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PROBAR: While cutting slices of Kielbasa and cheese with a dubiously clean multitool then tossing them on some soggy crackers will forever be the ultimate sustenance-based rite of passage in backpacking, the final product is far from the healthiest option. If ever there was a polar opposite to the mountain manwich, it’s the PROBAR organic food bar. 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.
Lonely Planet: (Americas, Asia, Europe) 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 member-exclusive pricing on nearly 100 different titles featuring locations in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
SPY: SPY came into being in the early-to-mid ‘90s as the brainchild of a group of over-achieving athletes and design freaks seeking new perspective through the lens of technical eyewear. SPY’s patented anti-fogging frame technology was born from its founders’ passion for surfing, snowboarding, skiing, and racing bicycles. Keep a clear eye with SPY sunglasses, on sale now at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Lowepro: Since 1967, Lowepro has been perfecting specialty products designed to protect your camera against the elements. Today’s collection features advanced Lowepro carriers, lens cases, laptop sleeves, and more. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing!
IN OTHER NEWS:
Top O’ The World to Ye: Did you know? On May 29 (that’s today!), 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzig Norgay made mountaineering history when they became the first to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Accounts of the monumental event fail to address which, if either, of the men was the first to see how far he could spit off the top.