Deal of the Week: Up to 65% Off Climbing Apparel

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Despite the pandemic, we all need to wear clothes at one point or another. This is especially true when out climbing, what with our sport's abrasive and pointy rocks and crowded crags where bystanders may not appreciate you rolling up for a few laps sans pants. Luckily, right now Backcountry.com is offering huge sales on climbing apparel. All of the below items are at least 45-percent off with some as much as 65-percent off.

Note: Sales vary by color. Check out all of the options to find the best discount.

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Mountain Hardwear Railay Ankle Pant, Women's

$30.98 (64% off, was $84.95)

LTAR

Do your ankles run hot? Or do you just prefer to keep the bottom of your pants out of the way while you climb? These quick-drying nylon pants were designed with climbing in mind. They're made to be worn under a harness and include zipper pockets so you don't drop your phone off El Cap, and one reviewer praised them for being durable and stretchy.

View the Railay Ankle Pant at Backcountry.com

Stoic Alpine Performance Long-Sleeve T-Shirt, Men's

$17.48 (65% off, was $49.95)

BKA

This polyester t-shirt was created for both scurrying over talus fields and navigating chilly morning runs around the local park, with comfortable, moisture-wicking fabric. Best of all, it's only $17 right now. That's pretty hard to beat.

View the Alpine Performance Long-Sleeve T-Shirt on Backcountry.com

Backcountry Liquid Oxygen Hooded Pullover, Women's

$40.48 (55% off, was $89.95)

BLA

This technical hoodie is designed for sunny days at the crag. It's durable, lightweight, and stretchy, ideal for milder days. Bonus: Keep your hands warm between burns in the ample kangaroo pocket—or use it to store snacks.

View the Liquid Oxygen Hooded Pullover on Backcountry.com

Backcountry Mantle Climbing Pant, Men’s

$51.73 (55% off, was $114.95)

ORIBLU

These stretchy cordura pants are built tough for the pointiest and most uncomfortable offwidths, where a pair of everyday sensible slacks would likely tear on a crystal or burst at the seems. Built-in belt closure, ankle drawcords, and a zipper pocket round out the climber-friendly features.

View the Mantle Climbing Pant on Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear Kor Preshell Hooded Jacket, Women's

$51.98 (60% off, was $129.95)

TRA

The Kor Preshell Hooded Jacket is an ultralight piece designed for cool spring days. And we mean light. It comes in at a scant 4 oz. Yet it's still plenty capable at repelling wind and light rain without trapping too much heat. Plus, it backs down small into it's own pocket so you can store it out of the way easily when the conditions get too good.

View the Kor Preshell Hooded Jacket on Backcountry.com

Backcountry Grid Fleece Crew, Men's

$44.98 (50% off, was $89.95)

DEELIC

I'm gonna be real with you: grid fleece is the best kind of fleece for climbing. That's my opinion, and my opinion is that it's a fact. The grid pattern wicks and vents moisture well while still retaining heat. This grid fleece is made of polyester and spandex, making for a comfortable stretchy piece. Bonus: The fabric includes odor protection to keep it smelling fresh.

View the Grid Fleece Crew on Backcountry.com

Black Diamond Six Shooter Tank Top, Women's

$35.72 (45% off, was $64.95)

INKBL

Named for the iconic desert tower, this tank top is built to handle scrappy outdoor routes and gym sessions alike. Stretchy fabric and an athletic racerback mean this piece will never restrict your movement, and a built-in bra provides support where you need it.

View the Six Shooter Tank Top on Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear Kor Strata Climb Hooded Jacket, Men's

$89.98 (60% off, was $224.95)

DARSTO2

This climbing-specific jacket is meant for the colder ends of the shoulder season. It's got Pertex Quantam Air nylon ripstop fabric so you can accidentally grind your shoulder blade across abrasive stone without tearing it to shreds. It's got primaloft gold insulation to keep you warm while still packing down small. It's got a low-profile hood so you can wear a helmet over it.

View the Kor Strata Climb Hooded Jacket on Backcountry.com