missions—large enough to house all of your gear and necessities for a long day in the mountains, while it’s streamlined construction allows unrestricted movement while climbing. It also doubles as a haul bag, with dual haul points, tuck away shoulder straps, and durable material that won’t get thrashed over abrasive stone.
Kelty Coyote 80L Backpack
$169.96 (15% off, was $199.95)
For hauling your gear deep into the backcountry and setting up a basecamp to take down alpine peaks during extended excursions, you’ll need something big and burly that can comfortably haul a load. The Coyote 80L Backpack is large enough to house all of your climbing and camping gear, while its adjustable suspension system and breathable back panel helps you bear the weight of the load while slogging mile after mile into the mountains.
Mammut Neon Smart 35L Backpack
$97.96 (30% off, was 139.95)
The Neon Smart is perhaps one of the smarter crag-bags on the market. It has a wraparound zipper that fully unzips the pack and folds out for easy gear access, thoughtful pockets for harness and shoes and other essentials, a built-in rope tarp, and a zip-out carpet for wiping your feet before you climb—this pack is the cragster’s organizational dream. Furthermore, the durable nylon outer will ensure longevity of the bag.
Topo Designs Klettersack 25L Backpack
$113.40 (40% off, was $189)
Yet another trail-to-town pack, the Klettersack is a durable 1000D cordura fabric, with an internal sleeve that can hold a hydration bladder or a laptop. It’s 25L capacity is just the right size for day hikes or trips out to the boulders, while its stylish design will ensure that you will be the hippest hipster at the cafe.
Deuter Guide Lite 32L Backpack
$90 (40% off, was $150)
The Deuter Guide Lite is an ideal pack for moving fast and light in the mountains. Weighing in at just over two pounds to lighten your load, while the U-frame still offers excellent support. It has a wet pocket to separate soggy gear after the obligatory alpine thunderstorms, and a breathable foam back to keep you cool on those days that the sun is blistering down.