Timex, Native, Body Up & More

Cred­it: Native

Wel­come back, Clym­bers. Thanks for spend­ing anoth­er hump day with us. Hope­ful­ly you’re load­ing up on some cel­e­bra­to­ry Vit­a­min C. (Read all the way to the bot­tom to find out why any­one would ever do some­thing like that.) The Clymb menu does­n’t include any­thing with Vit­a­min C but its loaded with good stuff today any­way. We’ve got expe­di­tion and dive-style watch­es from Timex, per­for­mance sun­glass­es from Native, and some real­ly sharp-look­ing Ital­ian-designed per­for­mance appar­el from Body Up.

Here’s what you’ll find in today’s event:

Timex: Altime­ter? Check. Barom­e­ter? Check. Com­pass and alarm? Check and check. Chrono­graph for log­ging a new per­son­al best? Check. A hun­dred years ago, the instru­men­ta­tion need­ed to access all this infor­ma­tion would fill a ruck­sack. The Timex WS4, designed for mod­ern-day alpine adven­tur­ers, keeps it all on your wrist. Get all the tech­nol­o­gy you’ll ever need and maybe even a lit­tle extra with the W4 and oth­er Timex Men’s and Women’s expe­di­tion and dive-style watch­es, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Native: When you call Native, Jeff Lenosky, hold­er of the World Record Bun­ny Hop (45.5 inch­es off the ground!) answers. Well, it’s a record­ing. But it’s still cool, which is what we’ve come to expect from the inno­va­tors of Native per­for­mance eye­wear. Native eye­wear is light, com­fort­able, and built tough enough to hold up through even the worst face plants. Pick up a pair today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Body Up: Designed in Italy and man­u­fac­tured in the USA, Body Up per­for­mance appar­el blends qual­i­ty and func­tion with style and ele­gance. The com­pa­ny uses the best func­tion­al threads avail­able to the mar­ket, mean­ing you’ll be more focused on how com­fort­able you are than on all the heads you’ll be turn­ing at the gym. Indulge your inner fash­ion-focused ath­lete with Wom­en’s Body Up appar­el, avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.


Ye All Be Scurvy Scoundrels: Did you know? Pirates did­n’t put limes in their rum because it made for a tasti­er cock­tail. They did it because limes con­tain vit­a­min C, which coun­ter­acts scurvy. In the past, scurvy was com­mon in sea-far­ing folk and any­one else deprived of fresh fruits and veg­eta­bles for long peri­ods of time. Real pirates did­n’t look like John­ny Depp. Most suf­fered from symp­toms of scurvy, which include pale skin, sunken eyes, loss of teeth, and bleed­ing gums. Scurvy still exists and while you prob­a­bly did­n’t know it, today is Inter­na­tion­al Scurvy Aware­ness Day. Break out the rum and limes. If your boss­es give you any guff just reply with your best “Aaaaaargh!”