Matix

Clym­bers, here’s what we’ve got lined up for you today:

OTZShoes: In 1991, hunters dis­cov­ered the remains of a man who had been frozen for thou­sands of years. He was still wear­ing shoes. OTZShoes was born from the desire to recre­ate the ice­man’s footwear incor­po­rat­ing today’s trend, com­fort, and tech­nol­o­gy. Click through for styles for both women and men.

Matix: Time­less styling and qual­i­ty fab­rics don’t mean a thing if your clothes dis­in­te­grate when you scor­pi­on on the con­crete. Matix (pro­nounced “matt-icks”) durable, skate-inspired, fash­ion-for­ward gar­ments wel­come repeat­ed hard spills. Click through for Matix men’s apparel.

VAUDE: Head­quar­tered in south­ern Ger­many, VAUDE (pro­nounced “vah-day”) has its sites set on becom­ing Europe’s most envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly out­door brand. For­get leder­ho­sen, this green-mind­ed Ger­man brand spe­cial­izes in tech­ni­cal gear for moun­tain and bike sports. Check out our selec­tion of VAUDE cycling accessories.

Don’t for­get: Shar­ing some­thing about your Dad in 140 char­ac­ters or less may earn you $25 to The Clymb, just in time to spend it on Dad. 

Hydra­pak

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

SABRE: Influ­enced by every­thing from 50s clas­sics to 80s surf and skate, SABRE has a deep respect for roots and a sol­id intu­ition for the up and com­ing. Their inspi­ra­tion is bor­rowed from many places with one goal in mind: to inspire trends, not fol­low them.

Gre­go­ry: When you look at the suc­cess of Gre­go­ry today, it’s hard to imag­ine that founder Wayne Gre­go­ry first oper­at­ed the huge­ly suc­cess­ful com­pa­ny with lit­tle more than a sewing machine and a Volk­swa­gen van. Way to par­ty on, Wayne. Gre­go­ry packs have defined qual­i­ty, com­fort, and fit for the past 30 years. Be part of the excel­lent tra­di­tion today with Gre­go­ry packs, on sale at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Cycling Acces­sories: Cycling is about expe­ri­enc­ing the sim­ple things in life. A few sim­ple acces­sories can make the expe­ri­ence that much bet­ter. Upgrade your next ride with acces­sories from Giro, Crank Broth­ers, PDW, and more.

Hydra­Pak: Oak­land-based Hydra­pak spe­cial­izes in hydra­tion sys­tems for cyclists. The com­pa­ny’s research and devel­op­ment team works with pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes and com­muters alike to dial in the per­fect hydra­tion sys­tem for any­one on two wheels.

Skull­can­dy: Estab­lished in 2003, Skull­can­dy makes award-win­ning audio equip­ment for Skate, Surf, Snow, Ski, and BMX ath­letes of all lev­els. Today’s Skull­can­dy event fea­tures fresh styles by the icon­ic brand. Have a look! They won’t last long. Ride the sound­waves with Skull­can­dy head­phones, ear­buds, and (because why not?) hood­ies, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Free­hub Mag­a­zine: A bi-annu­al print pub­li­ca­tion, Free­hub Mag­a­zine is the pre­em­i­nent jour­nal for all things moun­tain bik­ing. Don’t order it just for your­self. Do it for your cof­fee table, which will feel appre­ci­at­ed again sport­ing the pub­li­ca­tion’s lush pho­to essays, ground­break­ing inter­views, and provoca­tive essays.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Free­wa­ters, Father’s Day Gifts, 2XU, Volta­ic, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s FootwearPROBARSPYLowe­ProLone­ly Plan­etBernCusheKus­tomCamp Any­whereSoleusRun­ning Acces­soriesMen’s Run & Tri Sup­pliesWom­en’s Run, Gym, & Tri, & Men’s Tees & Shorts.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Argen­tine Explor­er: Did you know? Whether you’re look­ing for a dis­trac­tion or some triv­ia to impress your friends with today, you’ll want to start by research­ing the name Fran­cis­co Moreno. Born in Buenos Aires on May 31 (that’s today!), 1852, Moreno was a sci­en­tist and anthro­pol­o­gist who became one of the most famous explor­ers in Argen­tine his­to­ry. He’s sort of a Christo­pher Colum­bus meets Charles Dar­win meets Indi­ana Jones. Among many things, a nat­ur­al his­to­ry muse­um, a town, and the biggest glac­i­er in the coun­try bear his name. Moreno is per­haps most remem­bered for his adven­tures explor­ing remote regions of Patag­o­nia. On one of these mis­sions, he escaped cap­tiv­i­ty by an iso­lat­ed tribe just one day before he was to be exe­cut­ed by them.