Mem­bers, check out what’s on the menu for today:





adi­das Out­door: adi­das has come a long way since 1949, when founder Adi Dassler reg­is­tered the com­pa­ny under its first offi­cial name, “Adolf Dassler adi­das Sports­chuh­fab­rik.” Today, adi­das is a glob­al­ly rec­og­nized name in sports­wear, design­ing spe­cial­ty per­for­mance prod­ucts for almost every game peo­ple play. Shop a selec­tion of adi­das Out­door out­wear for men and women.






Louis Gar­neau: In 1983, in his father’s garage, Louis Gar­neau began man­u­fac­tur­ing his first cycling clothes. 25 years lat­er the brand has become an indus­try leader that spe­cial­izes in the design and devel­op­ment of tech­no­log­i­cal and inno­v­a­tive cycling gear for the com­pet­i­tive rac­er or the recre­ation­al rid­er. Shop men’s and wom­en’s cycling apparel.






Ter­ra­mar: If you fol­low the Old Silk Road it leads to Ter­ra­mar. Silk is their foun­da­tion, but they’ve eased off the worm to make per­for­mance base lay­ers that weave syn­thet­ic and nat­ur­al fibers. The result: mois­ture-wick­ing, light­weight badassery. Dis­cov­er the off­spring of Moth­er Nature and Father Indus­try with the base lay­ers in this col­lec­tion.





TREW: Where func­tion meets fash­ion, you’ll find TREW. Based amidst the Cas­cade Moun­tains in Hood Riv­er, Ore­gon, the young, design-dri­ven com­pa­ny remains con­nect­ed to the core of moun­tain rid­ing. Blend­ing tech­ni­cal out­er­wear with pro­gres­sive styles, you’ll find all of their prod­ucts reflect­ing the cre­ativ­i­ty that life on snow inspires.





Knife & Tool: Angus Mac­Gyver (You did­n’t know Angus was his first name, did you?) would­n’t need much more than a shoelace and a jar of vine­gar to make him­self a palace of the woods. The rest of us should bring along a mul­ti-tool or knife, just in case. Find what you need to make camp or escape prison here.