Fresh on the menu today:

Out­door Research Women’s: Shrug off a squall as you hike deep into Olympic Nation­al Park’s Hoh Rain­for­est wear­ing one of these tech­ni­cal shells from Out­door Research. Pair it with an insu­lat­ed base lay­er and nothing’s stop­ping you from claim­ing the sum­mits. We’re fea­tur­ing storm­proof jack­ets and pants, insu­lat­ing base lay­ers, and a whole lot more to out­fit your aspirations.


Out­door Research Men’s: 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.



Out­door Research Acces­sories: Out­door Research designs func­tion­al solu­tions to fend off the ele­ments. This col­lec­tion of hats, gloves, and more, can equip your entire fam­i­ly for the many moods of Moth­er Nature. Don’t let her storms keep you in. Out­fit your­self and ven­ture forth, my friend. This col­lec­tion fea­tures an exten­sive hat selec­tion: bean­ies, som­breros, and sun hats for men, women, and children.


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.


Dan­skin: Fin­ish­ing a triathlon is hard enough. No need to try it with a chaffing wedgie, too. These women’s tri suits, shorts, and tanks from Dan­skin are designed with a com­fort­able fit so they won’t ride up. Dan­skin has cel­e­brat­ed fem­i­nin­i­ty in action for over 125 years. Today’s col­lec­tion fea­tures the ath­let­ic appar­el you need for all those train­ing rides, swims, and runs.


Hip­pyTree: Found­ed in a Her­mosa Beach garage by a local surfer, climber and artist, Hip­pyTree is ded­i­cat­ed to design­ing prod­ucts and graph­ics that embody the “surf & stone” lifestyle. The brand soft­ens its envi­ron­men­tal impact by using eco-friend­ly mate­ri­als and man­u­fac­tur­ing meth­ods. We’ve got a great col­lec­tion of Hip­pyTree Men’s sum­mer­wear right now. Click through to check it out.


Tech­ni­cal 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 hik­ing boots and per­for­mance trail socks from Patag­o­nia, Sorel, Colum­bia, & more.



Death at the Races: Did you know?

On August 15, (that’s today!), 1945, the pro­fes­sion­al cyclist Bruno Cari­ni and Dante Gianel­lo were struck by a US Army Jeep dur­ing the Grand Prix du Débar­que­ment. The Jeep’s dri­ver nev­er stopped. The acci­dent killed Cari­ni and result­ed in Gianel­lo los­ing his leg and effec­tive­ly end­ing his career, which includ­ed the high­light of win­ning the 13th stage of the Tour de France in 1938, and fin­ish­ing 10th overall.

What would it take for a pro­fes­sion­al ath­lete, per­form­ing at the high­est lev­el, to take a break? SPY Pro Surfer Alex Gray shares what was behind his deci­sion to stop com­pet­ing in order to chase big­ger waves:

Also in the spir­it of fol­low­ing a less-trav­elled path, over a decade ago, graf­fi­ti artist and surf pho­tog­ra­ph­er Andrew Sar­nec­ki began design­ing and print­ing his own mini surf mag­a­zine, “South Bay.” Now, he’s tak­en his sig­na­ture tag and cre­at­ed Hip­pyTree, an eco-con­scious com­pa­ny that pro­vides qual­i­ty surf and climb­ing inspired prod­ucts to open-mind­ed indi­vid­u­als. Hip­pyTree also walks the walk in terms of sus­tain­abil­i­ty, using organ­ic and eco-friend­ly blends in their cloth­ing mate­ri­als and print­ing their cat­a­logs on recy­cled paper.

Pho­to: HippyTree

Today we cel­e­brate that indi­vid­u­al­i­ty with exclu­sive Hip­pyTree and SPY Optics events and we wel­come Gravis – footwear and appar­el for skaters, snow­board­ers, and surfers. Gravis debuts on The Clymb today with inter­na­tion­al­ly known, skate, surf and snow inspired footwear, appar­el, and packs. Con­sid­er col­or with Gravis’ unique styles that trans­late all over the world.

You can still take advan­tage of $4.98 ship­ping on every order OR add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order for free shipping.

We’ll be shar­ing some great surf and skate videos on Face­book today. Make sure to pay us a visit.

Over a decade ago, graf­fi­ti artist and surf pho­tog­ra­ph­er Andrew Sar­nec­ki began design­ing and print­ing his own mini surf mag­a­zine, “South Bay.” Now, he’s tak­en his sig­na­ture tag and cre­at­ed Hip­pyTree, an eco-con­scious com­pa­ny that pro­vide qual­i­ty, surf and climb­ing inspired prod­ucts to open-mind­ed indi­vid­u­als. Our very first Hip­pyTree fea­tures men’s appar­el at up to 55% off.

Also new to The Clymb, ipath. Orig­i­nal and inspired by skate­board­ing’s rich cul­ture, ipath footwear cap­tures the ener­gy that goes into the sport. Shop a selec­tion of footwear for men, also at up to 65% off, now.

Ken­ny Reed of ipath — cour­tesy of

Final­ly, Drag­on has suc­cess­ful­ly pro­vid­ed func­tion­al, high-qual­i­ty eye­wear inspired by a pas­sion for surf­ing, snow­board­ing, and rid­ing dirt bikes, and they’ve become a leader in design­ing high-per­form­ing snow gog­gles. We’re proud to fea­ture a selec­tion of their gog­gles at up to 60% off.

We’re also still offer­ing super deep sav­ings on Hi-Tec and Ore­gon Sci­en­tif­ic. The pur­chase of an exclu­sive The Clymb tee still qual­i­fies your entire order for free ship­ping, don’t for­get about that. And if you need reminders on upcom­ing events or infor­ma­tion on your cur­rent orders, please don’t hes­i­tate to stop by our Face­book and Twit­ter pages.

Check out this video of Matt Rodriquez from ipath Films: