Patagonia Footwear, Brooks-Range, & Winter Everything

Cred­it: Patagonia.com

Hap­py hump day, Clym­bers. We’ve got some fun events on the dock­et today. Ever heard of Patag­o­ni­a’s Boaris shoe? The one that’s designed to hold up to the rig­ors of a fer­al pig hunt? Yeah, they make it. And we’ve got it. We also have a load of tech­ni­cal moun­taineer­ing appar­el, acces­sories, and duf­fels from Brooks-Range. And we’re open­ing the cof­fers so that you can go full-boar (yeah, that’s right—we went there) at our stock­piles of win­ter gear and appar­el. We’ve got every­thing from snow­boards and out­er­wear to gloves and poles. Con­sid­er pick­ing up some new win­ter gear a gift to your future self, who will have no choice but to final­ly appre­ci­ate some­thing you’ve done for him or her.

Here’s some more about today’s events:

Patag­o­nia Footwear: It can­not be denied: Patag­o­nia appar­el and footwear is styl­ish­ly designed and unstop­pably com­fort­able. But it’s also so much more. A glob­al leader in sus­tain­able man­u­fac­tur­ing and renowned for its ded­i­ca­tion to pro­tect­ing the places we play, the com­pa­ny proves that finan­cial suc­cess and envi­ron­men­tal respon­si­bil­i­ty are not mutu­al­ly exclu­sive. Wear­ing Patag­o­nia shows that from style to car­bon foot­print, you have high stan­dards for the brands you sport. Slip into a state­ment with Patag­o­nia footwear, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Brooks-Range: From the begin­ning, Brooks-Range has been a com­pa­ny for moun­taineers, by moun­taineers. It’s founder, Matt Brooks, is a cer­ti­fied moun­tain guide who has served as chair of the Pres­i­dents Coun­cil of the Amer­i­can Moun­tain Guides Asso­ci­a­tion. His numer­ous alpine feats include knock­ing out the first ascent of Galac­tic Hitch­hik­er, the longest tech­ni­cal rock climb in North Amer­i­ca. Brooks and his small team of moun­tain enthu­si­asts pro­vide top-qual­i­ty equip­ment and appar­el for alpin­ists, back­coun­try trav­el­ers, and pro­fes­sion­al moun­tain and ski guides. Each prod­uct they design is put to the test by some of the world’s top moun­taineer­ing and back­coun­try pro­fes­sion­als. Step off the hik­ing trail and into the big leagues with Brooks-Range tech­ni­cal appar­el and acces­sories, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Win­ter Every­thing: Win­ter may be wan­ing but it’ll be back again before you know it. Moti­vate for spring turns or give your­self a gift to open next sea­son by tak­ing advan­tage of our mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on all things winter.

Save on:

Men’s & Wom­en’s Win­ter Out­er­wear: Get mas­sive sav­ings on Men’s and Wom­en’s jack­ets, pants, vests, & more.

Win­ter Acces­sories: Shop a huge selec­tion of hel­mets, hats, gloves, ski poles, & more from your favorite brands.

Boards & Skis: Save up for next year’s sea­son’s pass with incred­i­ble sav­ings on skis, snow­boards, & bind­ings from top brands.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Mam­mut, Gib­bon Slack­lines, Ster­ling Rope, Ahnu, Hi-Tec, Camel­Bak, Pro­Bar, Detours, Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning, Wom­en’s Activewear, & Sunglasses.

In oth­er news…

Moun­tain Hop: Did you know? Like all things curi­ous and awe­some, the Brooks-Range rab­bit logo was inspired by a chance encounter with a stranger from the East. The sto­ry behind it goes a lit­tle some­thing like this: Founder Matt Brooks was climb­ing along­side a Russ­ian, look­ing to make con­ver­sa­tion, when he noticed his moun­tain com­pa­tri­ot was wear­ing a rab­bit pin. Either out of con­fu­sion or as a token of friend­ship, the Russ­ian climber end­ed up giv­ing him the pin. Lat­er, back at the office, the Brooks-Range team decid­ed to fea­ture the pin on some prod­uct as a lark. The inside joke turned into a mar­ket­ing win how­ev­er, as cus­tomers became attached, some going so far as to call in and express their con­cerns over rumors that the com­pa­ny might pull it. The folks at Brooks-Range laughed and shrugged their shoul­ders and the rab­bit became the new face of the com­pa­ny. That a funky trin­ket that passed hands on a moun­tain could come to rep­re­sent a major com­pa­ny by hap­pen­stance is just anoth­er rea­son why the out­door indus­try is awesome.