Welcome back, Clymbers. We’ve got some awesome new products on the docket today, including Men’s green cycling apparel from DannyShane, Men’s and Women’s athleticwear from MPG and more. Enjoy!
Here’s a little more about the brands featured in today’s event:
MPG: Imagine achieving a dream peak in the Himalayas only to discover that someone has already arrived there. The person, fit, not even tired-looking, is dancing in celebration—and looking good, comfortable, powerful, doing it. They’ve stripped out of their outerwear, down to a technical layer of performance but fashionable athletic wear by MPG. And they are rocking out. You hope to never wake up but make a mental note that if you do, you will add some MPG to your workout collection. Inspired by the smooth, strong movements of performers such as athletes and dancers, MPG designs richly detailed apparel that has a technical edge and is unparalleled in conception and construction. Rock out on mountains or in studios, with MPG, the kind of apparel that fitness dreams are made of, on sale now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
DannyShane: Whether on a long spin down a lonesome country highway or a teeth-gritting commute through downtown, it feels more natural to make one’s way by human power. So why wear anything but natural and sustainable materials while riding? The cycling mindset isn’t limited to the ride. Pedal hard and conscientiously in DannyShane, maker of innovative, eco-friendly cycling racewear and roadwear. DannyShane products are Bluesign® certified and made with rapidly renewable and/or recycled materials, such as 100% recycled nylon. Look good and feel natural with DannyShane Men’s performance cycling jerseys, on sale today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
PLUS… There’s still time to save on adidas, & Rhythm.
The Coward Robert Ford: Did you know? Today in 1882, popular outlaw Jesse James was shot to death in Missouri. The culprit? Robert Ford, a member of James’s gang. Killing Jesse James turned out to be a hugely unpopular move for Ford, who became such a target for harassment he moved to the mountains of Colorado. He was murdered ten years later while operating a tent saloon there. His murderer, Edward O’Kelley, was pardoned after 7,000 people signed a petition in favor of his release.