Now that winter is officially gone it’s time to plan your summer around those beloved weekend warrior trips to The Red, The Gunks, Smith, and Sinks. Backcountry.com has deals up to 30 percent off on everything you need to outfit your rig and settle into your home away from home after a day of sending.
ALPS Mountaineering Regular Dining Table
$74.96 (25% off, was $99.95)
Get your campstove and dinner out of the dirt and sit down for supper at a table like a dignified human. The Regular Dining Table collapses down into a sleeve so it’s super easy to pack, and is always a treat to be able to cook, organize gear, or play cards at a table after a day of climbing.
Stoic Fireside Side Table Camp Chair
$55.97 (30% off, was $79.95)
For sitting around your camp table or slowly dozing off next to the fire, the Stoic Fireside is everything you’d need in a collapsible chair. It’s sturdy steel frame ensures long lasting durability, and it’s attached folding side table is super convenient for holding a beverage and guidebook as you mull over tomorrow’s plans with your partners.
Goal Zero 100 Briefcase Solar Panel
$339.96 (20% off, was $424.95)
For charging your phone, camera, and spare battery packs without running your car battery dry, you’ll want a solar powered system at camp. The 100 Briefcase Solar Panel plus 10A Charge Controller has a 100 watt output for keeping things up and running during your weekend trip. It has a rigid design that is well suited for both temporary and permanent installation.
Sea to Summit X Set 31 5-Piece
$82.46 (25% off, was $109.95)
The Sea to Summit X Set 31 is one of the best designed mess kits on the market. The pot, two bowls, and two mugs are constructed of BPA-free, heat-resistant silicon that all collapse into one another, making this a great item not just for car camping but for backcountry use as well. The big plus to this mess kit, however, is that the pot has an aluminum base, so you can actually set it on a stove and cook with it.
Mountainsmith Redcloud Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic
$90.96 (30% off, was $129.95)
A 20-degree bag is the ideal temperature rating for three-season comfort—not too hot for summer nights, but will surely keep you warm for those late-autumn climbing trips. The synthetic fill is a bit heavier than down, but holds its loft well and maintains warmth when wet. The Redcloud has a contoured shape and hood to keep heat close to your body for those chilly nights.
ALPS Mountaineering Phenom 3 Tent 3-Person 3-Season
$223.96 (20% off, was $279.95)
The Phenom 3 is a spacious shelter that allows you and your compadres to stretch out after a day of climbing. The mesh walls allow for maximum ventilation in hot and humid climates, while the taped seams and sealed rainfly keep the weather out. It has two doors for easy in-and-out and two vestibules for extra gear storage.
Kelty Kush Air Bed
$74.96 (25% off, was $99.95)
This thing is literally named after how comfortable it is: the Kush. This is a queen sized inflatable camp bed for ultimate luxury and coziness, making sure you get the best night of sleep possible before a hard day of climbing the following morning. It is constructed of abrasion and puncture resistant fabric and comes with an electric air pump.
Stanley All-In-One Brew and Boil French Press
$18.71 (25% off, was $24.95)
Every climber knows that the key to sending is being well caffeinated. The All-In-One Brew and Boil is exactly what it sounds like. It’s constructed of stainless steel, so you can use the pot for boiling water (or any of your other cooking needs), and it has a fitted press for making your coffee in the morning.