CamelBak, ProBar, Detours, Sunglasses, Apparel, & More

 

Moun­tain climber Aron Ral­ston (Pho­to cour­tesy of PROBAR)

Hap­py Mon­day, Clym­bers. We trust your week­end was rife with adven­ture. We had blue­bird skies and pow­der snow on Mount Hood this week­end and a lot of folks from The Clymb took advan­tage. Need­less to say, there are some sun­burned rac­coon eyes in the office today.

Let’s get down to busi­ness. Today’s event is a big one, with sun­glass­es, hands-free hydra­tion, organ­ic ener­gy bars, wom­en’s activewear, run­ning shoes, and more. Kick the week off right with some sweet deals on awe­some gear from top brands. Enjoy!

Camel­Bak: Look Ma, no hands! Whether rid­ing a bike or eat­ing spaghet­ti, doing things sans hands just feels more… awe­some. The tac­tic can be use­ful for hydra­tion too. Not hav­ing to stop to fum­ble around with your pack to pull a water bot­tle out on the trail can save valu­able time and keep you from cool­ing down. The abil­i­ty to ingest flu­ids while on the fly on a moun­tain bike means you can ride the hill for all its worth with­out hav­ing to stop or even take your hands off the han­dle­bars. Sci­en­tif­ic stud­ies have shown that ath­letes drank more flu­ids and per­formed bet­ter when they wore a Camel­Bak. Get your hands-free hydra­tion on with Camel­Bak hydra­tion packs or go the old fash­ioned way with Camel­Bak bot­tles, both avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Pro­Bar: While cut­ting slices of Kiel­basa and cheese with a dubi­ous­ly clean mul­ti­tool then toss­ing them on some sog­gy crack­ers will for­ev­er be the ulti­mate sus­te­nance-based rite of pas­sage in back­pack­ing, the final prod­uct is far from the health­i­est option. If ever there was a polar oppo­site to the moun­tain man­wich, it’s the Pro­Bar organ­ic food bar. Hunger-destroy­ing bars made from all-nat­ur­al, 100% veg­an organ­ic ingre­di­ents, Pro­Bar prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of a brick in their bel­lies. Bring the raw food move­ment to the trail with cas­es of Pro­Bar, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Detours: Detours is like a hot cup of cof­fee on a rainy day—for your bicy­cle. Based in Seat­tle, Detours builds its com­muter cycling acces­sories to with­stand the wettest weath­er the Pacif­ic North­west can dish out with designs meant to reflect an uplift­ing expres­sion of rid­ers’ per­son­al­i­ties. Deck your ride out with Detours seat­post bags, pan­niers, and bas­kets, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Wom­en’s Activewear: Ride, run, hike, or rock out some acro-yoga—and look good doing it—with Wom­en’s activewear, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Shades of Spring: Whether for hik­ing, beach bum­ming, dri­ving, or hid­ing a hang­over at work, a good pair of sun­glass­es is an essen­tial item in every out­door junkie’s kit. There are styles out there for every need—and we’ve prob­a­bly got the style you need, on sale, in our huge sun­glass­es event. Look boss even if you’re a grunt with a new pair of shades from top brands like O’Neill, Spy, Native, Kaenon, Zeal, and Drag­on, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning Shoes: Sick of hear­ing your swollen feet howl when­ev­er you hit the trail in your rat­ty old run­ning shoes? Throw those dogs a bone by treat­ing your­self to a new pair from top brands like Brooks, New Bal­ance, Vivo­bare­foot, Sauony, and more, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Salomon, Fuel­Belt, Gravis, & Snow Goggles.

SOCK IT TO ‘EM: Did you know? The sum­mer of 1988 found cyclist Michael Eid­son look­ing for a leg up in the upcom­ing Hot­ter’N Hell 100 road race. An emer­gency med­ical tech­ni­cian by trade, he knew that hydra­tion would be an issue as he ped­aled hard for 100 miles in the gru­el­ing heat of Wichi­ta Falls, Texas. His solution—filling an IV bag with water, slip­ping it into a white tube sock, and strap­ping it to his jer­sey with clothespins—was the gen­e­sis of hands-free hydra­tion as well as a mul­ti-mil­lion dol­lar com­pa­ny, CamelBak.