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

Ele­ment: Ele­ment is an active, open-mind­ed, lifestyle brand with skate­board­ing at its roots. This col­lec­tion fea­tures jeans, jack­ets, tees, and more built with an eco-friend­lier approach to manufacturing.

Race Face: Ath­letes put their game face on, but bicy­clists put on their Race Face. If you’re a seri­ous down­hiller, the com­po­nents and appar­el in this col­lec­tion will wipe that smirk right off the com­pe­ti­tions face.

Loopt­works: From waste into want, Loopt­works takes fac­to­ry excess mate­ri­als and cre­ates hand-num­bered, lim­it­ed-edi­tion cloth­ing and gear. Fea­tur­ing every­day appar­el, bags, and accessories.

Cushe: Slip­ping your foot into a Cushe is trans­for­ma­tive in the same way get­ting into a bathrobe can be trans­for­ma­tive: once it’s on, all your trou­bles seem to melt into the back­ground. Shop the selec­tion here. 

IN OTHER NEWS:

The First Para­chutist: Did you know? On Octo­ber 22nd (that’s today!), 1797, André-Jacques Gar­ner­in made the first notable para­chute jump. Gar­ner­in first con­ceived of the idea while imag­in­ing his escape from the high ram­parts of a Hun­gar­i­an prison where he served three years dur­ing the French Rev­o­lu­tion. Upon his release, he designed a para­chute with a 23-foot canopy, and on this day he attached it to a hydro­gen bal­loon and ascend­ed 3,200 feet above Paris. He jumped above the crowd and oscil­lat­ed wild­ly because there where no vents in the orig­i­nal chute. He land­ed a half-mile away from his launch point, shak­en up, but unharmed, and with the dis­tinc­tion of the first and high­est para­chute jump.