prAna Lifestyle Apparel, Women’s Everyday Apparel

Hap­py Sat­ur­day, Clym­bers. It’s a good old fash­ioned lifestyle appar­el day at The Clymb today. Expect to find great deals on some of our favorite brands. (Oh hey, prAna.) Grab what you need, then gii­i­i­i­it out­side and do some­thing fun. Have a great week­end! We’ll be back on Monday.

Some more about today’s events:

prAna: Sport­ing a name based on the ancient San­skrit word for breath, life, and vital­i­ty of the spir­it, prAna designs appar­el for mind­ful recre­ation­ists who seek to explore the lim­its of their ener­gy through yoga, climb­ing, and oth­er inter­ac­tions with the nat­ur­al world. For prAna ath­letes like Chris Shar­ma, climb­ing is a thing of med­i­ta­tion, not con­quest. Seek bal­ance in life and your adven­ture kit with prAna Men’s and Women’s appar­el, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Wom­en’s Every­day Appar­el: Be bold and beau­ti­ful all week long with Wom­en’s every­day appar­el from top brands, includ­ing Hur­ley, Lole, Arbor, Gram­ic­ci, and more. Don’t drag your feet on this one. We’re offer­ing a huge col­lec­tion of tops, dress­es, sweaters, pants, and more for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Gram­ic­ci, Kel­ty, Drag­on sun­glass­es, Sec­tor 9, Sier­ra Designs, Men’s Every­day Appar­el, Patag­o­nia footwear, Brooks-Range, Win­ter Acces­sories, Win­ter Out­er­wear, Boards and Skis, Camel­Bak, Pro­Bar, Detours, Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning, Wom­en’s Activewear, & Shades of Spring.

In oth­er news…

Ice, Ice, Bergy: Did you know? On April 14th (that’s today!) 1912, a British pas­sen­ger lin­er haul­ing over 2,000 peo­ple across the North Atlantic smacked into an ice­berg and began to take on water. The next day it sank, caus­ing the untime­ly demise of over 1,500 peo­ple in one of the dead­liest peace­time mar­itime dis­as­ters in his­to­ry. While research­ing his 1997 film por­tray­al of the disaster—which he referred to as “the Mount Ever­est of shipwrecks”—director and oceanog­ra­phy junkie James Cameron con­vinced Hol­ly­wood to flip his bills for an expe­di­tion to the wreck­age. The direc­tor lat­er told reporters that he’d orig­i­nal­ly pitched his film, Titan­ic, not because he par­tic­u­lar­ly want­ed to make it, but because he want­ed to vis­it the ship­wreck. Cameron has a his­to­ry of under­wa­ter explo­ration. In a March 2012 Nation­al Geo­graph­ic expe­di­tion, he trav­eled sev­en miles down to the deep­est place in the ocean, the Mar­i­ana Trench in the west­ern Pacif­ic, in a one-per­son sub­mersible. Near, far, wher­ev­er you are, you’re pret­ty cool, James Cameron.