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

 

inov‑8: inov‑8 footwear is designed to keep the foot close to the ground so that run­ners can feel and adapt to the ter­rain beneath them.

Out­side Mag­a­zine: Out­side is Amer­i­ca’s lead­ing active-lifestyle and adven­ture-trav­el mag­a­zine. Click through now for insid­er pric­ing on a one-year sub­scrip­tion to the author­i­ta­tive publication.

Kryp­tonite: Mall-peo­ple keep their off­spring on kid­die leash­es out of love. Prove that you love your bicy­cle even more by secur­ing it with a Kryp­tonite lock.

 

Detours: Bik­ing through the sog­gy win­ters in the Pacif­ic North­west requires more than moti­va­tion; it requires seri­ous water­proof­ing. Bat­ten down the hatch­es with the mes­sen­ger bags and more fea­tured here.

Intense Tires: As their name sug­gests, Intense Tires takes their prod­ucts seri­ous­ly. This col­lec­tion is not for the fair-weath­er com­muter. Check out these top-flight per­for­mance tires now.

Lizard Skins: It makes sense that Lizard Skins is based out of Utah, where the sand­stone desert is a whoop-de-doo bike jump play­ground. Hang on to your han­dle­bars with the grips fea­tured in this collection. 

t.h.e. indus­tries: Launch mas­sive airs with­out the fear that if you botch the land­ing you’ll lose your teeth. These car­bon fiber and com­pos­ite full-face hel­mets from t.h.e. indus­tries will pro­tect your grill.

Grav­i­ty: The stems, cranksets, and more in this col­lec­tion from Grav­i­ty all have one thing in com­mon: They are designed to meet the high­est stan­dards while still avail­able at a rea­son­able cost.

Men’s Fit­ness Appar­el: If your fit­ness appar­el could talk, it’d say two words: “Enough already!” Stop the sweaty cru­el­ty and bring in some replace­ments. We’re fea­tur­ing soft­shells, com­pres­sion shorts, and more. 

Wom­en’s Fit­ness Appar­el: Achieve new per­son­al bests in style. With this exten­sive col­lec­tion of tops, leg­gings, shorts, and much more, you’ll find the appar­el you need to start check­ing your fit­ness goals off the list.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Para­chut­ing Lady: Did you know? On Octo­ber 12th (that’s today!), 1798, Jeanne Genevieve Labrosse became the first woman para­chutist in his­to­ry. She jumped from near­ly 3,000 feet from a heli­um-filled bal­loon float­ing over Paris. The seed of her record-break­ing stunt was plant­ed two years ear­li­er when she watched Andre Jacques Garnerin’s first hydro­gen bal­loon flight. She became his pupil, and soon they mar­ried. The two reg­is­tered a patent for the para­chute and began tour­ing Europe jump­ing from balloons.