Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Niki­ta: Niki­ta is an Ice­landic cloth­ing brand that designs street-inspired appar­el, out­er­wear, and swim­suits for girls who ride. Found­ed in a small skate shop in Reyk­javik in 2000, the brand’s designs are now fea­tured in some 1,500 stores in over 30 coun­tries. The ladies behind Niki­ta proud­ly eschew trend fore­casts that pre­dict pop­u­lar col­ors or cuts. They just make what they like to wear and offer it to the world. Fea­tur­ing tees, hood­ies, biki­nis, and more.

News­stand: Click through to pick up sub­scrip­tions to some of our favorite out­door mag­a­zines at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices. If you don’t do it for your­self, do it for your cof­fee table. A pile of iPads will nev­er look as good sit­ting on it.

Fea­tured magazines:

SUP: SUP fea­tures illu­mi­nat­ing pho­tog­ra­phy and sto­ries that high­light the lifestyle, des­ti­na­tions, and equip­ment that make stand-up pad­dle­board­ing one of the fastest-grow­ing sports in the world.

Bike: Bike cel­e­brates all things moun­tain bik­ing. Fea­tur­ing beau­ti­ful pho­to spreads and com­pelling sto­ry­telling about emerg­ing trends, the lat­est gear, and the world’s great­est destinations.

Canoe & Kayak: Canoe & Kayak is the #1 pad­dle­sports resource for canoe­ing, kayak­ing, and white­wa­ter raft­ing. Learn the lat­est pad­dling tech­niques and enjoy great pho­tog­ra­phy and expert gear reviews.


Our Biggest Sale Ever: Our biggest sale of all time con­tin­ues! Tens of thou­sands of prod­ucts. Up to 90% off retail. You may have to push some peo­ple over to make room.


Sacred City, Found: Did you know? On July 24 (that’s today!), 1911, with the help of indige­nous Quechua farm­ers, Amer­i­can arche­ol­o­gist and trea­sure hunter Hiram Bing­ham found the Quechua citadel of Machu Pic­chu. Though the icon­ic ruins were hard­ly a dis­cov­ery in the lit­er­al sense, Bing­ham was the first to share the place with the world. He announced his ‘find’ in a best-sell­ing book that tick­led the imag­i­na­tion of tourists, who began to flock to Peru in droves. The name Machu Pic­cu is Quechan for ‘Old Peak.’