Mem­bers, click through below for exclu­sive sav­ings on dai­ly deals. Today we’re featuring:







Gib­bon: The slack­line orig­i­nat­ed in Yosemite Val­ley as a way for climbers to pass the time when they weren’t scal­ing rocks. Whether you slack for kicks or an adren­a­line rush, Gib­bon has the line for you.








Lib Tech & Gnu: Have you tried Banana Tech­nol­o­gy yet? The reversed cam­ber geom­e­try makes it feel like you’re a cat on a tram­po­line, ready to pounce. Fea­tur­ing snow­boards from Lib Tech and Gnu.






Bill­abong Snow: It’s only nat­ur­al that a com­pa­ny with an engrained surf her­itage would bring their pas­sion for carv­ing to the snow. Keep toasty-warm in the white with the jack­ets and hood­ies in this collection.







ALPS Moun­taineer­ing: Great gear does­n’t have to break the bank, which is why ALPS Moun­taineer­ing designs durable, qual­i­ty prod­ucts at afford­able prices. Fea­tur­ing cots, sleep­ing pads, camp chairs, and more.






SABRE: Influ­enced by every­thing from 50s clas­sics to 80s surf and skate, SABRE has a deep respect for roots and a sol­id intu­ition for the up-and-com­ing. Fea­tur­ing hip, styl­ish gog­gles by the design-dri­ven brand.







tasc Per­for­mance: Bam­boo is the new fiber in active wear. Com­fort­able, quick dry­ing, and total­ly sus­tain­able, it’s a nat­ur­al alter­na­tive to poly­ester but does not cap­ture and retain smell. Shop this col­lec­tion now.







Sier­ra Designs: Since 1965, inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts have helped Sier­ra Designs to become one of the most renowned brands in the out­door indus­try. Fea­tur­ing sleep­ing bags and day­packs at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.




Pride And Preva­lence: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 25 (that’s today!), 1804, the famous Lewis and Clark expe­di­tion near­ly came to a screech­ing halt when they encoun­tered a large par­ty of Teton Sioux war­riors that demand­ed a toll of tobac­co before allow­ing the expe­di­tion par­ty to head upriv­er. Out­num­bered and out­matched, the expe­di­tion mem­bers agreed to sup­ply the Teton with some tobac­co. The chief waved his well-armed war­riors off, and the expe­di­tion team con­tin­ued on their way, more than like­ly avoid­ing what would have been a dead­ly end to one of the great­est expe­di­tions of all time.