Welcome back, Clymbers. It’s a style-junky’s paradise here today, with technical and lifestyle apparel and sunglasses from some pretty incredible brands that are pushing the boundaries of design. Enjoy yourselves.
Here’s what we’ve got on the docket:
Holden: Based in Portland, OR, in an office a stone’s throw from Clymb HQ, Holden makes fit-focused garments that are rooted in classic design and current fashion. Spice up your closet with high-quality, tailored fit, and eco-friendlier garments today with Men’s and Women’s Holden apparel, available at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
RAEN: Founded by the designers from Encinitas-based Libre Design in 2008, RAEN is a classics-driven, boutique eyewear brand that provides timeless, quality sunglasses for an active lifestyle. Handmade, heartfelt, RAEN sunglasses are made from high-end materials and exhibit sleek modern-classic design. The styled-out, handmade acetate frames are guaranteed to take a beating and turn heads. You’re not a kid anymore. Retire those gas station shades and face your next outdoor adventure in style. Click through for member-exclusive pricing on Men’s and Women’s RAEN optics.
Toes on the Nose: With clean & classic design meant to reflect the simplicity of earlier times, Toes on the Nose surf apparel reflects the history and soul of surfing. The company takes its name from an old column in Surfer Quarterly magazine. Make your old clothes history with Men’s and Women’s apparel from Toes on the Nose, available now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Showers Pass, Wenger, Kryptonite, Esbit, Light My Fire, Columbia, Sorel, Shells & Fleeces, Camp Essentials, Mammut, New Balance, Five Ten, ICON, Cushe, Running Accessories, & Immersion Research.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Avast Ye Mutinous Swine: Did you know? On April 28th (that’s today!) 1789, 11 disgruntled seamen took control of the British Royal Navy ship, HMS Bounty. Ill-treated and desirous to return to the Pacific island of Tahiti, the mutineers forced their commanding officer and 18 of his loyal crewmembers into a small boat and set them adrift. The mutiny and the adventures that ensued have become a thing of often-fictionalized sea legend popularly referred to as The Mutiny on the Bounty.