GET PADDLING with Naish SUPs, Extrasport PFDs, & Paddles by Sanborn Canoe Co., Plus! Merrell Apparel, & More!

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Naish: With deep roots in wind­surf­ing, Naish now stands at the fore­front of the SUP move­ment. Based in Maui, Hawaii, the pro­lif­ic brand has become a world­wide stan­dard in board­rid­ing, paving the way with indus­try-lead­ing designs, con­struc­tions, and inno­va­tions. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on inflat­able SUPs.

 

Extrasport: Extrasport has been keep­ing water­sport enthu­si­asts safe and hav­ing fun on the water for near­ly 40 years. Ded­i­cat­ed to cut­ting-edge design and focused inno­va­tion, the brand works close­ly with water­sport enthu­si­asts, ath­letes, and res­cue pro­fes­sion­als devel­op world-class PFDs. Click through here to shop at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

San­born Canoe Co.: With a com­mit­ment to pre­serve and cul­ti­vate the col­or­ful her­itage of pad­dling, Sand­born Canoe Co. hand-builds each pad­dle in Winona, Min­neso­ta. Gor­geous, capa­ble of enhanc­ing the nat­ur­al beau­ty of any envi­ron­ment, its pad­dles are light enough for a relaxed day on the lake and strong enough to maneu­ver even the most unwieldy craft down rocky rivers.

 

Mer­rell: With a 26-year track record of trail-proven excel­lence, Mer­rell is an award-win­ning favorite of out­doors­folk across the world. Thanks to time-hon­ored mate­ri­als like Meri­no Wool and cut­ting-edge tech­nolo­gies like Slick Seam™, Opti-Shell™, and Bio-Blend™, Mer­rell keeps you warm, dry, and com­fort­able around town or on the trail. Today at The Clymb, we’re offer­ing mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Men’s and Women’s appar­el, includ­ing shirts, jack­ets, shells, tees, & more. Don’t miss out!

IN OTHER NEWS:

For the Love of Sci­ence, Climb!: Did you know? On August 19 (that’s today!), 1861, physi­cist John Tyn­dall and two part­ners made the first ascent of the for­mi­da­ble Swiss moun­tain, Weis­shorn. Many con­nois­seurs of alpine moun­taineer­ing con­sid­er the Weis­shorn to be the great­est of all alpine peaks. At 4,505 meters, it is taller than the Mat­ter­horn and more ardu­ous and seri­ous to climb. Set amidst mas­sive glac­i­ers, the peak sports three huge faces and three long ridges, giv­ing it the form of a gigan­tic pyra­mid. Amaz­ing­ly, Tyn­dall not only ascend­ed the moun­tain but also car­ried a vari­ety of instru­ments up the face with him so that he could make sci­en­tif­ic obser­va­tions about glac­i­er move­ment. This pio­neer­ing ascent helped to ush­er in the gold­en age of alpinism.