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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.