Good morning, Clymbers. Can you believe that it’s Friday already? You 9–5ers know what that means: freedom is near. Regardless of your schedule during the week, we hope you’re gonna do the next few days right by getting outside to take advantage of the warming weather. Of course, we here at The Clymb understand as well as anyone that soaking in some sun outdoors can mean hitting the trail or hoarding a spot on the patio at your favorite watering hole. Don’t worry. We’re here to keep you geared up for whatever the weekend has in store.
Today’s events feature Men’s and Women’s lifestyle apparel from Gramicci and sleeping bags, tents, and packs from Kelty, plus a whole lot more. Enjoy!
Here’s a little more about today’s events:
Gramicci: In 1982, at the birth of the Stone Washed Jeans Age, man invented Gramicci in a southern California garage. His creation was equal parts science and soul, its first manifestation a technical pant with a relaxed fit to complement the surfing and climbing lifestyles. Naturally selected for its comfortable and stylish products, Gramicci has evolved over the years from that first pair of pants to a whole line of memorable apparel. Adapt to the new age of comfort with Men’s and Women’s Gramicci apparel, available today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Kelty: Since 1952, Kelty has built affordable, reliable outdoor gear that enables everyone, from the first-time camper to the experienced mountaineer, to embrace the outdoors with confidence. Take your Saturday night popcorn and board games camping on a peak or in the park with Kelty, the active family experts. Shop Kelty sleeping bags, tents, and packs today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Dragon sunglasses, Sector 9, Sierra Designs, Men’s Everyday Apparel, Patagonia footwear, Brooks-Range, Winter Accessories, Winter Outerwear, Boards and Skis, CamelBak, ProBar, Detours, Men’s & Women’s Running, Women’s Activewear, & Sunglasses.
IN OTHER NEWS…
Tabula Pantsa: Did you know? In the beginning, Gramicci’s popular G‑pants and shorts were all un-dyed. Viewing the products as blank white slates, rock climbers and surfers used the clothing canvases to express their inner muses through the most popular medium the 1980s had to offer—dye. The act of coloring the comfortable “G’s” spread like tie-dyed wildfire through the dirtbagger recreationist communities and spawned an underground cult following of leagues of “Gramicci heads” all over the world. Gramicci has made the expression of personal independence and individuality a design focus in their products ever since.