Billabong (Wetsuits + Apparel), Coal Headwear, Infinity Inflatable Kayaks, Stanley, Lucky Bums, Esbit & Light my Fire, Hex, & More

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Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Bill­abong Men’s: In the 1980s, Bill­abong went inter­na­tion­al, licens­ing its prod­ucts to like-mind­ed com­pa­nies includ­ing Hur­ley Surf­boards. This col­lec­tion fea­tures shorts, tees, tanks, pants, hood­ies, belts, and more.

Bill­abong Women’s: Bill­abong HQ fea­tures a Poly­ne­sian-style show­room with the most diverse col­lec­tion of their prod­ucts in the world. Click through to shop Bill­abong biki­nis, tanks, beach bags, san­dals, and more.

Coal: Coal was found­ed on the belief that head­wear is more than an acces­so­ry. It is part of you, your iden­ti­ty, and your lifestyle. Draw­ing from deep roots in art, skate and snow­board cul­ture, Coal deliv­ers a whole new take on the woolen, knit beanie. Cre­ate your own unique iden­ti­ty with gear that is as out-spo­ken as you are. Click through now for mem­ber exclu­sive pricing.

Infin­i­ty: Infin­i­ty inflat­able kayaks are built for every­day use and ease of func­tion­al­i­ty. Ide­al for riv­er and lake pad­dling, angling, fam­i­ly use and easy mov­ing water. With an includ­ed back­pack and hand-pump, these kayaks are as ver­sa­tile as you are.

Stan­ley: In 1913, William Stan­ley Jr. invent­ed the all-steel vac­u­um bot­tle. Now, near­ly 100 years lat­er, the com­pa­ny is still at the fore­front of hydra­tion inno­va­tion with prod­ucts like the Nineteen13 One-Hand­ed Water Bot­tle. Equipped with a leakproof cap that unleash­es water at the push of a but­ton, the Nineteen13 is the ide­al com­pan­ion on bumpy back­coun­try dri­ves. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on the Nineteen13 and oth­er inno­v­a­tive Stan­ley prod­ucts includ­ing flasks, mugs, lunch­cas­es and more.

Lucky Bums: Lucky Bums was cre­at­ed in 2004 by a hus­band-and-wife team with a sin­gle goal in mind: To help their kids enjoy being out­side with func­tion­al gear that keeps them warm, dry, and safe. With ver­sa­tile, com­fort­able, and tech­ni­cal out­door gear, kids can focus on the impor­tant things, like per­fect­ly cooked marsh­mal­lows. Fea­tur­ing sleep­ing bags, back­packs, and more.

Light My Fire and Esbit: From strik­ing fire to eat­ing din­ner, Light My Fire cook and cam­p­ware prod­ucts bring back­yard com­fort to the back­coun­try. And be sure to cook your bratwurst the bratbest with Esbit camp stoves. Click through to shop cups, sporks, fire starters, and more by Light My Fire. Also avail­able at mem­ber exclu­sive pric­ing are Esbit stoves, fuel, and food jugs.

HEX: Haul­ing your iPad to the cab­in? Your lap­top to the beach? HEX bags and acces­sories are built for tech-savvy men and women on the go. Their bags fea­ture com­part­ments and car­ry­ing sec­tions con­struct­ed to accom­mo­date today’s most pop­u­lar portable elec­tron­ics and they include soft-lined pock­ets and crit­i­cal weight-area padding to ensure max­i­mum pro­tec­tion. Oh, and they look cool too. Click through now to shop our col­lec­tion of HEX ipad and lap­top bags and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Lit­tle Stove That Could: Did you know? We’re car­ry­ing Esbit camp stoves today. Ever won­der where those lit­tle won­ders came from? Alex Soy­er laid the ground­work for the mod­ern-day portable stove in 1849. He designed the small, sin­gle-burn­er stove to run on pres­sur­ized fuel and to have suf­fi­cient heat­ing pow­er to cook a meal in a cou­ple of min­utes. Deemed “The Mag­ic Stove,” it paved the way for the more pop­u­lar Primus, which wasn’t devel­oped until the late nine­teenth cen­tu­ry. So, the next time you are about to devour a bag of pip­ing hot beef stroganoff, give nod to Soy­er, a great man with a great idea.