Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bur­ton: In 1977, Jake Bur­ton Car­pen­ter found­ed Bur­ton Snow­boards out of his barn in Ver­mont. Since then, the brand has inspired pow­der shred­ders world­wide through its ground­break­ing prod­uct lines, its team of vision­ary rid­ers, and its grass­roots efforts to spread the gospel of snow surf­ing. Click through now to shop hood­ies, tees, packs, and more.

 

 

 

 

OluKai: OluKai aims to con­nect peo­ple to some­thing beyond its prod­ucts, to his­to­ry, to com­mu­ni­ty, to their plan­et. The pre­mi­um lifestyle brand cre­ates func­tion­al, com­fort­able footwear that blends laid-back island style with mod­ern per­for­mance. Its prod­ucts are designed to cel­e­brate Poly­ne­sian cul­ture and man­u­fac­tured in a way that leaves the small­est foot­print pos­si­ble on Moth­er Earth. Shop the col­lec­tion of shoes and san­dals here at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

Goorin Bros.: The Goorin fam­i­ly has been out­fit­ting heads since 1895, when Cas­sel Goorin sold his first hat off a horse cart in Penn­syl­va­nia. The com­pa­ny was then tak­en over by his sons, who moved it out West. Today, Goorin Bros. is led by Cas­sel’s great grand­son, who crafts hats inspired by San Fran­cis­co’s rich artis­tic com­mu­ni­ty. Wear some his­to­ry on your head, with Goorin Bros. time­less hats, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

 

Capo: Capo is a pre­mier brand of inno­v­a­tive cycling appar­el and acces­sories. Its prod­ucts deliv­er tech­ni­cal per­for­mance, pro­gres­sive design, and proven qual­i­ty. It’s not dif­fi­cult to under­stand why: Pas­sion for the sport fuels the com­pa­ny. Which is why they only hire active cyclists. Click through now to shop the gear that backs it all up at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

Polar­max: There’s a notice­able bot­tom line with Polar­max base­lay­ers and it isn’t some­thing that will keep wear­ers sit­ting down: keep the prod­uct warm and the man­u­fac­tur­ing and ship­ping process green. Many of the company’s per­for­mance gar­ments are made from recy­cled yarns and fibers; it uses soy ink to print prod­uct infor­ma­tion on recy­cled paper; and it uses recy­clable pack­ag­ing for ship­ping. That’s a bot­tom line you can feel good about show­ing off. Today, we’ve got mois­ture-wick­ing, anti-micro­bial Polar­max base­lay­ers on sale at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

SOLE: SOLE cre­ates hap­py feet. Know­ing that there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all, SOLE Footbeds and San­dals cus­tom-mold to fit your unique foot­print. Fanat­i­cal atten­tion to detail through­out the design process ensures supe­ri­or fit and unri­valed ortho­pe­dic sup­port and com­fort. Shop our col­lec­tion here at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Route Herder: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 7(that’s today!), 1869, John Muir; nat­u­ral­ist, author, and advo­cate of preser­va­tion of wilder­ness in the Unit­ed States, made the first ascent of Cathe­dral Peak, an out­stand­ing gran­ite pin­na­cle in the Tuolumne Mead­ows area of Yosemite Nation­al Park. While work­ing as a sheep­herder for the sum­mer, Muir wan­dered to the base of the cliff and climbed to the sum­mit, alone, with­out the use of a rope. Most climbers to this day pre­fer to rope up for the final, airy bit of tech­ni­cal climb­ing on this route. Muir’s ascent is arguably the first 4th-class climb to be accom­plished any­where in the Sier­ra range.