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Arbor: Uncompromising in its approach to sustainability and design, Arbor uses eco-friendly materials like bamboo to produce apparel that’ll make you feel and look great. Featuring jackets, tees, shorts, and more.
Five Ten: Five Ten footwear utilizes revolutionary high-friction rubber technology that enables wearers to grip even the most slippery rocky surfaces like a human fly. Jeff Goldblum, eat your heart out.
Hyalite: Winner of numerous Backpacker Editors’ Choice and Outside Magazine Gear Awards, Hyalite Equipment specializes in seam-welding technologies for dry bags, sleeping pads, panniers, and more.
Sugoi: Sugoi designs gear that helps dedicated athletes push the boundaries of personal performance. This collection includes jackets, jerseys, bib shorts, and more by the respected brand.
2XU: Race with confidence in performance apparel worn by world champions and endorsed by sports institutions the world over. Today’s collection includes running tops, shorts, and more.
2XU Wetsuits: 2XU premium wetsuits offer optimal balance between buoyancy and flexibility, giving demanding triathletes the edge they need when it’s time to get wet. Find the style for you here.
La Sportiva: Born at the foot of the mighty Italian Dolomites, La Sportiva has been building technical outdoor footwear for hardcore mountain devotees since 1928. Featuring trail running and rock shoes.
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IN OTHER NEWS:
Oregon’s Crown Jewel: Did you know? On October 29th (that’s today!), 1792, Lt. William Broughton, a member of Captain George Vancouver’s discovery expedition that explored and charted the Pacific Northwest coast range, coined the name for Oregon’s tallest peak, Mt. Hood. He named it after a man he admired, the British Admiral, Samuel Hood. The mountain is a prominent landmark, visible up to a hundred miles away. Many Clymb employees shred Hoods slopes, hike its valleys, and climb to its peak each year so we’re happy to give it a little shout-out today.