Thursday Steals: Gear, Apparel and Shoes, Up To 50% Off

 

Shoes On Sale

Black Diamond Technician Approach Shoe – Men’s, 25% off — $101.21 $134.95

“The Technician is Black Diamond’s lightest approach shoes, and it thrives on technical terrain where you aren’t too sure where the hike ends and the climb begins. Unique to all other approach shoes, the Technician features Black Diamond’s 3D Wrap Construction that uses a midfoot strap to stay snug and precise as you edge and slab you’re way to the best looking spot to flake a climbing rope. The EnduroKnit upper is surprisingly durable for how light and breathable it feels, and Black Diamond’s new rubber ensures traction on mountainous terrain.” — Backcountry

 

Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe, 15% off —$140.21 $164.95

“You could spend the rest of your life at overhung crags ticking projects off with a lot of help from the Five Ten Men’s Hiangle Climbing Shoe. The Hiangle might be the comfiest shoe in Five Ten’s aggressive lineup and is designed to keep your foot comfy as you hang-dog, suss out beta, and go for redpoints. This shoe is also the stiffest option thanks to its thick Stealth C4 rubber sole that assures long-lasting traction for gripping anything from plastic jugs to limestone edges. ” — BC

 

Evolv Cruzer Psyche Approach Shoe – Men’s, 25% off — $59.21 $78.95

“The seasons change, but your psyche for climbing stays the same, and every climbing day starts with you lacing up Evolv’s Cruzer Psyche Approach and walking up the trail. This shoe mixes a casual style with a trail-worthy grip so you can wear the Cruzer Psyche at the crag and the gym. A variation from the Cruzer Classic, the Cruzer Psyche boasts higher volume and a wider toe box to provide better balance and overall support.” — BC

 

Five Ten Access Knit Shoe – Women’s, 30% off — $90.96 $129.95

“When the angle kicks back and the moves get hard, trust the Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe to see you through to the chains. The aggressive downturn and sensitive midsole allow you to toe-in on edges and solution pockets while the innovative Bi-Tension system provides maximum power in the big toe without excess pain. Scarpa built the sole with Vibram’s XS Edge at the toe for better precision, and a softer XS Grip 2 at the heel for a secure fit. The microsuede upper has rubber encased over the foot to reduce stretch and increase toe-hooking performance. Plus, the single hook-and-loop strap makes on and off a breeze.” — BC

 

So Ill Holds 2020 Gold Climbing Shoe, 49% off — $75.96 $148.95

“Climbers already thought So Ill’s Street Climbing Shoe was pure gold for competitions. Well, So Ill decided to make a literal gold version to celebrate the worldwide contest that finally recognizes climbing as a competitive sport. The 2020 Gold Climbing Shoe is just as aggressive, downturned, and sensitive as the Street to give you the advantage when it comes time for you to beat the competition. Its Dark Matter rubber comes from So Ill’s UnParallel Rubber family, which the Navy Seals use for reliable traction during covert missions, and its non-marking convenience ensures long-lasting durability. The synthetic upper has a padded tongue for comfort, and since it doesn’t stretch much, So Ill recommends sizing the shoe similarly to your regular street shoe.” — BC

 

Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe, 20% off — $147.96 $184.95

“Winner of Climbing Magazine’s Best in Class award, the Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe is designed for performance. With its curved, asymmetrical last and softer construction, this all-around shoe handles a variety of styles. Its rubber toe patch provides maximum toe hooking power while the thin sole delivers enhanced flexibility and sensitivity so you can confidently take on more challenging projects.” — BC

 

 

Hardgoods On Sale

Black Diamond RockLock Screwgate Carabiner, 30% off — $8.36 $11.95

“The RockLock Screwgate Carabiner is Black Diamond’s biggest biner for belaying, top rope anchors, and long-lasting durability in the climbing world. Black Diamond designed this locker with a keylock nose for snag-free unclipping, a curved spine for a larger gate opening, and a square hinge to hold your belay device in place.” — BC

 

Mammut Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope – 10.0mm, 30% off — $160.96 $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

 

Black Diamond Momentum Package, 30% off — $69.96 $99.95

“You passed your climbing classes with flying colors, but now that class is over the gym is less keen on giving you free rentals. In lieu of receiving a degree, Black Diamond’s Momentum Package makes a great graduation present. With the Momentum Harness, ATC-XP belay device, and Rocklock Screwgate locking carabiner, this package helps you continue your roped climbing adventures whether you’re top-roping in the gym or leading outside. Black Diamond also included the Mojo chalk bag and White Gold chalk that you can take to the bouldering area, just leave the harness in your pack.” —BC

 

Patagonia Planing Roll Top 35L Backpack, 40% off — $77.40 $129.00

“Sometimes the gang likes to hit the town after a long day of surfing, and while you could just hope that your swimsuit dries by the time you sit down at a nice restaurant, it’ll be easier to keep all of your wet and dry gear separate in the Patagonia Planing Roll Top 35L Backpack. Designed for long days of surfing, fishing, and swimming, this backpack features dedicated storage for wet and dry clothing, making it no hassle to change into something dry without soaking the rest of your pack. In addition to the spacious roll-top main compartment, which keeps out rain and spray and offers expanded storage when you need it, you’ve got a self-draining mesh pocket in the front that houses all of your wet trunks, tops, and towels without allowing water to pool. A padded back panel, breathable shoulder straps, and a removable waist belt all contribute to a comfortable carry, ensuring that you’ve got the support you need to hike to even the most secluded spots.” — BC

 

Edelrid Shield II Climbing Helmet, 15% off — $84.96 $99.95

“Edelrid made its Men’s Shield II Climbing Helmet lightweight and robust so you don’t have a reason to leave it behind when you tackle long, demanding routes. Its In-Mold construction consists of a tough polycarbonate shell and an expanded polystyrene foam that you can remove if you need more room. The Wing-Fit adjustable system includes a fully adjustable chin strap and a rear dial for a comfortable fit. Airflow ventilation utilizes ten large openings to provide all the fresh air your melon needs, and four headlamp clips make sure you don’t have to adjust your headlamp’s band every fifteen feet on your rappel.” — BC

 

Mammut Ophir Harness, 30% off — $38.46 $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

 

Apparel On Sale

Patagonia Better Sweater 1/4-Zip Fleece Jacket – Women’s, 50% off — $49.50 $99.00

“When you love the classic look and trusted warmth of wool, but you want something better for outdoor activities, the Patagonia Better Sweater 1/4-Zip Fleece Jacket makes an ideal eco-friendly alternative. Made with 100% recycled polyester and a low-impact dye process, the Better Sweater is better for you and for Mother Nature.”— BC

 

Mountain Hardwear Crater Lake Tank Top – Women’s, 25% off —$37.46 $49.95

“From climbing at the crag to powering up to mountain summits, the Crater Lake tank is the perfect partner to hot summer days outdoors. That’s because it provides unbeatable breathability and sun protection, keeping you cool and shielded while you adventure.” — BC

 

Patagonia Macro Puff Hooded Jacket – Men’s, 25% off — $299.25 $399.00

“The Patagonia Men’s Macro Puff Hooded Jacket has the look and feel of most down puffies, but unlike down, the Macro Puff’s insulation stays warmer when you’re trekking in colder, wetter climates. Its Plumafill insulation maintains warmth when you’re wet, and the DWR-treated shell sheds moisture ranging from snowflakes to light rainfall. The helmet is compatible with climbing helmets, and the adjustable hem stays secure under harnesses.”— BC

 

The North Face Thermoball Eco Jacket – Men’s, 50% off — $99.48 $198.95

“Whether you’re layering up for a particularly snowy day at the resort, or you just need a light insulated jacket for daily wear, you can check off all the boxes with The North Face’s Thermoball Eco Jacket. This easy-to-layer puffy features a slim wear-anywhere profile with reliable synthetic insulation and an eco-friendly construction. Designed to mimic the loft of down, ThermoBall fibers combine with the jacket’s bottleneck quilt pattern to trap warmth and minimize cold spots, while a DWR finish on the face fabric defends against any light snow that sneaks into your shell. Lightweight and packable, the Thermoball Eco can fit easily into its own pocket, and thanks to 100% post-consumer recycled materials, you can rest easy knowing you’ve reduced the amount of plastic in our environment.”— BC

 

Black Diamond Punisher Glove, 40% off — $77.97 $129.95

“Lots of manufacturers make extremely warm gloves that turn your hands into useless paddles. That isn’t the story with this glove. The Black Diamond Punisher Glove blends unsurpassed dexterity with full weather protection and is designed for long alpine routes or ice cragging in variable temperatures. The Punisher has a fixed lining and a BDry waterproof breathable liner to fight off the weather. The four-way stretch shell provides a full range of motion, extremely important when you find yourself 80 feet off the ground on a frozen waterfall. The 100g fleece lining is warm but not overbearing, easy to move in, and soft to the touch. The pre-curved fingers are designed to feel natural when wrapped around an ice tool. The Punisher also sports an ultra-durable goat leather palm and EVA foam-padded knuckles to protect your fingers.”— BC

 

Smartwool IntraKnit Merino 200 Bottom – Men’s, 30% off — $84.00 $120.00

“Versatile baselayer bottoms for cool to cold pursuits. Merino wool blend wicks moisture, dries fast, and keeps you warm. Body-mapped mesh complements the natural breathability of merino. 3D mapping lets you move freely on cold runs and ski days. Slim fit traps air closer to your body for more effective warmth. Merino wool offers natural odor resistance for high-intensity activities”— BC

 

Training Gear On Sale

Metolius Portable Power Grips – 2-Pack, 15% off — $21.21 $24.95

“Pull-ups are the currency of climb training, so get rich with the Metolius Portable Power Grips. These custom-carved wooden blocks help you blast your arms while offering the flexibility to tailor your exercises and workout.” — BC

 

So Ill Holds Easy Knuckles – 5-Pack, 29% off — $26.98 $37.95

“The So Ill Holds Easy Knuckles 5-Pack contains five mini jugs so you can get your crank on at home. This pack also includes all the hardware you need to set some simple V0’s to warm up on.” — BC

 

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