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

Carve Designs: Carve Designs was born from a desire to offer female surfers beach­wear alter­na­tives to ill-fit­ting board­shorts. The brand’s aes­thet­ic is fem­i­nine, flat­ter­ing, with a hint of sexy. Shop the selec­tion here.

Matix: Time­less styling and qual­i­ty fab­rics don’t mean a thing if your clothes dis­in­te­grate when you scor­pi­on on the con­crete. Matix durable fash­ion-for­ward gar­ments wel­come repeat­ed hard spills.

Back­coun­try Blades: You’re no Mac­Gyver. It’ll take more to fix your back­pack than that raisin and a tooth­pick. Find the right tools to get any job done any­where. Fea­tur­ing Ger­ber, Ker­shaw, and more.

Haul It All: Boots? Check. Jack­et? Check. iPad? Why not. Pack what you need for every­day adven­ture or week­end get­aways with this col­lec­tion of lug­gage, bags, and couri­ers. Fea­tur­ing Eagle Creek, Sher­pani, and more.

Men’s Fall Appar­el: 90s grunge style has come and gone, but flan­nel is here to stay. Keep it rock­ing with these time­less flan­nels, shorts, and col­lared shirts from top brands like Gram­ic­ci, ExOf­fi­cio, Mer­rell, and more.

Wom­en’s Fall Appar­el: When the urge strikes for a post-work bike ride or for carv­ing long­board turns in the moon­light, these ver­sa­tile designs from Sher­pa, Mer­rell, ExOf­fi­cio, and more will keep you going deep into the night.



Muir Sum­mits the High Sier­ras: Did you know? On Octo­ber 21st (that’s today!) the leg­endary nat­u­ral­ist and con­ser­va­tion­ist John Muir made his first suc­cess­ful sum­mit of the high­est peak in the con­ti­nen­tal U.S., Mount Whit­ney. He set out by him­self from the town of Inde­pen­dence, and climbed into the alpine. There was no wood to build a fire, so he “danced” to keep from freez­ing. Instead of danc­ing all night, he decid­ed to begin climb­ing direct­ly up the east face for warmth in the ear­ly morn­ing. He said his “well-sea­soned legs enjoyed the 9,000 feet on his direct approach” to the rooftop of the country.


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Fresh on the menu today:


High­gear: Born in the heart of the Appalachi­ans, High­gear designs intu­itive tools for you to explore the back­coun­try. Since 1999, they’ve pro­vid­ed the use­ful func­tions you need with­out the added expense of fea­tures you hard­ly ever use. The altime­ters, barom­e­ters, and chronome­ters embed­ded in each of the watch­es in this col­lec­tion will help keep your bear­ings in the backcountry.


Carve Designs: 
Carve Designs cre­ates beach-inspired appar­el for active women. Root­ed in the desire to offer female surfers beach­wear alter­na­tives to ill-fit­ting board­shorts, the brand’s designs are fem­i­nine, flat­ter­ing, with a hint of sexy. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on lifestyle appar­el from the pro­gres­sive brand.



Fil­trate Eye­wear: 
Fil­trate Eye­wear was found­ed in 2003 by two surfers who believed that qual­i­ty shades should­n’t break the bank. Embody­ing youth­ful counter-cul­ture and trend-for­ward design, Fil­trate’s afford­able pro­tec­tive sun­glass­es look sharp and can take a sav­age beat­ing. Don’t miss our col­lec­tion from the pro­gres­sive brand.



Ohana Pad­dle­boards: Rus­sell Coble is a sea­soned water­man and Robert Reed a con­sum­mate crafts­man, so it only makes sense that the two life­long friends joined forces in south­ern Cal­i­for­nia in 1996 to cre­ate Ohana Pad­dle­boards. Their high-per­for­mance designs have won all the major pad­dle board races, includ­ing the World Championships.



Surf­ing and Surfer Mag­a­zines: 
These two mag­a­zines high­light the art of surf­ing. Their fea­ture arti­cles give you a taste for the lifestyles and locales that define the cul­ture of the sport. Every time you open the mag­a­zine you feel like you’re step­ping onto the beach, feel­ing the sand between your toes, and siz­ing up the incom­ing swell. A year’s sub­scrip­tion will keep you in the know.



On Her Own Breath: Did you know?

On August 23 (that’s today!), 2011, Aus­tri­an moun­taineer Ger­linde Kaltenbrun­ner sum­mit­ed K2 to become the first woman in the world to stand atop all of the four­teen 8,000-meter peaks with­out sup­ple­men­tal oxy­gen. Most climbers use oxy­gen above 8,000 meters because the human body can­not pro­duce enough hemo­glo­bin in the blood­stream to accli­ma­tize to that ele­va­tion. Var­i­ous forms of high alti­tude sick­ness set in, result­ing in dizzi­ness, extreme fatigue, rasp­ing breath, poor mus­cu­lar coor­di­na­tion, and with pro­longed expo­sure, death. For this rea­son, moun­taineers call it the “Death Zone,” and Kaltenbrun­ner entered the Death Zone six times on unsuc­cess­ful attempts on K2, which is con­sid­ered the most dif­fi­cult of the 14 peaks to climb, before her suc­cess­ful sum­mit bid.



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Carve Designs

Fresh on the menu today:

Gib­bon Slack­lines: Just because you string a line between some boul­ders then try to walk across it peo­ple say you’re imbal­anced. They couldn’t be more wrong. Whether you slack between trees or rocks, over grass or the open ocean, Gib­bon has the line for you. New to the sport? The com­pa­ny also offers instruc­tion­al media to help you get start­ed. Sum­mer is almost here. What are you wait­ing for? Today we’re offer­ing mem­bers exclu­sive pric­ing on a large selec­tion of Gib­bon lines and DVDs.

Carve Designs: Carve Designs cre­ates beach-inspired appar­el for active women. Root­ed in the desire to offer female surfers beach­wear alter­na­tives to ill-fit­ting board­shorts, the brand’s designs are fem­i­nine, flat­ter­ing, with a hint of sexy. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on lifestyle appar­el from the pro­gres­sive brand.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: KAVU, POC, Cycling Acces­sories, Gre­go­ry, Skull­can­dy, Free­wa­tersFather’s Day GiftsVolta­icMen’s FootwearWom­en’s FootwearRun­ning Acces­sories, Hydra­Pak, SABRE, Free­hub Mag­a­zine2XUMen’s Run & Tri Sup­pliesWom­en’s Run, Gym, & Tri, & Men’s Tees & Shorts


Ape on Wire: Did you know? A real gib­bon would walk a Gib­bon slack­line with no prob­lem what­so­ev­er. Like simi­an tightrope walk­ers, the acro­bat­ic ani­mals use their long arms to bal­ance while run­ning along thin branch­es high up in the trees. They’ve also been known to leap up to 30 feet between trees in a sin­gle jump, not some­thing we rec­om­mend attempt­ing regard­less of how good you are at slacklining.

Over 20 years ago, col­lege stu­dent Eve­lyn Trempe’s water­proof ski out­er­wear was the start of a brand that would define the look of the new school ski­ing move­ment. Today, shop a selec­tion of Orage pants, jack­ets, base­lay­ers and more, that will keep you warm, dry, and look­ing like no one else.


We’re also fea­tur­ing a Wom­en’s Spe­cif­ic event to cel­e­brate the ener­gy and adven­tur­ous spir­it of women every­where. Shop some of our favorite brands includ­ing Carve Designs, the vision of two female surfers who set out to make women’s water sport appar­el that was func­tion­al, fem­i­nine, and flat­ter­ing; Sher­pani, whose bags are as bold­ly fresh and unique as the women they’re designed for, and more.

This may be a spe­cial Sat­ur­day event, but you’ll still get free ship­ping if you add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order.

Also Fea­tured This Week:

Get to Know Our Mil­lionth Member

Cloud­veil, KAVU, and Cycle Into Spring

Slack Like You Mean It With Gib­bon, Plus Ses­sions, Gravis, and Coal

Action Packed. Sec­tor 9, DVS, Space­craft, and Matix

It’s always fun wel­com­ing a new brand to The Clymb and today we’re doing just that as well as wel­com­ing back a favorite.

Start­ing at 9am PST today, mem­bers will receive exclu­sive pric­ing on the fol­low­ing brands. Please be sure to check the pro­duc­t’s descrip­tion for its esti­mat­ed deliv­ery date:

Matix: Found­ed by pro skaters Dae­won Song and Tim Gavin, Matix makes clothes that rep­re­sent open-mind­ed lifestyles ded­i­cat­ed to the cause of progress. Now score men’s and wom­en’s out­er­wear, pants, shirts, tees, bean­ies and more. Shop the selec­tion for men here and women here.

Pho­to cour­tesy of

Carve Designs: Wom­en’s capris, sweats, tanks & tops inspired by the surf and designed for opti­mal fit to look great any­where you take them. You can view the selec­tion here.

There’s still time to save on Lole activewear, Impe­r­i­al Motion appar­el, Coal head­wear, Cushe footwear, and Swiftwick socks. And the pur­chase of a Clymb tee qual­i­fies your whole order for shipping.

What start­ed as two women surfers/athletes, tired of try­ing to find women board­shorts that actu­al­ly fit like they were made for women, has become an active appar­el com­pa­ny pro­vid­ing high qual­i­ty tech­ni­cal water sports and lifestyle appar­el. Shop a selec­tion of wom­en’s appar­el from Carve Designs at up to 55% off now.

Aladdin cre­ates unique food and bev­er­age solu­tions that fit your lifestyle. We’re hap­py to offer a selec­tion of their sus­tain­able, high­ly func­tion­al, and beau­ti­ful­ly designed water bot­tles at up to 60% off. Clymb mem­bers can shop the Aladdin event here.

It’s the mid­dle of the week, and that means you can shop the events above, plus still have time to shop our Teva, Evolv, Teko, Sier­ra Designs, and Kay­land events. Also, there’s still time to score an exclu­sive The Clymb tee. When you buy a tee, your entire order ships for free. Hey, that rhymed.

If you want to vis­it us on Face­book or Twit­ter, we’d love to hear from you. We can answer order ques­tions, take sug­ges­tions, and even give out invi­ta­tions to join The Clymb. I can­not, how­ev­er, promise more rhymes.

Kaenon Polar­ized eye­wear is built with the world-class SR-91 lens and epit­o­mize style, fit, and per­for­mance. Save up to 65% on their polar­ized lens­es for men and women today.


Carve Designs is inspired by the surf and designed for opti­mal fit, to look great in and out of water. Mem­bers of The Clymb can save up to 55% off their wom­en’s swimwear and appar­el in an exclu­sive three-day event. Shop now!

Check out our Face­book page for infor­ma­tion on upcom­ing events, fea­tures, and inter­views. Also, we’re on Twit­ter 24/7, ready to answer your ques­tions. Both places are great for get­ting an invite if you need one.