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

 

Reef: Fueled by their pas­sion for surf­ing, and draw­ing inspi­ra­tion from the beach lifestyle, Reef is a core surf com­pa­ny that cre­ates inno­v­a­tive, authen­tic prod­ucts. Fea­tur­ing board­shorts and san­dals.  

Ober­mey­er Men’s: From Aspen, Col­orado, Ober­mey­er is a fam­i­ly-run busi­ness that has designed tech­ni­cal win­ter appar­el for over 60 years. Gear up for your ski sea­son with this col­lec­tion of high-per­for­mance outerwear.

 

Ober­mey­er Women’s & Kids: Drop­ping into the cold smoke of a back bowl at Aspen is one of those life-alter­ing moments that stays in your head for years to come. Pre­pare for the moment with this col­lec­tion of outerwear.

 

Yoko: Head­quar­tered in Fin­land, Yoko per­for­mance appar­el fea­tures breath­able, mois­ture-wick­ing fab­rics per­fect for bik­ing in the extend­ed arc­tic twi­light or ski­jor­ing the frozen tundra.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Old Man on the Moun­tain: Did you know? On Octo­ber 2nd (that’s today!), 2011, Richard Byer­ley from Touchet, Wash­ing­ton became the old­est man to ever hike to the sum­mit of Mt. Kil­i­man­jaro in Tan­za­nia. He was 84 years old. Byer­ley stays in shape farm­ing alfal­fa in Washington’s Palouse Prairie, and by ski­ing all win­ter at Sun Val­ley, Ida­ho. Stay­ing active paid off dur­ing his five-day expe­di­tion to Africa’s high­est sum­mit. When asked how he felt about becom­ing the Guin­ness Book of World Record hold­er for his accom­plish­ment, Byer­ley, who accom­plished the feat accom­pa­nied by his two grand­chil­dren, respond­ed, “I smile a lot about it.”

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

 

 

Arc’teryx: The per­for­mance of Arc’teryx prod­ucts is sec­ond to none. Their com­mit­ment to pre­mi­um tex­tiles, scrupu­lous design, and an inno­v­a­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing process has earned them the trust of pro­fes­sion­al guides and ath­letes around the world. Their state-of-the-art North Amer­i­can man­u­fac­tur­ing facil­i­ty allows them to exper­i­ment with the design, mate­r­i­al, and con­struc­tion of each prod­uct, and these exper­i­ments have led to pro­pri­etary advance­ments that are unri­valed in the out­door indus­try. Act now! The har­ness­es, fleeces, and jack­ets in this col­lec­tion will go fast. 

 

 

 

 

 

High Soci­ety: High Soci­ety sources their wood from the U.S.A. and builds all their skis and snow­boards in Col­orado to meet the high­est qual­i­ty stan­dards. Putting per­for­mance first has paid off: In 2012, the inno­v­a­tive com­pa­ny received a Testers’ Choice Award from Ski­ing mag­a­zine. Pre­pare for the pow­der with the skis in this collection.

 

 

 

 

 

Goal Zero: Goal Zero designs portable solar ener­gy sys­tems for use in remote, back­coun­try loca­tions. These inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts were born to sup­port human­i­tar­i­an needs in the Repub­lic of Con­go, and have evolved to encom­pass the needs of out­doorsy peo­ple who want to fuel their elec­tron­ics with the clean and renew­able resource of the sun. Click through for lanterns, flash­lights, and charg­ing kits.

 

 

 

 

 

Sec­tor 9: The hills are alive with the sound of shred­ding. Add to the music with your own Sec­tor 9 long­board, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. And just because you’re rock­ing the down­hill doesn’t mean you have to miss a style beat. Don’t miss out. We’re offer­ing mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a big col­lec­tion of Sec­tor 9 long­boards now at The Clymb.

 

 

 

 

 

Yog­a­Rat: Found­ed in sun­ny Cal­i­for­nia in 2008, Yog­a­Rat believes that pre­mi­um prod­ucts shouldn’t break the bank. Bal­anc­ing qual­i­ty, afford­abil­i­ty, and sus­tain­abil­i­ty into each of their prod­ucts, Yog­a­Rat helps to keep your chakras aligned and your fin­gers point­ed sky­ward. This col­lec­tion fea­tures mats, tow­els, and blocks.

 

 

 

 

 

Anue: This women’s line of yoga cloth­ing spawns from the sim­ple desire for prac­ti­cal clothes to help a woman improve their yoga prac­tice. These ver­sa­tile designs not only feel good on your body, but they are good for the earth. Anue uses organ­ic cot­ton and recy­cled syn­thet­ic fab­rics to cre­ate the soft but sup­port­ive feel as you flow from one pos­ture to the next. Shop the selec­tion now.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Dou­ble Cross­er: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 21st (that’s today!), 1961, Anto­nio Aber­ton­do, an Argen­tin­ian marathon swim­mer, swam across the Eng­lish Chan­nel, from Calais, France to Dover, Eng­land and back to become the first per­son to ever com­plete the dou­ble cross­ing. It took Aber­ton­do 43 hours and 10 min­utes to swim the salty chan­nel that is 21 miles wide between the two towns.

Cred­it: Sier­ra Designs

The first rule of Soup Club is, you don’t talk about Soup Club. But no rule explic­it­ly states that you can’t write about it. So you can believe me when I say that we start­ed a Soup Club at Clymb HQ and that, as with The Clymb itself, mem­ber­ship is surg­ing. The exec­u­tive pow­ers-that-be, pos­si­bly hop­ing to study the explo­sive growth of our orga­ni­za­tion, recent­ly bought a crock pot for the kitchen. It’s seen heavy use. So far, the soups have been hearty and sat­is­fy­ing; nobody has been strick­en down by Gia­r­dia or any oth­er poten­tial broth-born ill­ness. While it’s unlike­ly that some­one will get sick from an unmo­lest­ed soup, the risk of sab­o­tage can­not be ignored.

There is a fringe group of col­leagues who have man­aged not to take a sin­gle sip of soup, know­ing that doing so would oblige them to make a soup of their own at some point. They hold the club with a cer­tain dis­dain that could prove to be dangerous—particularly with so much hot sauce in the cup­boards near­by. But those who have pledged their alle­giance to Soup Club know it’s only a mat­ter of time before every one of them cross­es the line. The inevitabil­i­ty of mem­ber­ship in Soup Club is denied only by the dis­senters, a new one of which drops every day. And what’s that intox­i­cat­ing aro­ma ema­nat­ing from the kitchen? That’s the sweet smell of a nice ham bisque cook­ing in the pot for this after­noon’s lunch. Yes, anoth­er will soon fall.

There’s a lot more cookin’ today at The Clymb than bisque. We’ve also got some great prod­ucts on the menu, includ­ing sun­glass­es, sleep­ing bags, long­boards, and Men’s every­day appar­el. What are you wait­ing for? Scoop up some sweet gear while the deals are hot.

Here’s some more about today’s events:

Drag­on Sun­glass­es: Founder Will Howard breathed the fire of life into Drag­on in a garage in Capo Beach, CA in 1993. Still run by Howard, Drag­on holds true to its free-think­ing and alter­na­tive roots, endur­ing as one of the few tru­ly inde­pen­dent brands in its field. Free your inner myth­i­cal beast by wear­ing Drag­on sun­glass­es, avail­able today on The Clymb for mem­ber- exclu­sive pricing.

Sec­tor 9: The hills are alive with the sound of shred­ding. Add to the music with your own Sec­tor 9 long­board, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. And just because you’re rock­ing the down­hill doesn’t mean you have to miss a style beat. Main­tain your com­po­sure in a men’s Sec­tor 9 tee. Don’t miss out. We’re offer­ing mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on all Sec­tor 9 prod­ucts now at The Clymb.

Sier­ra Designs: Sier­ra Designs has over 40 years of expe­ri­ence cre­at­ing elite per­for­mance gear and appar­el for seri­ous out­door ath­letes. Its prod­ucts con­tin­ue to sup­port explor­ers through every extreme, from the peak of Ever­est to the North and South poles. Over the years, the com­pa­ny has racked up awards from numer­ous pub­li­ca­tions, includ­ing Out­side, Back­pack­er, and Nation­al Geo­graph­ic. Set out like the career explor­ers do, with Sier­ra Design’s equip­ment, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Men’s Every­day Appar­el: Walk like a man. Talk like a man. Dress com­fort­ably every damn day like a man with Men’s tees, shorts, & hats, on sale today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Patag­o­nia footwear, Brooks-Range, Win­ter Acces­sories, Win­ter Out­er­wear, Boards and Skis, Mam­mut, Gib­bon slack­lines, Ster­ling Rope, Ahnu, Hi-Tec, Camel­Bak, Pro­Bar, Detours, Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning, Wom­en’s Activewear, & Sunglasses.

IN OTHER NEWS…

Sleep­ing With a Mail-Order Mil­lion­aire: Did you know? Sier­ra Designs makes some of the best, most tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced, sleep­ing bags on the mar­ket. But they did­n’t invent the con­cept. That hon­or belongs to wild­ly suc­cess­ful Welsh entre­pre­neur Pryce Jones—better known as the father of mail order shop­ping, which he also invent­ed. In 1876, Jones patent­ed the Euk­lisia Rug, a “bed and blan­ket” com­bo that he pro­duced for the Russ­ian army. The Euk­lisia Rug (also called the Brown Army Blan­ket) was lit­tle more than a six-by-three-foot Welsh wool rug that users were instruct­ed to roll them­selves up in. Some mod­els were offered with a pil­low sewn in. After the Bat­tle of Plev­na in 1877, Rus­sia can­celed a 60,000-order con­tract, forc­ing Jones to mar­ket his remain­ing sup­plies around the world to be, among oth­er things, “uti­lized by the poor.” How right he was. Just ask a ski bum.

You appre­ci­ate the sim­pler things in life but you demand a lot when it comes to two very impor­tant things in your life: epic ses­sions dai­ly and the gear you need for them.

Artis­tic and always at the fore­front of the next big thing, these brands have one thing in com­mon: an innate abil­i­ty to adapt to change and to always be in con­stant for­ward-mov­ing motion.

Uber tough kicks from DVS, tees, hood­ies and more from Matix, head­wear that blends artistry and awe­some­ness from Space­craft and Sec­tor 9 long­boards to awak­en the hills with the sound of shredding.

Pho­to cour­tesy of MatixClothing.com

Hur­ry, the hills are calling.

And see how Sec­tor 9 keeps you in motion and out of the emer­gency room.

Also Fea­tured This Week:

C4 Water­man, WRSI, and Salomon

Ice­break­er Cycling Appar­el, Lowe­pro, and Lone­ly Planet

Psst: The Clymb tees are still on sale. Add one to your cart and your entire order ships for free.