MPG, DannyShane, & More

Cred­it: DannyShane

Wel­come back, Clym­bers. We’ve got some awe­some new prod­ucts on the dock­et today, includ­ing Men’s green cycling appar­el from Dan­nyShane, Men’s and Wom­en’s ath­let­icwear from MPG and more. Enjoy!

Here’s a lit­tle more about the brands fea­tured in today’s event:

MPG: Imag­ine achiev­ing a dream peak in the Himalayas only to dis­cov­er that some­one has already arrived there. The per­son, fit, not even tired-look­ing, is danc­ing in celebration—and look­ing good, com­fort­able, pow­er­ful, doing it. They’ve stripped out of their out­er­wear, down to a tech­ni­cal lay­er of per­for­mance but fash­ion­able ath­let­ic wear by MPG. And they are rock­ing out. You hope to nev­er wake up but make a men­tal note that if you do, you will add some MPG to your work­out col­lec­tion. Inspired by the smooth, strong move­ments of per­form­ers such as ath­letes and dancers, MPG designs rich­ly detailed appar­el that has a tech­ni­cal edge and is unpar­al­leled in con­cep­tion and con­struc­tion. Rock out on moun­tains or in stu­dios, with MPG, the kind of appar­el that fit­ness dreams are made of, on sale now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Dan­nyShane: Whether on a long spin down a lone­some coun­try high­way or a teeth-grit­ting com­mute through down­town, it feels more nat­ur­al to make one’s way by human pow­er. So why wear any­thing but nat­ur­al and sus­tain­able mate­ri­als while rid­ing? The cycling mind­set isn’t lim­it­ed to the ride. Ped­al hard and con­sci­en­tious­ly in Dan­nyShane, mak­er of inno­v­a­tive, eco-friend­ly cycling racewear and road­wear. Dan­nyShane prod­ucts are Blue­sign® cer­ti­fied and made with rapid­ly renew­able and/or recy­cled mate­ri­als, such as 100% recy­cled nylon. Look good and feel nat­ur­al with Dan­nyShane Men’s per­for­mance cycling jer­seys, on sale today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on adi­das, & Rhythm.

The Cow­ard Robert Ford: Did you know? Today in 1882, pop­u­lar out­law Jesse James was shot to death in Mis­souri. The cul­prit? Robert Ford, a mem­ber of James’s gang. Killing Jesse James turned out to be a huge­ly unpop­u­lar move for Ford, who became such a tar­get for harass­ment he moved to the moun­tains of Col­orado. He was mur­dered ten years lat­er while oper­at­ing a tent saloon there. His mur­der­er, Edward O’Kelley, was par­doned after 7,000 peo­ple signed a peti­tion in favor of his release.