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

Spe­cial Blend: Spe­cial Blend out­er­wear is so beau­ti­ful­ly designed, you might be com­pelled to hang it on your wall. Don’t. The bombproof jack­ets and pants in this col­lec­tion are meant for moun­tains of abuse.

Foursquare: Foursquare founder Peter Line invent­ed switch corkscrews to win four X Games gold medals. The win­ning inno­va­tion con­tin­ues with this col­lec­tion of tech­ni­cal jack­ets, pants, and more.

Inno: Found­ed in Japan by the same man who invent­ed the car seat head­rest, Inno Car Racks is the first choice in the Land of the Ris­ing Sun. See what’s behind the buzz with bike racks and more.

Eagle Creek: The experts at Eagle Creek are ded­i­cat­ed trav­el­ers who design near­ly inde­struc­tible trav­el gear for fel­low lovers of the open road. Fea­tur­ing wheeled car­ry-ons, day­packs, wal­lets, and more.

FoxRiv­er: 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.

Ross: There’s no time to wor­ry about your gear when the line’s whizzing through your reel. Haul that steel­head in with the #1 sell­ing reels in the coun­try. Avail­able now at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.



Con­quer­ing the Kang­shung Face: Did you know? On Octo­ber 8th, (that’s today!), 1983, James D. Morrissay’s Amer­i­can climb­ing expe­di­tion became the first crew to suc­cess­ful­ly ascend the 11,000-foot Kang­shung Face, the east­ern face of Mt. Ever­est. Their route is on the most remote por­tion of the moun­tain and is con­sid­ered one of the most dan­ger­ous sum­mit routes because hang­ing glac­i­ers on the upper half present con­stant avalanche dan­ger, while over­hang­ing rock but­tress­es with unsta­ble ice tow­ers define the low­er half of the route. After five and a half weeks of gru­el­ing effort, the sev­en-per­son team reached the sum­mit of the world at 29,029 feet.




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Fresh on the menu today:

Saucony: Saucony’s name­sake is Saucony Creek, upon the banks of which the com­pa­ny was found­ed in Penn­syl­va­nia in 1898. The Saucony logo—a wave of red wash­ing over three dis­tinct dots—represents the end­less flow of water over the boul­der-strewn creek bed. Today’s col­lec­tion fea­tures Men’s and Wom­en’s run­ning appar­el and acces­sories from the icon­ic brand.


Timex: Altime­ter? Check. Barom­e­ter? Check. Com­pass and alarm? Check and check. Chrono­graph for log­ging a new per­son­al best? Check. A hun­dred years ago, the instru­men­ta­tion need­ed to access all this infor­ma­tion would fill a ruck­sack. Get all the tech­nol­o­gy you’ll ever need and maybe even a lit­tle extra with Timex Men’s and Women’s expe­di­tion and race-style watches.


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.


Sock­Guy: The bril­liant minds behind Sock­Guy have dis­cov­ered the per­fect recipe for fun and func­tion­al footwear: Take two feet, cov­er with equal parts per­for­mance and com­fort, sprin­kle lib­er­al­ly with awe­some­ness. Pre­mi­um socks have nev­er looked so good! Click through now to check out socks so fresh you’ll turn heads.


Fly Fish­ing: The riv­er will churn with the trem­bling of fish ter­ri­fied of your new fly-fish­ing gear. Let the water sooth you like a nice mas­sage. Shop rods, waders, float tubes, and more at insid­er pric­ing. Hes­i­tate on this one and years from now you’ll still be telling sto­ries about how it got away. Click through now for insid­er deals on fly-fish­ing essentials.


Castel­li: Behold, the Fer­rari of cycling appar­el. Head­quar­tered in Italy, Castel­li has out­fit­ted cycling cham­pi­ons since 1876. The com­pa­ny invent­ed the skin­suit, the sub­li­mat­ed jer­sey, and the first Lycra short used in pro­fes­sion­al rac­ing. Beau­ti­ful, inno­v­a­tive, Castel­li is the man­i­fes­ta­tion of ped­al-pow­ered speed. Click through now before it’s all gone!


Lite­speed: An argu­ment could be made that Lite­speed makes the best bicy­cles in the uni­verse. The tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced brand man­u­fac­tured the tita­ni­um tub­ing for NASA’s Curios­i­ty rover, which is cur­rent­ly roam­ing on the sur­face of Mars. When they aren’t out­fit­ting Amer­i­ca’s space pro­gram, the brand com­mits to build­ing and engi­neer­ing bikes that every­one can agree on are out of this world.


Run­ner’s World: Give your­self a rea­son to get off the couch. From begin­ner to advanced, casu­al to pro­fes­sion­al, Run­ner’s World will moti­vate and inspire you. The pub­li­ca­tion offers expert train­ing and med­ical advice, inspi­ra­tional sto­ries, and fea­ture arti­cles to help fuel your per­for­mance.  Click through now for insid­er pric­ing on a one-year sub­scrip­tion to the icon­ic publication.



Bal­loon­ists Con­quer Chal­lenge, Hot Dogs: Did you know? On August 17th (that’s today!), 1978, a six-day odyssey to com­plete the first trans-Atlantic bal­loon voy­age came to a suc­cess­ful end when The Dou­ble Eagle II, an 11-sto­ry, heli­um-filled mon­stros­i­ty, plopped down in a bar­ley field out­side of Paris, France. The bal­loon had set sail from Preque Isle, Maine 137 hours pri­or. From 1859 until the flight of The Dou­ble Eagle II in 1978, there were 17 attempts to con­quer the Atlantic, result­ing in the deaths of sev­en bal­loon­ists. But that did­n’t stop Dou­ble Eagle II pilots Ben Abruz­zo, Max­ie Ander­son, and Lar­ry New­man, who sur­vived on hot dogs and canned sar­dines for the dura­tion of the 3,233-mile flight.


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Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Tight­en Your Line: Make the waters churn with the trem­bling of fish ter­ri­fied of your new fly-fish­ing gear. We’ve got rods, waders, eye­wear, and more. Hes­i­tate on this one and years from now you’ll still be telling sto­ries about how it got away. Click through now for insid­er deals on fly-fish­ing essentials.

Tool Log­ic: Head­ing into the great out­doors is like tres­pass­ing in an old­er sibling’s bed­room. The door is open but BEWARE. Tool Log­ic makes light­weight com­pact tools, knives, and flash­lights for every unfor­tu­nate situation—from hav­ing to smash out a win­dow in an attempt to retrieve locked-in keys, to need­ing super-bright LED light­ing to sig­nal a res­cue chop­per. Today on The Clymb, we’re offer­ing mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a wide selec­tion of inno­v­a­tive Tool Log­ic mul­ti­pur­pose res­cue tools, sur­vival cards, and key rings fea­tur­ing sur­vival neces­si­ties from blades to mag­ne­sium fire starters. Pro­tec­tion from noo­gies not included.

Yoga Fit: Breathe deep the vig­or­ous ele­gance and com­fort of these form-fit­ting tanks; chic, mois­ture-wick­ing per­for­mance pants, and more from your favorite brands. What else can we say? This col­lec­tion kicks asana! Click through now to shop yoga fit­ness appar­el from prAna, lucy, Body Up, & More.


The Clymb and the Feud: Did you know? For­get the Hat­fields and McCoys. Today, a far more furi­ous clan bat­tle will unfold, as The Clym­b’s own com­mu­ni­ty man­ag­er Nina Perez joins her kin to wage war on the pop­u­lar game show, Fam­i­ly Feud. No kid­ding! We’ll try to get our hands on a video clip of the event and post it to our blog so you can watch. Feud them into the ground, Nina!