SIGMA SPORT

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Oak­ley MTB: Oak­ley invents each new prod­uct with a design phi­los­o­phy called sculp­tur­al physics: the dis­ci­pline of solv­ing prob­lems with sci­ence and wrap­ping those solu­tions in art. Sup­port­ed by an infra­struc­ture that includes the lat­est tools of tech­nol­o­gy, Oak­ley engi­neers and arti­sans con­tin­ue to expand the company’s array of prod­uct cat­e­gories. What that means is that Oak­ley is the author­i­ty on a lot more than the sun­glass­es that made it famous. Take for exam­ple this col­lec­tion of the icon­ic brand’s inno­v­a­tive moun­tain bik­ing gear and appar­el. Fea­tur­ing gloves, shorts, and more. Click through now!

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.

Free­wa­ters: Free­wa­ters is on a mis­sion to improve the qual­i­ty of life on this plan­et one pair of san­dals at a time. Their footwear is engi­neered with per­for­mance ergonom­ic sup­port so that you can wear it all day long. And for every pair sold, the com­pa­ny pro­vides clean drink­ing water for an indi­vid­ual in a devel­op­ing nation for a year. Click through now to check out our huge col­lec­tion of san­dals from the pro­gres­sive brand.

inov‑8: Nat­ur­al run­ning takes run­ning back to its most innate form, let­ting noth­ing alter the nat­ur­al bio­me­chan­ics of the foot and body. Designed to keep the foot close to the ground so that one can feel and adapt to the ter­rain beneath them, inov‑8 footwear pro­vides the con­fi­dence and free­dom to run hard through any envi­ron­ment and over any obsta­cle. Go nat­ur­al with your run today at The Clymb, with mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Men’s and Women’s inov‑8 run­ning shoes.

SIGMA SPORT: Head­quar­tered in Ger­many, SIGMA SPORT is an award-win­ning man­u­fac­tur­er of active lifestyle giz­mos that ensure ath­letes stay safe and per­form their best. The com­pa­ny spe­cial­izes in sport­ing com­put­ers and light­ing for cyclists and run­ners. Know how many more miles you’re log­ging by rid­ing safe­ly at night with SIGMA SPORT bike com­put­ers and light­ing, on sale now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Teton Grav­i­ty Research: Found­ed in 1996, Teton Grav­i­ty Research (TGR) has pro­duced 28 award-win­ning fea­ture-length films, numer­ous tele­vi­sion series for Show­time, NBC, Fox Sports, and Fuel TV, and is known for its cut­ting edge media and lifestyles cloth­ing line. TGR films show­case the world’s top snow­board, ski and surf ath­letes includ­ing Jere­my Jones, Ian Walsh, Sage Cat­tabri­ga-Alosa, and Seth Mor­ri­son. TGR is a proud mem­ber of 1 Per­cent for the Plan­et and strong­ly believes in pro­tect­ing the envi­ron­ment in which the team works and plays.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Adios Nova Albion: Did you know? On July 26 (that’s today!), 1579, Eng­lish sea cap­tain, pirate (at least that’s what the Span­ish called him; the Eng­lish cel­e­brat­ed him as a suc­cess­ful pri­va­teer), slaver, and oth­er­wise famous-despite-his-swin­ish-ways Renais­sance-era explor­er Fran­cis Drake set sail from mod­ern-day Cal­i­for­nia to cross the Pacif­ic Ocean. The trip was part of the final leg of Drake’s cel­e­brat­ed cir­cum­nav­i­ga­tion of the world, mak­ing him the sec­ond expe­di­tion leader and first Eng­lish­man to accom­plish the feat. When Drake first land­ed on the Pacif­ic Coast some­where north of mod­ern-day San Fran­cis­co, he claimed the land for Eng­land and gave it the name Nova Albion.