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

Brun­ton: In 1894, Brun­ton cre­at­ed a pock­et com­pass that freed out­doors­men from bulky equip­ment. See how they con­tin­ue to inno­vate in our col­lec­tion of binoc­u­lars, tripods, and more.

Cushe: Slip­ping your foot into a Cushe is trans­for­ma­tive in the same way get­ting into a bathrobe can be trans­for­ma­tive: once it’s on, all your trou­bles seem to melt into the back­ground of comfort.

Primus: Dur­ing the Hero­ic Age of Arc­tic Explo­ration, two Scan­di­na­vian inven­tors devel­oped a pack­able, soot-free stove to aid explor­ers in their con­quests. Lib­er­ate your­self with the stoves fea­tured here.

LAS Hel­mets: This Ital­ian brand makes the pre­ferred hel­met for those who prize sleek, aero­dy­nam­ic design and unpar­al­leled struc­tur­al integri­ty. Fea­tur­ing race and cycling helmets.

Per­for­mance Socks: The best socks are like a good dog. They stay where they’re told, keep your feet warm, and smell appro­pri­ate­ly enough for an invi­ta­tion indoors. Throw your feet a bone with the socks in this collection.

Knife & Tool: Need to whit­tle an extra tent stake, open a can of beans, or defend your­self against a snarling lion? Now you can solve any num­ber of back­coun­try prob­lems with a knife or mul­ti-tool from this col­lec­tion.



Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Gram­ic­ci: In 1982, at the birth of the Stone Washed Jeans Age, man invent­ed Gram­ic­ci in a south­ern Cal­i­for­nia garage. His cre­ation was equal parts sci­ence and soul, its first man­i­fes­ta­tion a tech­ni­cal pant with a relaxed fit to com­ple­ment the surf­ing and climb­ing lifestyles. Nat­u­ral­ly select­ed for its com­fort­able and styl­ish prod­ucts, Gram­ic­ci has evolved over the years from that first pair of pants to an entire line of appar­el. Adapt to a new age of com­fort with Men’s and Wom­en’s Gram­ic­ci appar­el, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Kona: Some rev­o­lu­tions get you where you’re going with more fun, which is why Kona is all about the free­dom and empow­er­ment of the bicy­cle. And they prac­tice what they preach: The same found­ing own­ers have oper­at­ed the com­pa­ny since 1988. Its staff is made up of active, impas­sioned cyclists who take pride in build­ing great rides and design­ing supe­ri­or tech­ni­cal appar­el for peo­ple who love to ride bicy­cles. Click through to shop this col­lec­tion of moun­tain bike jer­seys by the pro­gres­sive brand.

LAS Hel­mets: All this Ital­ian style and engi­neer­ing just to pro­tect your head? What would your for­eign autos wall cal­en­dar think? It’s okay; you’re worth it. You’ve got brains to pro­tect. Plus this may be the clos­est you’ll come to own­ing an actu­al Lam­borgh­i­ni, which you also deserve some day. Until then, you can be hap­py know­ing that you’re wear­ing the same style of hel­met by the same tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced brand as some of the best Euro­pean cyclists in the pro­fes­sion­al game.


Call of the Wild: Did you know? On July 25 (that’s today!), 1897, 21-year-old Jack Lon­don depart­ed from San Fran­cis­co en route to Alas­ka to join the Klondike Gold Rush. Lon­don was remem­bered more in Alas­ka for his skills in sto­ry­telling than prospect­ing. Close to a year after he moved to Alas­ka, Lon­don returned to the con­tigu­ous Unit­ed States with emp­ty pock­ets and a mean case of scurvy. He struck gold soon there­after as an author, draw­ing from his expe­ri­ences in Alas­ka to become the best-sell­ing author of his day. Lon­don’s books are time­less sto­ries of tri­als and adven­ture in unfor­giv­ing lands. You’re prob­a­bly famil­iar with some of his writ­ing, includ­ing White Fang, Call of the Wild, and the author of this blur­b’s per­son­al favorite, To Build a Fire.