Specialty outdoor gear retailer Backcountry introduces its own four-season collection and collaboration with top brands.
Backcountry has been around for 23 years, primarily selling premium outdoor goods from other brands. But last year it launched its first house-branded collection. Following that successful debut, the online retailer delivers the largest expansion of Backcountry-branded gear to date.
Today, Backcountry launches a major promotion of its Climb, Mountain Bike, and Travel collections. These include crag packs, chalk bags, apparel for climbing and biking, and more. Check out a few of our favorite products below.
Backcountry Climb Collection
A big part of the launch features the Backcountry Climb Collection, with apparel designed for all types of rock climbers. Almost everything is made from CORDURA, that sporty fabric known for resisting tough scuffs and tears.
The Climbing Collection also includes collaborations with big-name climbing brands like Black Diamond, Metolius, and So iLL.
Backcountry Mountain Bike Collection
Backcountry recently added a new enduro-inspired Mountain Bike Collection.
The brand took its inspiration from its backyard of Park City, Utah. There, employees are blessed to rip the first trail system rated gold by the International Mountain Biking Association.
The 450 miles of trail inspired clothing that controls odor, moves, and breathes. Check out the fast-drying jerseys and four-way-stretch shorts and liners that let you stand up, sit down, and move fast and free on the trail.
Coming Soon: Winter Collection
And, finally, the Backcountry Winter Collection launches in October 2019. It will debut snow outerwear with GORE-TEX INFINIUM, which combines the stretch athletes need for mobility with water resistance and durability.
Look for Backcountry and GORE-TEX three-layer jackets, bibs, and gloves. The collection will also include apparel, ski/snowboard and boot/accessory bags, and a splitboard made with the Burton Family Tree project.
Why Shop Backcountry?
Outdoor enthusiasts have come to trust Backcountry for its wide range of products and unparalleled customer service. Rather than farming out the phone and chat support, the online retailer has built a reputation through its in-house experts, called Gearheads.
Leveraging headquarters in Utah’s iconic Wasatch Mountain Range, Backcountry Gearheads who test goods in the field are the same people you call with questions when you’re ready to buy something at Backcountry.
Check out the expanded Backcountry brand launch, plus thousands of gear favorites for hiking, biking, camping, fly fishing, and more.Shop New Backcountry Gear
This article is sponsored by Backcountry. Check out the new Backcountry collections here.