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

Bon­fire: Shred­ding a rail is cool. Shred­ding your clothes is not. Good thing Bonfire’s cloth­ing is “Tai­lored to Destroy,” built to with­stand cringe-wor­thy rag­dolls. Today we’re fea­tur­ing jack­ets, pants, and more.

Mil­let Packs & Appar­el: Rein­hold Mess­ner was the first man to climb to the sum­mit of Ever­est with­out the use of an oxy­gen mask. One thing he did­n’t leave behind was his Mil­let back­pack! See our col­lec­tion here.


C.A.M.P.: Some of us draw inspi­ra­tion from gaz­ing at the moun­tains. Oth­ers climb them. This col­lec­tion of moun­taineer­ing gear from C.A.M.P. will out­fit you to scale the sum­mits. Shop now!


Kel­ty: Take your Sat­ur­day night pop­corn and board games camp­ing on a peak or in the park, with sleep­ing bags and packs from Kel­ty, the active fam­i­ly experts.


Zoot: By water, foot, and bike, you need seri­ous racewear that can endure your moti­va­tion. This col­lec­tion of com­pres­sion shorts, tights, and more has won over triath­letes for the past 25 years.


Hi-Tec: An inno­va­tor of rugged, durable footwear, Hi-Tec changed the game when they invent­ed the light­weight hik­ing boot cat­e­go­ry. Today’s col­lec­tion includes boots and sandals.



Deep Sea Mon­ster Caught! Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 30th (that’s today!), 2004, researchers from Japan’s Nation­al Sci­ence Muse­um cap­tured the first images of a giant squid in its nat­ur­al habi­tat. The researchers dis­cov­ered the squids’ quar­ry 600 miles off the coast of Japan, deep in the cold and shad­owy depths of the Pacif­ic. Their pho­tographs of the 16-foot squid did not lay to rest the ages of folk­lore dat­ing back to the ancient Greeks about these mas­sive ‘sea mon­sters.’ The sci­en­tists spec­u­late that giant squid can grow upward of 60ft. but no one has ever dis­cov­ered a spec­i­men that large, yet.


Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:




Bon­fire: Year-round snow­board­ing on the glac­i­ers of Mt. Hood has its pros and cons. Pro: It’s awe­some. Con: Your clothes take a beat­ing. That’s why for a quar­ter of a cen­tu­ry, Ore­gon-based Bon­fire has been mak­ing appar­el that’s “Tai­lored to Destroy,” built to with­stand cringe-wor­thy rag­dolls. Shop the Men’s and Women’s jack­ets, pants, fleece, and more in this col­lec­tion to keep you going all year long.




Drag­on: Founder Will Howard breathed the fire of life into Drag­on in a garage in Capo Beach, CA in 1993. Beau­ty built for abuse, Drag­on sun­glass­es fea­ture styl­ish­ly inde­pen­dent design and rugged build that stems from Howard’s pas­sion for action sports. Free your inner myth­i­cal beast by wear­ing Drag­on sun­glass­es or gog­gles, avail­able today on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.





Nin­ja Suits: By day, you bust Kung-Fu airs off kick­ers. By night, you sneak back­flips off rooftops. No one will sus­pect you’re wear­ing the one-piece Nin­ja Suit until you start post­ing pho­tos on the Inter­net. Keep the cold out and the awe­some in with the Men’s and Women’s Nin­ja Suits fea­tured in this collection.





“Spi­der-Man” Scales Lithuan­ian Land­mark: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 1st (that’s today!), 2006, Alain Robert climbed to the top of Lithuania’s tallest build­ing, the Europa Tow­er. The urban-climb­ing dare­dev­il is nick­named, “The French Spi­der-Man” for his free-solo ascents of icon­ic build­ings around the world. For the Europa Tow­er, Robert donned a black suit and climbed to the obser­va­tion deck that is 374 feet up the build­ing, while a crowd gath­ered in the plaza below to cheer him on.