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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? The company also offers instructional media to help you get started. Summer is already here. What are you waiting for? Today we’re offering members exclusive pricing on slacklines, packs, and tees.
KAVU: You’re all alone, staring at your reflection in a quiet backcountry lake, when inspiration hits. You take a lungful of mountain air then jump in, performing a perfect cannonball that shatters the calm. Congratulations. You just experienced KAVU. We’ve got a great selection of KAVU Men’s and Women’s lifestyle apparel for member-exclusive pricing. Don’t miss out!
Rock and Ice Magazine: Giving readers sweaty palms for over 25 years, Rock and Ice is the only magazine owned and operated by climbers. The publication offers expert training and medical advice, gear tips, features on the best climbing areas here and abroad, and cutting-edge tales from real climbers who push themselves to the edge. Click through now for insider pricing on a one-year subscription to the iconic publication.
American Alpine Club: The American Alpine Club has been a bastion for the climbing community since 1902. Dedicated to supporting American endeavors in mountain environments around the world, the iconic non-profit organization provides advocacy, up-to-date information, and a collective passion that helps to unite climbers of all abilities. For Clymb members only, join the American Alpine Club at a 20% discount off the regular membership price.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Dead Man’s Hand: Did you know? On August 2 (that’s today!), 1876, at 39 years old, the most famous gunfighter in the history of the American West died with his iconic Smith & Wesson revolver in his holster. “Wild Bill” Hickok gained notoriety in 1861 after casually shooting down three men who were trying to kill him, and though his prowess was often exaggerated, Hickok earned his reputation with a string of gunfights over the years. Turning to professional gambling in his later years, Hickok saw his last hand dealt when he uncharacteristically sat down at the poker table with his back faced towards the door, at Saloon No. 10 in Deadwood, South Dakota. When shot, Hickok was holding a pair of aces and a pair of eights, all black, solidifying the fate of the dead man’s hand.