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Lole: Lolë is activewear inspired by well-being. The progressive brand creates technical, versatile, apparel that responds to the aspirations of active women. Following its dedication to well-being and balance, Lolë utilizes organic cotton and polyester fibers made from recycled plastic bottles in its clothing. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on your next favorite brand.
Shades of Summer: Whether for hiking, riding, beach bumming, or catching up on some sleep at work, a good pair of sunglasses is an essential item in every outdoor junkie’s kit. We’ve got the style you need on sale in today’s huge summer sunglasses event. Look boss even if you’re a grunt with a new pair of bold shades from SPY, Dragon, Anarchy, & more. Available now for member-exclusive pricing!
United By Blue: Recognizing the ocean as the ultimate playground is one thing. Keeping it fit for play is another. Which is why, for every product sold, United by Blue physically removes one pound of trash from oceans and waterways through company-hosted cleanups. This collection features tees and hoodies by the progressive brand.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Tap, Tap, Taperoo: Did you know? On August 5 (that’s today!), 1858, the final cables for the first transatlantic telegraph line were set into place, spanning nearly 2,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean at a depth often exceeding two miles. The transatlantic cable reduced communication time to a matter of minutes between North America and Europe. To test the functionality of the system, President James Buchanan and Queen Victoria exchanged a formal introductory and complementary message. Although the signal was weak, the transmission was made successfully between the two leaders. The line ceased to function only three weeks later but this achievement paved the way for future technological advancement in communication.