Mem­bers, click through below for exclu­sive sav­ings on today’s fea­tured brands:

Out­door Research: Steel your nerves to drop into Corbett’s Couloir at Jack­son Hole know­ing that if you rag­doll the land­ing, this tech­ni­cal col­lec­tion from Out­door Research will at least keep you warm, dry, and ready for anoth­er chance.

686: If you’re play­ing the slots, 686 comes up short, but if you’re look­ing for snow­board out­er­wear, 686 hits the jack­pot. This col­lec­tion fea­tures Men’s and Women’s out­er­wear and more.

Freeski­er Mag­a­zine: Bring­ing Freeski­er Mag­a­zine into your home each month is like invit­ing a group of expert skiers to a pan­el dis­cus­sion about the best des­ti­na­tions, gear, and hottest trends in the sport. Get your sub­scrip­tion here.

Eurosock: The socks in this col­lec­tion com­bine a per­for­mance-dri­ven approach with a com­fort­able feel by blend­ing Old World Ital­ian crafts­man­ship with mod­ern syn­thet­ics so you can keep on rocking.



Woman Skis the Sev­en Sum­mitsDid you know? On Octo­ber 18th (that’s today!), 2006, Kit Deslau­ri­ers became the first per­son to com­plete ski descents from all of the Sev­en Sum­mits. Her quest began in 2004 when she became the first Amer­i­can and the first woman to ski from the sum­mit of Mt. McKin­ley. For the next two years, Deslau­ri­ers went on a full-on climb­ing and ski­ing assault of the world’s high­est peaks, which cul­mi­nat­ed today, at 11am, when she pushed off from the sum­mit of the world’s high­est peak, Mount Ever­est (29,029 feet).

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Fresh on the menu today:






686: If you’re play­ing the slots, 686 comes up short, but if you’re look­ing for out­er­wear, 686 is the jack­pot. Since 1992, this So-Cal brand has dealt out snowboard/skate appar­el inno­va­tions like they’re a black­jack deal­er in Vegas. Shop this col­lec­tion for Men’s and Women’s insu­lat­ed jack­ets, sweaters, and more!






Neff: Neff is the first authen­tic core surf, skate, and snow head­wear brand in the indus­try. It is now worn by the biggest names in action sports and sold in over 40 coun­tries— a pret­ty impres­sive feat by Shaun Neff, who found­ed the com­pa­ny just 10 years ago and says, “We are like a gum­ball machine, spit­ting out end­less fla­vors for the world to con­sume.” Get a taste today on the The Clymb with Neff head­wear, tech­ni­cal appar­el, and acces­sories at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.





Eider: Imag­ined, designed, and con­ceived in the heart of the French Alps, Eider brings to life fash­ion­able, tech­ni­cal, and ver­sa­tile moun­tain cloth­ing for demand­ing users. Work­ing close­ly with ath­letes and tech­ni­cal advi­sors, the icon­ic brand has kept a fin­ger on the alpine pulse since 1962. Fea­tur­ing down jack­ets, down vests, and pants at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.






Hur­ley: Hur­ley traces its roots back to the south­ern Cal­i­for­nia surf indus­try of the late 1970s. With deep roots in beach cul­ture, the brand designs prod­ucts to be a cel­e­bra­tion of the ocean, youth­ful vig­or, and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. Click through now to shop Men’s and Wom­en’s Hur­ley pants, tees, jack­ets, fleeces, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.






Shred Ready: Hel­mets, Gog­gles, Gloves, & More: We know what you’re day­dream­ing about while loung­ing pool­side: pow­der fields and pil­low lines, the pic­ture-per­fect kick­er, and face-shots galore. Moth­er Nature will rage soon enough. Stock up on what you need for when she does now with acces­sories from Swany, DAKINE, SPY, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.






Camp Com­forts: Your friends are bet­ter at explor­ing than plan­ning. Be pre­pared for their last-minute adven­ture invites with camp com­forts from top brands. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on sleep­ing pads, sleep­ing bags, cook­ware, tents, fire-starters, and more.


Worlds Largest Laun­dry Machine: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 18 (that’s today!), 1870, mem­bers of the Wash­burn-Lang­ford-Doane Expe­di­tion that sur­veyed the region that would lat­er become Yel­low­stone Nation­al Park, coined the name, “Old Faith­ful.” Shoot­ing up to 8,400 gal­lons of boil­ing water sky­wards at heights exceed­ing 185 feet, the geyser was­n’t orig­i­nal­ly a tourist attrac­tion. The now-icon­ic sym­bol of the Amer­i­can West first served as a laun­dry mat for ear­ly set­tlers. Sound crazy? It is! But it worked. The set­tlers would dump their laun­dry into the cav­ernous open­ing and wait for the pre­dictable blast of boil­ing water, which would both clean their cloth­ing and scat­ter it all over tarnation.




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Fresh on the menu today:




KEEN Women’s Footwear: KEEN footwear rev­o­lu­tion­ized water shoes in 2003 with the New­port San­dal. Their toe pro­tect­ing design had footwear com­pa­nies around the coun­try kick­ing them­selves say­ing, “Why didn’t we think of that?” Their expand­ed prod­uct line pro­vides hybrid shoes for those whose lifestyles are an inter­change­able blend of work and play. 

Shop KEEN Men’s Footwear here.

KEEN Bags: Be a con­sci­en­tious car­ri­er with the Sula tote made from repur­posed fab­ric scrap or the West­port recy­cled felt shoul­der bag. Regard­less of what you haul and how you pre­fer to haul it, KEEN bags and wal­lets will help you take a load off in style. Pick up a new KEEN bag or wal­let now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.




Gnu: Grand­mas­ter Flash is to hip-hop what Gnu is to snow­board­ing: ahead of their time. Gnu start­ed in the late 70’s, and in the snow­board world, that’s geezer sta­tus. But they’ve kept things fresh with urban-styled graph­ics and deep side­cuts for surf-like thrash­ing action. Gnu boards are still built in north­ern Wash­ing­ton. This col­lec­tion fea­tures some of their top-sell­ing boards and bind­ings at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.




Anon: When you’re bomb­ing down­hill on a waxed rock­et, vision mat­ters. Anon know this. They’ve been exe­cut­ing tech­ni­cal designs since 2001, and have become the trust­ed gog­gle of some of the top rid­ers in the world. So stop clos­ing your eyes and hop­ing for the best. Strap on a pair of these tech­ni­cal optics to see the dif­fer­ence. This col­lec­tion fea­tures an excel­lent selec­tion of their Men’s and Women’s designs. 





PROBAR: Hunger-destroy­ing bars made from all-nat­ur­al, 100% veg­an organ­ic ingre­di­ents, PROBAR prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of a brick in their bel­lies. Bring the raw food move­ment to the trail with cas­es of PROBAR, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.




ISIS: Fit is more than jut a num­ber on a size chart and true per­for­mance cloth­ing should be able to per­form, well, any­where. ISIS devel­ops per­for­mance cloth­ing designed to fit the bod­ies and lives of real women. Their clothes are soft, wrin­kle-resis­tant, and easy to care for, so you’ll look great whether you choose them for work or play. Browse now to find your new favorite clothing.





Roa­d­ID: You’re approach­ing Mach speed on your bike when sud­den­ly, dog! Now you’re lights out in a ditch. Roa­d­ID bracelets give your name and emer­gency con­tact and aller­gy infor­ma­tion to your res­cuers. Roa­d­ID appar­el lets your res­cuers instant­ly know your name, emer­gency con­tact info, and if you have any aller­gies. It’s this sim­ple pre­cau­tion that Edward Wim­mer, the founder of Roa­d­ID, decid­ed would help pro­tect the lives of cyclists or run­ners who are log­ging road­side miles in the dark or in traf­fic and are at risk of an acci­dent. Click through now for mem­bers-only sav­ing on RoadID.




ZOIC: You love to ride but don’t want techy clothes defin­ing your style. That’s how ZOIC feels. They’ve devel­oped clothes so you can roll in style, on your bike and off. Find your style here. This col­lec­tion fea­tures their pop­u­lar jer­seys, shorts, and more. Find the style for you here.



Camaro: Since 1974 the Aus­tria-based Camaro has pio­neered inno­va­tions in neo­prene, for wind­surf­ing, for div­ing, for white­wa­ter, and for many addi­tion­al water sports. With their attuned atten­tion to tai­lor­ing wet­suits to meet the exact spec­i­fi­ca­tions of the sport, they’ve become the lead­ing wet­suit man­u­fac­tur­er in Europe and have a strong glob­al influ­ence. With the wet­suits, rash­guards, and more in this col­lec­tion you can stay warm even when you enter frigid waters.




686: If you’re play­ing the slots, 686 comes up short, but if you’re look­ing for out­er­wear, 686 is the jack­pot. Since 1992, this So-Cal brand has dealt out snowboard/skate appar­el inno­va­tions like they’re a black­jack deal­er in Vegas. Shop this col­lec­tion for Men’s and Women’s insu­lat­ed jack­ets, sweaters, and more!



Kali Pro­tec­tives: When founder Brad Wal­dron grew tired of doing aero­nau­tic engi­neer work on F‑18 Fight­er Jets and Stealth Bombers, he direct­ed his skills towards his passion–biking. Now he’s pio­neer­ing new tech­nolo­gies by fus­ing met­al com­pos­ites to cre­ate bombproof hel­mets and pro­tec­tive gear. Pro­tect your­self with this fine col­lec­tion of down­hill and moun­tain bike helmets.



Lone­ly Plan­et: From remote vil­lages to bustling cities, Lone­ly Plan­et trav­el guides pro­vide inde­pen­dent, on-the-ground analy­sis of the best places on the plan­et to vis­it. Today, The Clymb is proud to offer an exten­sive col­lec­tion of guides to open your world to exploration.




The World’s Loud­est Sound: Did you know?

On August 27th (that’s today!), 1883, the vol­canic Indone­sian island of Kraka­toa unleashed its fury in a series of four gar­gan­tu­an explo­sions that made what is to this day, the loud­est sound in record­ed his­to­ry. Nev­er mind the ash plume that rock­et­ed 50 miles into the atmos­phere, or the shock waves that trav­eled around the earth sev­en times, Kraka­toa takes the cake for ear­split­ting explo­sions. Sci­en­tists say it was like 200 Mega­tons of dyna­mite. Any­one with­in ten miles of the blast went deaf. Ships in the Sun­da Strait con­tend­ed with 100ft tsuna­mi waves and the sailors’ eardrums rup­tured. The rain of hot ash and pumice on deck con­vinced many sailors they were under attack, and they were, by a pres­sure wave cre­at­ed by the final explo­sion that sped away from the blast at 675mph. The sound was mis­tak­en as can­non fire in the Indi­an Ocean, on the small island of Rodrigues, 3,000 miles away.