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.
IN OTHER NEWS:
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!”