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Backcountry’s New Climb Line Launches Today

Backcountry sells some of the best gear for the outdoors and now they make their own, too.


We already love and trust Backcountry to bring us the very best gear for every outdoor activity from a plethora of brands, and now it has its own. Backcountry started making its own gear to go alongside the Patagonia and Mountain Hardwear offerings online, and today marks the start of its largest collection yet. Using feedback from the Gearheads that test all of Backcountry’s gear, the brand produced climbing, mountain biking and winter apparel and accessories that start to drop today. The climbing gear focuses on lightweight and easy to layer clothing as well as technical gear like chalk bags and crash pads. Inspired by the local Wasatch Mountain Range (Backcountry’s home base is in Utah) each piece will stand the test of time thanks to Cordura fabric and polygiene treatment on the clothes (to reduce stink). Backcountry also collaborated with a few of the powerhouses in the climbing industry like Black Diamond and Metolius for hardware. You can shop the 13 new pieces today at Backcountry.com.

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Gear Patrol also recommends:
Black Diamond Alpenglow Hoody ($85)
Mountain Hardwear Logan Canyon Pant ($95)
Foehn Brise Pant ($130)

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