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Teva: Teva works with nonprofit conservation organizations to help keep the world’s liquid playgrounds clean. For every pair of Teva shoes sold, the company protects a linear foot of global waterways in rivers, lakes, and oceans. In 2012, the company will steward something in the neighborhood of 4.4 million linear feet. Support a great company and a great cause with Men’s and Women’s Teva footwear, available now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing!
Rock Ready: Your forearms are pumped. Your leg is doing the Elvis shake. Browse this collection of climbing gear from top brands, like Five Ten, Revolution, Primo, and others before you take that screamer. Today’s collection features climbing shoes, crash pads, chalk, chalk bags, and a whole lot more!
Bamboo Bottle Company: Bamboo Bottle Company designs durable, insulated, BPA-free bottles with a sleek bamboo exterior. The easily removable, dishwasher-safe, glass interior is made from completely natural substances and able to withstand active outdoor lifestyles. Warning: Not Panda Proof.
Bergans of Norway: Bergans of Norway is a name to trust. Since 1934, they have designed products that revolutionize expeditions. Their founder, Ole F. Bergans, invented the first external frame rucksack. They’ve applied that innovative spirit to their apparel, canoes, tents, sleeping bags, and more. Today’s collection features Men’s and Women’s down jackets.
Falcon Guides: That dog-eared Falcon Guide in your pack is more than a book; it’s a friend. It’s saved your butt more times than you care to admit. Since 1979, the authoritative publisher has printed over 700 titles covering the entire spectrum of activities in America’s wilderness gems. Get the low-down on a new locale now!
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. So go ahead, stare at the world without the glare.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Balloon Over the Alps: Did you know?
On August 21 (that’s today!), 1972, Don Cameron and Mark Yarry became the first people to fly a hot air balloon over the Alps. The pair launched from Zermatt, Switzerland, and piloted their balloon, the Cumulo Nimbus, to 17,798ft over some of the highest peaks in the Alps, including Monte Rosa and the Matterhorn. Their voyage ended 36 miles away in the small, pastoral town of Biella, Italy, where thousands of residents swarmed to congratulate the balloonists on their accomplishment.