Arbor, Five Ten, Hyalite, Sugoi, 2XU, and La Sportiva

Mem­bers, click through below for exclu­sive sav­ings on today’s fea­tured brands:

Arbor: Uncom­pro­mis­ing in its approach to sus­tain­abil­i­ty and design, Arbor uses eco-friend­ly mate­ri­als like bam­boo to pro­duce appar­el that’ll make you feel and look great. Fea­tur­ing jack­ets, tees, shorts, and more.

Five Ten: Five Ten footwear uti­lizes rev­o­lu­tion­ary high-fric­tion rub­ber tech­nol­o­gy that enables wear­ers to grip even the most slip­pery rocky sur­faces like a human fly. Jeff Gold­blum, eat your heart out.

 

Hyalite: Win­ner of numer­ous Back­pack­er Edi­tors’ Choice and Out­side Mag­a­zine Gear Awards, Hyalite Equip­ment spe­cial­izes in seam-weld­ing tech­nolo­gies for dry bags, sleep­ing pads, pan­niers, and more.

 

Sug­oi: Sug­oi designs gear that helps ded­i­cat­ed ath­letes push the bound­aries of per­son­al per­for­mance. This col­lec­tion includes jack­ets, jer­seys, bib shorts, and more by the respect­ed brand.

2XU: Race with con­fi­dence in per­for­mance appar­el worn by world cham­pi­ons and endorsed by sports insti­tu­tions the world over. Today’s col­lec­tion includes run­ning tops, shorts, and more.

 

2XU Wet­suits: 2XU pre­mi­um wet­suits offer opti­mal bal­ance between buoy­an­cy and flex­i­bil­i­ty, giv­ing demand­ing triath­letes the edge they need when it’s time to get wet. Find the style for you here. 

La Sporti­va: Born at the foot of the mighty Ital­ian Dolomites, La Sporti­va has been build­ing tech­ni­cal out­door footwear for hard­core moun­tain devo­tees since 1928. Fea­tur­ing trail run­ning and rock shoes.

STILL AVAILABLE: Lib­er­ty Bot­tle­works, MHM, Lite­speed, Yog­a­Rat, Shred Ready, Appar­el, & More

IN OTHER NEWS:

Ore­gon’s Crown Jew­el: Did you know? On Octo­ber 29th (that’s today!), 1792, Lt. William Broughton, a mem­ber of Cap­tain George Van­cou­ver’s dis­cov­ery expe­di­tion that explored and chart­ed the Pacif­ic North­west coast range, coined the name for Ore­gon’s tallest peak, Mt. Hood. He named it after a man he admired, the British Admi­ral, Samuel Hood. The moun­tain is a promi­nent land­mark, vis­i­ble up to a hun­dred miles away. Many Clymb employ­ees shred Hoods slopes, hike its val­leys, and climb to its peak each year so we’re hap­py to give it a lit­tle shout-out today.