Big Agnes’ Zipperless Fishhook Tent

The only guar­an­tee when enter­ing the back­coun­try of Glac­i­er Nation­al Park is you need to be pre­pared for any­thing. It can snow in August. It can rain in a drought. A griz­zly could pop up from the thick­ets at any moment, and you might end up hik­ing a lot far­ther than you intended. 

With the rev­o­lu­tion­ary Fish­hook tent, you’ll be ready for it. This tent elim­i­nates weight by doing away with a major pain point in tents since the dawn of time. The zip­per. It’s gone. No more bulk. No more cost. No more noise. The alter­na­tive is hooks that attach to cord loops beneath a storm flap. It still keeps the rain and bugs out with a has­sle-free, clean clo­sure. Like tra­di­tion­al back­pack­ing tents, you can still close the tent on the inside and on the out­side mak­ing it not all that dif­fer­ent than a tra­di­tion­al door.

Where the zip­per­less door tru­ly shines though, is in the weight. This ultra light two-per­son tent has a trail weight of 3lbs. and 3 ounces. Com­bine that with eight stor­age pock­ets, near­ly ver­ti­cal side­walls, and ample floor space and you’ve got your­self an ultra light­weight tent that lets you be pre­pared for what­ev­er the wild coun­try throws at you. 

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


Bertuc­ci: Bertuc­ci blends vin­tage tra­di­tions with mod­ern sophis­ti­ca­tion. Water­proof up to 328 feet and housed in a tita­ni­um case, the field watch­es fea­tured in this col­lec­tion look good tak­ing abuse.

Body Up: Cre­at­ed for the fash­ion-mind­ed ath­lete, Body Up per­for­mance appar­el blends qual­i­ty and func­tion with style and ele­gance. Their col­lec­tions are designed in Italy and man­u­fac­tured in the Unit­ed States.


JanS­port: Big­ger, bad­der rel­a­tives to what you wore to school, these JanS­port tech­ni­cal packs are the prod­uct of over forty years of hard­core R & D in the bru­tal Cas­cade Range. Make your move. They won’t last long.

Tur­tle Fur: Tur­tle Fur is nes­tled in the heart of the Green Moun­tains of Ver­mont and has been keep­ing peo­ple warm and cozy with their cre­ative, inno­v­a­tive, light-heart­ed head and neck wear for 30 years.


CytoSport: Mak­ers of pop­u­lar nutri­tion­al prod­ucts such as Cytomax and Mus­cle Milk (both of which we’re fea­tur­ing in this sale), CytoSport is the lead­ing name in ath­let­ic per­for­mance fuel.

Big Agnes: Hav­ing trou­ble falling asleep? Don’t count sheep. Count all of the awards Big Agnes has won over the years. Shop this col­lec­tion of tents, pads, sleep­ing bags, and more to cozy up with the best.

Mem­bers, gear up for adven­ture at any elevation!

For $100, you could bel­ly up to a three-course meal at your favorite restau­rant. Or you could flesh out your clos­et here with pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal appar­el by top brands like Show­ers Pass, Hold­en, and Technica.

Men’s Under $100 | Wom­en’s Under $100 | Gear Under $100

For $50, you could bet your friend that he can’t prove his lat­est boast. Or you could sit back and indulge his tall tales know­ing that you’re per­fect­ly con­tent tak­ing the high road—in some pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal appar­el by top brands like Drag­on and Vaude.

Men’s Under $50 | Wom­en’s Under $50 | Gear Under $50


For $25, you could take a friend to the new big-bud­get block­buster. Or you could stay home and score pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal appar­el from top brands like Hur­ley, DVS, and Out­door Research from The Clymb. Stick with Net­flix tonight to enable a larg­er-than-life adven­ture sto­ry of your own later.

Men’s Under $25 | Wom­en’s Under $25 | Gear Under $25

For over $100, you could buy a new tele­vi­sion to watch the Dis­cov­ery chan­nel in High Def­i­n­i­tion. Or you could go out­side and dis­cov­er some­thing in the res­o­lu­tion of real­i­ty with pre­mi­um gear by top brands like Big Agnes, March Brown, and Brooks England.

Men’s Over $100 | Wom­en’s Over $100 | Gear Over $100

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Clymb Adven­tures: Deliv­er­ing trav­el expe­ri­ences across the globe at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices. Our trav­el experts con­nect you to the very best tour oper­a­tors to Ever­est Base Camp, moun­tain bik­ing in Moab, climb­ing in Smith Rock, and more.






Big Agnes: Big Agnes is a small, Col­orado com­pa­ny that dreams big. With their award win­ning prod­ucts, their social respon­si­bil­i­ty, and their com­mit­ment to envi­ron­men­tal non-prof­its, they’re the peren­ni­al front-run­ners in Back­pack­er mag­a­zine’s Best Of Gear Guide. Find out why they’re the moth­er of comfort.





Hot Chillys: There’s a par­ty in your pants and everybody’s invit­ed with Hot Chillys base­lay­ers. The #1 sell­ing base­lay­er in Amer­i­ca blends south of the bor­der soul with win­ter moun­tain per­for­mance to heat things up when the tem­per­a­ture drops. Find your inner fies­ta with these per­for­mance base­lay­er tops and bottoms.






2XU: 2XU is fast becom­ing the most tech­ni­cal per­for­mance sports brand on the plan­et. Worn by mul­ti­ple world cham­pi­ons, endorsed by sports insti­tu­tions the world over, and praised by pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes from all dis­ci­plines, 2XU under­stands what is need­ed to be the best. Today’s col­lec­tion includes com­pres­sion tops and bot­toms and more.





Arbor: What hap­pens when artistry meets envi­ron­men­tal­ism on a jury-rigged skate ramp in some grit­ty alley behind a west-Venice gro­cery store? Arbor hap­pens. What hap­pens when The Clymb offers Men’s and Wom­en’s Arbor appar­el for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing? You buy it today and feel great about rock­ing some awe­some, fash­ion­able duds that sup­port a refresh­ing­ly pro­gres­sive brand, that’s what hap­pens. 






Salomon Socks: The mighty Dolomite Moun­tain region in north­ern Italy is a renowned alpine mec­ca for skiers, moun­tain bik­ers, BASE jumpers, hik­ers, climbers, and peak-peep­ers of all shapes and sizes. But it’s also known for some­thing else: socks. Salomon per­for­mance socks are designed and knit­ted in the Dolomites, where test­ing prod­uct is as fun as it is pro­duc­tive. Today on The Clymb we’re hap­py to offer a lit­tle taste of out­door Italy, with Salomon Men’s and Women’s per­for­mance run, bike and snow socks, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.


Triathlon Race Wear: The gun fires. Ahead lies the course: some 25 kilo­me­ters of pain that must be over­come by foot and arm and bike. Behind, the com­pe­ti­tion is clos­ing the gap. Maybe it wasn’t such a good deci­sion to wear a track­suit. Don’t let night­mare gear turn into a rude wake­up call in the midst of a race. Click through now to pick up your dream gear before it’s all gone.


Dar­win Spies Gala­pa­gos: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 15th (that’s today!), 1835, the famous Eng­lish nat­u­ral­ist Charles Dar­win first spied the Gala­pa­gos Arch­i­pel­ago. His ship, the HMS Bea­gle, was on a five-year voy­age to study the flo­ra, fau­na, and geol­o­gy of the islands and coast­lines of South Amer­i­ca. Darwin’s notes and obser­va­tions of the vari­ety of unique finch species on the Gala­pa­gos Islands led him to dis­cov­er his the­o­ry of evo­lu­tion that he out­lined in his sem­i­nal work, The Ori­gin of Species.


From back­yard cam­pouts when we were kids to week­ends spent rough­ing it under the stars as adults, camp­ing is one of those uni­ver­sal expe­ri­ences. Whether you camp out to dis­con­nect from the world or recon­nect with nature, every­one has a camp­ing sto­ry: the first time you slept under the stars, the scari­est camp­fire tale you ever heard, or the time you for­got that crit­i­cal gear that almost ruined the whole trip.

Hope­ful­ly, you’ll be com­plete­ly pre­pared for your next camp­ing adven­ture after shop­ping our new Camp Out event fea­tur­ing Slum­ber­jack, GoLite, Kel­ty, Sier­ra Designs, Cole­man Meals, Big Agnes, Alite, Alps Moun­tain, Esbit, ICON, and Nemo.

Blue­bird days are com­ing and we’ve got anoth­er bun­dle of brands in our Shines So Bright eye­wear event fea­tur­ing gog­gles and sun­glass­es from Kaenon, O’Neill, Uvex, VonZip­per and more of your favorites to keep your eyes pro­tect­ed on your next out­door adventure.

You’re more than wel­come to camp out on our Face­book page today and share your most mem­o­rable camp­ing expe­ri­ence, but there’s a small catch. Stop by for details.

You can shop both of these epic mul­ti-brand events with our lim­it­ed time $4.98 ship­ping; while adding a The Clymb tee to your order means the whole thing ships for free.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to our I Wish I Was There Action Pho­to win­ner, Jes­si­ca . This pho­to received the most votes and earned her $50 to The Clymb!

You can vote on your favorite land­scape pho­to begin­ning today on Face­book. Vot­ing ends Fri­day 2/10 at mid­night EST.

Also Fea­tured This Week:

 The Min­i­mal­ist Way With VIVOBAREFOOT Plus Coal and PROBAR

Novem­ber is Nation­al Child Safe­ty Month, wide­ly rec­og­nized by par­ent­ing groups and safe­ty coun­cils as a time to raise aware­ness for child safe­ty at home, school, and play. We thought it would be the per­fect time to fea­ture some of our favorite kids gear to keep your chil­dren safe, warm, and pro­tect­ed. Just For Kids fea­tures Kel­ty kid car­ri­ers, Klean Kan­teen BPA-free water bot­tles, Fush­ion kid climb­ing har­ness­es, and Big Agnes sleep­ing bags. Now’s the per­fect time to stock on kid gear before the hol­i­days. Every­thing in this event is avail­able to mem­bers at up to 60% off.


Detours makes stur­dy, styl­ish, and sim­ple bike pan­niers for a short trip to the store or a cross-con­ti­nen­tal tour. Out­fit your com­muter or cruis­er at up to 60% below retail now.

We’ve still got a rock­ing clymb­ing event going on: big sav­ings on some of your favorite brands like Arc’teryx, Push­er, and more. And for you cyclists, Canari apparel.

Lat­er today we’ll be announc­ing the win­ners in our Clymb T‑Shirt con­test. We can’t wait to give away some Clymb cred­its! Also, stayed tune for tomor­row’s Movem­ber Week 3 post. Things are get­ting hairy! Until then, you can find us on Face­book or Twit­ter if you have questions.