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Columbia Sportswear Watches: For Columbia Sportswear, the outdoors isn’t just about remote expeditions or climbing the world’s highest mountains. From the peak to the park, the company enables outdoor adventure anywhere you like to play. Even at a picnic. Does your friend think he can finish that burger in less than a minute? You’ve got 20 bucks on the line that says no. Keep things honest both outdoors and in with watches by Columbia Sportswear. They boast chronographs and other necessary features for fun.
Arbor: What happens when artistry meets environmentalism on a jury-rigged skate ramp in some gritty alley behind a west-Venice grocery store? Arbor happens. What happens when a group of artists, designers, and friends who snowboard, skateboard, and surf together decide to launch a board and apparel business with an uncompromising approach toward sustainability? Arbor happens. What happens when The Clymb offers Arbor apparel for member-exclusive pricing? You buy it today and feel great about rocking some awesome, fashionable duds that support a refreshingly progressive brand, that’s what happens.
Altra Zero Drop: Altra’s Zero Drop footwear is built to keep feet in their natural positioning. Instead of having a slope like a lot of running shoes, the Zero Drop design keeps your heel and forefoot the same distance off the ground so you can run more efficiently and develop fewer injuries like shin splints. Click through now to see what Zero Drop looks like.
Eurosock: From its facility in the Lombardy region of northern Italy, where it has operated for generations, Eurosock has a unique view of what it takes for socks to perform well. The brand weaves together modern materials and techniques with proven, Old World artistry to help you overcome any competitive landscape, and achieve exceptional results. Don’t miss this opportunity to score a pair or ten for member-exclusive pricing!
Lonely Planet: From remote villages to bustling cities, Lonely Planet travel guides provide independent, on-the-ground, analysis of the best places on the planet to visit. Click through to shop our big collection of travel guides by the iconic publisher.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Columbus ‘Discovers’ His Distaste For Chocolate: Did you know? On July 30 (that’s today!), 1502, on his final voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus became the first European to get a taste of chocolate. And he didn’t like it. The iconic explorer was trading with natives on a small coniferous island off the coast of Honduras known today as Guanaja (pronounced “Gwa-nah-ha”) when he was offered cacao bean in exchange for goods. Columbus was confused as to why the natives found the strange pellets valuable enough to use as currency. The chief whipped up some xocolatl (Aztec-style chocolate) for him but the explorer found it bitter and distasteful. After returning to Spain, he presented King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella with xocolatl but they didn’t like it either. Had they, Spain would have gotten into the chocolate trade several decades sooner. Whoops.