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

Asics Footwear: Asics is an acronym of the Latin phrase, “ani­ma sana in cor­pore sano,” which means, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” Pur­sue per­fec­tion with this col­lec­tion of run­ning shoes by the ambi­tious brand.

Asics Appar­el: Run through the sun, wind, and rain with this appar­el by the indus­try-lead­ing ath­let­ic brand. This col­lec­tion fea­tures rain pants, rain jack­ets, run­ning shorts, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

Cha­co: A badge of pride, a Zor­ro slash on your feet, noth­ing reveals that you’ve been out there doing some­thing awe­some like a Cha­co tan line. It cel­e­brates the places Cha­cos take you, which is every­where. Shop the selec­tion here.

PROBAR: Made from all nat­ur­al organ­ic ingre­di­ents, PROBAR prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of bricks in their bellies.

Inno Car Racks: Found­ed in Japan by the same man who invent­ed the car seat head­rest, Inno Car Racks is the first choice in the Land of the Ris­ing Sun. See what’s behind the buzz with bike racks and more.

Rum­ba Time: Time is mon­ey and noth­ing says it more than Rum­ba Time’s Park GO watch that is capa­ble of cash­less pay­ments. Shop this col­lec­tion for a range of styl­ish watch­es at mem­ber-exclu­sive prices.

Wilder­ness Press: Two things that will nev­er go out of style in the age of tech­no­log­i­cal dis­trac­tion are the out­doors and books. This col­lec­tion fea­tures instruc­tion­al and guide books, nar­ra­tive non­fic­tion, and more.

RubyJupe: If you think skirts are sum­mer appar­el only, think again. RubyJupe is a fresh brand that designs fash­ion-for­ward out­er­wear skirts that are per­fect for keep­ing style in the north­ern latitudes.

JUNK Brands: Even if you already have too much gear in your trunk, you could always use anoth­er high-per­for­mance head­band from JUNK Brands. The syn­thet­ic head­bands in this col­lec­tion will keep your ears col­or­ful­ly warm.

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

Sur­face: The Wasatch back­coun­try is no joke. You need qual­i­ty skis to cel­e­brate the “Best Snow on Earth.” Throw back cham­pagne pow­der until last call with these all-moun­tain skis.

Craghop­pers: Craghop­pers began in 1965 when a group of moun­taineers designed their own clothes to climb Mount Ever­est. This col­lec­tion fea­tures soft­shells, fleeces, and more from the inno­v­a­tive British brand.

Bear Grylls by Craghop­pers: Always inno­vat­ing, Craghop­pers has teamed up with Man vs. Wild’s Bear Grylls to cre­ate the ulti­mate line of sur­vival-inspired tech­ni­cal appar­el. This col­lec­tion includes fleeces, hood­ies, and more.

Teva: Teva (pro­nounced Teh’-vah, not Tee-vah) is com­mit­ted to pro­tect­ing a lin­ear foot of glob­al water­ways for every pair of shoes or san­dals they sell. Fea­tur­ing footwear by the phil­an­thropic brand. 

PROBAR: Made from all nat­ur­al organ­ic ingre­di­ents, PROBAR prod­ucts fill the trail-weary up on pure nutri­tion­al good­ness, leav­ing them with a skip in their steps instead of bricks in their bellies.

Canine Equip­ment: Wag­ging tails. Wrestling match­es. Romp­ing through the mud. Dogs do a lot to inspire us to play out­side. Show your appre­ci­a­tion with the toys, beds, leash­es, and more fea­tured in this collection.

Men’s Cycling Appar­el: Gear up to rage the road or dom­i­nate the down­hill with this dis­ci­pline-defy­ing col­lec­tion of cycling appar­el by Castel­li, Louis Gar­neau, and more.

Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el: Sub­ju­gate the streets or sin­gle­track in some­thing from this women-spe­cif­ic col­lec­tion of fem­i­nine­ly styled per­for­mance cycling shorts, jer­seys, jack­ets, and more by cat­e­go­ry-lead­ing brands, includ­ing Gore, Canari, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Half Mile Destroy­er: Did you know? On Octo­ber 11th (that’s today!), 2011, Mary Kei­tany of Kenya destroyed the half-marathon record time by half a minute. Her time of 65 min­utes and 50 sec­onds set the world record for the women’s half-marathon. Weigh­ing 93lbs, Kei­tany is a light­weight run­ning machine and has bro­ken numer­ous oth­er records, but on this day in the Unit­ed Arab Emi­rates city of Ras Al Khaimah, Kei­tany became the first woman in his­to­ry to break the 66-minute mark.

 

 

 

 

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KEEN Women’s Footwear: KEEN footwear rev­o­lu­tion­ized water shoes in 2003 with the New­port San­dal. Their toe pro­tect­ing design had footwear com­pa­nies around the coun­try kick­ing them­selves say­ing, “Why didn’t we think of that?” Their expand­ed prod­uct line pro­vides hybrid shoes for those whose lifestyles are an inter­change­able blend of work and play. 

Shop KEEN Men’s Footwear here.

KEEN Bags: Be a con­sci­en­tious car­ri­er with the Sula tote made from repur­posed fab­ric scrap or the West­port recy­cled felt shoul­der bag. Regard­less of what you haul and how you pre­fer to haul it, KEEN bags and wal­lets will help you take a load off in style. Pick up a new KEEN bag or wal­let now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

Gnu: Grand­mas­ter Flash is to hip-hop what Gnu is to snow­board­ing: ahead of their time. Gnu start­ed in the late 70’s, and in the snow­board world, that’s geezer sta­tus. But they’ve kept things fresh with urban-styled graph­ics and deep side­cuts for surf-like thrash­ing action. Gnu boards are still built in north­ern Wash­ing­ton. This col­lec­tion fea­tures some of their top-sell­ing boards and bind­ings at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

 

Anon: When you’re bomb­ing down­hill on a waxed rock­et, vision mat­ters. Anon know this. They’ve been exe­cut­ing tech­ni­cal designs since 2001, and have become the trust­ed gog­gle of some of the top rid­ers in the world. So stop clos­ing your eyes and hop­ing for the best. Strap on a pair of these tech­ni­cal optics to see the dif­fer­ence. This col­lec­tion fea­tures an excel­lent selec­tion of their Men’s and Women’s designs. 

 

 

 

 

PROBAR: 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.

 

 

 

ISIS: Fit is more than jut a num­ber on a size chart and true per­for­mance cloth­ing should be able to per­form, well, any­where. ISIS devel­ops per­for­mance cloth­ing designed to fit the bod­ies and lives of real women. Their clothes are soft, wrin­kle-resis­tant, and easy to care for, so you’ll look great whether you choose them for work or play. Browse now to find your new favorite clothing.

 

 

 

 

Roa­d­ID: You’re approach­ing Mach speed on your bike when sud­den­ly, dog! Now you’re lights out in a ditch. Roa­d­ID bracelets give your name and emer­gency con­tact and aller­gy infor­ma­tion to your res­cuers. Roa­d­ID appar­el lets your res­cuers instant­ly know your name, emer­gency con­tact info, and if you have any aller­gies. It’s this sim­ple pre­cau­tion that Edward Wim­mer, the founder of Roa­d­ID, decid­ed would help pro­tect the lives of cyclists or run­ners who are log­ging road­side miles in the dark or in traf­fic and are at risk of an acci­dent. Click through now for mem­bers-only sav­ing on RoadID.

 

 

 

ZOIC: You love to ride but don’t want techy clothes defin­ing your style. That’s how ZOIC feels. They’ve devel­oped clothes so you can roll in style, on your bike and off. Find your style here. This col­lec­tion fea­tures their pop­u­lar jer­seys, shorts, and more. Find the style for you here.

 

 

Camaro: Since 1974 the Aus­tria-based Camaro has pio­neered inno­va­tions in neo­prene, for wind­surf­ing, for div­ing, for white­wa­ter, and for many addi­tion­al water sports. With their attuned atten­tion to tai­lor­ing wet­suits to meet the exact spec­i­fi­ca­tions of the sport, they’ve become the lead­ing wet­suit man­u­fac­tur­er in Europe and have a strong glob­al influ­ence. With the wet­suits, rash­guards, and more in this col­lec­tion you can stay warm even when you enter frigid waters.

 

 

 

686: If you’re play­ing the slots, 686 comes up short, but if you’re look­ing for out­er­wear, 686 is the jack­pot. Since 1992, this So-Cal brand has dealt out snowboard/skate appar­el inno­va­tions like they’re a black­jack deal­er in Vegas. Shop this col­lec­tion for Men’s and Women’s insu­lat­ed jack­ets, sweaters, and more!

 

 

Kali Pro­tec­tives: When founder Brad Wal­dron grew tired of doing aero­nau­tic engi­neer work on F‑18 Fight­er Jets and Stealth Bombers, he direct­ed his skills towards his passion–biking. Now he’s pio­neer­ing new tech­nolo­gies by fus­ing met­al com­pos­ites to cre­ate bombproof hel­mets and pro­tec­tive gear. Pro­tect your­self with this fine col­lec­tion of down­hill and moun­tain bike helmets.

 

 

Lone­ly Plan­et: 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 an exten­sive col­lec­tion of guides to open your world to exploration.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

The World’s Loud­est Sound: Did you know?

On August 27th (that’s today!), 1883, the vol­canic Indone­sian island of Kraka­toa unleashed its fury in a series of four gar­gan­tu­an explo­sions that made what is to this day, the loud­est sound in record­ed his­to­ry. Nev­er mind the ash plume that rock­et­ed 50 miles into the atmos­phere, or the shock waves that trav­eled around the earth sev­en times, Kraka­toa takes the cake for ear­split­ting explo­sions. Sci­en­tists say it was like 200 Mega­tons of dyna­mite. Any­one with­in ten miles of the blast went deaf. Ships in the Sun­da Strait con­tend­ed with 100ft tsuna­mi waves and the sailors’ eardrums rup­tured. The rain of hot ash and pumice on deck con­vinced many sailors they were under attack, and they were, by a pres­sure wave cre­at­ed by the final explo­sion that sped away from the blast at 675mph. The sound was mis­tak­en as can­non fire in the Indi­an Ocean, on the small island of Rodrigues, 3,000 miles away.

SIGMA SPORT

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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.

Moun­tain climber Aron Ral­ston (Pho­to cour­tesy of PROBAR)

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

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.

 

Moun­tain climber Aron Ral­ston (Pho­to cour­tesy of PROBAR)

Hap­py Mon­day, Clym­bers. We trust your week­end was rife with adven­ture. We had blue­bird skies and pow­der snow on Mount Hood this week­end and a lot of folks from The Clymb took advan­tage. Need­less to say, there are some sun­burned rac­coon eyes in the office today.

Let’s get down to busi­ness. Today’s event is a big one, with sun­glass­es, hands-free hydra­tion, organ­ic ener­gy bars, wom­en’s activewear, run­ning shoes, and more. Kick the week off right with some sweet deals on awe­some gear from top brands. Enjoy!

Camel­Bak: Look Ma, no hands! Whether rid­ing a bike or eat­ing spaghet­ti, doing things sans hands just feels more… awe­some. The tac­tic can be use­ful for hydra­tion too. Not hav­ing to stop to fum­ble around with your pack to pull a water bot­tle out on the trail can save valu­able time and keep you from cool­ing down. The abil­i­ty to ingest flu­ids while on the fly on a moun­tain bike means you can ride the hill for all its worth with­out hav­ing to stop or even take your hands off the han­dle­bars. Sci­en­tif­ic stud­ies have shown that ath­letes drank more flu­ids and per­formed bet­ter when they wore a Camel­Bak. Get your hands-free hydra­tion on with Camel­Bak hydra­tion packs or go the old fash­ioned way with Camel­Bak bot­tles, both avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

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.

Detours: Detours is like a hot cup of cof­fee on a rainy day—for your bicy­cle. Based in Seat­tle, Detours builds its com­muter cycling acces­sories to with­stand the wettest weath­er the Pacif­ic North­west can dish out with designs meant to reflect an uplift­ing expres­sion of rid­ers’ per­son­al­i­ties. Deck your ride out with Detours seat­post bags, pan­niers, and bas­kets, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Wom­en’s Activewear: Ride, run, hike, or rock out some acro-yoga—and look good doing it—with Wom­en’s activewear, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Shades of Spring: Whether for hik­ing, beach bum­ming, dri­ving, or hid­ing a hang­over at work, a good pair of sun­glass­es is an essen­tial item in every out­door junkie’s kit. There are styles out there for every need—and we’ve prob­a­bly got the style you need, on sale, in our huge sun­glass­es event. Look boss even if you’re a grunt with a new pair of shades from top brands like O’Neill, Spy, Native, Kaenon, Zeal, and Drag­on, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning Shoes: Sick of hear­ing your swollen feet howl when­ev­er you hit the trail in your rat­ty old run­ning shoes? Throw those dogs a bone by treat­ing your­self to a new pair from top brands like Brooks, New Bal­ance, Vivo­bare­foot, Sauony, and more, avail­able now on The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Salomon, Fuel­Belt, Gravis, & Snow Goggles.

SOCK IT TO ‘EM: Did you know? The sum­mer of 1988 found cyclist Michael Eid­son look­ing for a leg up in the upcom­ing Hot­ter’N Hell 100 road race. An emer­gency med­ical tech­ni­cian by trade, he knew that hydra­tion would be an issue as he ped­aled hard for 100 miles in the gru­el­ing heat of Wichi­ta Falls, Texas. His solution—filling an IV bag with water, slip­ping it into a white tube sock, and strap­ping it to his jer­sey with clothespins—was the gen­e­sis of hands-free hydra­tion as well as a mul­ti-mil­lion dol­lar com­pa­ny, CamelBak.

One of the more inter­est­ing debates among run­ners is over the ben­e­fits of bare­foot run­ning. Is min­i­mal­ist run­ning bet­ter than tra­di­tion­al? Though recent stud­ies have shown run­ners who habit­u­al­ly rear­foot strike have sig­nif­i­cant­ly high­er rates of repet­i­tive stress injury than those who most­ly fore­foot strike, the key is remem­ber­ing that run­ning is a skill that requires prop­er training.

Run­ning tech­nique and move­ment spe­cial­ist Lee Sax­by demon­strates the cor­rect pos­ture in bare­foot running:

We’d love to hear your thoughts on bare­foot run­ning. After you shop our exclu­sive VIVOBAREFOOT event today, stop by Face­book and tell us about your bare­foot run­ning experience.

Also fea­tured today: head­wear from Coal that’s more than an acces­so­ry – shop head­wear that’s as unique as you are. And stock up on the deli­cious and healthy plant-based ener­gy bars from PROBAR.

Our lim­it­ed time $4.98 ship­ping is still in effect, and adding a Clymb t‑shirt to your order qual­i­fies your entire order for FREE shipping.

Don’t for­get to vote in our I Wish I Was There pho­to con­test. The action shot final­ists are on dis­play and you have until mid­night EST to get your vote in.

Find a lit­tle time in your Cyber Mon­day shop­ping to check out the five (yes, five) great events we have lined up today.

First, save up to 60% off past sea­son’s tech­ni­cal out­er­wear and appar­el for men, women, and kids from Moun­tain Hard­wear. And up to 55% off Cha­co san­dals and footwear that align and sup­port your feet.

Mem­bers will save up to 60% off back­packs, tents, and sleep­ing bags from Kel­ty. Also, stock up on deli­cious, con­ve­nient, healthy, and plant-based nutri­tion from PROBAR at up to 55% off.

Final­ly, save up to 50% off a sub­scrip­tion to Out­side Mag­a­zine, Amer­i­ca’s lead­ing active-lifestyle and adven­ture-trav­el magazine.

Your whole order will ship for free with the pur­chase of an exclu­sive, lim­it­ed-time only The Clymb t‑shirt. And that includes pur­chas­es from our Not So Black Fri­day event where there are still great deals to be had on your favorite out­door gear, footwear, and appar­el for men and women at up to 70% off.

It may be Cyber Mon­day, but we believe in great sav­ings on the gear you love every day. Stop by Face­book or Twit­ter for more infor­ma­tion on upcom­ing events.

Inspired by the body in motion — specif­i­cal­ly, the strong, flu­id move­ments of dancers and ath­letes — MPG has man­aged to fuse the need for per­for­mance, func­tion, and fash­ion into active wear that pro­vide both style and com­fort. Clymb mem­bers can shop MPG’s shorts, pants, tees, and tanks for men and women at up to 55% off here.

Maria Chap­man — Prin­ci­pal, Pacif­ic North­west Bal­let — (Cour­tesy of MPG)

PROBAR pro­vides healthy, tasty, plant-based snack bars for bod­ies on the go. If you’re look­ing for a con­ve­nient way to keep your body fueled with all-nat­ur­al, whole­some ingre­di­ents, look no fur­ther. Check out the deli­cious fla­vors in their Fruition line — and more — at up to 55% off now.

Moun­tain climber Aron Ral­ston (Pho­to cour­tesy of PROBAR)

PROBAR once again took home top hon­ors with its new HALO Bar prod­uct launch at the 2011 Expo West, the world’s largest nat­ur­al foods and prod­ucts con­ven­tion. Watch the video below to see why, and then check out their HALO S’mores bar in our event and taste for yourself!

Come vis­it us on Face­book and Twit­ter for fun con­tests and triv­ia, infor­ma­tion on these and oth­er (includ­ing upcom­ing) events, and invi­ta­tions to shop The Clymb.