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Great outdoor gear at an incredible price: that’s our weekly goal. Check out the bargains listed below and save on gear for your next adventure.
Black Diamond Momentum Climbing Shoes – Men’s & Women’s: $ 48 (50% off)
This affordable entry-level shoe is designed for all-day comfort, whether you’re on the rock or in the gym. The shoe’s knitted upper offers stretch and breathability where you want it, while the microfiber lining minimizes stretch and provides comfort. Made of molded rubber, the soles are flat and durable, and feature a soft-flex midsole for sensitivity.
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Edelrid Atmosphere Climbing Harness: $ 39 (63% off)
This belt is designed to distribute the weight evenly. It consists of the Edelrid 3D ventilation frame, which has a larger surface area. It includes four shift loops and two ice cutter attachment points, making this a harness for all of your climbing needs.
Black Diamond Raven Ice Ax: $ 51 (40% off)
This classic ice ax gives you security on your next snow-covered mountaineering route. The head of the ax is ergonomically shaped for your hand, which enables quick transitions between walking and self-locking. The pimple is safe in the snow and the large Adze is great for chopping steps or securing.
Mammut Multipitch Chalk Bag: USD 24-26 (up to 40% off)
This unique chalk bag design could be the deciding factor in whether or not you bring a backpack for a multipitch climb. It has a zippered pocket to store your phone, sunscreen, and a snack. It even has a loop for securing keys or a ring. You can also add extra layers using a bungee strap and clip.
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By Ilana Newman
Ilana is a writer, photographer, and lifelong learner. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she spends her free time climbing, running and skiing in the mountains. She is passionate about intersectional outdoor social justice work and creating access for all.