While it certainly can be good style to climb in your tattered, old thrift store jorts, at some point you’ll appreciate modern climbing apparel—often when you’re high on a multipitch route and the weather comes in. Whether you need baggy joggers for the bouldering gym or a tough shell for alpine faces, Backcountry.com has you covered. Note: Some sales are only available in certain colors—if you don’t see the listed deal, try other colors.
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Black Diamond Approach Down Hoodie
$194.32 (35% off, was $298.95)
The Approach is a great jacket for chilly days in the alpine or at the crag, insulated with lofty 800-fill down and packing down into its own pocket to save space in your backpack. It has a GTT DWR treatment for water resistance, meaning it retains its warmth even if it gets a bit wet. With a weight of just 9.7oz, you can bring it with you on all of your climbing days.
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Mammut Convey IN Hooded Down Jacket
$174.30 (30% off, was $249)
The Convey from Mammut is another great insulated jacket option It’s a little on the burlier side, weighing just over a pound, with a Pertex Quantum shell that is durable, windproof, and water-resistant. It still packs down into its pocket and is easy to carry on alpine adventures.
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Smartwool Merino 250 Bottoms
$70 (30% off, was $100)
No climber’s wardrobe is complete without a merino baselayer. Merino, just like traditional wool, maintains its warmth even when it’s sopping wet, but is warmer, softer, and stretchier than traditional wool, making it the perfect baselayer material for climbers. The 250 Bottoms from Smartwool offer a slim fit for easy layering and anti-odor technology.
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Mountain Hardwear Chockstone Pull-On Pant
$66.46 (30%, was $94.95)
The Chockstones are made from a stretchy softshell fabric that allows for unencumbered movement both on the trail and on the wall. They offer light weather protection, keeping you warm on chillier days and fending off the wind. It also has two zippered pockets to make sure your phone doesn’t slip out and take the fall from five pitches up.
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La Sportiva Dude Tank Top
$24.50 (30% off, was $35)
Dude. DUDE. For hot climbing days when you’re trying to stay cool, or sessions at the bouldering gym when you need to brandish your rippling biceps, the Dude Tank Top is the way to go. It is stylish—sleek, yet just loud enough—and has a loose, airy fit. It is also constructed of eco-friendly 100% organic cotton.
Backcountry Ridgeline Short-Sleeve Tech Tee
$33.71 (25% off, was $44.95)
The Ridgeline is constructed from recycled polyester and spandex, making this a performance shirt designed for high output activities, be it running in town, lifting at the gym, or working out the sequence of your sport project. It is stretchy to not inhibit motion and breathable to ensure you stay cool no matter what you’re doing.
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Backcountry Double Dyno Climb Jogger
$67.46 (25% off, was $89.95)
The Double Dynos are a jogger pant designed specifically for climbers. They are made with a hybrid of synthetic fabric and spandex for stretch and breathability, and the jogger cuffs keep the pant legs clear of your shoes and footwork. There are also three harness compatible pockets, and there is no way you could possibly biff a double dyno while wearing the Double Dynos.
Norrona Falketind GORE-TEX Jacket
$351.75 (25% off, was $469)
This jacket is a lightweight yet super durable shell. Weighing in at just over a pound, it is easy to stuff into your backpack on alpine days and throw it on when the weather starts to take a turn for the worse. It has GORE-TEX with taped seams, making it waterproof and highly resistant to the elements, and is tough enough that it won’t get shredded when you climb with it.
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