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ExOfficio: ExOfficio established itself in the late 1980s with a product that featured the functionality of a fly-fishing vest and the construction of a dress shirt. The award-winning leader in innovative technical apparel continues to create dynamic products that are as fit for the office as they are for the outdoors. Click through now to shop shirts, shorts, and more by the groundbreaking brand.
Men’s and Women’s Chaco: In a world that relies on faddish, non-recyclable products, Chaco proudly makes no-frills footwear that can be repaired rather than thrown in a landfill. Indestructible adventure diaries for feet, every pair of Chacos has a story to tell. Let footwear be your adventure diary, with Chacos— repairable footwear that’s built to last forever. We’ve got Men’s and Women’s Chacos on sale today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Tip of Capricorn: Did you know? On September 4 (that’s today!), 1774, en route to New Zealand aboard his ship HMS Resolution, famed British navigator Captain James Cook spotted an uncharted archipelago. The principle island was an uncharted 7,000-square-miles of beautiful beaches and mountains that hosted a sparse population of local people. Cook put the island on the map and named it “New Caledonia,” because it reminded him of Scotland. (Caledonia is a Latin name for parts of northern Scotland.) European missionaries settled the island in 1843 and by 1863 it was being utilized by the French as a penal colony. Today, New Caledonia, located 750 miles east of Australia, is a popular tourist destination with a population of around 250,000.