Stöckli Skis, Orage Outerwear, Topo Designs, and Optic Nerve

 

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Stöckli: For the past 75 years the Swiss brand Stöck­li has defined them­selves by mak­ing a lim­it­ed pro­duc­tion of the high­est qual­i­ty, hand-built skis. Their atten­tion to detail and empha­sis on exe­cut­ing their inno­v­a­tive designs allow them to build dynam­i­cal­ly respon­sive skis that have earned inter­na­tion­al acclaim. Here’s your chance to buy the lim­it­ed-pro­duc­tion pow­der and park skis from Switzerland’s finest.

 

 

 

 

 

Orage: In the late 1980s, Eve­lyn Trempe, a col­lege stu­dent, began mak­ing water­proof ski out­er­wear designed to blur the lines between tech­ni­cal and fash­ion­able gear. She didn’t know it at the time, but her brand was des­tined to define the look of the new school ski­ing move­ment. Orage con­tin­ues to push the bound­aries of moun­tain fash­ion by offer­ing prod­ucts designed to keep snows­port enthu­si­asts warm, dry, com­fort­able, and most impor­tant­ly, look­ing like no one else around. Today at The Clymb, we’re excit­ed to offer Men’s and Women’s Orage outerwear.

 

 

 

 

 

Topo Designs: Just like a topo­graph­ic map depict­ing the fea­tures of a moun­tain, the line between art and func­tion­al­i­ty is indis­tin­guish­able with the prod­ucts from Topo Designs. All of their gear is made in their L.E.E.D. cer­ti­fied build­ing in the heart of the Col­orado Rock­ies with the same focus on sim­ple, func­tion­al, and beau­ti­ful gear. The mul­ti-pur­pose moun­tain bag in this col­lec­tion exem­pli­fies their passion.

 

 

 

 

Optic Nerve: The days of awe­some East­wood glares are gone. With a pair of polar­ized lens­es from Optic Nerve, you can watch with­out squint­ing as your friends pull good, bad, and ugly tricks on snow or water. The polar­ized lens­es block 99.9% of harm­ful UV rays, ensur­ing crys­tal clear clar­i­ty, pre­mier strength, dura­bil­i­ty, and world-class impact resistance.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Mayflower Sets Sail: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 16th (that’s today!), 1620, the Mayflower depart­ed Ply­mouth, Eng­land bound for North Amer­i­ca. The 102 pas­sen­gers aboard were Eng­lish and Dutch Sep­a­ratists seek­ing free­dom in the new land from reli­gious per­se­cu­tion. The 66-day jour­ney faced sav­age seas and the cap­tain, Christo­pher Jones, con­sid­ered return­ing to Eng­land. Storms pushed them far north of their intend­ed Vir­ginia des­ti­na­tion, and they final­ly land­ed in Mass­a­chu­setts in late Novem­ber well into the harsh New Eng­land winter.