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

Cam­pag­no­lo: A brand that has rev­o­lu­tion­ized the look of cycling, Cam­pag­no­lo sets stan­dards in inno­va­tion, qual­i­ty, and per­for­mance. Shop our col­lec­tion of the game-chang­ing brand’s gor­geous cycling appar­el here.

Lite­speed: Born from hum­ble begin­nings in 1986, Lite­speed crafts state-of-the-art tita­ni­um and car­bon frames that are built to be strong and light. Click through to shop stun­ning frames and com­plete bicycles.

North­wave: In the ear­ly 1990s, North­wave founder Gian­ni Piva designed a cli­p­less cycling shoe that broke with tra­di­tion, and rocked Italy’s world famous footwear dis­trict. The inno­va­tion con­tin­ues here. 

Cloth­ing Arts: Inspired by the chaos and beau­ty of South­east Asia, Cloth­ing Arts builds remark­ably tough, curi­ous­ly styl­ish appar­el for adven­ture­some trav­el­ers and itin­er­ant out­doors­folk. Fea­tur­ing shorts and pants.

Stan­ley: In 1913, William Stan­ley Jr. invent­ed the all-steel vac­u­um bot­tle. Near­ly 100 years lat­er, the com­pa­ny is still at the fore­front of hydra­tion inno­va­tion. Fea­tur­ing water bot­tles, insu­lat­ed mugs, and more.

Colum­bia: High­lights in this col­lec­tion of per­for­mance and every­day watch­es include the sleek­ly designed Tran­sit and the Rav­en­ous with 100-hour chrono­graph, the per­fect tool for ultra-marathoners.

ISIS: Fit is more than just a num­ber on a size chart. ISIS devel­ops per­for­mance cloth­ing designed to fit the bod­ies and active work and play lives of real women. Fea­tur­ing down jack­ets, tees, vests, and more.

Yog­a­Rat: Yogis should stretch their backs not their bank accounts, which is why Yog­a­Rat offers its pre­mi­um yoga acces­sories with­out break­ing the bank. Help keep your chakras aligned with mats, tow­els, and more.

 

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

Gior­dana: Gior­dana is sit­u­at­ed in the heart of Italy’s road cycling scene. The per­for­mance-ori­ent­ed jer­seys, jack­ets, and more in this col­lec­tion are an authen­tic addi­tion to any seri­ous cyclist’s wardrobe.

Klint Skis: Klint Skis should get Rook­ie of the Year. Since Jan­u­ary of 2011, they’ve won 12 awards, includ­ing edi­tors’ choice awards from Pow­der, Ski­ing, and Freeski­er mag­a­zines. Fea­tur­ing all-moun­tain skis. 

Teko: Teko uti­lizes organ­ic Meri­no wool, non-tox­ic dyes, and chlo­rine-free pro­cess­ing to cre­ate per­for­mance socks for out­doors­folk who demand rugged footwear that leaves a light footprint.

Drag­on: Drag­on per­for­mance snow gog­gles are the cul­mi­na­tion of styl­ish design and rugged build. It’s no sur­prise that the com­pa­ny’s pro team ros­ter fea­tures some of the best action sports ath­letes in the world.

Men’s Hit The Trail Footwear: Don’t let your per­fect path turn into a tor­ment­ing trail because of bad footwear. Click through to shop trail shoes and hik­ing boots. Fea­tur­ing Vasque, KEEN, Colum­bia, and more.

Wom­en’s Hit the Trail Footwear: Blis­ters and twist­ed ankles are for the ill-equipped. With the right footwear you can go any­where. Find the per­fect pair­ing of trail socks and shoes here. Fea­tur­ing Vasque, HANWAG, Tec­ni­ca, & more.

 

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

crankbroth­ers: If moun­tain bik­ing wheels and com­po­nents were sold like whiskey, these ultra-high-end prod­ucts by crankbroth­ers would be on a shelf so high you could­n’t see them with­out crawl­ing onto the bar.

San Mar­co: Hand-built in Italy since 1935, San Mar­co’s rev­o­lu­tion­ary designs define an epoch. The game-chang­ing sad­dle styles fea­tured in this col­lec­tion have been rid­den to leg­endary vic­to­ries through­out the ages.

Gar­neau: Louis Gar­neau push­es the bench­mark for tech­nol­o­gy and per­for­mance by trans­form­ing intu­itive ideas into intel­li­gent prod­ucts. This high-end cycling col­lec­tion fea­tures jer­seys, shorts, and more.

Health War­rior: Earn­ing the nick­name “run­ner’s food” for pow­er­ing the Tarahu­mara Indi­ans on their leg­endary long dis­tance runs, chia seeds are reput­ed­ly the ulti­mate super­food. These bars are chock-full of them.

Men’s Cycling Appar­el: You used to dream of being in a band. Instead, you set­tled on being a road­ie, rock­ing the asphalt on two wheels every day. At least you can still wear span­dex. Let us help you gear up for your next gig.

Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el: This com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion fea­tures just about every­thing you need to ride the open road or explore sin­gle track. Click through for insid­er pric­ing on jer­seys, shorts, and more from top brands.

 

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

Sur­face: The Wasatch back­coun­try is no joke. You need qual­i­ty skis to cel­e­brate the “Best Snow on Earth.” Throw back cham­pagne pow­der until last call with these all-moun­tain skis.

Craghop­pers: Craghop­pers began in 1965 when a group of moun­taineers designed their own clothes to climb Mount Ever­est. This col­lec­tion fea­tures soft­shells, fleeces, and more from the inno­v­a­tive British brand.

Bear Grylls by Craghop­pers: Always inno­vat­ing, Craghop­pers has teamed up with Man vs. Wild’s Bear Grylls to cre­ate the ulti­mate line of sur­vival-inspired tech­ni­cal appar­el. This col­lec­tion includes fleeces, hood­ies, and more.

Teva: Teva (pro­nounced Teh’-vah, not Tee-vah) is com­mit­ted to pro­tect­ing a lin­ear foot of glob­al water­ways for every pair of shoes or san­dals they sell. Fea­tur­ing footwear by the phil­an­thropic brand. 

PROBAR: Made from all nat­ur­al organ­ic ingre­di­ents, PROBAR prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of bricks in their bellies.

Canine Equip­ment: Wag­ging tails. Wrestling match­es. Romp­ing through the mud. Dogs do a lot to inspire us to play out­side. Show your appre­ci­a­tion with the toys, beds, leash­es, and more fea­tured in this collection.

Men’s Cycling Appar­el: Gear up to rage the road or dom­i­nate the down­hill with this dis­ci­pline-defy­ing col­lec­tion of cycling appar­el by Castel­li, Louis Gar­neau, and more.

Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el: Sub­ju­gate the streets or sin­gle­track in some­thing from this women-spe­cif­ic col­lec­tion of fem­i­nine­ly styled per­for­mance cycling shorts, jer­seys, jack­ets, and more by cat­e­go­ry-lead­ing brands, includ­ing Gore, Canari, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Half Mile Destroy­er: Did you know? On Octo­ber 11th (that’s today!), 2011, Mary Kei­tany of Kenya destroyed the half-marathon record time by half a minute. Her time of 65 min­utes and 50 sec­onds set the world record for the women’s half-marathon. Weigh­ing 93lbs, Kei­tany is a light­weight run­ning machine and has bro­ken numer­ous oth­er records, but on this day in the Unit­ed Arab Emi­rates city of Ras Al Khaimah, Kei­tany became the first woman in his­to­ry to break the 66-minute mark.

 

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Spot Brand: Focus­ing on qual­i­ty of design and engi­neer­ing has allowed Spot Brand to build bikes that turn rid­ers into addicts, and rac­ers into win­ners. Strik­ing a per­fect bal­ance between tech­nol­o­gy and time-test­ed designs, Spot makes sure that once you are in the sad­dle you can sit back and enjoy the ride. View our col­lec­tion of awe-inspir­ing frames and com­pletes here.

 

 

 

 

VDO: VDO cycle com­put­ers have been help­ing num­ber junkies get their fix since 1999. Whether you’re train­ing for a grand tour or log­ging your dai­ly com­mute, these devices put the stats you crave right in front of you as you ham­mer that nasty climb. View our col­lec­tion here.

 

 

 

 

 

Club Ride: Test­ed on the rugged moun­tain trails of south­ern Ida­ho, Club Ride’s tech­ni­cal, ver­sa­tile, and con­tem­po­rary designs are built to be com­fort­able and styl­ish on and off the bike. The brand uti­lizes tech­ni­cal fab­rics that are inline with their low car­bon imprint phi­los­o­phy and hopes to inspire you to get out and ride more often with cloth­ing that is com­fy and func­tion­al both dur­ing and after the ride. Click through now!

 

 

 

 

 

Jett Cycling: Do you dream of dis­cov­er­ing the biggest drops and of explor­ing sin­gle-track that stretch­es end­less­ly? Well, so do the folks at Jett. And if that moun­tain bike Shangri La does exist, the gear they build will allow them to nev­er leave. Inspired designs dri­ven by inno­va­tion, Jett is ded­i­cat­ed to devel­op­ing rid­er-proven moun­tain bike gear that per­forms like a dream. This sale fea­tures jer­sey’s, shorts, elbow, shin and knee guards, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

Cycling Gear: Get mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on every­thing you need to out­fit you and your ride. This col­lec­tion fea­tures hel­mets, pan­niers, sad­dles, lights, bar tape, seat posts, stems, ped­als, road shoes, and more.

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Cycling: Gear up up for a seri­ous road ride with this com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion of jer­seys, gloves, jack­ets and more. This com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion fea­tures top brands includ­ing Castel­li, GORE, Giro, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Feels Like The First Time: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 13 (that’s today!), 2011, Bangladeshi moun­taineer and pro­fes­sion­al jour­nal­ist Musa Ibrahim stood atop the fourth high­est moun­tain in the world, Mount Kil­i­man­jaro in Tan­za­nia, Africa. Bangladesh, whose pri­ma­ry nation­al sport­ing pas­time is crick­et, is not well known for pump­ing out high-alti­tude moun­taineers. That did­n’t stop Ibrahim, who went on to become the first Bangladeshi to reach the sum­mit of Mount Ever­est in 2010.

 

Mem­bers, check out what’s on the menu for today:

 

 

 

 

adi­das Out­door: adi­das has come a long way since 1949, when founder Adi Dassler reg­is­tered the com­pa­ny under its first offi­cial name, “Adolf Dassler adi­das Sports­chuh­fab­rik.” Today, adi­das is a glob­al­ly rec­og­nized name in sports­wear, design­ing spe­cial­ty per­for­mance prod­ucts for almost every game peo­ple play. Shop a selec­tion of adi­das Out­door out­wear for men and women.

 

 

 

 

 

Louis Gar­neau: In 1983, in his father’s garage, Louis Gar­neau began man­u­fac­tur­ing his first cycling clothes. 25 years lat­er the brand has become an indus­try leader that spe­cial­izes in the design and devel­op­ment of tech­no­log­i­cal and inno­v­a­tive cycling gear for the com­pet­i­tive rac­er or the recre­ation­al rid­er. Shop men’s and wom­en’s cycling apparel.

 

 

 

 

 

Ter­ra­mar: If you fol­low the Old Silk Road it leads to Ter­ra­mar. Silk is their foun­da­tion, but they’ve eased off the worm to make per­for­mance base lay­ers that weave syn­thet­ic and nat­ur­al fibers. The result: mois­ture-wick­ing, light­weight badassery. Dis­cov­er the off­spring of Moth­er Nature and Father Indus­try with the base lay­ers in this col­lec­tion.

 

 

 

 

TREW: Where func­tion meets fash­ion, you’ll find TREW. Based amidst the Cas­cade Moun­tains in Hood Riv­er, Ore­gon, the young, design-dri­ven com­pa­ny remains con­nect­ed to the core of moun­tain rid­ing. Blend­ing tech­ni­cal out­er­wear with pro­gres­sive styles, you’ll find all of their prod­ucts reflect­ing the cre­ativ­i­ty that life on snow inspires.

 

 

 

 

Knife & Tool: Angus Mac­Gyver (You did­n’t know Angus was his first name, did you?) would­n’t need much more than a shoelace and a jar of vine­gar to make him­self a palace of the woods. The rest of us should bring along a mul­ti-tool or knife, just in case. Find what you need to make camp or escape prison here.

 

Craft

 

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Craft: In the begin­ning, Craft founder Anders Bengts­son spent an inor­di­nate amount of time look­ing at his under­wear. After heavy exer­cise ses­sions out­side his home in Borås, Swe­den, Bengsts­son would weigh his skivvies and use a mois­ture gauge to mea­sure how sweaty they were. He used his research to devel­op the ide­al lay­er to wear next to the skin—a gar­ment that trans­ports mois­ture out­wards with as lit­tle absorp­tion into the fibers as pos­si­ble. The result­ing brand, Craft, is now a glob­al leader in peak-per­for­mance ath­let­ic appar­el. Today on The Clymb, we’re offer­ing Men’s and Women’s Craft cycling, run­ning, and fit­ness appar­el, for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Tri Sup­plies: The gun fires. Ahead lies the course: some 25 kilo­me­ters of pain that must be over­come by foot and arm and bike. Behind, the com­pe­ti­tion is clos­ing the gap. Maybe it wasn’t such a good deci­sion to wear a track­suit. Don’t let night­mare gear turn into a rude wake­up call in the midst of a race. Click through now to pick up your dream gear before it’s all gone.

Brooks Sad­dles: Brooks has been build­ing expert­ly craft­ed bicy­cle sad­dles since the com­pa­ny was found­ed in Eng­land in 1866. Each sad­dle fea­tures stretched leather that over time molds itself to the rid­er, cre­at­ing a rugged, one-of-a-kind fit that gets bet­ter with every rev­o­lu­tion. Bet­ter inform your arm­chair that your booty is about to get a new best friend. Also fea­tur­ing leather acces­sories by the icon­ic brand. Click through now!

Fish­ing on the Fly: The riv­er will churn with the trem­bling of fish ter­ri­fied of your new fly-fish­ing gear. Let the water sooth you like a nice mas­sage. Shop rods, waders, float tubes, and more at insid­er pric­ing. Hes­i­tate on this one and years from now you’ll still be telling sto­ries about how it got away. Click through now for insid­er deals on fly-fish­ing essentials.

Clymb Tees: Clymb Tees are back by pop­u­lar demand! Pick one up and we’ll SHIP YOUR ENTIRE ORDER FOR FREE. And to just come right out and say it: We’d love to see how we look on you. Post a pho­to on Face­book and tag The Clymb. It makes us feel spe­cial to see you rock­ing our gear. Don’t wait too long. Our tees tend to sell out quickly.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Pike’s Peak Push: Did you know? Any­one who’s been to Col­orado Springs, Colo. will have noticed Pike’s Peak loom­ing mas­sive in the near dis­tance. The east­ern­most 14’er in the U.S., Pike’s Peak is named for Zebu­lon Mont­gomery Pike, who on this day in 1805 set off on his soon-to-be famous expe­di­tion to explore the Amer­i­can South­west. In 1806, Pike failed to climb the icon­ic peak that now bears his name. His team was ill-equipped for the attempt, wear­ing only light over­alls and no socks. Their jour­ney through the South­west end­ed some­what abrupt­ly after two years, when the men were cap­tured by Span­ish author­i­ties in north­ern New Mexico.

Lolë

 

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Lolë: Lolë is activewear inspired by well-being. The pro­gres­sive brand cre­ates tech­ni­cal, ver­sa­tile, appar­el that responds to the aspi­ra­tions of active women. Fol­low­ing its ded­i­ca­tion to well­be­ing and bal­ance, Lolë uti­lizes organ­ic cot­ton and poly­ester fibers made from recy­cled plas­tic bot­tles in its cloth­ing. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on your next favorite brand.

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 insid­er pricing.

Liq­uid Solu­tion: You can’t say enough good things about Liq­uid Solu­tion. They build inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts that are as handy to have in the kitchen as in the woods. Their prod­ucts are all 100% recy­clable and fea­ture an easy-to-clean stain­less steel inte­ri­or that keeps your bev­er­age hot for hours. Yes, it’s nat­ur­al to be drool­ing and trem­bling with swoon right about now.

STILL AVAILABLE: Guide­line Polar­ized Water­sport Sun­glass­es, ACME Made Cam­era & Lap­top Cas­es, & More

IN OTHER NEWS:

Plane Mys­te­ri­ous: Did you know? July 2 (that’s today!), 1937, brought trag­ic news when pilot Amelia Earhart and nav­i­ga­tor Fred­er­ick Noo­nan were report­ed miss­ing near a small island in the Pacif­ic. The two were on the most dif­fi­cult leg of their ill-fat­ed attempt to fly around the world when things took a turn for the worse. Earhart radioed the U.S. Coast Guard to announce that the pair was lost and that their plane was run­ning out of fuel. They were nev­er heard from again. To this day, no trace of their plane has been found.

MiiR

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Castel­li: Behold, the Fer­rari of cycling appar­el. With head­quar­ters in Italy and Port­land, Ore., Castel­li has out­fit­ted cycling cham­pi­ons since 1876. The com­pa­ny invent­ed the skin­suit, the sub­li­mat­ed jer­sey, and the first Lycra short used in pro­fes­sion­al rac­ing. Beau­ti­ful, inno­v­a­tive, Castel­li is the man­i­fes­ta­tion of ped­al-pow­ered speed. Click through now before it’s all gone!

Bear Grylls by Craghop­pers: Craghop­pers got its start in 1965 when a group of ambi­tious moun­taineers designed their own clothes to climb Mount Ever­est. Always inno­vat­ing, they’ve now teamed up with Man vs. Wild’s Bear Grylls to cre­ate the ulti­mate line of sur­vival-inspired tech­ni­cal appar­el. Click through now to see our col­lec­tion of the great pieces they came up with. Don’t wor­ry. You won’t have to drink any of your own urine or take a bite out of a live fish to shop this sale, though you might feel capa­ble of both once you put the clothes on.

MiiR: In a mar­ket sat­u­rat­ed by ubiq­ui­tous style and mediocre design, MiiR stain­less steel hydra­tion bot­tles stand out as unique. The brand cap­tures the same per­son­al­iza­tion and high design ele­ments in its appar­el, which cham­pi­ons clean water for every­one. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a col­or­ful selec­tion of MiiR water bot­tles and apparel.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Brun­ton, Haul it All, SOG, Sum­mer Sun­glass­es, & Every­day Essentials.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Scor­pi­on Rides: Did you know? The Castel­li scor­pi­on is one of the most rec­og­niz­able logos in cycling. But where does it come from? Accord­ing to Castel­li North Amer­i­ca, the­o­ries abound but nobody knows for sure. Mau­r­izio Castelli—son of founder Arman­do Castelli—invented the scor­pi­on logo when he took the com­pa­ny over in 1974. But Mau­r­izio died in 1995 while cycling a steep sec­tion of the Milano-San Remo course and took the secret with him. His lega­cy is made up of more than mys­te­ri­ous logos. Mau­r­izio invent­ed the first Lycra short. Fol­low­ing his lead, Castel­li cre­at­ed a whole laun­dry list of what have since become cycling main­stays, includ­ing the first syn­thet­ic seat pad, the first col­ored shorts, the first print­ed jer­seys, and the first fleece fab­rics used in cycling kits.

SOG

 

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SOG: A knife is an essen­tial tool for back­pack­ing and camp­ing adven­tures; a throw­ing axe just makes them more fun. Be pre­pared to trim guy lines, slice a kiel­basa, or slay an ogre with sharp things from SOG, on sale now at The Clymb for up to 55% off retail. Today, we are extreme­ly hap­py to be offer­ing an assort­ment of SOG prod­ucts, includ­ing, knives, saws, and yes, throw­ing axes. Act now! (Band-Aids sold separately.)

Wright­sock: The Wright­sock dou­ble lay­er anti-blis­ter sys­tem allows you to beat your feet with­out wor­ry­ing about them tak­ing painful, bub­bly revenge. The fric­tion and shear­ing forces cre­at­ed by rig­or­ous activ­i­ty are absorbed by the inter­ac­tion between the lay­ers of the sock instead of being passed on to the out­er lay­ers of the skin. You should be pop­ping the caps off cel­e­bra­to­ry beers when you fin­ish hik­ing, not pop­ping blis­ters. Click through now for the ulti­mate in com­fort­able foot protection.

Men’s Cycling Appar­el: Gear up to rage the road or dom­i­nate the down­hill with this dis­ci­pline-defy­ing col­lec­tion of cycling appar­el by Canari, Ibex, DAKINE, and more. Click through now!

Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el: Sub­ju­gate the streets or sin­gle­track in some­thing from this women-spe­cif­ic col­lec­tion of fem­i­nine­ly styled per­for­mance cycling shorts, jer­seys, jack­ets, and more by cat­e­go­ry-lead­ing brands, includ­ing Ice­break­er, Canari, and Show­er’s Pass. Mem­bers, click through now for insid­er deals.

Men’s Shorts, Shirts, and Tees: Style meets ver­sa­til­i­ty in our col­lec­tion of board and lifestyle shorts, tees, and short and long-sleeved but­ton-ups by Colum­bia, Bill­abong, and more. Sun’s comin’. Don’t miss out on these huge sav­ings! 

Wom­en’s Sum­mer Wear: The sea­son of freck­les, sun-kissed shoul­ders, and pic­nics in the grass is fast approach­ing. Find some­thing to enjoy it in from our col­lec­tion of sum­mer appar­el by Hur­ley, prAna, Aven­tu­ra, and more. 

Men’s Footwear: An ongo­ing col­lec­tion now fea­tur­ing new items from KEEN, Ocean Mind­ed, Free­wa­ters, and more.

Wom­en’s Footwear: An ongo­ing col­lec­tion now fea­tur­ing new items from Vasque, Patag­o­nia, Teva, and more.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Fjall­raven, Green Guru, Tight­en Your Line, Tool Log­ic, Yoga Fit, Cycling Acces­sories, & More.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Axe Me Again, For the First Time: Did you know? SOG makes a mean tom­a­hawk. And we’re sell­ing it right now. One of the most obvi­ous ben­e­fits to hav­ing a tom­a­hawk is throw­ing it into things. But how? Accord­ing to artofmanliness.com, you grip the ‘hawk’ as if shak­ing some­one’s hand. Then you swing your throw­ing arm down by your side. Once the head pass­es your leg, you swing your arm back up spring-style until the blade is behind your head, at which point you fire your arm for­ward as if throw­ing a base­ball, mak­ing sure to release the hawk when your arm is straight, at which point the hawk will fly from your hand direct­ly into the tar­get because you are awe­some at things like this. The final step is the most impor­tant: Look at your bud­dies to make sure that they know that you know that you are more equipped to sur­vive the apoc­a­lypse than they are. Then demand the rest of their beef jerky out of principle.

 

Show­ers Pass

Fresh on the menu today:

Show­ers Pass: Inspired by the chal­leng­ing rides and weath­er of north­ern Cal­i­for­nia and the Pacif­ic North­west, Show­ers Pass tech­ni­cal cycling appar­el is engi­neered for rac­ers, com­muters, mes­sen­gers and every­day enthu­si­asts. Thwart the rain in style with Men’s & Wom­en’s Show­er’s Pass tech­ni­cal cycling appar­el, avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Dark Tim­bers: Dark Tim­bers func­tion­al and styl­ish out­door appar­el is designed to rep­re­sent the lifestyle of the moun­tain sport enthu­si­ast. Ide­al tran­si­tion­al gear, it’s tough enough to endure harsh ele­ments yet styl­ish enough to sport on the streets. Click through now to shop our col­lec­tion of Men’s Dark Tim­bers appar­el for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: New Bal­ance, Aven­tu­ra, Canari, Camp Any­where, Hur­ley Lily­pond, Drag­on, LOOK, Ocean Mind­ed, Load it Up, Craft, Men’s Footwewear, & Wom­en’s Footwear.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Get My Back: Did you know? May 27 (that’s today!) is one of the most under-cel­e­brat­ed hol­i­days of all time. That’s right, hap­py Nation­al Sun­screen Day, Clym­bers. Go out and have a sun­screen fight. Or maybe just get all your friends togeth­er and squirt a bunch into the air and watch it fall back down like nasty con­fet­ti. Remem­ber to keep your mouths closed!

Ocean Mind­ed

Hap­py Wednes­day, Clym­bers. Though it seems impos­si­bly far off dur­ing this rainy week in Port­land, we’re told that sum­mer is on its way. We’ve got loads of cycling appar­el, flip flops, and activewear to help you gear up for it. Enjoy! And If you live some­where sun­ny, go out­side and soak in some vit­a­min D for us.

Fresh on the menu today:

LOOK: LOOK knows cycling. They invent­ed the cli­p­less ped­al in 1984. Two years lat­er, the com­pa­ny pro­duced the first car­bon frame. They’ve received the cov­et­ed Bike of the Year award four times. Their appar­el is renowned. Add some Euro­pean style to your kit. This col­lec­tion fea­tures both Men’s and Wom­en’s items at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Ocean Mind­ed: Ocean Mind­ed prod­ucts are as fresh as a breeze off the Pacif­ic and man­u­fac­tured not to harm the tide you ride. The com­pa­ny’s footwear and appar­el is made using water-based glue and nat­ur­al and sus­tain­able mate­ri­als such as recy­cled wool, hemp, and organ­ic cot­ton. Sum­mer’s almost here. The time has come to pick up some footwear that has as inter­est­ing a sto­ry as you do. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Men’s and Wom­en’s Ocean Mind­ed flip flops.

Craft: In the begin­ning, Craft founder Anders Bengts­son spent an inor­di­nate amount of time look­ing at his under­wear. After heavy exer­cise ses­sions out­side his home in Borås, Swe­den, Bengsts­son would weigh his skivvies and use a mois­ture gauge to mea­sure how sweaty they were. He used his research to devel­op the ide­al lay­er to wear next to the skin—a gar­ment that trans­ports mois­ture out­wards with as lit­tle absorp­tion into the fibers as pos­si­ble. The result­ing brand, Craft, is now a glob­al leader in peak-per­for­mance ath­let­ic appar­el. Today on The Clymb, we’re offer­ing Men’s and Women’s Craft cycling, run­ning, and fit­ness appar­el, for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: IPATH, Colum­bia, Skratch Labs, Bill­abong, Load it Up: Packs, Bags, & Lug­gage, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s Footwear, Sum­mer Appar­el, & Head for the Hills.

IN OTHER NEWS: 

Cap­tain Kid­d’s Come­up­pance: Did you know? Of all the tyran­ni­cal scal­ly­wags hanged for pira­cy dur­ing the 18th cen­tu­ry, few are as well remem­bered in pop­u­lar cul­ture today as Cap­tain Kidd, who met the gal­lows on May 23 (that’s today!), 1701. Accused of mur­der, plun­der­ing, and gen­er­al­ly ter­ror­iz­ing the high seas, Kidd was hanged at Lon­don’s Exe­cu­tion Dock. But his­to­ri­ans now enter­tain the pos­si­bil­i­ty that Kidd, who spent the final years of his life fight­ing to clear his name, was actu­al­ly just a pri­va­teer who fell into ill rap­port with politi­cians after becom­ing involved in sev­er­al unpop­u­lar but arguably jus­ti­fi­able skir­mish­es. Of course we can’t ignore that those his­to­ri­ans might just be try­ing to throw us off the trail of Kid­d’s leg­endary buried traaaaay-sure.

Cred­it: Swiftwick

Hap­py May Day, Clym­bers. We’re adding a huge assort­ment of mul­ti-tools, knives, socks, and Men’s and Wom­en’s cycling appar­el to the menu for you today. These are pop­u­lar prod­ucts from award-win­ning brands and with the dis­counts we’re offer­ing, today’s event is bound to sell out quick­ly. Don’t hes­i­tate. Wel­come spring on your own terms, by act­ing now while every­one is out mak­ing flower bas­kets and prep­ping the May­pole. Don’t wor­ry, they’ll for­get about it next year when you and your mul­ti-tool set the record for most rib­bons affixed in an hour.

Here’s some more about the brands we’re fea­tur­ing in today’s event:

SOG: Born with a sin­gle blade in founder Spencer Fraz­er’s San­ta Mon­i­ca apart­ment in 1986, SOG now boasts an impres­sive line of award-win­ning spe­cial­ty knives and mul­ti-tools. Trim guy lines, slice kiel­basa, or act out your fan­ta­sy of becom­ing a back­coun­try Mac­Gyver with award-win­ning spe­cial­ty knives and mul­ti-tools from SOG, avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Tool Log­ic: Head­ing into the great out­doors is like tres­pass­ing in an old­er sibling’s bed­room. The door is open but BEWARE. Tool Log­ic makes light­weight com­pact tools, knives, and flash­lights to sur­vive what­ev­er fall­out you incur—from hav­ing to smash out a win­dow in an attempt to retrieve locked-in keys, to need­ing super-bright LED light­ing to sig­nal a res­cue chop­per. Today on The Clymb we’re offer­ing mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a wide selec­tion of inno­v­a­tive Tool Log­ic mul­ti­pur­pose res­cue tools, sur­vival cards, and key rings fea­tur­ing sur­vival neces­si­ties from blades to mag­ne­sium fire starters. Pro­tec­tion from noo­gies not included.

Swiftwick: Made in Amer­i­ca, Swiftwick award-win­ning tech­ni­cal socks are known for their incred­i­ble wick­ing and com­pres­sion capa­bil­i­ties. Final­ly, some­thing your sock gnomes can be proud to steal. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Men’s & Wom­en’s Swiftwick socks. 

Cycling Appar­el: You crush hills, out­last your friends, and fear no auto­mo­bile. But how’s your rid­ing style? Work on it with Men’s & Wom­en’s cycling jer­seys, shirts, tights, shorts, & more from top brands. Click through for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing now.

IN OTHER NEWS:

May Day? May­day? Help! Did you know? Every year on May 1 (that’s today!), peo­ple across the world cel­e­brate May Day, a spring fes­ti­val dat­ing back thou­sands of years to pre-Chris­t­ian Europe. That par­tic­u­lar May Day nev­er real­ly caught on in the Unit­ed States but anoth­er one that you’re prob­a­bly more famil­iar with did: ‘May­day’, the inter­na­tion­al call sig­nal that radio oper­a­tors say three times in suc­ces­sion when their craft is in dire straights. ‘May­day’ was coined by a British radio offi­cer who based it on the French “Venez m’aider,” which means, “come help me.”

 

Cred­it: Leave No Trace

Hap­py Fri­day, Clym­bers. Earth Day is on Sun­day and we’re cel­e­brat­ing all week­end with our friends at Leave No Trace. Like The Clymb, Leave No Trace is mem­ber-dri­ven but instead of gear­ing peo­ple up for adven­tures,  it edu­cates them how to enjoy the out­doors respon­si­bly. Not to brag, but we’ll be cel­e­brat­ing with the orga­ni­za­tion behind the most wide­ly accept­ed out­door ethics pro­gram used on pub­lic lands—anywhere. And you’re invit­ed. For every order you make through Sun­day at mid­night, we’re going to donate $1 to Leave No Trace. Don’t be late. The par­ty begins now.

Here’s what we’ve got on the dock­et for you today:

Can­non­dale —  The Can­non­dale sto­ry began in a loft above a pick­le fac­to­ry in 1971, when the com­pa­ny intro­duced the cycling indus­try’s first bicy­cle trail­er. The com­pa­ny has come a long way since, becom­ing to cyclers a brand as famil­iar and beloved as Dill.

Pacif­ic Out­door Equip­ment: Pacif­ic Out­door Equip­ment (POE) is head­quar­tered in Mon­tana’s Rocky Moun­tains, where the men are tough, the women tougher, and the Great Out­doors calls its own shots. POE respects the envi­ron­ment by design­ing gear tough enough to stand up to it.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: POC, Men’s & Wom­en’s Craft, VonZip­per, Goorin Bros, Core Con­cepts, Thule, Wool­rich, Home­school, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s & Kids’ Footwear, Cycling Goods, & Men’s & Wom­en’s Tees.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Pick­le Me This: Did you know? Can­non­dale got its start in a crowd­ed loft above a pick­le fac­to­ry in 1971. The com­pa­ny has come a long way since then but then again so have pick­les. Take, for exam­ple, the pop­u­lar south­ern “koolick­le,” which is cre­at­ed by soak­ing dill pick­les in a mix­ture of Kool-Aid and pick­le brine. And if you think that’s cool, today marks the start to our week­end-long Earth Day cel­e­bra­tion, where we’ll be donat­ing $1 from every order through Sun­day to one of our favorite out­door non-prof­it groups, Leave No Trace. Bust out the koolick­les and let the cel­e­bra­tion begin!

Credit: Craft of Sweden
Cred­it: Craft of Sweden

 

For­get DIY fur­ni­ture, Mup­pet chefs, and biki­ni teams. We’ve got two awe­some brands on the dock­et today that are about to move to the front of the list of things you asso­ciate with Swe­den. From now on, when some­body waves the blue and yel­low, the flag is going to remind you of styl­ish pro­tec­tion gear from POC and fit-focused per­for­mance fit­ness appar­el from Craft. How do you like them meatballs?

Here’s some more info on today’s fea­tured brands:

POC: Swe­den-based POC devel­ops styl­ish per­son­al pro­tec­tive gear for grav­i­ty sports ath­letes. Head­quar­tered in Salt­sjobaden out­side of Stockholm—a cen­ter for research and devel­op­ment in the areas of safe­ty, med­i­cine, and healthcare—the com­pa­ny is able to tap some of Europe’s lead­ing experts to help with prod­uct devel­op­ment. POC then straps its ath­letes into the gear and has them put it to the test and rec­om­mend changes. Next, the POC design team goes to work to ensure the prod­ucts are as exquis­ite as they are safe. The end result is a line of light­weight, high per­for­mance gear with ground­break­ing design that meets the high stan­dards of pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes and med­ical experts. Look good while pro­tect­ing your pre­cious parts with POC hel­mets, gog­gles, sun­glass­es, & more, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Men’s & Wom­en’s Craft: In the begin­ning, Craft founder Anders Bengts­son spent an inor­di­nate amount of time look­ing at his under­wear. After heavy exer­cise ses­sions out­side his home in Borås, Swe­den, Bengsts­son would weigh his skivvies and use a mois­ture gauge to mea­sure how sweaty they were. He used his research to devel­op the ide­al lay­er to wear next to the skin—a gar­ment that trans­ports mois­ture out­wards with as lit­tle absorp­tion into the fibers as pos­si­ble. The result­ing brand, Craft, is now a glob­al leader in peak-per­for­mance ath­let­ic appar­el. Today on The Clymb, we’re cel­e­brat­ing yet anoth­er exam­ple of Swedish inge­nu­ity with Men’s and Women’s Craft cycling, run­ning, and fit­ness appar­el, for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: VonZip­per, Goorin Bros, Core Con­cepts, Vestal, Skull­can­dy, Impe­r­i­al Motion, Thule, Wool­rich, Home­school, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s & Kids’ Footwear, Cycling Goods, & Men’s & Wom­en’s Tees.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Free Fallin’: Did you know? On April 19 (that’s today!), 1987, a real-life res­cue that seems out of the pages of a graph­ic nov­el took place in the Ari­zona skies. While mov­ing into posi­tion for a for­ma­tion drop, sky­div­er Deb­bie Williams col­lid­ed with anoth­er sky­div­er. The impact knocked her out. When Gre­go­ry Robert­son noticed his col­league tum­bling to the ground, he did what any rea­son­able super­hero would in that situation—he tucked his arms to his sides and went into a 200-mph free-fall to catch up. At 3,500 feet, with the red Ari­zona desert get­ting clos­er by the sec­ond, Robert­son reached Williams. Pulling out of his dive, Robert­son propped the uncon­scious woman into an upward posi­tion, yanked her rip­cord, and then opened his own para­chute. Williams land­ed hard on her back and was rushed to the hos­pi­tal. She sur­vived the inci­dent. Mild-man­nered Robert­son lat­er told the New York Times it was “just anoth­er day of skydiving.”

Cloud­veil ambas­sadors Jeff and Kristin Camp­bell spent a week with friends at BC’s Sor­ceror Lodge and expert­ly cap­tured what it’s like to get in ses­sions under extreme con­di­tions: frost-lined clothes and gear; fueled by the need to keep mov­ing, adren­a­line, and the occa­sion­al appear­ance of the sun; skins tucked into jack­ets to keep them sticky while you ski, and then back to the lodge to soak your aching bones, then rest up because you’re get­ting up bright and ear­ly to do it again.

Get your own Cloud­veil moun­tain-tough out­er­wear – pro­vid­ing per­fect pro­tec­tion when the tem­per­a­tures drop and mois­ture wick­ing when the mer­cury ris­es – at mem­bers-only pric­ing here.

You’re all alone, star­ing at your reflec­tion in a qui­et back­coun­try lake, when inspi­ra­tion hits. You take a lung­ful of moun­tain air then jump in, per­form­ing a per­fect can­non­ball that shat­ters the calm. Con­grat­u­la­tions. You just expe­ri­enced KAVU. Fun in the sun incar­nate, KAVU designs clothes for high-ener­gy out­door enthu­si­asts. We’ve got a great selec­tion of Men’s and Women’s KAVU appar­el, and KAVU acces­sories on sale now. Don’t miss today’s scream­ing deal—summer is just around the corner.

Cred­it: KAVU

Cycle your way into spring with The Clymb by tak­ing advan­tage of today’s mas­sive Men’s and Women’s bicy­cle gear and appar­el event. Whether you con­sid­er your­self a triathlon-mind­ed road­ie, fair-weath­er com­muter, freeride beast, or fiend for your fix­ie, we’ve got what you need to make your ride better.

And don’t for­get: If you add a The Clymb tee to your cart, your whole order ships for free. And we’ll shred­ding it up at Hope on the Slopes today at 1pm PST. We hope to see you there!

Also Fea­tured This Week:

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

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