Victorinox: We’ve grown to love the versatility of Swiss Army multi-tools, but now take a look at these game-changing knife cards, which pack knives and tools into a slim-profiled case the size of a credit card.
Coal: Coal was founded on the belief that headwear is more than an accessory. It is part of you, your identity, and your lifestyle. Drawing from deep roots in art, skate and snowboard culture, Coal delivers a whole new take on the woolen, knit beanie. Create your own unique identity with gear that is as out-spoken as you are. Click through now for member exclusive pricing.
Lucky Bums: Lucky Bums was created in 2004 by a husband-and-wife team with a single goal in mind: To help their kids enjoy being outside with functional gear that keeps them warm, dry, and safe. With versatile, comfortable, and technical outdoor gear, kids can focus on the important things, like perfectly cooked marshmallows. Featuring sleeping bags, backpacks, and more.
HEX: Hauling your iPad to the cabin? Your laptop to the beach? HEX bags and accessories are built for tech-savvy men and women on the go. Their bags feature compartments and carrying sections constructed to accommodate today’s most popular portable electronics and they include soft-lined pockets and critical weight-area padding to ensure maximum protection. Oh, and they look cool too. Click through now to shop our collection of HEX ipad and laptop bags and more.
IN OTHER NEWS:
The Little Stove That Could: Did you know? We’re carrying Esbit camp stoves today. Ever wonder where those little wonders came from? Alex Soyer laid the groundwork for the modern-day portable stove in 1849. He designed the small, single-burner stove to run on pressurized fuel and to have sufficient heating power to cook a meal in a couple of minutes. Deemed “The Magic Stove,” it paved the way for the more popular Primus, which wasn’t developed until the late nineteenth century. So, the next time you are about to devour a bag of piping hot beef stroganoff, give nod to Soyer, a great man with a great idea.
Happy Friday, Clymbers. From rain gear for your commute to everything you need to cook up and eat a feast by the campfire, we’ve got a great mix for you today. Enjoy!
Here’s what we’ve got on the docket:
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 Showers Pass technical apparel, available now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Wenger: Other than chocolate, Switzerland is known for doing two things really, really well: Watches and pocketknives. Wenger made them famous for both. Sometimes there’s no time to trifle with chocolate and Wenger, the official supplier of knives to the Swiss Army since 1908, has had an army to outfit. That’s pretty sweet too. Arm yourself with Wenger knives and watches, on sale today at The Clymb.
Esbit: Esbit is named for its founder, Erich Schumm, who invented solid fuel tablets in Germany in 1936. The company’s name stands for “Erich Schumm Brennstoff In Tabletten” (“Brennstoff in Tabletten” is German for “Solid Fuel Tablets”). Cook your bratwurst the bratbest with Esbit cookware, fuel tabs, & more, available now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.