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

Jam­bu & J‑41: Inspired by the beau­ty of the rain­for­est, this col­lec­tion of eco-friend­ly, fleece-lined shoes and water­proof boots from Jam­bu & J‑41 departs from their tra­di­tion­al designs for the cold, wet mountains. 

Wet­fly: Are you try­ing to con­vince the fish you’re a bug again? You might want to read Kafka’s Meta­mor­phi­sis, and then acquire some gear from Wet­fly. Their fly box­es and reels will help your cause. 

Coal: Draw­ing from its roots in art, skate and snow­board cul­ture and with inspi­ra­tions rang­ing from moun­tains to the Flam­ing Lips, Coal deliv­ers great fit and for­ward-think­ing design.  Click here to see these awe­some products.

Sunice: You can spot Sunice on the sum­mit of Ever­est or on the podi­um at the Olympics. The trust­ed out­er­wear brand from the Cana­da is now avail­able at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing. 

DAKINE Packs: Hike back­coun­try lines with your skis strapped to your pack. Bob and weave like a stylin’ mes­sen­ger. There’s a DAKINE pack for every pur­pose. Find yours in this col­lec­tion at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing. 

DAKINE Win­ter: Com­plaints on a pow­der day are like giv­ing dead ros­es to your prom date. Don’t do it! Cel­e­brate the snow with these qual­i­ty mitts, base­lay­ers, bean­ies, and more in this exten­sive col­lec­tion from DAKINE. 

DAKINE Lug­gage and Bags: You don’t have to prove you’re tough by lug­ging a heavy bag through the air­port. You can use the wheeled roller bags in this col­lec­tion from DAKINE to save your strength for more mean­ing­ful feats.

Dunkelvolk: From the beach­es of Lima, Peru comes Dunkelvolk appar­el. Blend­ing surf, skate, and street-styled artistry, this col­lec­tion of appar­el is as funky as say­ing Dunkelvolk three times fast.

VAUDE: Head­quar­tered in Ger­many, VAUDE (pro­nounced “vah-day”) has set its sights on becom­ing Europe’s most envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly out­door brand. Today’s col­lec­tion fea­tures tents, packs, and much more.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Unlock­ing Cho Oyu: Did you know? On Octo­ber 19th (that’s today!), 1954, Her­bert Tichy led a climb­ing par­ty up the north­west ridge to the first suc­cess­ful sum­mit of Cho Oyu. At 26,906 feet, Cho Oyo is the sixth tallest moun­tain in the world, and it is the most acces­si­ble sum­mit of the world’s 14, eight thou­sand meter peaks due to the prox­im­i­ty of a glaciat­ed moun­tain pass that Tibetans and the Khumbu’s Sher­pas use as their main trad­ing route. Ini­tial climb­ing par­ties, how­ev­er, includ­ing Sir Edmund Hilary’s attempt in 1952, were turned away by the chal­leng­ing climb. It was not until Tichy and his men unlocked the north­west ridge with a route through a poten­tial­ly chal­leng­ing high-ele­va­tion crux move, that Cho Oyo became known as the eas­i­est of the world’s high­est sum­mits to climb.