Howler Broth­ers

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Five Ten: After fin­ish­ing his MBA, Five Ten founder Charles Cole went to the last place any­one thought he could use it—Yosemite. After a slip while descend­ing El Cap, he decid­ed that climbers should have high-fric­tion rub­ber in all of their shoes. Tap­ping his engi­neer­ing back­ground, Cole invent­ed a rev­o­lu­tion­ary new rub­ber for­mu­la. His con­coc­tion result­ed in a rub­ber that fea­tured more fric­tion and dura­bil­i­ty than any­thing climbers had ever expe­ri­enced. Five Ten was born. Approach and climb with con­fi­dence today with Men’s and Wom­en’s Five Ten footwear, avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Howler Broth­ers: The founders of Howler Broth­ers aren’t broth­ers. And they don’t howl. The name pays trib­ute to the howler mon­keys that kept them up while in Cos­ta Rica on surf trips. After a while, the star­tling howls became a part of the part­ners’ col­lec­tive feel­ing of being in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca and served as a con­stant reminder that they were in a good place, doing some­thing they loved. With this emo­tion­al con­nec­tion as a base line, they formed Howler Broth­ers to craft lim­it­ed run, high qual­i­ty cloth­ing and goods that draw inspi­ra­tion from the style and tra­di­tion of surf­ing and coastal sports. Click through now to check out this col­lec­tion of design-dri­ven prod­ucts with uncom­pro­mis­ing style.

Fall­en Footwear: Fall­en shoes were built for one sim­ple thing: skate­board­ing. A prod­uct of the streets and skate com­mu­ni­ties across the world, Fall­en has quick­ly become the shoe of choice for real skaters, the kids and pros that are pound­ing the pave­ment every day just to expand their bags of tricks. Found­ed by pro skater Jamie Thomas in 2003, Fall­en Footwear has quick­ly become one of the most respect­ed skate brands in the indus­try. Designed, test­ed, and destroyed by their team to ensure qual­i­ty and dura­bil­i­ty, Fall­en footwear is known for cre­at­ing shoes that have the looks, but they are, above all else, com­plete­ly skate­able. And with a team of rid­ers like Jamie Thomas, Chris Cole, Bil­ly Marks, Josh Har­mo­ny, Tom­my San­doval, Tony Cer­vantes, James Hardy, and Bri­an Hansen, you’d expect noth­ing else. They’re the movers and shak­ers that are inspir­ing the up-and-com­ers, each leav­ing their mark on the indus­try with their bold and inno­v­a­tive style as well as their sig­na­ture Fall­en shoes. Click through now!

Haul it All: Bags and Lug­gage: Adven­ture is out there, at least that much we know. Which is why a great man wrote, “Oh, the places you’ll go!” He said things in rhyme—at least most of the time—about things like green eggs and the Grinch. But what he didn’t con­sid­er and you know so much bet­ter is that trav­el is nev­er a sinch. Because cats that where hats don’t have this or have that, so don’t deal with trav­el-based lags. But it brings you great cheer to bring your own favorite gear, which is why you need lug­gage and bags.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Shut that Mon­key Up: Did you know? The founders of Howler Broth­ers aren’t broth­ers. And they don’t howl. The name pays trib­ute to the howler mon­keys that kept them up while in Cos­ta Rica on surf trips. After a while, the star­tling howls became a part of the part­ners’ col­lec­tive feel­ing of being in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca and served as a con­stant reminder that they were in a good place, doing some­thing they loved. But not every­body is tick­led by nos­tal­gia when they think of the sound. Howler mon­keys are the loud­est ani­mals in the New World and have caused many a sleep­less night for trav­el­ers in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca. The howlers don’t emit a pierc­ing scream, as you may be think­ing. Their ‘howl’ is more of a low bel­low that’s so loud it can be heard for up to three miles through dense jun­gle. Instead of sip­ping cof­fee, male howler mon­keys kick every morn­ing off with some of this throaty bel­low­ing in order to estab­lish ter­ri­to­ry and get a sense of where their poten­tial com­peti­tors are. They do it again in the evenings. Also, they have beards and long black hair, mean­ing that when they howl, the jun­gle essen­tial­ly comes alive with the sounds of a lot of real­ly loud hip­pies. Speak­ing of hip­pies, it’s Fri­day the 13th. If you see any­one with a hock­ey mask com­ing, start howl­ing your heart out.