Ibex Merino Wool Cycling & Lifestyle Apparel, CRKT Knives & Tools, & More

Clym­bers! Not to brag or any­thing but we’ve got Ibex, we’ve got Ibex, we’ve got Ibex! Sor­ry. Some­times we just, you know, we get excit­ed. Meri­no wool cycling and lifestyle appar­el from Ibex has that effect on us—especially when it’s cou­pled with Colum­bia Riv­er Knife and Tool (CRKT) inno­v­a­tive and styl­ish blades and tools. Click through while you can. The items in today’s event are going to go fast.

Here’s what we’re adding to the menu today:

Ibex: Have you ever shud­dered after dis­cov­er­ing an old pho­to of your­self wear­ing a starter jack­et? Meri­no wool gets that same shud­der when it looks at your Grand­pa’s scratchy old wool socks. Silky-soft, all-nat­ur­al, antimi­cro­bial (mean­ing it won’t stink), Ibex Meri­no wool appar­el eas­es the heartache of retir­ing your old wool gear to the rag box. Meri­no. Remem­ber that. What else would Ibex use to weave the future of active appar­el? Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Men’s and Wom­en’s Ibex cycling and lifestyle apparel.

CRKT: How sharp does your blade look? Colum­bia Riv­er Knife and Tool (CRKT) uti­lizes not­ed design­ers to cre­ate styl­ish, inno­v­a­tive equip­ment that exceeds the demands of pro­fes­sion­al users. Behold CRK­T’s beau­ti­ful blades and our even sharp­er insid­er pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: lucy, Wom­en’s Spring Footwear, Wom­en’s Sum­mer Appar­el, Men’s Hik­ing & Run­ning Footwear, Wom­en’s Hik­ing & Run­ning Footwear, Sun­glass­es, Bags & BeatsTimexNativeBody UpSOGTool Log­icCycling Appar­elSwiftwickMen’s Hood­ies and Tees, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Ibex Climbeth: Did you know? Nat­ur­al moun­taineers from the day they’re born, Alpine ibex dwell on pre­cip­i­tous ledges between 5,900–10,800 feet in the Euro­pean Alps. Male Alpine ibex horns grow up to five feet in length, which has long made the ani­mal a tar­get for poach­ers and big-game hunt­ing Euro­pean roy­al­ty. Hunt­ed near­ly to extinc­tion by the ear­ly nine­teenth cen­tu­ry, the Alpine ibex became the face of some of the world’s ear­li­est wildlife con­ser­va­tion efforts. In 1919, Ital­ian king Vit­to­rio Emanuele III donat­ed his roy­al ibex hunt­ing reserves to the state in order to cre­ate Italy’s first nation­al park: the Gran Par­adiso Nation­al Park. It worked. Today there are over 40,000 Alpine ibex roam­ing the Alps.