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

New Bal­ance Appar­el & Acces­sories: New Bal­ance cel­e­brates near­ly 75 years expe­ri­ence mak­ing high-per­for­mance run­ning prod­ucts. Click through to explore this col­lec­tion of the icon­ic brand’s inno­v­a­tive run­ning appar­el and accessories.

New Bal­ance Eye­wear: Eyes are the win­dows to the soul. This col­lec­tion of light­weight eye­wear has frames fea­tur­ing polar­ized and inter­change­able lens­es, offer­ing func­tion for the soul from the trust­ed footwear brand.

O’Neill: Found­ed in a San Fran­cis­co garage in 1952, O’Neill is wide­ly regard­ed as the orig­i­nal North­ern Cal­i­for­nia surf and snow brand. This col­lec­tion fea­tures snow­board jack­ets, pants, and more.

Moun­tain­smith: Blend­ing ultra-tough per­for­mance with ded­i­cat­ed design, prized for their dura­bil­i­ty, util­i­ty, and qual­i­ty, Moun­tain­smith packs and bags offer seri­ous bang for the buck. Fea­tur­ing duf­fels and more.

Clik Elite: Fea­tur­ing rugged con­struc­tion and sleek designs, Clik Elite cam­era gear thrives when things turn intense. Pro­tect your equip­ment no mat­ter where the wind blows you with this adven­ture pho­tog­ra­phy gear.

Men’s Fall Style: Impromp­tu boul­der­ing sesh. Poach­ing stair­case rails. Scop­ing the incom­ing swell. You can rock these Men’s fall styles from top brands wher­ev­er your active lifestyle takes you.

Wom­en’s Fall Style: The styles in this col­lec­tion are ready for long shad­ows, falling leaves, and brisk walks on the beach. Get cozy with pre­mi­um appar­el from top brands includ­ing Matix, Mer­rell, Ele­ment Eden, and more.

Wom­en’s Fit­ness: Meet your fit­ness goals in style. In this exten­sive col­lec­tion of design-dri­ven tech­ni­cal jack­ets, tops, sports bras, and more, you’ll find the appar­el you need to look great while set­ting per­son­al bests.

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

GSI Out­doors: Camp­ing brings us back to the basics, but slurp­ing mushy oats from your hands doesn’t enhance the expe­ri­ence. Whether you’re going ultra-light on the PCT or lay­ing out a gourmet spread at a State Park pic­nic table, GSI Out­doors takes great pride in mak­ing state-of-the-art camp kitchen­ware. Upgrade your kitchen with the hot mugs, stack­ing cut­lery, spoons, and more in this col­lec­tion. 

 

 

 

Fjäll­räven: Like a Swedish fox hunt­ing in the win­tery Alps, Fjäll­räven knows a thing or two about sur­vival. Since 1950, this Swedish com­pa­ny has cre­at­ed cloth­ing and packs that are durable, clas­sic, and with prac­ti­cal fea­tures that allow for a clos­er con­nec­tion to nature.

 

 

 

Moun­tain­smith: Forged in the Rock­ies since 1979, Moun­tain­smith packs, bags, and stor­age sys­tems are built to with­stand the rig­ors of any expe­di­tion. Their com­mit­ment to inno­va­tion keeps them blaz­ing ahead of the pack, and their prod­ucts have been praised in many Buy­ers Guides for find­ing the bal­ance between qual­i­ty and afford­abil­i­ty. Explore this col­lec­tion to find the pack that’ll help you car­ry your heavy wallet.

 

 

 

Tec­ni­ca: When the Ital­ian crafts­man Oreste Zanat­ta began Tec­ni­ca footwear in 1960, he already had 30 years of expe­ri­ence design­ing per­for­mance footwear. Their com­mit­ment to qual­i­ty crafts­man­ship and their embrace of tech­no­log­i­cal advances have made Tec­ni­ca the lead­ing pro­duc­er of per­for­mance footwear in Europe. It’s not a social­ist con­spir­a­cy. Dis­cov­er why they dom­i­nate with this col­lec­tion here.

 

 

 

Eas­t­on Moun­tain Prod­ucts: Eas­t­on Moun­tain Prod­ucts Founder Doug Eas­t­on is in the Archery Hall of Fame. His crafts­man­ship of wood­en arrows gained him nation­al recog­ni­tion in 1922 and his arrows became tour­na­ment favorites. Today, Eas­t­on makes a vari­ety of tech­ni­cal­ly advanced prod­ucts, but their hall­mark remains the same – pre­ci­sion crafts­man­ship. Shop this col­lec­tion of tele­scop­ing trekking poles from this tra­di­tion­al brand.

 

 

 

Teko: Teko cre­ates car­bon con­scious, eco-friend­ly per­for­mance socks for out­doors­folk who demand rugged footwear that leaves a light foot­print. Teko prod­ucts are made in the USA from organ­ic Meri­no wool using non-tox­ic dyes and chlo­rine-free pro­cess­ing. Don’t miss this oppor­tu­ni­ty to score a pair or ten of these socks for insid­er pric­ing. The only thing you’ll be dis­ap­point­ed about is that you did­n’t buy enough of them.

 

 

 

HANWAG: The world has changed since HANWAG was found­ed in 1921, but one thing has remained the same, moun­tains, and our desire to climb them. Born on the rocky crags of the Bavar­i­an Alps, HANWAG knows what your feet need to scale the sum­mits. Shop this col­lec­tion of Men’s and Women’s GORE-TEX leather hik­ing boots at pre­mi­um prices.

 

 

 

Gib­bon Slack­lines: Just because you string a line between some boul­ders then try to walk across it peo­ple say you’re imbal­anced. They couldn’t be more wrong. Whether you slack between trees or rocks, over grass or the open ocean, Gib­bon has the line for you. New to the sport? What are you wait­ing for? Today we’re offer­ing mem­bers exclu­sive pric­ing on slack­lines, instruc­tion­al books, tree pro­tec­tors, and slackpacks.

 

 

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Grand Canyon Desert­ers: Did you know?

On this day August 28th (that’s today!), 1869, three men decid­ed to aban­don John Wes­ley Powell’s expe­di­tion to make the first descent of the Col­orado Riv­er through the unknown depths of the Grand Canyon. After a fit­ful night’s rest lis­ten­ing to the roar and imag­in­ing the froth of the down­stream rapids, Ormal How­land, his broth­er Seneca, and Bill Dunn bid farewell and pro­ceed­ed to scale the canyon then trek by land to the near­est Mor­mon set­tle­ment, 75 miles away. Powell’s crew reached the safe­ty of the Vir­gin Riv­er just two days lat­er, while Howland’s men were nev­er seen again. A plaque now hon­ors the men at the site now called Sep­a­ra­tion Canyon.

 

Whether you’re hit­ting the trail, the beach, the streets, or cross­ing the globe, a reli­able bag is essen­tial. We know bet­ter than most that the gear you car­ry is of the high­est qual­i­ty, so why would you expect less from the bag you use to car­ry it?

You wouldn’t.

This week­end, stock up on the best bags for city trav­el, every­day trav­el, around-the-world adven­tures, and all excur­sions in between. Our Pack It Up event fea­tures Alche­my Goods, Chrome, DAKINE, OGIO, Eagle Creek, Moun­tain­smith and more.

Credit: chromebagstore.com (David Perez in NYC)

And our Into the Wild event offers men’s appar­el from Gram­ic­ci, Impe­r­i­al Motion, Loopt­works, Reef, Sport Sci­ence, Howler Broth­ers, Cloth­ing Arts, and Mis­sion Playground.

Cred­it: Looptworks

Yes, it’s Sat­ur­day, but you can still take advan­tage of our lim­it­ed-time $4.98 flat ship­ping OR add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your cart, and the entire order ships for free!

Con­grat­u­la­tions to our I Wish I Was There land­scape pho­to win­ner! This pho­to by Clement Lak­sana was award­ed $50 to The Clymb! Thanks to every­one who voted!

Man­a­do, North Sulawe­si, Indone­sia by Clement Laksana

Also Fea­tured This Week:

The Time is Now with ISAORA and Native Eyewear

Get Ready to Shread, Plus Saucony Footwear

Gib­bon Slack­lines, KAVU, and Knives & Tools

 

With 60 years of expe­ri­ence pro­vid­ing reli­able out­door gear, Kel­ty enables every­one to embrace the out­doors with con­fi­dence. Add to that inno­v­a­tive car­ry­ing solu­tions includ­ing cam­era cas­es and lum­bar packs from Moun­tain­smith, and we’re con­fi­dent you’ll be well-pre­pared for your next out­door adventure. 

When you’re done shop­ping, have a look at how one of our very own embraces the outdoors:

 

Two years ago I found myself in a very for­tu­nate place in my life. I was back liv­ing in the same remote South­east, Alaskan wilder­ness that I had once called home as a child. It had been years since I had been back and strange­ly it seemed like no time had passed at all since I left. The only change was in my will­ing­ness to be there as an adult instead of feel­ing forced there as I had as a nine-year-old. I was look­ing for a sum­mer of self-reflec­tion before grad school in a place that I was com­fort­able explor­ing, while also giv­ing me a new thrill to feed my adven­tur­ous spir­it. It had been a while since I had what I like to call my “ulti­mate awe” moment. The moment when you get so excit­ed and wrapped up in the nat­ur­al ele­ments around you that noth­ing else mat­ters. I knew I need­ed to find that again. I didn’t want to be some­one who took expe­ri­ences that I was for­tu­nate enough to have for grant­ed.  I want­ed to have an “awe” moment so serene that it would make my adven­ture worth every sec­ond.  I turned a glimpse of poten­tial guilt into inspi­ra­tion and set out on a 6‑day adven­ture into the remote Alaskan wilder­ness of Glac­i­er Bay Nation­al Park.

The sto­ry below will tell of the adven­ture, but I final­ly had my “awe” moment and found some­thing that excit­ed me more than I could have ever imagained…

It was a Wednes­day morn­ing when we set out from Bartlett Cove at the Glac­i­er Bay Nation­al Park head­quar­ters. We loaded up our two-man kayak with enough gear and food to last us a week and set our sights on reach­ing McBride Glac­i­er in three days; an ambi­tious 60 mile goal, espe­cial­ly for a begin­ner sea kayk­er. After pad­dling 15 miles on day one, we did­n’t quite reach where we had hoped, but found a great camp­site in the famous Beard­s­ley islands and decid­ed to give our­selves a rest for the night. My only fear dur­ing the entire trip was hav­ing a bad encounter with a brown bear and we had­n’t seen any up to this point, which had me feel­ing pret­ty safe at the spot we found for the night.

On day two we knew we had to make up a lot of miles and pushed it hard; we pad­dled 25 miles in a sin­gle day along tow­er­ing moun­tain peaks, rocky ocean beach­es and calm icy waters. We final­ly reached our des­ti­na­tion around 6pm, which only put us 15 miles from the Glac­i­er. Con­sid­er­ing our pre­vi­ous days mileage, this was an achiev­able dis­tance to reach­ing our day 3 goal. We were feel­ing safe after scop­ing out the camp spot and did­n’t see many traces of bears; enough to keep me up any­ways. We were already get­ting bet­ter at unload­ing the boat and stor­ing our bear cans. Each time we arrived at a spot, we had to unpack every­thing, set up our tent, move our kayak 50 yards from our tent and our bear cans anoth­er 150 yards from camp. It became an exhaust­ing process load­ing and unload­ing, but I think we both put on some much-need­ed mus­cle! We cooked every night in the inter­tidal waters to wash away any smells and lit small fires to keep the bugs away. We ate well and enjoyed spend­ing time sur­round­ed in the most beau­ti­ful area I had ever seen. Up until this point we had not seen anoth­er liv­ing soul since leav­ing the Beardsley’s.  The East arm of Glac­i­er Bay restricts any cruise ships so it still remains a place for true wilder­ness adventure.

I awoke the next morn­ing to some bustling noise around our tent. In a state of fear I peeked through the tiny tent win­dow and I could see a brown bear rough­ly 20–30 feet away.  My worst night­mare was hap­pen­ing. I could see the head­lines now: “Young Campers Mauled by Griz­zly in Alas­ka.” I sank back into my sleep­ing bag and start­ed to hyper­ven­ti­late; I quick­ly real­ized that I wasn’t near­ly as tough as I thought I was. I don’t think I have ever had such a gut wrench­ing feel­ing in my life. After a small and whis­per­ing argu­ment over what to do, we blew our bear whis­tle as loud as pos­si­ble. The bear imme­di­ate­ly ran off in the oth­er direc­tion and although our first bear scare was over and it was over­all a good encounter (minus my sky­rock­et­ing blood pres­sure), I could­n’t help but feel on edge any­time we were on land. Strange­ly, I began to feel much safer in the boat.

It took me awhile to calm down and load the boat as I was con­stant­ly bang­ing rocks togeth­er and blow­ing the whis­tle to scare off any bears. We set off again for a 15-mile day to McBride Glac­i­er. As we got clos­er we start­ed to pass by float­ing ice­bergs and the water began to get much cold­er. We were def­i­nite­ly get­ting fur­ther up the East Arm and were head­ing into fur­ther seclu­sion. I have to admit, it’s a bit over­whelm­ing know­ing that you are the only peo­ple in such a mas­sive and dra­mat­ic land­scape, but it was tru­ly breath­tak­ing. By 3pm, we start­ed to round the point where we knew the Glac­i­er was. We had sore arms and swollen hands from all the pad­dling by this point, but stoke was high and our adren­a­line had us pad­dling faster by the sec­ond. We pushed hard and final­ly made it. McBride is the most active Glac­i­er in the entire park, reced­ing 15–20 feet/day. We spent the night with a glac­i­er view and could hear ice break­ing off the glac­i­er wall through­out the night. It echoed off the walls of the high moun­tain peaks and cliffs, aside from being com­plete­ly amazed, the noise also made it easy for me to blame any bit of sound on ice falling in the water instead of a bear sit­ting in front of my tent with a din­ner plate and fork.

We woke to a huge ice­field of water that the cur­rents had pushed ashore and enjoyed our last break­fast before mak­ing the pad­dle home. Just as we were get­ting ready to start pack­ing, we looked across the bay and saw a large bear walk­ing along the coast. I again, began to hyper­ven­ti­late and even recall dump­ing all of my oat­meal and cof­fee into the ocean, fran­ti­cal­ly pack­ing up the bear cans and pac­ing in a cir­cle; a total­ly unpro­duc­tive move and waste of a good meal. I’m your girl for adven­ture, but not when things get scary. I could only hope that the bear would­n’t cross the frigid cold waters, but I was wrong. It jumped right into the water and swam with the ice­bergs over to our side of camp. I was armed with bear spray, but that was hard­ly enough to keep me calm. Once again, the bear con­tin­ued along the beach, bare­ly tak­ing the time to even look over at us. Now that my pan­ic had com­plete­ly ruined break­fast and any chance at a morn­ing meal (over noth­ing- real­ly) we decid­ed it was time to go.

We set off again to sun­shine and calm waters, pass­ing more ice­bergs, 6 more bears, eagles galore, sea lions, sea otters, moose and hun­dreds of species of birds. The trek back was just as mag­i­cal as the trek there. We spent a day on a great beach watch­ing the sun­set, sit­ting by a fire and cook­ing din­ner. We had orig­i­nal­ly planned to stay anoth­er night before our boat pick-up on Mon­day morn­ing, but just as we had camp all set up the idea of a hun­gry bear sit­ting in front of my tent plagued me once again and I knew it was going to be a sleep­less night. Luck­i­ly, it was sol­stice, so I was able to con­vince Scott that we’d have enough light to pad­dle through the night. My undy­ing fear of the great brown bear quick­ly trans­formed into the most amaz­ing expe­ri­ence of my life. It was cold, calm and clear. So qui­et you could only hear the swift motion of our pad­dles pulling our boat through the water. The sea was glow­ing with bright green phos­pho­res­cence and at the very moment, noth­ing else mat­tered except the adven­ture we were on and the sights sur­round­ing me.

Still, to this day and I imag­ine for­ev­er, my adven­ture will remain a mem­o­ry that has become my escape to a ‘hap­py place.’

It’s the time of year for giv­ing and we’re mak­ing it eas­i­er than ever to give the gift of gear to the out­door lovers on your list. Shop inno­v­a­tive and orig­i­nal gift ideas from Sier­ra Designs, Swiss Army, Show­ers Pass, Philips | O’Neill, Lone­ly Plan­et and more. You’re sure to find just the right gift at just the right price, and these items will be deliv­ered before Decem­ber 24th.

We’re also fea­tur­ing the fol­low­ing brands at exclu­sive mem­ber pric­ing. Please be sure to check the pro­duc­t’s descrip­tion details for esti­mat­ed deliv­ery on the below events:

Dura­bil­i­ty, qual­i­ty, crafts­man­ship. Tim­ber­land cre­ates pur­pose­ful and depend­able footwear whose style and char­ac­ter has stood the test of time. The Clymb is proud to offer GORE-TEX boots, leather clogs and more for men and women today.

Run, Ride or Tri in 2XUper­for­mance appar­el built for the world’s tough­est com­peti­tors. Shop a selec­tion for men and women at exclu­sive mem­ber pric­ing here.

Equip your­self for your next adven­ture with inno­v­a­tive car­ry­ing solu­tions includ­ing lum­bar packs, cam­era cas­es & dog packs from Moun­tain­smith.

For near­ly a cen­tu­ry, Karhu has been per­fect­ing run­ning gear that adheres to the con­cept of nat­ur­al momen­tum, achieved by their patent­ed ful­crum tech­nol­o­gy. Don’t miss this chance to save on ath­let­ic appar­el for men and women, only avail­able in the U.S. here.

And shop suits, shorts, tanks, pants, tees and footwear for men and women from Zoot, a glob­al leader in ultra high-per­for­mance appar­el & footwear.

Remem­ber: your entire order ships for free with the pur­chase of an exclu­sive The Clymb t‑shirt. And we’re avail­able to answer any order ques­tions and take sug­ges­tions on Face­book and Twitter.

O’Neill is known for their surf-inspired inno­va­tion that empow­ers surfers, deep sea divers, wind­surfers, and any­one who loves the water. We’re excit­ed to offer our mem­bers up to 60% off their eye­wear in an exclu­sive 3‑day event.

With over 30 years of out­door expe­ri­ence, Moun­tain­smith nev­er miss­es the mark on what you need to make the most of your out­door expe­ri­ences. Whether it’s gear that keeps you warm and dry or car­ry­ing solu­tions that pro­tect and trans­port your every out­door neces­si­ty, Moun­tain­smith brings high qual­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty. Shop a selec­tion of their bags and packs at up to 50% off, only on The Clymb.

If you missed them yes­ter­day, there’s still a chance for you to shop our Chrome, MiiR, Acorn, Pacif­ic Out­door Equip­ment and Maya Cycles events.

Vis­it us on Face­book or Twit­ter if you have a ques­tion about these or upcom­ing events or if you just need an invi­ta­tion to join The Clymb.

If you’re suf­fer­ing from Mon­day blahs, we’ve got the cure. No, it’s not a time machine that can make it Fri­day already (I wish), but rather four super brands today at ridicu­lous­ly awe­some savings.

Camel­Bak has led the way in pro­vid­ing high-qual­i­ty, hands-free hydra­tion sys­tems that are per­fect for run­ning, bik­ing, hik­ing, snow­board­ing, ski­ing, and more. We’re lead­ing off the week with up to 70% off their state-of-the-art hydra­tion packs. Yes, that bears repeat­ing: up to 70% off. Take a look at the selec­tion here.

On your next adven­ture you’re sure to need a lum­bar bag from Moun­tain­smith. Reli­able, made to last, and capa­ble of keep­ing your out­door essen­tials read­i­ly avail­able and orga­nized, these bags can be yours at up to 50% off.

Because you’re all about liv­ing a life out­doors, be it from adven­ture to adven­ture and all the days in between, we’ve got KAVU back­packs and bags for men and women at up to 55% off. Whether it’s for your next hike or bike com­mute to work, you’ll find a bag right for you here.

And if you’re look­ing for some­thing that will last a life­time and beyond, you’ll want to look no fur­ther than our Stan­ley event with water bot­tles and trav­el mugs. Shop for the next Stan­ley prod­uct that will become a part of your fam­i­ly here, at up to 65% off.

Not too shab­by for a Mon­day, no? If you have ques­tions about these events or you’d like to sug­gest a brand to see fea­tured on The Clymb, feel free to drop us an email or vis­it with us on Face­book or Twit­ter. Those are also good places to get an imme­di­ate invite so you can be signed up and ready to save in no time.

Hap­py Mon­day, every­one. Hope you had a great weekend.

Our first event of the week is for the lit­tle ones. Moun­tain Hard­wear has applied their pas­sion­ate, free-think­ing, pro­gres­sive atti­tude toward a line of appar­el for kids that dis­plays the same high-qual­i­ty and atten­tion to detail you’re accus­tomed to in their adult cloth­ing. Our Moun­tain Hard­wear kids out­er­wear and appar­el col­lec­tion is avail­able for mem­bers only at up to 50% off. Check out our kids event here.

We also have some­thing in store for your oth­er lit­tle ones — of the four-legged vari­ety. Save up to 60% off Moun­tain­smith, Ruf­fwear, Dfa, and ALITE dog gear, appar­el and acces­sories. To shop for the pups, click here.

We haven’t for­got­ten you. In fact, we’re bring­ing you two spe­cial deals. First, up to 50% off SIGG water bot­tles. We have some new designs avail­able as well as a few favorites. To shop SIGG, click here.

And this week only, when you pur­chase a Japan Relief T‑Shirt, the ship­ping for your entire order is free. All of the of the pro­ceeds for these 100% organ­ic cot­ton shirts will go to sup­port Mer­cy Corps in their efforts to help the peo­ple of Japan. To do your part, get a great shirt and free ship­ping, click here.

Mem­bers can start shop­ping today at 9am PST. If you’re not a mem­ber, obtain­ing an invite is as sim­ple as vis­it­ing us on Twit­ter or Face­book.

Check out more on Mer­cy Corps with this video:

 

Today we have a great selec­tion of back­packs and bags includ­ing envi­ron­men­tal­ly respon­si­ble totes from Gran­ite Gear; DAKINE’s Duel Pack with an exter­nal padded lap­top sleeve and insu­lat­ed cool­er pock­et; and the Moun­tain­smith Spec­trum built for the rugged­ness of the street, cam­pus, or trail.

Also, whether you’re hit­ting the green or hit­ting the road, Moun­tain Khakis have the best-fit­ting, casu­al com­fort, bot­toms around. Begin­ning today at 9am PST, mem­bers of the Clymb will receive exclu­sive mem­ber pric­ing (up to 70% the packs and bags and up to 60% off Moun­tain Khakis) in this mul­ti-brand event.

Mem­ber­ship is free, and we’re hap­py to hook you up with an invite. Just vis­it us on Twit­ter or Face­book to find out how. Also, if you like what you see, you can share an item with your friends online by using the new share but­tons fea­tured on each item’s page.

Whether you’re spend­ing your Memo­r­i­al Day week­end ocean­side, pool­side, or moun­tain­side, we want­ed to have you cov­ered. We fig­ured the best way to do that is to offer mul­ti­ple brands at great sav­ings. From Helly Hansen to Horny Toad and from Mer­rell to Moun­tain­smith and more, mem­bers of The Clymb will receive up to 70% off retail price.

Sav­ings begin today at 9am PST and ends Sun­day (5/30) at 9am PST. If you’re not already a mem­ber, hit us up on Twit­ter or Face­book and we’ll make it happen.

When we set out with cre­at­ing The Clymb we want­ed to part­ner with brands that we actu­al­ly used. We always want­ed to approach our busi­ness as fans and enthu­si­asts first. Basi­cal­ly if we sell it, some­one on our team has used or is cur­rent­ly using the brand. (Kevin looks awe­some in some of the Lole skirts.)

My fam­i­ly and I recent­ly went on a 10-day road trip from Port­land, OR to Mon­terey, CA for the Sea Otter Clas­sic bike event. And I must say, we LOVED our Moun­tain­smith gear!  The Mod­u­lar Hauler was per­fect for sort­ing clothes and the Tail­gater sat between the two front seats and kept our drinks cold and maps organized.

This guy was hang­ing out along the Pacif­ic Coast High­way in North­ern California.

A new week and two new events on tab. Today we launch our Moun­tain­smith event. This is our sec­ond Moun­tain­smith event here at the Clymb and they are a com­pa­ny we real­ly enjoy work­ing with. They believe in the com­mu­ni­ty of the out­doors sports world like we do, and they are part of an amaz­ing spon­sor­ship with Sean Swarner:

Moun­tain­smith is proud to sup­port Sean Swarn­er as he climbs Denali:  The exact five year anniver­sary of Ever­est as well as the com­ple­tion of the 7‑Summits (high­est moun­tain on each continent).

Sean is a two-time can­cer sur­vivor that has pledged to climb each sum­mit.   When this hap­pens, a flag will have been left on the top of each con­ti­nent with these words: “Ded­i­cat­ed to all those affect­ed by can­cer in this small world!! Keep Climb­ing!!” Our goal, is to bring every­one touched by can­cer to the top of each con­ti­nent, and there­fore the world, allow­ing them to show their ded­i­ca­tion to bat­tling can­cer and giv­ing hope to those who des­per­ate­ly need it.

You can save up to 70% off of Moun­tain­smith bags and gear. As always this is a mem­bers only event. You can grab a mem­ber­ship by vis­it­ing our Face­book page, reach­ing out to us on Twit­ter, or through an exist­ing mem­ber. This event runs through Thurs­day at 9am PST.