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

Kel­ty: Since 1952, the active fam­i­ly experts at Kel­ty have built afford­able, reli­able out­door gear. Take your Sat­ur­day night board games camp­ing on a peak or in the park with sleep­ing bags, packs, and more.

Optic Nerve: The days of awe­some East­wood glares are gone. With a pair of polar­ized lens­es from Optic Nerve, you can watch with­out squint­ing as your friends pull good, bad, and ugly tricks on snow or water.

Bore­as: San Fran­cis­co-based Bore­as believes that the best gear is nei­ther com­pli­cat­ed nor expen­sive. The ultra-light packs in this col­lec­tion are the def­i­n­i­tion of beau­ti­ful, no-frills functionality.

 

Skout Nat­ur­al: Made in Ore­gon’s lush Willamette Val­ley, Skout nutri­tion bars con­tain only pure, organ­ic ingre­di­ents to keep you fueled so that you can tack­le any adven­ture that comes your way.

Over­land Equip­ment: Col­or­ful, built with bal­lis­tic nylon, OE bags are ele­gant pieces of near­ly inde­struc­tible art. Fill them with some­thing classier than tis­sues, like an OE wal­let. This col­lec­tion fea­tures both.

Men’s Ready to Run: The wrong gear can turn a run­ner’s high into a run­ner’s low. Don’t let it bring you down. Get your fix with pre­mi­um footwear from Tec­ni­ca, inov‑8, Asics, and more.

Wom­en’s Ready to Run: Get ready to beat your per­son­al best by gain­ing trac­tion with per­for­mance footwear built by pre­mi­um brands. This col­lec­tion fea­tures Vivo­bare­foot, inov‑8, Asics, Tec­ni­ca, and more.

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

 

VonZip­per: Get a glimpse of the cre­ative life through VonZip­per gog­gles. Since 1999, this fast grow­ing So-Cal com­pa­ny has become a hall­mark of the inde­pen­dent lifestyle. Spon­sor­ing ath­letes and artists, they’ve made their mark by sup­port­ing those who push cre­ative bound­aries. This spir­it comes through in their gog­gles. We have a range of gog­gles and sun­glass­es to match your mind­set: the Fish­bowl, Sky Lab, and more. Take a look at this opti­mum col­lec­tion, and see the slopes through a cre­ative lens.

 

 

 

 

Native: When you call Native, Jeff Lenosky, hold­er of the World Record Bun­ny Hop (45.5 inch­es off the ground!) answers. Well, it’s a record­ing. But it’s still cool, which is what we’ve come to expect from the inno­va­tors of Native per­for­mance eye­wear. Native eye­wear is light, com­fort­able, and built tough enough to hold up through even the worst face plants. Pick up a pair today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. 

 

 

 

 

Over­land Equip­ment: Built tough with bal­lis­tic nylon and styled with con­trast­ing col­ors, Over­land Equip­ment bags are ele­gant pieces of near­ly inde­struc­tible art. Bags this fine deserve to be filled with some­thing classier than tis­sues, such as an Over­land Equip­ment wal­let. Lucky for you we’re sell­ing both.

 

 

 

 

Out­bound Snow­shoes: The Cana­di­an Rock­ies are a moun­tain­ous play­ground, and for over forty years the Van­cou­ver-based Out­bound has deliv­ered a wide-range of camp­ing prod­ucts to help peo­ple explore them. By stay­ing true to their camp­ing roots, Out­bound has expand­ed their prod­uct line to include a wide vari­ety of camp­ing prod­ucts, includ­ing these snow­shoes, while retain­ing their trade­mark authenticity.

 

 

 

 

 

Clymb Tees: Clymb Tees are back by pop­u­lar demand! Pick one up and we’ll SHIP YOUR ENTIRE ORDER FOR FREE. And to just come right out and say it: We’d love to see how we look on you. Post a pho­to on Face­book and tag The Clymb. It makes us feel spe­cial to see you rock­ing our gear.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Hud­son Anchors at Man­hat­tan: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 11th (that’s today!), 1609, the Dutch sailor Hen­ry Hud­son sailed his ship the Half Moon into the Upper Bay of Man­hat­tan. Hud­son was on a mis­sion for the Dutch East India Trad­ing Com­pa­ny to find a rumored pas­sage through North Amer­i­ca. He anchored in the bay near what would lat­er be called Ellis Island, and jour­nals from his crew revealed that they viewed the island of Man­hat­tan and the sur­round­ing land­scape as inhos­pitable, filled with wild ani­mals, poi­so­nous snakes, moun­tains, and dense forests.