Mem­bers, gear up for adven­ture at any elevation!

For $100, you could bel­ly up to a three-course meal at your favorite restau­rant. Or you could flesh out your clos­et here with pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal appar­el by top brands like Show­ers Pass, Hold­en, and Technica.

Men’s Under $100 | Wom­en’s Under $100 | Gear Under $100

For $50, you could bet your friend that he can’t prove his lat­est boast. Or you could sit back and indulge his tall tales know­ing that you’re per­fect­ly con­tent tak­ing the high road—in some pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal appar­el by top brands like Drag­on and Vaude.

Men’s Under $50 | Wom­en’s Under $50 | Gear Under $50

 

For $25, you could take a friend to the new big-bud­get block­buster. Or you could stay home and score pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal appar­el from top brands like Hur­ley, DVS, and Out­door Research from The Clymb. Stick with Net­flix tonight to enable a larg­er-than-life adven­ture sto­ry of your own later.

Men’s Under $25 | Wom­en’s Under $25 | Gear Under $25

For over $100, you could buy a new tele­vi­sion to watch the Dis­cov­ery chan­nel in High Def­i­n­i­tion. Or you could go out­side and dis­cov­er some­thing in the res­o­lu­tion of real­i­ty with pre­mi­um gear by top brands like Big Agnes, March Brown, and Brooks England.

Men’s Over $100 | Wom­en’s Over $100 | Gear Over $100

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

 

 

686: If you’re play­ing the slots, 686 comes up short, but if you’re look­ing for out­er­wear, 686 is the jack­pot. Since 1992, this So-Cal brand has dealt out snowboard/skate appar­el inno­va­tions like they’re a black­jack deal­er in Vegas. Shop this col­lec­tion for Men’s and Women’s insu­lat­ed jack­ets, sweaters, and more!

 

 

 

 

 

Neff: Neff is the first authen­tic core surf, skate, and snow head­wear brand in the indus­try. It is now worn by the biggest names in action sports and sold in over 40 coun­tries— a pret­ty impres­sive feat by Shaun Neff, who found­ed the com­pa­ny just 10 years ago and says, “We are like a gum­ball machine, spit­ting out end­less fla­vors for the world to con­sume.” Get a taste today on the The Clymb with Neff head­wear, tech­ni­cal appar­el, and acces­sories at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

Eider: Imag­ined, designed, and con­ceived in the heart of the French Alps, Eider brings to life fash­ion­able, tech­ni­cal, and ver­sa­tile moun­tain cloth­ing for demand­ing users. Work­ing close­ly with ath­letes and tech­ni­cal advi­sors, the icon­ic brand has kept a fin­ger on the alpine pulse since 1962. Fea­tur­ing down jack­ets, down vests, and pants at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

 

Hur­ley: Hur­ley traces its roots back to the south­ern Cal­i­for­nia surf indus­try of the late 1970s. With deep roots in beach cul­ture, the brand designs prod­ucts to be a cel­e­bra­tion of the ocean, youth­ful vig­or, and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. Click through now to shop Men’s and Wom­en’s Hur­ley pants, tees, jack­ets, fleeces, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

 

Shred Ready: Hel­mets, Gog­gles, Gloves, & More: We know what you’re day­dream­ing about while loung­ing pool­side: pow­der fields and pil­low lines, the pic­ture-per­fect kick­er, and face-shots galore. Moth­er Nature will rage soon enough. Stock up on what you need for when she does now with acces­sories from Swany, DAKINE, SPY, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

 

 

Camp Com­forts: Your friends are bet­ter at explor­ing than plan­ning. Be pre­pared for their last-minute adven­ture invites with camp com­forts from top brands. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on sleep­ing pads, sleep­ing bags, cook­ware, tents, fire-starters, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Worlds Largest Laun­dry Machine: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 18 (that’s today!), 1870, mem­bers of the Wash­burn-Lang­ford-Doane Expe­di­tion that sur­veyed the region that would lat­er become Yel­low­stone Nation­al Park, coined the name, “Old Faith­ful.” Shoot­ing up to 8,400 gal­lons of boil­ing water sky­wards at heights exceed­ing 185 feet, the geyser was­n’t orig­i­nal­ly a tourist attrac­tion. The now-icon­ic sym­bol of the Amer­i­can West first served as a laun­dry mat for ear­ly set­tlers. Sound crazy? It is! But it worked. The set­tlers would dump their laun­dry into the cav­ernous open­ing and wait for the pre­dictable blast of boil­ing water, which would both clean their cloth­ing and scat­ter it all over tarnation.

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Hur­ley Men’s: Hur­ley traces its roots back to the south­ern Cal­i­for­nia surf indus­try of the late 1970s. With deep roots in beach cul­ture, the brand designs prod­ucts to be a cel­e­bra­tion of the ocean, youth­ful vig­or, and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. We’re espe­cial­ly excit­ed to be offer­ing Hur­ley’s Phan­tom board­short. Light­weight, water repel­lant, made with max­i­mum stretch and from recy­cled plas­tic bot­tles (about 12 of them), this line may be the pin­na­cle of board­short tech­nol­o­gy. Click through now to shop Men’s and Wom­en’s Hur­ley board­shorts, tees, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 Hur­ley Women’s: Hur­ley traces its roots back to the south­ern Cal­i­for­nia surf indus­try of the late 1970s. With deep roots in beach cul­ture, the brand designs prod­ucts to be a cel­e­bra­tion of the ocean, youth­ful vig­or, and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. We’re espe­cial­ly excit­ed to be offer­ing Hur­ley’s Phan­tom board­short. Light­weight, water repel­lant, made with max­i­mum stretch andRock­y­Mountsles (about 12 of them), this line may be the pin­na­cle of board­short tech­nol­o­gy. Click through now to shop Men’s and Wom­en’s Hur­ley board­shorts, tees, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Rock­y­Mounts: Don’t waste bling on your rims. Let them pic­ture you rollin’ with a new Rock­y­Mounts rack sys­tem that’ll car­ry your prized gear in col­or­ful steeze. Inde­pen­dent­ly owned and oper­at­ed, Boul­der, Col­orado-based Rock­y­Mounts has been build­ing rock-sol­id, whis­per-qui­et, and fuel-effi­cient rack sys­tems for near­ly two decades. The first line of bike racks were craft­ed by hand and sold out of the back of a pick­up truck. The brand builds qual­i­ty and afford­abil­i­ty into each sys­tem so that you can expe­ri­ence dou­ble-stoke car­ry­ing your gear to your next adventure.

Native Eye­wear: When you call Native, Jeff Lenosky, hold­er of the World Record Bun­ny Hop (45.5 inch­es off the ground!) answers. Well, it’s a record­ing. But it’s still cool, which is what we’ve come to expect from the inno­va­tors of Native per­for­mance eye­wear. Native eye­wear is light, com­fort­able, and built tough enough to hold up through even the worst face plants. Pick up a pair today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Keep Shoes: Estab­lished in 2005, Keep Shoes is an inde­pen­dent sneak­er com­pa­ny that works with an inter­na­tion­al net­work of artists, humorists, writ­ers and thinkers to devel­op cru­el­ty-free, unique footwear that push­es indus­try stan­dards and spreads pos­i­tiv­i­ty. Click through now to shop our col­lec­tion of Men’s shoes.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Trea­sure Detri­tus: Did you know? On July 31 (that’s today!), 1715, sev­en days after depart­ing from Havana, Cuba, eleven ships chocked full of trea­sure were lost at sea in a hur­ri­cane near present day Vero Beach, Flori­da. Although heav­i­ly for­ti­fied against pirate attack, noth­ing could pre­vent the car­nage that Moth­er Nature dealt. Sink­ing every boat in the fleet, near­ly 1,000 peo­ple and tons of gold and sil­ver coins (approx­i­mate­ly 14 mil­lion pesos worth) were lost to a watery grave. All of the trea­sure on board would not be recov­ered for near­ly 250 years and some arti­facts and even coins still wash up on Flori­da beach­es to this day.

 

Drag­on

Fresh on the menu today:

Hur­ley Men’s and Wom­en’s Appar­el: Hur­ley traces its roots back to the south­ern Cal­i­for­nia surf indus­try of the late 1970s. With deep roots in beach cul­ture, the brand designs prod­ucts to be a cel­e­bra­tion of the ocean, youth­ful vig­or, and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. We’re espe­cial­ly excit­ed to be offer­ing Hur­ley’s Phan­tom board­short. Light­weight, water repel­lant, made with max­i­mum stretch and from recy­cled plas­tic bot­tles (about 12 of them), this line may be the pin­na­cle of board­short tech­nol­o­gy. Click through now to shop Men’s and Wom­en’s Hur­ley board­shorts, tees, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Drag­on Sun­glass­es: Founder Will Howard breathed the fire of life into Drag­on in a garage in Capo Beach, CA in 1993. Drag­on sun­glass­es fea­ture a com­bi­na­tion of styl­ish, inde­pen­dent design and rugged build that stems from Howard’s pas­sion for action sports. Free your inner myth­i­cal beast by wear­ing Drag­on sun­glass­es, avail­able today on The Clymb for mem­ber- exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: LOOK, Craft, Ocean Mind­ed, Skratch Labs, Bill­abong, IPATH, Load it Up: Packs, Bags, & Lug­gage, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s Footwear, Sum­mer Appar­el, & Colum­bia Watches.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Teens on Top of the World: Did you know? Moun­taineers cel­e­brat­ed a his­toric ‘first’ on this day in 2001, when Tem­ba Tsheri, a 16-year-old Sher­pa from Nepal, became the youngest per­son to sum­mit Mount Ever­est. Tsheri held onto the record until May 2010 when 13-year-old Amer­i­can climber Jor­dan Romero took his crown. Tsheri had first attempt­ed to climb the moun­tain at age 14, but was forced back due to vio­lent storms. The sub­se­quent frost­bite caused him to lose five fingers.

Today’s events are as sooth­ing as a long sip from a cool creek—a cool creek that, of course, is not crawl­ing with Gia­r­dia-induc­ing par­a­sites. (We avoid that kind of event.)

Here’s what we’ve got…

Moun­tain Hard­wear: A pio­neer of inno­va­tion in an indus­try hard­ened by pio­neers, Moun­tain Hard­wear is the ide­al part­ner for any moun­tain chal­lenge. If you’re some­one who sets out to find and chal­lenge the edges of your poten­tial, push past those edges and find your best self in the process, then Moun­tain Hard­wear makes the gear for you. Don’t miss out on Moun­tain Hard­wear Jack­ets, hik­ing pants, shirts, shorts, and more, on sale today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Hur­ley: Hur­ley is an authen­tic lifestyle brand root­ed in surf­ing, skat­ing, music, and art. The company’s inspi­ra­tion is drawn from the ocean and its con­stant state of change. Live your pas­sion with Men’s and Women’s Hur­ley appar­el, on sale now at The Clymb for 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 Polar­max base­lay­ers on sale for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Skull­can­dy: Park City, Utah-based Skull­can­dy mar­kets audio equip­ment that’s designed to sus­tain the rig­ors of the moun­tains. Skull­can­dy prod­ucts can take a thrash­ing and keep on rock­ing, which is cool, but how will they look, you ask? Cool? That’s what you hope, but where’s the proof? In Decem­ber 2008, Forbes mag­a­zine claimed in print that the com­pa­ny made, “the world’s coolest ear bud.” Forbes isn’t all that cool in its own rite, but the publication’s con­clu­sion was based in part on tes­ti­mo­ni­als from all the snows­port ath­letes, NBA play­ers, and super­mod­els that walk around rock­ing out with Skull­can­dy prod­ucts. Even Forbes can rec­og­nize how cool that is. Feel val­i­dat­ed by Forbes even when you’re broke, with Skull­can­dy audio head­wear and appar­el, on sale now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

SCOTT: It’s best to keep SCOTT tech­ni­cal appar­el and out­er­wear in a clos­et all by itself, so your oth­er gear doesn’t get jeal­ous. It’s a cru­el world in the gear clos­et and once you close the door and the lights go out, the tat­tered pieces are gonna attack the biggest threat. Keep that clos­et door closed for long enough and you may nev­er see your SCOTT jack­et again. And your friends won­der why you always wear that flan­nel. A lead­ing pro­duc­er of per­for­mance win­ter equip­ment and appar­el since 1958, SCOTT out­fits snows­port ath­letes for the worst con­di­tions. Today at The Clymb, we’ve got SCOTT out­er­wear and appar­el on sale for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. Find­ing a safe clos­et to put it in is up to you.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Saucony Appar­el, Nideck­er, Suun­to, Some­thing for Every Sea­son, Gre­go­ry, Lole, Run & Bike, Men’s & Women’s Footwear, SPY, & Brooks Running.

IN OTHER NEWS: Did you know? In 1958, Ed Scott, a tal­ent­ed engi­neer and ski rac­er liv­ing in Sun Val­ley, Ida­ho, rev­o­lu­tion­ized the sport of ski­ing with a sin­gle inven­tion: The tapered alu­minum ski pole. Ed Scot­t’s inven­tion imme­di­ate­ly replaced the sport’s exist­ing use of bam­boo and steel. That rev­o­lu­tion­ary prod­uct launched a new brand, SCOTT. Ed Scot­t’s ini­tial vision of tech­ni­cal inno­va­tion would serve as the cor­ner­stone com­pa­ny phi­los­o­phy as the brand matured and expand­ed to new markets.