Deal of the Week: Discounted Packs for Cragging, Summit Pushes, and Getting Remote

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Whether you’re looking for a small summit pack for smash and grab missions, or a multi-day backpacking bag for getting off the grid, has you covered with discounts up to 50% off 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. 

Patagonia Linked Pack 28L Backpack

$79.12 (39% off, $129)

The Linked Pack is the perfect cross between haul bag and summit pack. It’s 28 liters are quite a bit larger than your standard summit pack, allowing you to pack some extra amenities—more layers, more gear, more water—while still being compact enough to climb with. It’s durable outer fabric stands up to the elements as well as jagged rock faces, and the reinforced handles can be used as haul loops.

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Outdoor Research Payload 18L Backpack

$37.48 (50% off, was $74.95)

The Payload is a lightweight and durable pack, designed for day hikes and climbs—a compact summit bag that still packs a punch. The 18 liter compartment fits approach shoes, layers, snacks, and water, while the exterior helmet and rope hold strap offers smart and efficient packing for long approaches.

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Mystery Ranch Scepter 50L Backpack

$161.82 (35% off, was $284.95)

This pack is made for ice climbing and mountaineering missions. It has multiple tool attachments for your axes or trekking poles, a daisy chain for lashing extra gear to the exterior of the bag, and a top lid that allows you to secure a helmet and rope. The telescoping yoke makes for the perfect fit so that there are no hot spots on the long approach. Also available in a 35L size.

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Backcountry Antigua 80L Roller Bag

$167.97 (40% off, was $279.95)

If you’re heading out on international climbing trips and need some burly luggage to transport your gear, check out the Antigua Roller Bag. It’s 80 liters of storage are outfitted with mesh dividers and pockets for organization. The extendable handle and wheels allow for easy airport travel, and the tarpaulin outer fabric is durable and sure to stand up to any baggage claim. Also available in a 40L size.

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Deuter Aircontact PRO SL 65+15L Backpack

$210 (40% off, was $350)

For overnight trips into the backcountry, the Aircontact is an excellent option to get your climbing and bivy gear in and out. When the bag is extended, a full 80 liters of packing space is at your disposal. It’s multiple mesh and zippered pockets allows for organization of all your personals, and it features a detachable daypack for single day missions.

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Mystery Ranch Market Backpack

$44.82 (35% off, was $68.95)

The Market Backpack is not a climbing specific pack, but it is a stylish and functional pack for around town usage. It’s durable outer fabric handles daily wear and tear, while the interior pocket and water bottle sleeve help keep things organized. Not to mention it’s svelte aesthetic.

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 25L Backpack

$111.99 (20% off, was $139.99)

The Scrambler is a technical daypack built for both day cragging and multi-pitch routes alike. It’s size fits shoes, harness, and gear, and with your rope lashed under the lid you’ve got everything you need for a day of climbing. The outer material is water and abrasion resistant, and the tote handle can be used as a haul loop.

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CAMP USA Rox Pack W/ Rocky Rope Tarp

$71.97 (40% off, was $119.95)

The Rox Pack is the ultimate crag bag. It’s duffle opening system allows easy access for all your climbing gear, while the internal organization pockets keep everything in place. It has a padded back panel for comfort on the approach, and even comes with a built-in rope tarp.

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