Thursday Steals: Gear, Apparel and Shoes, Up To 55% Off

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Mammut Gear On Sale

Mammut Ophir Chalk Bag, 25% off — $16.46 $21.95

“Instead of having a bulky belt for a chalk bag, the Mammut Ophir Chalk Bag attaches to Mammut’s Ophir harness so you can trim down your waist a bit and have a cleaner, better organized harness. If you don’t have an Ophir harness (yet), then this bag works just as well as most chalk bags with an included large waist belt that slides through two suspension points for a secure fit. Mammut made it out of Nylon Dragon for extreme durability and resistance to abrasion, and the thick fleece lining is sure to give you all the chalk you need for a dry, secure grip on holds. The drawcord closure keeps it tightly closed so chalk doesn’t snow down on your belayer. A handy brush holder makes it easy for you to clean up any over-chalked hold, and the pocket stores your tape so you don’t have to finish the rest of multi-pitches with torn-up fingers for lack of protection.” — Backcountry

 

Mammut Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope – 10.0mm, 25% off —$172.46 $229.95

“Mammut’s Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope is a great choice for beginner to intermediate climbers in gyms or at sport crags. With a 10mm diameter, the Galaxy helps you perfect your belaying habits without hindering your lead climbing performance. It also features Mammut’s Protect Coated Sheath treatment for added abrasion-resistance and a longer lifespan under heavier use.” — BC

 

Mammut Ophir Harness, 25% off — $41.21 $54.95

“You have big plans for big mountains in the far future, but you have to learn how to actually climb before you start bagging peaks, so grab Mammut’s Ophir Harness and climbing shoes before you head to the gym for your first climbing class. Mammut’s revolutionary two-part webbing technology adds comfortable support without increasing weight or decreasing strength. Mammut fixed a secure Slide Bloc buckle at the waist for an easy fit, and the patented tie-in protector keeps the tie-in loops in great shape.” — BC

 

Scarpa Shoes On Sale

Scarpa Vapor Climbing Shoe – Men’s 50% off — $82.48 $174.95

“The Scarpa Vapor Climbing Shoe combines aggressive performance with smooth comfort for boulderers and sport climbers. Its suede and microfiber upper uses minimal stitching to eliminate hot spots, and the padded tongue enhances comfort on long climbs. Scarpa’s Bi-Tension randing keeps the Vapor at a moderate downturn, and the Flexan midsole helps the shoe stay stiff for life. Vibram’s XS Edge rubber gives this shoe a good grip on granite edges, slippery limestone, and soft sandstone alike.” — BC


 

Scarpa Origin Climbing Shoe, 45% off — $52.22 $94.95

“Before you become a professional crusher of rocks, you have to learn the tricks of the trade in the Scarpa Men’s Origin Climbing Shoe. Its flat profile and relaxed randing ensure the comfort required to learn how to step on small footholds, and the suede leather upper feels as soft and smooth as a brand-new plastic hold at the climbing gym. Scarpa’s Vision rubber sole is proprietary compound that is both sticky and durable in all conditions, so feel free to learn how to climb crack, crimps, plastic, or all the above.” — BC

 

Scarpa Booster S Climbing Shoe, 40% off — $113.97 $189.95

“Scarpa made the Men’s Booster S Climbing Shoe for anything overhung at the local gym, sport crag, or boulder field. It has the same aggressive downturn and sharp asymmetry as Scarpa’s Boostic Climbing Shoe, except Vibram’s XS Grip rubber gives this shoe as softer feel for more sensitivity and friction. It features a unique Tri-Tension randing system that prolongs the shoe’s downturn and pushes all the power directly to the toe for a technical performance. Expect the microsuede upper to stretch a half size to full size for a customized feel.” — BC

 

La Sportiva Shoes On Sale

La Sportiva Genius Climbing Shoe, 20% off — $156.00 $195.00

“La Sportiva calls the Genius Climbing Shoe its highest performing shoe for boulderers, sport climbers, and overhanging aficionados. The Genius gains its high performance through a No-Edge technology rubber overlay over the toe, which grips on edges and make-believe footholds like they were ledges. This remarkable technology lets you place your feet quicker and more efficiently, without having to readjust because No-Edge feels that good on the first step. The Genius also features La Sportiva’s mind-bending P3 technology that made the Solution one of the most popular shoes today. P3 uses a Permanent Power Platform to maintain the Genius’ aggressive downturn for life. Like the Testarossa, the Genius’ heel is surprisingly soft, stretchy, and sensitive for a proper fit as well as solid heel-hooking.” — BC

 

La Sportiva Otaki Climbing Shoe – Women’s, 57% off — $76.88 $180.00

“For the cold, foreboding peaks of the world’s great ranges, La Sportiva created the sturdy, durable Men’s Baruntse Mountaineering Boot. With a PU-coated, two-layer insulating outer boot and a removable, thermo-moldable EVA inner boot, the Baruntse holds in warmth and blocks out snow and weather on high-altitude summit ridges and icy headwalls. A thermo-reflective aluminum layer in the shell helps conserve heat, and abrasion-resistant Cordura reinforcements on both the shell and inner boot hold up to rocky approaches and jagged alpine terrain.” — BC

 

La Sportiva Kataki Climbing Shoe – Women’s, 55% off — $78.75 $175.00

La Sportiva Kataki Climbing Shoe – Men’s, 50% off — $87.50 $175.00

“The Katana is undoubtedly one of La Sportiva’s many classic shoes due to its combination of all-day comfort and technical prowess, and the Otaki’s aggressive attitude tackles some of the toughest climbs out there. But where do you turn when you need a comfier shoe to climb long, tough routes like the last few pitches on Moonlight Buttress or basically every sport climb in Greece and Spain? The Kataki Climbing Shoe balances the Katana’s comfort with the Otaki’s aggression so you can jam into tight cracks, project overhangs, and spend a day at the boulder fields without ever taking the shoe off. It features La Sportiva’s tried-and-true P3 construction for long-lasting aggression, and the new S-Heel optimizes the fit so you can heel hook everything. The Vibram XS Grip2 sole has a stiffer feel than the Otaki, and it lasts a lot longer for climbers on a budget―which is basically every dedicated climber out there.” — BC

La Sportiva Tarantulace Climbing Shoe, up to 30% off — $56.00 $85.00

“The La Sportiva Tarantulace Climbing Shoes use an unlined leather upper to mold to your feet so you can climb longer and suffer less. Of course, all the comfort in the world doesn’t mean much without performance, so La Sportiva gave this shoe a super sticky FriXion rubber sole.” — BC

 

The North Face Apparel On Sale

The North Face Mountain Sweatshirt 3.0 Pullover Anorak – Women’s, 50% off — $64.48 $128.95

“The Mountain Sweatshirt boasts a classic style and forward-thinking design that will have you reaching for it as a layer or outer jacket day after day. The stretch materials combine with a knit lining to boosts freedom of movement and next to skin comfort.”— BC

 

The North Face Granite Face Pant – Men’s, 40% off —$44.97 $74.95

“Climbing pant provides durability and breathability on the rocks. Stretchy cotton blend and articulation promote freedom of movement. Adjustments at waist and leg openings ensure a secure fit. Zippered thigh pocket secures phones and topos” — BC

 

The North Face Wasatch Reissue 35L Daypack, 25% off — $96.71 $128.95

“Haul gear in old-school style with a classic mountaineering pack. 35 liter volume holds everything from books to gear wherever you go. Built in laptop sleeve hauls a computer on the commute to work”— BC

 

Camp Gear On Sale

CAMP USA Photon Mixed Express KS Quickdraw – 6-Pack, 15% off — $110.46 $129.95

“Camp USA added another draw to the Photon Mixed Express KS Quickdraw 6-Pack, but it isn’t the only update for this climbing season. The Photon straight gate carabiner has a slimmer SphereLock keylock nose to make bolt clipping and cleaning easy, and the Photon wire has a bent gate for better rope-clipping ergonomics. Camp USA equipped the durable dogbone with a Karstop Evo retainer that stabilizes the Photon wire gate when you’re clipping.” — BC

 

CAMP USA Core Belay Locking Carbiner, 15% off — $15.26 $17.95

“Locking carabiner optimized for smoother belays and rappels. Inner gate prevents cross-loading. Redesigned screw lock feels lighter and easier to handle. Laser-etched marking indicates whether the gate is locked or not. SphereLock keylock nose eliminates snagging on belay devices and ropes.” — BC

 

CAMP USA Rock Star Helmet, 15% off — $42.46 $49.95

“The CAMP Rock Star Helmet uses a simple, traditional design to provide a bomber brain bucket for climbers who don’t like overly complicated tools. CAMP added a highly adjustable suspension system to let this helmet fit a wide range of head sizes with or without a beanie.” — BC

 

CAMP USA Rox Pack w/ Rocky Rope Tarp, 15% off — $101.96 $119.95

“Carry your sport climbing gear or bouldering essentials in the Camp USA Rox Pack w/ Rocky Rope Tarp. Camp USA built this burly backpack out of UltraPack HD 156 fabric for excellent durable, abrasion-resistance, and longevity. The padded back panel and ventilated shoulder straps help keep you prime for the climb, and the main compartment can store one 70-meter rope, two pairs of shoes, a harness, a rack of draws, and assorted goodies. Camp added two external mesh pockets for your shoes if they’re too smelly, and daisy chains can attach even more gear if you’re climbing mixed routes. The pack’s design helps it fit in crash pads easily, and the included Rocky Rope Tarp features a pocket for the rope and a color-coded tab at each corner to prevent knots and tangles.” — BC

 

 

 

 

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