Time to get off the sidelines and gear up for new adventures.Thankfully, this sale includes in-season staples like tents and updates to your cycling kit. Save up to 40% on gear you can use right away. The sale runs through July 5.
Save Up to 40%: Backcountry’s Summer Sale
Here are some standouts that caught our eye, but be sure to explore the entire sale for the best deals for your adventures.
Backcountry All Around Duffel Backpacks：70美元起（30%折扣）
Backcountry’s duffels work for long road trips or organizing your camping gear. Each is made from rugged tarp and has a waterproof compartment inside to separate wet gear from the rest.
Tough enough for playing on rock, you can enjoy the comfort of these stretch pants on the trail, campsite, or commute. The roll-up cuffs snap securely, and a DWR finish wards off light rain.
MSR Hubba Hubba NX Tent 2-Person 3-Season:From $450 (Comes With $85 Credit)
The Hubba Hubba’s rainfly-vestibule is built to act as a rain gutter and keep you dry when entering and exiting.
You know the rule: If you don’t pack a rain jacket, it will rain. For many, a summer shell is all about breathability and packability.
When harsh weather hits, reach for OR’s Helium II Jacket. It’s a highly packable, waterproof jacket that weights just under 7 ounces. If that doesn’t fit your needs, check the sale for more rain jackets.
Osprey 46L Porter Backpack：112美元（八折）
Helinox Chair One Camp Chair●100元（17折）
Lazer Helmets:From $80 (Up to 30% Off)
Need to upgrade or replace your skid lid? Lazer has a variety of a discounted helmets with Euro styling and an emphasis on ventilation.
These mountain bike shorts with four-way stretch move with you while shredding singletrack. The fabric is woven to withstand scrapes from nature and has laser-cut ventilation holes for increased airflow. The waistband uses silicone grippers for a fit that doesn’t bunch up.
Mountainsmith Day 13L Lumbar Pack:$67 (25% Off)
A fanny pack only holds so much. But this 13L pack is large enough to carry day-hike essentials like food, a rain shell, and maybe a summit beer. It keeps the weight closest to your center of gravity and won’t trap sweat against your back like a backpack.