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

Colum­bia Elec­tric Footwear: The future is here with Columbia’s elec­tric footwear. The Omni-Heat boots in this col­lec­tion pro­vide push-of-the-but­ton, bat­tery-pow­ered warmth for those days when your feet turn blue.

OluKai: OluKai cre­ates ver­sa­tile footwear that blends laid-back island style with mod­ern per­for­mance for land or water—all while leav­ing the small­est foot­print pos­si­ble on Moth­er Earth.

Evolv: Made in the U.S., Evolv prod­ucts don’t rest on a Good Ol’ Boy rep­u­ta­tion. This col­lec­tion of aggres­sive­ly pro­filed climb­ing shoes includes some of the most tech­ni­cal­ly inspired footwear in the industry.

Kas­tle: Käs­tle has led the ski indus­try since 1924 with ele­gant, World Cup-dri­ven designs. Using race-test­ed tech­nol­o­gy, each ski they build aims for the per­fect sym­bio­sis of (wo)man, moun­tain, and snow.

Fish­ing on the Fly: The icy moun­tain riv­er makes a song. It’s the song of a siren, a song that lures you in. Wade in, cast out, loose your­self to the rhythm of the riv­er with these rods, reels, waders, and more.

Men’s Walk­a­bout: The per­fect path can turn into a tor­ment­ing trail because of bad footwear. That’s why we sized this col­lec­tion of top brands just for you. Fea­tur­ing KEEN, Cha­co, Colum­bia, and more.

Wom­en’s Walk­a­bout: Those boots were made for walk­ing. And that’s just what they’ll do. Which is why you need some high-top sneak­ers too. And maybe some san­dals. Find it all at insid­er pric­ing in this col­lec­tion of Wom­en’s footwear by Teva, Cushe, Cha­co, and more.

Per­for­mance Socks: The best socks are like a good dog. They stay where they’re told, keep your feet warm, and smell appro­pri­ate­ly enough for an invi­ta­tion indoors. Throw your feet a bone with the socks in this collection.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS: 

The Czech Loco­mo­tive: Did you know? On Octo­ber 26th (that’s today!), 1952, the famed Czecho­slo­va­kian long dis­tance run­ner, Emil Zatopek, broke two world records, the 25,000-meter and the 30,000-meter runs. Zatopek was not only one of the world’s great­est long dis­tance run­ners, but his dis­tinc­tive style also gar­nered a lot of atten­tion. His tor­so would swing from side to side over his hips, and his head would often roll about on his shoul­ders as he made ter­ri­ble wheez­ing and gasp­ing nois­es. His idio­syn­crat­ic style earned him the nick­name, the “Czech Locomotive.”