Teva

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Teva: Teva works with non­prof­it con­ser­va­tion orga­ni­za­tions to help keep the world’s liq­uid play­grounds clean. For every pair of Teva shoes sold, the com­pa­ny pro­tects a lin­ear foot of glob­al water­ways in rivers, lakes, and oceans. In 2012, the com­pa­ny will stew­ard some­thing in the neigh­bor­hood of 4.4 mil­lion lin­ear feet. Sup­port a great com­pa­ny and a great cause with Men’s and Women’s Teva footwear, avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing!

New Bal­ance: 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.

Insight: Furi­ous­ly indi­vid­u­al­is­tic, Insight is deter­mined to tran­scend estab­lished fash­ion indus­try norms with its unen­cum­bered styles. This col­lec­tion fea­tures surf and skate-inspired appar­el by the inde­pen­dent, design-dri­ven brand from Aus­tralia. Click through now for insid­er pric­ing on our col­lec­tion of Insight shorts, tees, and shirts.

Dahlgren: Dahlgren com­bines two of the best mate­ri­als on earth—alpaca fiber and Meri­no wool—with 100% post-con­sumer recy­cled poly­ester to cre­ate per­for­mance socks that are trail-tough, com­fort­able, funk-resis­tant, and that boast the only active mois­ture-man­age­ment process avail­able in a sock. Behold, socks that are tru­ly fit for the Adven­ture Gods. You might want to sit down because your feet are about to swoon. We’ve got Dahlgren’s Men’s & Wom­en’s hik­ing, snow, and casu­al socks in stock. Click through to get ’em before they’re gone. With mem­ber-exclu­sive prices, they won’t last long.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: fi’zi:k, Lezyne, Clymb Tees, Canari, Yoga Essen­tials, Show­ers Pass, Sug­oi, Uvex, Olib­erté, Brun­ton, Har­mo­ny, Adven­ture Tech­nol­o­gy, & Bomber Gear.

IN OTHER NEWS: 

Mid­sum­mer Night’s Meme: Did you know? Today is the sum­mer sol­stice, the longest day of the year. For thou­sands of years, dif­fer­ent cul­tures have cel­e­brat­ed the day and passed their tra­di­tions on to future gen­er­a­tions who have tweaked it appro­pri­ate­ly to fit their needs. Most­ly their cel­e­bra­tions involved drink­ing and feast­ing and light­ing stuff on fire. Ancient pagans loved to par­ty as much as the next cul­ture. They referred to the sum­mer sol­stice as Mid­sum­mer and would cel­e­brate by build­ing gigan­tic bon­fires and get­ting drunk on mead before jump­ing through them. The goal was­n’t to be bro­tas­tic. The men and women believed that their crops would grow as high as they were able to jump. It did­n’t work. The mead did though! Do you have any plans for ye olde longest day of the year?