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Fresh on the menu today:
KEEN Women’s Footwear: KEEN footwear revolutionized water shoes in 2003 with the Newport Sandal. Their toe protecting design had footwear companies around the country kicking themselves saying, “Why didn’t we think of that?” Their expanded product line provides hybrid shoes for those whose lifestyles are an interchangeable blend of work and play.
Shop KEEN Men’s Footwear here.
KEEN Bags: Be a conscientious carrier with the Sula tote made from repurposed fabric scrap or the Westport recycled felt shoulder bag. Regardless of what you haul and how you prefer to haul it, KEEN bags and wallets will help you take a load off in style. Pick up a new KEEN bag or wallet now for member-exclusive pricing.
Gnu: Grandmaster Flash is to hip-hop what Gnu is to snowboarding: ahead of their time. Gnu started in the late 70’s, and in the snowboard world, that’s geezer status. But they’ve kept things fresh with urban-styled graphics and deep sidecuts for surf-like thrashing action. Gnu boards are still built in northern Washington. This collection features some of their top-selling boards and bindings at member-exclusive pricing.
Anon: When you’re bombing downhill on a waxed rocket, vision matters. Anon know this. They’ve been executing technical designs since 2001, and have become the trusted goggle of some of the top riders in the world. So stop closing your eyes and hoping for the best. Strap on a pair of these technical optics to see the difference. This collection features an excellent selection of their Men’s and Women’s designs.
PROBAR: Hunger-destroying bars made from all-natural, 100% vegan organic ingredients, PROBAR products fill the trail-weary up on pure nutritional goodness, leaving them with a skip in their steps instead of a brick in their bellies. Bring the raw food movement to the trail with cases of PROBAR, available now on The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
ISIS: Fit is more than jut a number on a size chart and true performance clothing should be able to perform, well, anywhere. ISIS develops performance clothing designed to fit the bodies and lives of real women. Their clothes are soft, wrinkle-resistant, and easy to care for, so you’ll look great whether you choose them for work or play. Browse now to find your new favorite clothing.
RoadID: You’re approaching Mach speed on your bike when suddenly, dog! Now you’re lights out in a ditch. RoadID bracelets give your name and emergency contact and allergy information to your rescuers. RoadID apparel lets your rescuers instantly know your name, emergency contact info, and if you have any allergies. It’s this simple precaution that Edward Wimmer, the founder of RoadID, decided would help protect the lives of cyclists or runners who are logging roadside miles in the dark or in traffic and are at risk of an accident. Click through now for members-only saving on RoadID.
ZOIC: You love to ride but don’t want techy clothes defining your style. That’s how ZOIC feels. They’ve developed clothes so you can roll in style, on your bike and off. Find your style here. This collection features their popular jerseys, shorts, and more. Find the style for you here.
Camaro: Since 1974 the Austria-based Camaro has pioneered innovations in neoprene, for windsurfing, for diving, for whitewater, and for many additional water sports. With their attuned attention to tailoring wetsuits to meet the exact specifications of the sport, they’ve become the leading wetsuit manufacturer in Europe and have a strong global influence. With the wetsuits, rashguards, and more in this collection you can stay warm even when you enter frigid waters.
686: If you’re playing the slots, 686 comes up short, but if you’re looking for outerwear, 686 is the jackpot. Since 1992, this So-Cal brand has dealt out snowboard/skate apparel innovations like they’re a blackjack dealer in Vegas. Shop this collection for Men’s and Women’s insulated jackets, sweaters, and more!
Kali Protectives: When founder Brad Waldron grew tired of doing aeronautic engineer work on F‑18 Fighter Jets and Stealth Bombers, he directed his skills towards his passion–biking. Now he’s pioneering new technologies by fusing metal composites to create bombproof helmets and protective gear. Protect yourself with this fine collection of downhill and mountain bike helmets.
Lonely Planet: From remote villages to bustling cities, Lonely Planet travel guides provide independent, on-the-ground analysis of the best places on the planet to visit. Today, The Clymb is proud to offer an extensive collection of guides to open your world to exploration.
IN OTHER NEWS:
The World’s Loudest Sound: Did you know?
On August 27th (that’s today!), 1883, the volcanic Indonesian island of Krakatoa unleashed its fury in a series of four gargantuan explosions that made what is to this day, the loudest sound in recorded history. Never mind the ash plume that rocketed 50 miles into the atmosphere, or the shock waves that traveled around the earth seven times, Krakatoa takes the cake for earsplitting explosions. Scientists say it was like 200 Megatons of dynamite. Anyone within ten miles of the blast went deaf. Ships in the Sunda Strait contended with 100ft tsunami waves and the sailors’ eardrums ruptured. The rain of hot ash and pumice on deck convinced many sailors they were under attack, and they were, by a pressure wave created by the final explosion that sped away from the blast at 675mph. The sound was mistaken as cannon fire in the Indian Ocean, on the small island of Rodrigues, 3,000 miles away.