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Fresh on the menu today:
SOG & Tool Logic: A knife is an essential tool for backpacking and camping adventures; a throwing axe just makes them more fun. Be prepared to trim guy lines, slice a kielbasa, or slay an ogre with sharp things from SOG, on sale now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing. Today, we are extremely happy to be offering an assortment of SOG products, including, knives, multi-tools, and yes, throwing axes. Act now! (Band-Aids sold separately.) Also featuring Tool Logic key ring lights and sharpeners.
JanSport: Bigger, badder relatives to what you wore to school, these JanSport technical packs are the product of over forty years of hardcore R & D in the brutal Cascade Range. Make your move. They won’t last long.
Timberland: Timberland has been utilizing cutting edge technologies to build rugged outdoor gear since 1973, back when Queen was putting out its first album. You just can’t go wrong with this classic brand. Its products are comfortable enough to wear all day and rugged enough to use all year. Philanthropic, eco-friendly, and dedicated to ensuring its factory workers have fair and safe workplaces, Timberland seeks excellence in all forms of business. It and was even listed in Outside magazine’s Best Places to Work 2010. Click through now to shop our collection of footwear including a range of low, mid, and high-top hiking boots by the progressive brand.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Grandmother of Conservation: Did you know? Outdoor enthusiasts seeking a reason for revelry today should celebrate the life of Margaret Thomas Murie, one of the most influential conservationists of the past 100 years. Born August 18 (that’s today!), 1902, Murie was a naturalist, author, and adventurer whose conservation work earned her the Audubon Medal, the John Muir Award, the title “Grandmother of the Conservation Movement” by both the Sierra Club and the Wilderness Society, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom—the highest civilian honor awarded by the United States. Even if you’re not familiar with Murie, you’ve probably heard of her work. Among other feats, she is responsible for the creation and subsequent doubling in size of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Murie passed away in 2003 but you can celebrate her birthday today by throwing on some John Denver. Renowned for their adventures in Alaska, she and her husband inspired him to write the ballad, “A Song For All Lovers.”