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Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each Monday. Check out the bargains below on climbing gear and save on gear for your next adventure.

La Sportiva Tarantulace ($64) & Scarpa Techno X ($77): 20-50% Off

La Sportiva Tarantulace and Scarpa Techno X climbing shoes

The Tarantulace is one of the most popular beginner shoes. It’s comfortable, has excellent rubber, and is great for all-day climbing. The shoe’s leather and synthetic upper is comfortable, and the tongue is lined to help with foot sweat. This keeps the tops of your feet comfortable.

The Techno X edges excellently, feels good in cracks, and is comfortable to wear all day long. With a suede construction and Vibram XS Edge rubber, this is a high-performing climbing shoe.

CAMP USA Orbit Express KS Quickdraw: $12-19 (Up to 37% Off)

CAMP USA Orbit Express KS Quickdraw

If you need a few more draws to finish your sport rack, the CAMP USA Orbit Express KS Quickdraw is one of the more affordable options out there. It uses CAMP’s SphereLock nose that helps to minimize play between the gate and the nose. And it employs CAMP’s Karstop Evo carabiner, which creates a stable connection to the dogbone so you can clip into the draw easier.

Shop CAMP USA Orbit Express KS Quickdraw

Patagonia Ascensionist 30L Backpack: $89-149 (Up to 40% Off)

Patagonia Ascensionist 30L Backpack

The Ascensionist is a solid pick for a single-day sport or trad mission, and it’s light and simple enough to take up multipitch routes. Patagonia uses a burly outer fabric, so it’ll hold up even if you’re squeezing into chimneys. Additional straps on the outside are great for clipping all sorts of gear, from shoes to belay devices to ice tools.

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