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

Tim­ber­land: Tim­ber­land has been uti­liz­ing cut­ting edge tech­nolo­gies to build rugged out­door gear since 1973. You just can’t go wrong with this clas­sic brand. Fea­tur­ing hik­ing boots, trail shoes, and more.

Fox Riv­er: Wear­ing a qual­i­ty pair of socks or hav­ing a dry pair in your bag is like hav­ing an ace up your sleeve. No need to cheat with this col­lec­tion of per­for­mance socks from the his­toric brand.

Evolv: The climb­ing shoes in this col­lec­tion will not make you climb 5.15b routes like Chris Shar­ma, but you can unlock your poten­tial wear­ing the shoes trust­ed by one of the world’s best climbers.

Pacif­ic Out­door Equip­ment: Just because you want to expe­ri­ence the riv­er, does­n’t mean your phone does. Some things were meant to stay dry. Let POE help you keep the water out with these mes­sen­ger bags and backpacks. 

Shark Freestyle: This So-Cal-found­ed brand embod­ies the spir­it of a free­wheel­ing surfer who keeps track of time not to hur­ry to meet­ings, but to watch the tides. This col­lec­tion fea­tures water­proof watches. 

Fuel Belt: When you’re push­ing past that twen­ti­eth mile, or when the only way home is your own two feet on rugged moun­tain trails, do like Bat­man would and reach for that secret weapon in your belt.

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

Colum­bia Elec­tric Footwear: The future is here with Columbia’s elec­tric footwear. The Omni-Heat boots in this col­lec­tion pro­vide push-of-the-but­ton, bat­tery-pow­ered warmth for those days when your feet turn blue.

OluKai: OluKai cre­ates ver­sa­tile footwear that blends laid-back island style with mod­ern per­for­mance for land or water—all while leav­ing the small­est foot­print pos­si­ble on Moth­er Earth.

Evolv: Made in the U.S., Evolv prod­ucts don’t rest on a Good Ol’ Boy rep­u­ta­tion. This col­lec­tion of aggres­sive­ly pro­filed climb­ing shoes includes some of the most tech­ni­cal­ly inspired footwear in the industry.

Kas­tle: Käs­tle has led the ski indus­try since 1924 with ele­gant, World Cup-dri­ven designs. Using race-test­ed tech­nol­o­gy, each ski they build aims for the per­fect sym­bio­sis of (wo)man, moun­tain, and snow.

Fish­ing on the Fly: The icy moun­tain riv­er makes a song. It’s the song of a siren, a song that lures you in. Wade in, cast out, loose your­self to the rhythm of the riv­er with these rods, reels, waders, and more.

Men’s Walk­a­bout: The per­fect path can turn into a tor­ment­ing trail because of bad footwear. That’s why we sized this col­lec­tion of top brands just for you. Fea­tur­ing KEEN, Cha­co, Colum­bia, and more.

Wom­en’s Walk­a­bout: Those boots were made for walk­ing. And that’s just what they’ll do. Which is why you need some high-top sneak­ers too. And maybe some san­dals. Find it all at insid­er pric­ing in this col­lec­tion of Wom­en’s footwear by Teva, Cushe, Cha­co, and more.

Per­for­mance Socks: The best socks are like a good dog. They stay where they’re told, keep your feet warm, and smell appro­pri­ate­ly enough for an invi­ta­tion indoors. Throw your feet a bone with the socks in this collection.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS: 

The Czech Loco­mo­tive: Did you know? On Octo­ber 26th (that’s today!), 1952, the famed Czecho­slo­va­kian long dis­tance run­ner, Emil Zatopek, broke two world records, the 25,000-meter and the 30,000-meter runs. Zatopek was not only one of the world’s great­est long dis­tance run­ners, but his dis­tinc­tive style also gar­nered a lot of atten­tion. His tor­so would swing from side to side over his hips, and his head would often roll about on his shoul­ders as he made ter­ri­ble wheez­ing and gasp­ing nois­es. His idio­syn­crat­ic style earned him the nick­name, the “Czech Locomotive.”

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

 

 

Prince­ton Tec: Prince­ton Tec has been bat­tling the Dark Side of the out­doors with rev­o­lu­tion­ary illu­mi­na­tion tech­nol­o­gy since 1975. Inspired by human-pow­ered explo­ration, the brand works with adven­ture ath­letes to design the bright­est, most rugged tools for any con­di­tion. 

 

 

 

 

Evolv: When Chris Shar­ma sent the only 5.15b route in the world, Jum­bo Love, he was wear­ing Evolv climb­ing shoes. The supe­ri­or edg­ing, ultra-grip­py rub­ber, and com­fort­able fit makes the choice a no-brain­er. Evolv can’t take the cred­it for Sharma’s accom­plish­ments, but they are the choice of the world’s best rock climber.

 

 

 

 

ClimbX: Full of inno­va­tion, com­mit­ted to the core of climb­ing, and pro­duc­ing sus­tain­able-mind­ed prod­ucts for the glob­al climb­ing com­mu­ni­ty, ClimbX’s prod­uct line has with­stood 8 years of test­ing before mak­ing its debut. Now they’re span­ning the globe. If your knuck­les are skinned raw and you have chalk stains on your jeans, you’re already a mem­ber of the ClimbX tribe. Their devo­tion to climb­ing shows in the shoes and hard­ware fea­tured here.

 

 

 

 

 

Moun­tain Mama: There’s one adven­ture that’s often over­looked in the out­door indus­try – hav­ing chil­dren. That’s why Moun­tain Mama cre­ates active mater­nal appar­el and gear for women expect­ing the biggest adven­ture of all. Made in the U.S.A. with moth­er­ly love, this award-win­ning brand brings a gen­tle, sus­tain­able touch to this col­lec­tion of fleeces, pants, and dresses.

 

 

 

 

Get a Grip, Climb­ing Equip­ment: Your fore­arms are pumped. Your leg is doing the Elvis shake. Browse this col­lec­tion of climb­ing gear from pre­mi­um brands like Push­er, Rev­o­lu­tion, and Fusion before you take that scream­er. From hard­ware, to crash pads, to chalk bags, and more, this col­lec­tion will help you send that route.

 

 

 

 

Camp Essen­tials: Turn the lantern down low. Fire up the alco­hol stove. Bust out your tita­ni­um spork and dig into those freeze-dried noo­dles. Zagat might not rate your spot, but with the lanterns, stoves, and cook­ware in this col­lec­tion, your back­coun­try kitchen will serve up 5‑star ambiance.

 

 

 

 

Trail Ready Women’s 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. Click through to shop our col­lec­tion of hik­ing shoes, boots, and socks by Teva, Patag­o­nia, adi­das, & more. 

 

 

 

 

Trail Ready Men’s Footwear: Ham sand­wich, no mayo. Apple, sliced. Ener­gy bars, cho­sen. Trail mix, per­fect­ed. It feels good to be dialed in. But all the prepa­ra­tion in the world won’t stop your per­fect path from turn­ing into a trail of tears if you aren’t wear­ing the prop­er footwear. Get it here. Click through to shop this col­lec­tion fea­tur­ing Tim­ber­land, Tech­ni­ca, Colum­bia, and more.

 

 

 

 

Per­for­mance Socks: Deformed by the dry­er, chewed on by a dog, it doesn’t take long before your sock draw­er becomes an assort­ment of ragged, one-eyed mis­fits. Over­haul your sock draw­er with the per­for­mance socks in this exten­sive col­lec­tion by top brands such as Teko, Salomon, and much more!

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Into the WildDid you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 6th, (that’s today!), 1992, a local Alaskan hunter, Butch Kil­lian dis­cov­ered the body of Christo­pher McCan­d­less in an aban­doned bus on the Stam­pede Trail just out­side of Denali Nation­al Park in the Alaskan inte­ri­or. McCan­d­less’ diary depict­ed his 113–day attempt to live off the land eat­ing plants, por­cu­pine, and cari­bou before suc­cumb­ing to star­va­tion. John Krakauer’s book Into the Wild and Sean Penn’s movie by the same title depict­ed McCan­d­less as an ide­al­is­tic young man search­ing for adventure.

 

Ear­li­er this week we asked our Face­book fans which was the one human-pow­ered adven­ture they were most look­ing for­ward to in 2012. We received many great respons­es and noticed that a lot involved climbing.

“Epic climb­ing in Col­orado and climb­ing Mt. Whit­ney this summer!”

“Climb­ing Mt Hood!”

“5 days in the whites, climb­ing 12 peaks with my ven­ture crew in the sum­mer. From Mt. Web­ster all the way to Wash­ing­ton and then up to Madison. “

“Climb­ing the Grand Teton!”

We couldn’t resist the chance to get you Rock Ready with some of the best climb­ing gear and appar­el avail­able. This Saturday’s climb­ing event fea­tures Ster­ling Rope, Five Ten, Evolv, ClimbX, and more. Shop now!

You can shop this and all our events with lim­it­ed time $4.98 flat ship­ping or add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order so that the whole order ships for free.

Also Fea­tured This Week:

ELECTRIC Eye­wear, Appar­el, and Acces­sories, Plus SUUNTO For Women

Patag­o­nia, Optic Nerve, Men’s Out­er­wear, & Alpine Mentors

Get Out­side All Year Long With Merrell

There were many amaz­ing ascents in 2011; it’s a won­der Out­side Mag­a­zine man­aged to nar­row them down to just ten. But take on that unen­vi­able task they did, and with much suc­cess man­aged to pick ten sto­ries that encap­su­late the dis­ci­pline and spir­it of climb­ing. From a nine-year-old girl who tore though Hue­co Tanks, Texas to Adam Ondra whose most out­stand­ing sends last year includ­ed two V16s… in two months.

We want you to be rock­ready for 2012 which is why we’re fea­tur­ing climb­ing gear from brands like Evolv, Five Ten, Push­er, and more, plus sum­mit tools like nav­i­ga­tion­al watch­es, pedome­ters, and com­pass­es from HIGHGEAR.

North Pole. South Pole. Mt. Ever­est in One Year. Extreme adven­ture seek­ers are sure­ly wired dif­fer­ent­ly than most. See how HIGH­GEAR’s Eric Larsen plans to save the poles:

Also Fea­tured This Week:

Cau­tion: The Stoke Warn­ing is in Full Effect with VonZip­per and Philips|O’Neill

pho­to cred­its: Denali, Kil­i­man­jaro, Elbrus, Aconcagua, Ever­est

As promised, we’re start­ing the week with our biggest climb­ing event of the year. Get all of your climb­ing hol­i­day shop­ping done now with rock-ready gear from Arc’teryx, evolv, Push­er, Rev­o­lu­tion, Super­Topo (includ­ing The Great Book of Base), and more. You won’t have anoth­er oppor­tu­ni­ty to save up to 60% off on har­ness­es, shoes, chalk bags, and crash pads. Also, exquis­ite Clymb­ing DVDs and a unique oppor­tu­ni­ty to join the Amer­i­can Alpine Club. It all starts here.

From one human-pow­ered move­ment to anoth­er, we also have an event every cyclist will love. Get qual­i­ty bike shorts, jer­seys, and cycling appar­el from Canari at up to 60% off retail. The Canari event is open to mem­bers only right now.

You should also stop by our Face­book page today. Tomor­row is the last chance to get in your pho­to of you rock­ing a Clymb T‑shirt for a chance to win $10, $20, $50, or $500 to The Clymb. We’ll be post­ing the entries so far in a spe­cial album. Also, if you have ques­tions about these or oth­er events, that’s a good place to ask. We’re also on Twit­ter. 

Here’s anoth­er look at what into mak­ing The Great Book of BASE, the first of its kind full-col­or book on base jumping:

 

We’re bring­ing you world-class climb­ing footwear from Evolv. Worn by such as Chris Shar­ma and Chris Lin­der, Evolv is com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing  cut­ting-edge per­for­mance climb­ing footwear that meets the unique needs of climbers every­where. Shop Evolv at up to 50% off now.

 

Also for the climbers, made right here in the USA, Ster­ling Rope. They work hard to pro­vide durable, qual­i­ty rope for climb­ing and res­cue use. It can be yours at up to 50% in our exclu­sive Ster­ling Rope event.

Join us in wel­com­ing Kay­land hik­ing and back­pack­ing boots for men and women. Using inno­v­a­tive mate­ri­als to achieve a qual­i­ty, com­fort­able fit, Kay­land has a rep­u­ta­tion for pro­duc­ing some of the best active footwear on the mar­ket. Shop our Kay­land event at up to 60% off here.

You can still shop our Teva, Teko, and Sier­ra Designs events. And there are still exclu­sive The Clymb tees avail­able. Buy one, and your entire order ships for free. If you have any ques­tions, reach out via Face­book or Twit­ter, and we’ll take care of you.