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JanSport: Bigger, badder relatives to what you wore to school, these JanSport technical packs are the product of over forty years of hardcore R & D in the brutal Cascade Range. Make your move. They won’t last long.
GForm: Oops, you just dropped your laptop from 100,000ft. No sweat. The protective case from GForm will absorb the impact. Seriously. An iPad in the incredible GForm case survived this test. Get yours here.
Li-Ning: Designed by culture makers and artists and engineered by innovation experts, Li-Ning premium athletic wear puts the brand at the forefront of the revolutionary ‘Made in New China’ movement.
National Geographic Maps: Standing on a peak, nothing is more satisfying than unfolding your map and identifying the terrain. These waterproof maps, guidebooks, and atlases unlock the landscape. Find your way, here.
On September 23rd (that’s today!),1936, the father of extreme skiing, Sylvain Saudan was born in Lausanne, Switzerland. Saudan has many notable first descents on the world’s largest peaks, including Mount McKinley, Mont Blanc, Kilimanjaro, and Mt. Fuji, among many others. To descend these peaks, Saudan pioneered and perfected the “jump turn,” which allowed him to do 180 degree turns down the steepest skiable pitches in the world.
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Arbor: What happens when artistry meets environmentalism on a jury-rigged skate ramp in some gritty alley behind a west-Venice grocery store? Arbor happens. What happens when a group of artists, designers, and friends who snowboard, skateboard, and surf together decide to launch a board and apparel business with an uncompromising approach toward sustainability? Arbor happens. What happens when The Clymb offers Men’s and Women’s Arbor apparel for member-exclusive pricing? You buy it today and feel great about rocking some awesome, fashionable duds that support a refreshingly progressive brand, that’s what happens.
Outside: Outside magazine is America’s leading active-lifestyle and adventure-travel magazine created for outdoor enthusiasts. The publication is packed with legendary storytelling by the world’s best writers from the front lines of adventure, sports, travel, health, fitness, nutrition and environmental issues. In addition, Outside offers cutting edge advice on the best gear for every activity including skiing, rock climbing, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, and many more. Click through now to get member-exclusive pricing on a one-year subscription to the most acclaimed outdoor magazine in the world. Act now and receive a GoLite Sport Bottle (Biodegradable and recyclable 21 oz. water bottle made with recycled content and BPA-free.)
Li-Ning: Li-Ning premium athletic wear is designed by culture makers and artists and engineered by the world’s leading sportswear innovation experts. The exquisite attention to detail in their high-end products puts the brand at the forefront of the ‘Made in New China’ movement that’s making its way across the Pacific. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on the next big thing.
Skullcandy: Established in 2003, Skullcandy makes award-winning audio equipment for Skate, Surf, Snow, Ski, and BMX athletes of all levels. Today’s Skullcandy event features fresh styles by the iconic brand. Have a look! They won’t last long. Ride the soundwaves with Skullcandy headphones, earbuds, and (because why not?) hoodies, available today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Here There Be Dragons: Did you know? According to the Chinese zodiac calendar, 2012 is the Year of the Dragon. This round it’s a water dragon, meaning we can expect a wild ride without the chaos a year of the fire dragon might bring. (Of course that’s just if you hope the Mayans and Nostradamus are wrong in their predictions that the world will suddenly end this year.) For Li-Ning, the biggest Chinese name in sportswear, the 2012 dragon lends both passion and wings as the premium brand launches for the first time in the United States. Li-Ning is a celebration of the ‘New China,’ where premium goods are designed by culture makers and artists who demand an exquisite attention to detail in each of their high-end products. For example, the brand is celebrating Year of the Dragon with athletic shoes inspired by thousands of years of Chinese art, including ancient porcelain vases and the bold yellow robes worn by leaders of the ancient Tang Dynasty.