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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.
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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?