Welcome back, Clymbers. We trust your weekend wrapped up well. Today’s event will help you get the week started on a positive note. For the first time ever at The Clymb, we’re excited to be bringing you Billabong. And the collection isn’t what you expect from the Australian brand. Interesting, right? Don’t miss out on this one, Clymbers. We’ve also got a massive selection of bags, packs, and luggage. Don’t drag your feet or you’ll be dragging whatever you need to haul in your pillowcase.
Fresh on the menu today:
Billabong: Billabong creates a lot more than just the surf apparel that made it famous. Enjoy this unique collection, which features Men’s jackets, button-ups, and more from one of the most influential brands to come from the land down under. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on Billabong.
Load Up: Packs, Bags, & Luggage: Some days, you only need to carry a sandwich down the trail. Others, you have to pack enough Hawaiian shirts and bottles of rum for an ill-fated three-hour tour. This collection will enable you to haul it all in style. We’ve got a huge selection of hydration packs, luggage, and more. Don’t hesitate on this one or you’ll be back to stuffing it all in your pillowcases. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on this event.
There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss:
Nathan, Women’s Footwear, Men’s Footwear, Summer Apparel, Head for the Hills, Summer Running, Women’s Essentials, and more.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Blood Bank: Did you Know? On May 21 (that’s today!), 1881, Clara Barton and Adolphus Solomon founded the American Red Cross. You can celebrate the organization’s birthday this week by stopping by a donation center. Those of you needing more motivation than cheap thrills and a free bag of chips to get over your squeamishness about donating might consider this: Blood can’t be manufactured. It can only come from donors. And every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. (The average car accident victim needs a whopping 100 pints.) They’ll only drain about a pint from you if you donate, which isn’t a lot more than what you probably lost the last time you planted your face into the single track.