Cannondale Rock Lemon

Cannondale Rock Lemon

The Swiss are best known for their exquis­ite engi­neer­ing on watch­es and knives, but now with the On-Run­ning Cloudrun­ner we can add run­ning shoes to the list. The soles of these shoes are unlike any oth­er on the mar­ket. The dis­tinc­tive fea­ture is the cloud pods, which pro­vide supe­ri­or impact resistance.

If you’re a heav­ier run­ner or tend to have a hard strik­ing foot then con­sid­er the Cloudrun­ner for your dis­tance runs. The cush­ion­ing pro­vides the ulti­mate long-dis­tance com­fort because they pro­vide a cush­ioned land­ing and a bare­foot stiff­ness at take­off.  The upper-enforce­ments and cus­tom-mold­ed heel strap lock your foot secure­ly into place to give the shoe a stur­dy feel in all ter­rain, but this shoe is tru­ly all about the cloud pods, which are one of the best inno­va­tions in run­ning shoes in the past few years.

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

SOREL: Fash­ion­ably bold, unapolo­get­i­cal­ly dar­ing, and beau­ti­ful­ly brave con­tem­po­rary footwear inspired by stun­ning frozen land­scapes, styled for city streets.

Sug­oi: Sug­oi designs gear that helps ded­i­cat­ed ath­letes push the bound­aries of per­son­al per­for­mance. This col­lec­tion includes cycling sin­glets, jack­ets, and more by the respect­ed brand.

Lucky Bums: With the com­fort­able depend­abil­i­ty of Lucky Bums out­door gear, kids can focus on the impor­tant things, like per­fect­ly roast­ing a marsh­mal­low. Fea­tur­ing sleep­ing bags, back­packs, snow gear, and more.

De Marchi: Found­ed in Italy in 1946, De Marchi is one of the old­est known design­ers of per­for­mance cycling appar­el. Dis­cov­er tech­ni­cal gear informed by a life­time of expe­ri­ence with these bibs and jerseys.

Immer­sion Research: When your heart drops into your stom­ach at the size of the approach­ing wave train, take com­fort know­ing that you’ll be nav­i­gat­ing that watery gaunt­let with pri­mo dry tops and insu­lat­ing layers.

Fire­side Footwear: After a full day bomb­ing pow­der, your quads quiv­er­ing, and your feet just begin­ning to thaw, is there any­thing bet­ter than kick­ing back next to the fire? Unwind with this col­lec­tion of slip­pers and socks.


Native: State-of-the-art tech­nol­o­gy in rugged, fash­ion-for­ward frames, Native polar­ized lens­es block 100% of UV rays and fea­ture exhaust vents that vir­tu­al­ly elim­i­nate creep from fog and condensation.

Win­ter Camp­ing: Expand your camp­ing sea­son to expe­ri­ence the cold nights beneath Ori­on with this col­lec­tion of warm down sleep­ing bags, tents, and more from top brands like Grand Trunk and Sier­ra Designs.

Men’s Win­ter Col­lec­tion: When the snow flies this win­ter, be the last man stand­ing with some help from this col­lec­tion of jack­ets, fleeces, vests, gloves, and more by top brands includ­ing Fjall­raven, C.A.M.P, and Columbia.

Wom­en’s Win­ter Col­lec­tion: Some gals see a storm and head inside; oth­ers see it and head out­doors. Har­ness the awe­some of inclement weath­er in bomber win­ter gear includ­ing down jack­ets, vests, gloves, and more by top brands.

 

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

Brun­ton: In 1894, Brun­ton cre­at­ed a pock­et com­pass that freed out­doors­men from bulky equip­ment. See how they con­tin­ue to inno­vate in our col­lec­tion of binoc­u­lars, tripods, and more.

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 of comfort.

Primus: Dur­ing the Hero­ic Age of Arc­tic Explo­ration, two Scan­di­na­vian inven­tors devel­oped a pack­able, soot-free stove to aid explor­ers in their con­quests. Lib­er­ate your­self with the stoves fea­tured here.

LAS Hel­mets: This Ital­ian brand makes the pre­ferred hel­met for those who prize sleek, aero­dy­nam­ic design and unpar­al­leled struc­tur­al integri­ty. Fea­tur­ing race and cycling helmets.

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.

Knife & Tool: Need to whit­tle an extra tent stake, open a can of beans, or defend your­self against a snarling lion? Now you can solve any num­ber of back­coun­try prob­lems with a knife or mul­ti-tool from this col­lec­tion.

 

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

Blund­stone: Proven in the Aus­tralian Out­back, Blund­stone boots have adorned adven­tur­ous feet since 1870. Fea­tur­ing time-test­ed boots and casu­al shoes by the leg­endary brand.

Ster­ling Rope: Ster­ling Rope is a lead­ing man­u­fac­tur­er of life safe­ty rope and cord for use in climb­ing, rope res­cue, guid­ing, and more. The icing on the cake? Their ropes are pro­duced in the Unit­ed States.

Wenger: Oth­er than choco­late, Switzer­land is known for doing two things real­ly well: watch­es and knives. Wenger made them famous for both. This col­lec­tion fea­tures clas­sic time­pieces and knives.

Ibex: Silky-soft, all-nat­ur­al, antimi­cro­bial (mean­ing it won’t stink), Ibex Meri­no wool appar­el eas­es the heartache of retir­ing your old wool gear to the rag box. Fea­tur­ing jack­ets, bean­ies, jer­seys, and more.

G‑Form: If Felix Baum­gart­ner dropped his cell phone before leap­ing from 130,000 feet to break the human speed record, his phone would have sur­vived in a G‑Form case. Seri­ous­ly. Find über pro­tec­tion here.

Naish: The past 35 years of tech­nol­o­gy and design inno­va­tions in the board­rid­ing world can be summed up with one name: Naish. Pad­dle the next gen­er­a­tion of excel­lence with inflat­able SUPs by the icon­ic brand.

Bonk Break­er: First cooked up in an apart­ment kitchen in 2005, Bonk Break­er bars give ath­letes and week­end war­riors alike the oppor­tu­ni­ty to reap the ben­e­fits of a healthy pow­er-snack that’s also delicious.

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

Asics Footwear: Asics is an acronym of the Latin phrase, “ani­ma sana in cor­pore sano,” which means, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” Pur­sue per­fec­tion with this col­lec­tion of run­ning shoes by the ambi­tious brand.

Asics Appar­el: Run through the sun, wind, and rain with this appar­el by the indus­try-lead­ing ath­let­ic brand. This col­lec­tion fea­tures rain pants, rain jack­ets, run­ning shorts, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

Cha­co: A badge of pride, a Zor­ro slash on your feet, noth­ing reveals that you’ve been out there doing some­thing awe­some like a Cha­co tan line. It cel­e­brates the places Cha­cos take you, which is every­where. Shop the selec­tion here.

PROBAR: Made from all nat­ur­al organ­ic ingre­di­ents, PROBAR prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of bricks in their bellies.

Inno Car Racks: 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.

Rum­ba Time: Time is mon­ey and noth­ing says it more than Rum­ba Time’s Park GO watch that is capa­ble of cash­less pay­ments. Shop this col­lec­tion for a range of styl­ish watch­es at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

Wilder­ness Press: Two things that will nev­er go out of style in the age of tech­no­log­i­cal dis­trac­tion are the out­doors and books. This col­lec­tion fea­tures instruc­tion­al and guide books, nar­ra­tive non­fic­tion, and more.

RubyJupe: If you think skirts are sum­mer appar­el only, think again. RubyJupe is a fresh brand that designs fash­ion-for­ward out­er­wear skirts that are per­fect for keep­ing style in the north­ern latitudes.

JUNK Brands: Even if you already have too much gear in your trunk, you could always use anoth­er high-per­for­mance head­band from JUNK Brands. The syn­thet­ic head­bands in this col­lec­tion will keep your ears col­or­ful­ly warm.

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 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.

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

Gib­bon Slack­lines: The slack­line orig­i­nat­ed in Yosemite Val­ley as a way for climbers to pass the time when they weren’t scal­ing rocks. Whether you slack for kicks or an adren­a­line rush, Gib­bon has the line for you.

Stan­ley: In 1913, William Stan­ley Jr. invent­ed the all-steel vac­u­um bot­tle. Now, near­ly 100 years lat­er, the com­pa­ny is still at the fore­front of hydra­tion inno­va­tion. Cel­e­brate an Amer­i­can clas­sic here. 

Vestal: Vestal’s unique style is inspired by out­doors ath­leti­cism, art, and music. Go from break­ing trail to cut­ting rug with this col­lec­tion of pre­mi­um dig­i­tal and ana­log watch­es and more.

Men’s Out­door Style: The tee you’re wear­ing has seen a lot of adven­tures. You wear it to work too. Let’s face it, that bacon col­lar isn’t win­ning you any style points. Fresh­en up your steeze with tees and tanks — Fea­tur­ing Hur­ley, DAKINE, Arbor, and more.

Wom­en’s Out­door Style: A new top may not be appre­ci­at­ed on Bour­bon Street but it’ll get you down Main Street in style, and that’s where you’ll be parad­ing around any­way. Fea­tur­ing Bill­abong, Ele­ment Eden, and more. 

Men’s Footwear: 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 adi­das, Cha­co, Colum­bia, and more.

Wom­en’s Footwear: 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 Teva, inov‑8, Colum­bia, and more.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Baby, You’re So Nice: Did you know? On Octo­ber 20th (that’s today!), 1984, Phil Ersh­ler, one of the world’s most renowned climbers, became the first Amer­i­can to ascend the North aspect of Mount Ever­est. Ersh­ler bags peaks like most active peo­ple knock out day hikes. His tick list includes sum­mit­ing Mt. Rainier 400 times and sum­mit­ing Mt. Mckin­ley 25 times. He is rec­og­nized as one of only a hand­ful of climbers to have sum­mit­ed the high­est peaks on all sev­en con­ti­nents twice!

 

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

Jam­bu & J‑41: Inspired by the beau­ty of the rain­for­est, this col­lec­tion of eco-friend­ly, fleece-lined shoes and water­proof boots from Jam­bu & J‑41 departs from their tra­di­tion­al designs for the cold, wet mountains. 

Wet­fly: Are you try­ing to con­vince the fish you’re a bug again? You might want to read Kafka’s Meta­mor­phi­sis, and then acquire some gear from Wet­fly. Their fly box­es and reels will help your cause. 

Coal: Draw­ing from its roots in art, skate and snow­board cul­ture and with inspi­ra­tions rang­ing from moun­tains to the Flam­ing Lips, Coal deliv­ers great fit and for­ward-think­ing design.  Click here to see these awe­some products.

Sunice: You can spot Sunice on the sum­mit of Ever­est or on the podi­um at the Olympics. The trust­ed out­er­wear brand from the Cana­da is now avail­able at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing. 

DAKINE Packs: Hike back­coun­try lines with your skis strapped to your pack. Bob and weave like a stylin’ mes­sen­ger. There’s a DAKINE pack for every pur­pose. Find yours in this col­lec­tion at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing. 

DAKINE Win­ter: Com­plaints on a pow­der day are like giv­ing dead ros­es to your prom date. Don’t do it! Cel­e­brate the snow with these qual­i­ty mitts, base­lay­ers, bean­ies, and more in this exten­sive col­lec­tion from DAKINE. 

DAKINE Lug­gage and Bags: You don’t have to prove you’re tough by lug­ging a heavy bag through the air­port. You can use the wheeled roller bags in this col­lec­tion from DAKINE to save your strength for more mean­ing­ful feats.

Dunkelvolk: From the beach­es of Lima, Peru comes Dunkelvolk appar­el. Blend­ing surf, skate, and street-styled artistry, this col­lec­tion of appar­el is as funky as say­ing Dunkelvolk three times fast.

VAUDE: Head­quar­tered in Ger­many, VAUDE (pro­nounced “vah-day”) has set its sights on becom­ing Europe’s most envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly out­door brand. Today’s col­lec­tion fea­tures tents, packs, and much more.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Unlock­ing Cho Oyu: Did you know? On Octo­ber 19th (that’s today!), 1954, Her­bert Tichy led a climb­ing par­ty up the north­west ridge to the first suc­cess­ful sum­mit of Cho Oyu. At 26,906 feet, Cho Oyo is the sixth tallest moun­tain in the world, and it is the most acces­si­ble sum­mit of the world’s 14, eight thou­sand meter peaks due to the prox­im­i­ty of a glaciat­ed moun­tain pass that Tibetans and the Khumbu’s Sher­pas use as their main trad­ing route. Ini­tial climb­ing par­ties, how­ev­er, includ­ing Sir Edmund Hilary’s attempt in 1952, were turned away by the chal­leng­ing climb. It was not until Tichy and his men unlocked the north­west ridge with a route through a poten­tial­ly chal­leng­ing high-ele­va­tion crux move, that Cho Oyo became known as the eas­i­est of the world’s high­est sum­mits to climb.

 

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

Sur­face: The Wasatch back­coun­try is no joke. You need qual­i­ty skis to cel­e­brate the “Best Snow on Earth.” Throw back cham­pagne pow­der until last call with these all-moun­tain skis.

Craghop­pers: Craghop­pers began in 1965 when a group of moun­taineers designed their own clothes to climb Mount Ever­est. This col­lec­tion fea­tures soft­shells, fleeces, and more from the inno­v­a­tive British brand.

Bear Grylls by Craghop­pers: Always inno­vat­ing, Craghop­pers has teamed up with Man vs. Wild’s Bear Grylls to cre­ate the ulti­mate line of sur­vival-inspired tech­ni­cal appar­el. This col­lec­tion includes fleeces, hood­ies, and more.

Teva: Teva (pro­nounced Teh’-vah, not Tee-vah) is com­mit­ted to pro­tect­ing a lin­ear foot of glob­al water­ways for every pair of shoes or san­dals they sell. Fea­tur­ing footwear by the phil­an­thropic brand. 

PROBAR: Made from all nat­ur­al organ­ic ingre­di­ents, PROBAR prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of bricks in their bellies.

Canine Equip­ment: Wag­ging tails. Wrestling match­es. Romp­ing through the mud. Dogs do a lot to inspire us to play out­side. Show your appre­ci­a­tion with the toys, beds, leash­es, and more fea­tured in this collection.

Men’s Cycling Appar­el: Gear up to rage the road or dom­i­nate the down­hill with this dis­ci­pline-defy­ing col­lec­tion of cycling appar­el by Castel­li, Louis Gar­neau, and more.

Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el: Sub­ju­gate the streets or sin­gle­track in some­thing from this women-spe­cif­ic col­lec­tion of fem­i­nine­ly styled per­for­mance cycling shorts, jer­seys, jack­ets, and more by cat­e­go­ry-lead­ing brands, includ­ing Gore, Canari, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Half Mile Destroy­er: Did you know? On Octo­ber 11th (that’s today!), 2011, Mary Kei­tany of Kenya destroyed the half-marathon record time by half a minute. Her time of 65 min­utes and 50 sec­onds set the world record for the women’s half-marathon. Weigh­ing 93lbs, Kei­tany is a light­weight run­ning machine and has bro­ken numer­ous oth­er records, but on this day in the Unit­ed Arab Emi­rates city of Ras Al Khaimah, Kei­tany became the first woman in his­to­ry to break the 66-minute mark.

 

Mem­bers, click through below for exclu­sive pric­ing on today’s fea­tured brands. Events will be live at 8am PST.

 

Asics: Asics is an acronym of the Latin phrase, “ani­ma sana in cor­pore sano,” which means, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” Pur­sue per­fec­tion with this col­lec­tion of run­ning shoes by the ambi­tious brand.

 

Ipath: Found­ed by a group of style-con­scious skate­board­ers with an eco-mind­ed approach to design, Ipath is a unique lifestyle brand that embod­ies the soul­ful and cre­ative aspects of skate­board­ing. Shop the selec­tion here.

 

ISIS: ISIS builds per­for­mance appar­el for active women who believe the say­ing, “Beau­ty comes from the inside out, but body and soul are nour­ished from the out­doors in.” Fea­tur­ing activewear.

 

Fall Surf: Bask on your board in the trop­ics or surf the swell of a calv­ing glac­i­er this fall with pre­mi­um gear from top brands. Fea­tur­ing wet­suits, board­shorts, tees, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

IN OTHER NEWS:

North­ern Expo­sure: Did you know? Octo­ber 6th (that’s today!), 1861, is the birth­day of famous Nor­we­gian explor­er, Fridtjof Wedel-Jarls­berg Nansen. Lead­ing an expe­di­tion across the Green­land inte­ri­or in 1888, Nansen pio­neered suc­cess­ful arc­tic trav­el with inno­va­tions in equip­ment and cloth­ing that would pave the way and influ­ence gen­er­a­tions of polar trav­el­ers. Most famous for reach­ing record north­ern lat­i­tudes dur­ing a North Pole expe­di­tion from 1893–1896, Nansen retired from pro­fes­sion­al explo­ration and ded­i­cat­ed him­self to sci­en­tif­ic study upon his return. Win­ner of a Nobel Peace Prize, Nansen is rec­og­nized as one of the most influ­en­tial Nor­we­gians of all time.

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

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New Bal­ance Appar­el: New Bal­ance cel­e­brates near­ly 75 years expe­ri­ence mak­ing high-per­for­mance run­ning prod­ucts. Click through now to explore this col­lec­tion of the icon­ic brand’s inno­v­a­tive run­ning appar­el. 

New Bal­ance Eye­wear: Eyes are the win­dows to the soul, and this col­lec­tion of light­weight eye­wear has frames fea­tur­ing polar­ized and inter­change­able lens­es. It’s func­tion for the soul from the trust­ed footwear brand.

 

 

 

 

Men’s Out­door Research: Steel your nerves to drop into Corbett’s Couloir at Jack­son Hole know­ing that if you rag­doll the land­ing, this tech­ni­cal col­lec­tion from Out­door Research will at least keep you warm, dry, and ready for anoth­er chance. Like an untracked pow­der slope, this col­lec­tion won’t last long. We’re fea­tur­ing storm­proof jack­ets and pants, insu­lat­ing base lay­ers, and more.

Women’s Out­door Research: Shrug off a squall as you hike deep into Olympic Nation­al Park’s Hoh Rain­for­est wear­ing one of these tech­ni­cal shells. Pair it with an insu­lat­ed lay­er for an unstop­pable com­bi­na­tion. Shop now for this exclu­sive sale for women and children.

Out­door Research Acces­sories: This col­lec­tion of hats, gloves, and more will equip your entire fam­i­ly for the many moods of Moth­er Nature. Don’t let storms keep you in. Out­fit your­self and ven­ture forth, my friend.

 

 

 

 

 

Emer­i­ca: Emer­i­ca’s pre­mi­um skate-inspired footwear and appar­el is designed and test­ed by pro­fes­sion­al rid­ers. Each mod­el is packed with as much per­son­al­i­ty and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty as the rid­ers them­selves because, hey, that’s what skate­board­ing is all about. Speak­ing of what skate­board­ing is all about, Emer­i­ca is about more than just cre­at­ing inno­v­a­tive skate gear. The com­pa­ny active­ly empow­ers youth through skate­board­ing by sup­port­ing orga­ni­za­tions like Boards for Bros, which dis­trib­utes refur­bished skate­boards to chil­dren that can’t afford them. Rod­ney Recloose would be proud. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Men’s Emer­i­ca footwear and apparel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zam­ber­lan: This fam­i­ly-run busi­ness from the Ital­ian Alps has con­cen­trat­ed on build­ing footwear to explore the moun­tains since 1929.  By focus­ing on qual­i­ty, com­fort, and per­for­mance their designs have earned numer­ous awards includ­ing the Out­door Indus­try Award in 2010. The approach shoes in this col­lec­tion will help you reach the summit.

 

 

 

 

 

Men’s Footwear: The per­fect path can turn into a trail of tears because of bad footwear. That’s why we sized this col­lec­tion of pre­mi­um footwear by top brands just for you.

 

 

 

 

 

Women’s Footwear: The per­fect path can turn into a trail of tears because of bad footwear. That’s why we sized this col­lec­tion of pre­mi­um footwear by top brands just for you.

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Kitesurf­ing Teahupo’o: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 14th (that’s today!), 2006, pro­fes­sion­al kitesurfers Jere­mie Eloy, Julien Sudrat, and Yan­nick Salmon gath­ered at the surf break known as Teahupo’o on the French Poly­ne­sian island of Tahi­ti. Teahupo’o loose­ly trans­lates to mean, “to sev­er the head,” and fit­ting­ly, the break pro­duces a dan­ger­ous, hol­low wave that ranges from 10–70ft. What makes the wave so dan­ger­ous is that it crash­es over a coral reef that is only 20 inch­es beneath the sur­face, pro­duc­ing a dense wave that is con­sid­ered the “heav­i­est wave” in the world. On this day the waves were in the 10ft. range and as thick at the lip as they were tall. The three kite­board­ers rode the wave to become the first kite­board­ers to ever surf Teahupo’o.

 

Recess isn’t just for kids any­more. In a time when we’re all teth­ered to our lap­tops, smart­phones, and work sta­tions, the need to take a few min­utes to get out­doors has nev­er been greater.

World­wide Recess Day 2012 kicks off tomor­row and KEEN has found the per­fect way to moti­vate us all to take time to get out­side and get mov­ing — even if we’re work­ing. With Recess Is Back, a glob­al ini­tia­tive of KEEN stores, dis­trib­u­tors, and offices all over the world host­ing recess activ­i­ties tomor­row like four-square, hop scotch and tetherball.

We can all get in on the action by tak­ing ten min­utes tomor­row to get mov­ing. Snap a pho­to of your­self get­ting back into recess and share it on Insta­gram or Twit­ter using the hash­tag #Take10. KEEN will gath­er the pho­tos into a spe­cial gallery on their site and award one pho­to every hour with a pair of KEEN footwear.

So, an oppor­tu­ni­ty to low­er your stress lev­el, bal­ance your work/play lifestyle, and win a pair of awe­some footwear. What’s not to love about that?

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Wilder & Sons: Giv­ing back to the Nation­al Parks nev­er felt so good. These heathered cot­ton tees fea­ture icon­ic images of our nations amaz­ing land­scape. We’ll donate 15% of the pro­ceeds to the park you chose.

 

 

 

 

 

Sper­ry Footwear: In 1935, while watch­ing his dog run nim­bly over some ice, Paul Sper­ry was inspired to cre­ate boat­ing footwear with bet­ter trac­tion. He pulled out a penknife and cut some slits into the out­sole of a rub­ber sneak­er. It worked! Built to grip slip­pery rocks and sail­boat decks, these tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced descen­dants of his cre­ation are designed to pro­vide trac­tion dur­ing the burli­est ocean and riv­er adventures.

Sper­ry Appar­el: In 1935, while watch­ing his dog run nim­bly over some ice, Paul Sper­ry was inspired to cre­ate boat­ing footwear with bet­ter trac­tion. He pulled out a penknife and cut some slits into the out­sole of a rub­ber sneak­er. It worked! Built to grip slip­pery rocks and sail­boat decks, these tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced descen­dants of his cre­ation are designed to pro­vide trac­tion dur­ing the burli­est ocean and riv­er adventures.

 

 

 

 

Swany: Don’t get caught red-hand­ed in the lodge on a pow­der day. Reach for Swany gloves to expe­ri­ence the brand’s com­mit­ment to warmth and dura­bil­i­ty. This col­lec­tion fea­tures their Eco line that demon­strates that a qual­i­ty prod­uct is one with an infi­nite lifes­pan. They are made with recy­cled mate­ri­als and can be recy­cled once you’re ready for anoth­er pair. 

 

 

 

 

Atlantis: Atlantis Weath­erGear pro­duces per­for­mance appar­el for all of the things active peo­ple do on and around the water. Their designs are inspired by decades of sail­ing expe­ri­ence and close col­lab­o­ra­tion with some of the best sailors in the world, includ­ing the US Sail­ing Team for whom Atlantis is the Offi­cial Appar­el Provider and a proud Gold Part­ner. Click through now to shop our col­lec­tion of Atlantis Weath­erGear bibs, vests, smocks, and more.

 

 

 

 

 

C.A.M.P.: Some of us draw inspi­ra­tion from gaz­ing at the moun­tains. Oth­ers climb them. This col­lec­tion of moun­taineer gear from C.A.M.P. will out­fit you to scale the sum­mits. C.A.M.P. began man­u­fac­tur­ing moun­taineer­ing equip­ment in the Ital­ian Alps in 1889. Their deep his­to­ry in mak­ing tech­ni­cal gear has evolved, and at times, even advanced the sport of moun­taineer­ing. Now they are mak­ing some of the most advanced, light­weight gear and appar­el in the indus­try while remain­ing true to their roots in their orig­i­nal fac­to­ry high in the Alps.

 

 

 

 

Men’s Moun­tain Tough: When hel­la­cious storms rip through the high coun­try, you need pro­tec­tion. Find it here with these water­proof jack­ets, pants, and down hood­ies by Fjäll­räven, Moun­tain Hard­wear, and more!

 

 

 

 

 

Women’s Alpine Style: Don’t be caught in the alpine unpre­pared. With the weath­er­proof out­er­wear and fleece in this col­lec­tion by Sier­ra Designs, Mam­mut, and more you can bring the shel­ter with you wher­ev­er you go.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Canyon­lands Des­ig­nat­ed: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 12th (that’s today!), 1964, Con­gress des­ig­nat­ed Canyon­lands Nation­al Park. Near­ly half a mil­lion peo­ple vis­it the park each year, but only 3% of the tourists ever make it to The Maze dis­trict. It is one of the most inac­ces­si­ble loca­tions in the con­ti­nen­tal U.S. The famous author and desert con­ser­va­tion­ist Edward Abbey describes it as, “The most weird, won­der­ful, mag­i­cal place on earth – there is noth­ing else like it anywhere.”

 

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Bur­ton: In 1977, Jake Bur­ton Car­pen­ter found­ed Bur­ton Snow­boards out of his barn in Ver­mont. Since then, the brand has inspired pow­der shred­ders world­wide through its ground­break­ing prod­uct lines, its team of vision­ary rid­ers, and its grass­roots efforts to spread the gospel of snow surf­ing. Click through now to shop hood­ies, tees, packs, and more.

 

 

 

 

OluKai: OluKai aims to con­nect peo­ple to some­thing beyond its prod­ucts, to his­to­ry, to com­mu­ni­ty, to their plan­et. The pre­mi­um lifestyle brand cre­ates func­tion­al, com­fort­able footwear that blends laid-back island style with mod­ern per­for­mance. Its prod­ucts are designed to cel­e­brate Poly­ne­sian cul­ture and man­u­fac­tured in a way that leaves the small­est foot­print pos­si­ble on Moth­er Earth. Shop the col­lec­tion of shoes and san­dals here at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

Goorin Bros.: The Goorin fam­i­ly has been out­fit­ting heads since 1895, when Cas­sel Goorin sold his first hat off a horse cart in Penn­syl­va­nia. The com­pa­ny was then tak­en over by his sons, who moved it out West. Today, Goorin Bros. is led by Cas­sel’s great grand­son, who crafts hats inspired by San Fran­cis­co’s rich artis­tic com­mu­ni­ty. Wear some his­to­ry on your head, with Goorin Bros. time­less hats, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

 

Capo: Capo is a pre­mier brand of inno­v­a­tive cycling appar­el and acces­sories. Its prod­ucts deliv­er tech­ni­cal per­for­mance, pro­gres­sive design, and proven qual­i­ty. It’s not dif­fi­cult to under­stand why: Pas­sion for the sport fuels the com­pa­ny. Which is why they only hire active cyclists. Click through now to shop the gear that backs it all up at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

Polar­max: There’s a notice­able bot­tom line with Polar­max base­lay­ers and it isn’t some­thing that will keep wear­ers sit­ting down: keep the prod­uct warm and the man­u­fac­tur­ing and ship­ping process green. Many of the company’s per­for­mance gar­ments are made from recy­cled yarns and fibers; it uses soy ink to print prod­uct infor­ma­tion on recy­cled paper; and it uses recy­clable pack­ag­ing for ship­ping. That’s a bot­tom line you can feel good about show­ing off. Today, we’ve got mois­ture-wick­ing, anti-micro­bial Polar­max base­lay­ers on sale at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

SOLE: SOLE cre­ates hap­py feet. Know­ing that there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all, SOLE Footbeds and San­dals cus­tom-mold to fit your unique foot­print. Fanat­i­cal atten­tion to detail through­out the design process ensures supe­ri­or fit and unri­valed ortho­pe­dic sup­port and com­fort. Shop our col­lec­tion here at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Route Herder: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 7(that’s today!), 1869, John Muir; nat­u­ral­ist, author, and advo­cate of preser­va­tion of wilder­ness in the Unit­ed States, made the first ascent of Cathe­dral Peak, an out­stand­ing gran­ite pin­na­cle in the Tuolumne Mead­ows area of Yosemite Nation­al Park. While work­ing as a sheep­herder for the sum­mer, Muir wan­dered to the base of the cliff and climbed to the sum­mit, alone, with­out the use of a rope. Most climbers to this day pre­fer to rope up for the final, airy bit of tech­ni­cal climb­ing on this route. Muir’s ascent is arguably the first 4th-class climb to be accom­plished any­where in the Sier­ra range.

 

 

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Sier­ra Designs: Sier­ra Designs has over 40 years of expe­ri­ence cre­at­ing elite per­for­mance gear and appar­el for seri­ous out­door ath­letes. Its prod­ucts con­tin­ue to sup­port explor­ers through every extreme, from the peak of Ever­est to the North and South poles. Over the years, the com­pa­ny has racked up awards from numer­ous pub­li­ca­tions, includ­ing Out­side, Back­pack­er, and Nation­al Geo­graph­ic. Step out like career explor­ers do, with Sier­ra Design’s equip­ment, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

SPY: SPY came into being in the ear­ly-to-mid ‘90s as the brain­child of a group of over-achiev­ing ath­letes and design freaks seek­ing new per­spec­tive through the lens of tech­ni­cal eye­wear. SPY’s patent­ed anti-fog­ging frame tech­nol­o­gy was born from its founders’ pas­sion for surf­ing, snow­board­ing, ski­ing, and rac­ing bicy­cles. Keep a clear eye with SPY sun­glass­es, on sale now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

Reef: Reef’s twen­ty-five year her­itage can be traced back to two broth­ers from Argenti­na. Fueled by their pas­sion for surf­ing and draw­ing inspi­ra­tion from the dynam­ic beach lifestyle, the brand is a core surf com­pa­ny, cre­at­ing authen­tic and inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts intend­ed to nur­ture a lifestyle that involves surf, sen­su­al­i­ty, and a life filled with hap­pi­ness. Click through now for Reef appar­el and footwear.

 

 

 

 

CELTEK: Pack it, roll it, and then pock­et it for the lift, because that’s where it’ll be the best. About halfway up, take that suck­er out. Palm­ing it in your glove feels good, doesn’t it? Savor the feel­ing of mis­chie­vous antic­i­pa­tion. Now throw that snow­ball as hard as you can at your begin­ner-lev­el friend, who is pulling him­self off the ground just below the lift. Stay warm while mak­ing turns or moun­tain may­hem with artis­ti­cal­ly designed CELTEK per­for­mance snow­board­ing gloves, mit­tens, bean­ies, and face­masks, on sale now at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

CRKT: Colum­bia Riv­er Knife and Tool (CRKT) uti­lizes not­ed design­ers to cre­ate styl­ish, inno­v­a­tive equip­ment that exceeds the demands of pro­fes­sion­al users. More impres­sive­ly, it’s suc­ceed­ed in mak­ing knives and tools look good. Behold their beau­ti­ful blades and our even sharp­er exclu­sive-insid­er pricing.

 

 

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O Cap­tain! My Cap­tain!: Did you know? August 24 (that’s today!), 1875, the pro­lif­ic dare­dev­il Cap­tain Matthew Webb of Great Britain became the first man to suc­cess­ful­ly swim the Eng­lish Chan­nel with­out assis­tance. Admired for both his prowess in the water and his pen­chant for risk-tak­ing, Cap­tain Webb was intrigued by the chal­lenge of span­ning the treach­er­ous body of water. Lub­ing him­self up with por­poise oil for added warmth, Webb entered the water for his mon­strous effort. Swim­ming against the tide for the next 21 hours and 45 min­utes, and near­ly being stymied from the sting of a jel­ly­fish, Webb per­se­vered with a nip of brandy, and wad­ed onto the beach an instant inter­na­tion­al celebrity.