Performance, Style, and a Chicken’s Foot with New Balance, ISAORA, and More on The Clymb

Pho­to Cour­tesy of ISAORA

Greet­ings and salu­ta­tions, Clym­bers. Hope­ful­ly the week’s been good to you so far. Things are well here at Clymb HQ. The office dogs have been mel­low and the Wid­mer Broth­ers keg tastes par­tic­u­lar­ly refresh­ing this rainy week. A few slices of pie sit uneat­en on the kitchen table—an impres­sive feat of sur­vival after the ini­tial sav­agery of Mon­day’s dou­ble birth­day cel­e­bra­tion. We’d have room for the slices in the refrig­er­a­tor if it weren’t stuffed to break­ing point with for­got­ten lunch­es and var­i­ous-sized con­tain­ers of half-eat­en condi­ments. Whose condi­ments are they? And whose lunch­es? We may nev­er know. The only real cer­tain­ty today is that we’ve got some excit­ing new events to help you get over the mid-week hump.

Here’s what we’re offering:

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 US 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 a huge selec­tion of Men’s and Women’s run­ning appar­el (includ­ing tops, bot­toms, jack­ets, and more), footwear (for trail run­ning, street jog­ging, and more), acces­sories (gloves, caps, reflec­tive vests, and more), and eye­wear for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. Run for your wal­let or your fel­low Amer­i­cans will beat you to this one.

ISAORA: ISAORA is a col­li­sion of high style and extreme per­for­mance. What does that mean? If a Bent­ley could go snow­board­ing, it would wear ISAORA. If the dri­ver’s side door to that Bent­ley flew open as it was doing an invert­ed 720°, John­ny Depp, already strapped into his snow­board, would come spin­ning out and do a per­fect land­ing before tear­ing down the hill in an explo­sion of pirat­i­cal awe­some­ness. He would also be wear­ing ISAORA. Offer­ing pre­mi­um per­for­mance, supreme pro­tec­tion, and a per­fect fit, New York-based ISAORA proves that tech­ni­cal and fash­ion­able need not be mutu­al­ly exclu­sive. Show your style in Brook­lyn or Big Sky with Men’s ISAORA tech­ni­cal appar­el, avail­able today on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

IN OTHER NEWS: Did you know? Compa­ny founder William J. Riley came up with the name “New Bal­ance” by observ­ing chick­ens in his yard. He even kept a chick­en foot on his office desk to demon­strate to cus­tomers how the chick­en’s three-clawed foot result­ed in per­fect bal­ance. Backock!

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