Happy Wednesday, Clymbers. We’ve got a huge day planned for you, with backpacks, headlamps, flashlights, climbing equipment, technical and lifestyle footwear, wrist computers, sunglasses, belts, gloves, paddling apparel, and more all on sale for member-exclusive pricing. It’s a heap of goodness to get you over the mid-week hump. Pop some popcorn and grab a drool towel because once you click through you won’t want to go anywhere for a while.
Here’s some more about what we’ve got on the docket for you today:
Mammut: Mammut is named for the mighty mammoths that roamed the Swiss countryside thousands of years ago. The company can trace its own history back to a not-so-imposing mom and pop ropeworks operation in a small town in Switzerland, where, in 1862, founder Kasper Tanner was given permission to use the public way outside his flat to braid and coil his own ropes. The rest, as they say, is history. Today, the company is a globally recognized leader in elite gear and apparel for mountaineering and outdoor pursuits. Click through to get mammoth-sized savings on Mammut technical apparel today at The Clymb.
New Balance: If presidential candidates were forced to run for high office in the literal sense (as they should be), they would want to do it wearing New Balance running shoes. With 25 percent of its footwear made in the United States each year, New Balance is proud of its claim to be the only company that still manufactures athletic shoes right here in the good ol’ US of A. And with nearly 75 years of experience in the performance running shoe market, New Balance would offer its candidates a leg up on the competition. But great shoes alone don’t guarantee a victory lap. New Balance also makes technical running apparel and accessories to maximize performance. Today on The Clymb, we’re offering Men’s and Women’s running footwear and apparel for member-exclusive pricing. Run for your wallet or your fellow Americans will beat you to this one.
Five Ten: After finishing his MBA, Five Ten founder Charles Cole went to the last place anyone thought he could use it—Yosemite. After a slip while descending El Cap, he decided that climbers should have high-friction rubber in all of their shoes. Tapping his engineering background, Cole invented a revolutionary new rubber formula with increased friction and durability than anything climbers had ever experienced. Five Ten was born. Approach and climb with confidence today with Men’s and Women’s Five Ten footwear, available now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
ICON: ICON lights are created from a deep, simultaneous obsession with design and technology. Every element must optimize performance or it doesn’t make the cut. Experience the brilliance of a groundbreaking brand with ICON lights, now available at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Men’s & Women’s Cushe: Slipping your foot into a Cushe (pronounced, “cushy”) is transformative in the same way getting into a bathrobe can be transformative: once it’s on, all your troubles seem to melt into the background of comfort. Cushes conform to the foot’s natural shape, which maximizes not only comfort but also protection and stability. Don’t miss out! Today on The Clymb we’re offering Men’s and Women’s Cushe footwear for member-exclusive pricing.
Running Accessories: Train to run like you did before you discovered beer with wrist computers, headlamps, sunglasses, belts, gloves, headbands, socks, and more from top brands. Act now to get member-exclusive pricing on everything.
Immersion Research: Family owned and operated in Confluence, PA since 1997, Immersion Research designs and produces high-end technical paddling gear, accessories, and apparel for serious kayakers. Ukulele-playing kayak bum John Weld and his wife, Kara, an 8‑year member of the U.S. canoe kayak team, started the company in their basement with a sewing machine, which they at first used only to produce board shorts for friends. The company still makes shorts but it’s added layering, dry tops, paddling accessories, and more to its line. Pull up a stool at an epic mom and pop diner with only paddling on the menu with Men’s and Women’s Immersion Research drytops and apparel, on sale now for member-exclusive pricing.
There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: SIGMA SPORT, Liberty Bottleworks, Rise Bar, Garmont, Lonely Planet, & Manhattan Portage.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Neanderthal, Y’all: Did you know? If you’re looking for an excuse to throw a party, today is National DNA Day. The holiday commemorates this day in 1953, when Francis Crick, James Watson, and colleagues including Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins published a paper on the structure of DNA in the scientific journal, Nature. You probably learned a thing or two about the double helix in school. And you may have even heard about the clone Russian researchers are currently hoping to bring to life using DNA from a frozen mammoth. If they succeed, you may have the desire to hunt it. That’s only normal. According to recent studies, humans have at least 1–4% Neanderthal DNA. So grab a stick and go clubbin’ for National DNA day—it’s the natural thing to do.