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Fresh on the menu today:

Ready to Run: The state of eupho­ria expe­ri­enced by many while run­ning is called a “run­ner’s high.” Whether you pound the pave­ment or log high-alti­tude moun­tain miles, run­ning is a sport that offers great reward and requires lit­tle gear. How­ev­er, the wrong gear can quick­ly turn a run­ner’s high into a run­ner’s low. Get your fix with Men’s and Wom­en’s shoes and appar­el from Saucony, Inov‑8, Hoka OneOne, Craft, & more. 





NRG Bar: A bad ener­gy bar can ruin a great day out. Say no to fla­vor­less gut-bombs and eat a bar that is made with whole­some ingre­di­ents like oats, figs, dates, and ground flax. Engi­neered by a Marine and triath­lete, NRG Bars are per­fect for endurance events or dai­ly life, allow­ing your body to per­form and feel its best. Fea­tured fla­vors are Choco­late Chip, Cran­ber­ry Almond, Lemo­ny Lemon, and Pump­kin Ginger.


Salomon Appar­el, Socks, & Footwear: Salomon was found­ed in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps, the birth­place of mod­ern alpin­ism. Dri­ven by pas­sion for ski­ing and design inno­va­tion, Fran­cois Salomon and his son George designed and per­fect­ed many of the first mod­ern ski bind­ings. The com­pa­ny has since earned a rep­u­ta­tion for excel­lence in design­ing goods for oth­er out­door activ­i­ties, expand­ing its line to include every­thing from trail run­ning footwear to tech­ni­cal appar­el and socks. Today at The Clymb, we’re excit­ed to be offer­ing Men’s and Wom­en’s Salomon footwear, socks, and tech­ni­cal appar­el at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.



Plant­i­ng The Seeds: Did you know? On August 9 (that’s today!), 1907, the first ever Scout­ing encamp­ment came to a con­clu­sion on Brownsea Island in Eng­land, set­ting the stan­dard for future Scouts across the globe. Dur­ing the course of the camp, boys par­tic­i­pat­ed in activ­i­ties like camp­ing, obser­va­tion, wood­craft, chival­ry, life­sav­ing, and patri­o­tism. Founder Robert Baden-Pow­ell start­ed the orga­ni­za­tion to help sup­port young peo­ple in their phys­i­cal, men­tal, and spir­i­tu­al devel­op­ment so that they can play con­struc­tive roles in soci­ety. His efforts kicked off the Scout Move­ment that would even­tu­al­ly become a non-gov­ern­men­tal inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tion with over 41-mil­lion members.



Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Saucony: Saucony’s name­sake is Saucony Creek, upon the banks of which the com­pa­ny was found­ed in Penn­syl­va­nia in 1898. The Saucony logo—a wave of red wash­ing over three dis­tinct dots—represents the end­less flow of water over the boul­der-strewn creek bed. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive deals on Men’s and Wom­en’s Saucony run­ning footwear and apparel.

Shop Saucony Wom­en’s — Click through now.

Shop Saucony Men’s — Click through now.

Rise Bar: Rise Bar makes organ­ic, aller­gy-friend­ly (no peanuts, gluten, or soy) snacks designed for adven­tures on the sum­mit or the sub­way. Small enough that there’ll be no sticky left­overs to deal with and made with all nat­ur­al ingre­di­ents, Rise Bar offers an ener­gy kick with­out the glycemic over­load. Step up to a health­i­er form of snack­ing now, with Rise Bar pro­tein and ener­gy bars, avail­able at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Shop Rise Bar: Click through now.


Chop­pin’ ‘Round the World: Did you know? On July 22 (that’s today!), 1983, entre­pre­neur and founder of Aus­tralian Geo­graph­ic mag­a­zine Dick Smith com­plet­ed the first-ever solo heli­copter flight around the world. The jour­ney took him 11 months, which might sound daunt­ing but could be con­sid­ered leisure­ly when com­pared to the 28 days it took H. Ross Per­ot Jr. (yup, the son of Texas gazil­lion­aire Ross Per­ot) and his team to accom­plish the same feat in 1982. Heli­copter round-the-world flights are impres­sive but seem to be a bat­tle only the wealthy can fight. For exam­ple, both Smith and Per­ot hired ocean-going sea ves­sels to wait for them in the Pacif­ic for refu­el­ing. If you want some­thing a lit­tle more down-to-earth to cel­e­brate today, it’s George Clin­ton’s 71st birth­day. Spin around like a heli­copter. Feel the funk.



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Fresh on the menu today:

Craft: In the begin­ning, Craft founder Anders Bengts­son spent an inor­di­nate amount of time look­ing at his under­wear. After heavy exer­cise ses­sions out­side his home in Borås, Swe­den, Bengsts­son would weigh his skivvies and use a mois­ture gauge to mea­sure how sweaty they were. He used his research to devel­op the ide­al lay­er to wear next to the skin—a gar­ment that trans­ports mois­ture out­wards with as lit­tle absorp­tion into the fibers as pos­si­ble. The result­ing brand, Craft, is now a glob­al leader in peak-per­for­mance ath­let­ic appar­el. Today on The Clymb, we’re offer­ing Men’s and Women’s Craft cycling, run­ning, and fit­ness appar­el, for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Tri Sup­plies: The gun fires. Ahead lies the course: some 25 kilo­me­ters of pain that must be over­come by foot and arm and bike. Behind, the com­pe­ti­tion is clos­ing the gap. Maybe it wasn’t such a good deci­sion to wear a track­suit. Don’t let night­mare gear turn into a rude wake­up call in the midst of a race. Click through now to pick up your dream gear before it’s all gone.

Brooks Sad­dles: Brooks has been build­ing expert­ly craft­ed bicy­cle sad­dles since the com­pa­ny was found­ed in Eng­land in 1866. Each sad­dle fea­tures stretched leather that over time molds itself to the rid­er, cre­at­ing a rugged, one-of-a-kind fit that gets bet­ter with every rev­o­lu­tion. Bet­ter inform your arm­chair that your booty is about to get a new best friend. Also fea­tur­ing leather acces­sories by the icon­ic brand. Click through now!

Fish­ing on the Fly: The riv­er will churn with the trem­bling of fish ter­ri­fied of your new fly-fish­ing gear. Let the water sooth you like a nice mas­sage. Shop rods, waders, float tubes, and more at insid­er pric­ing. Hes­i­tate on this one and years from now you’ll still be telling sto­ries about how it got away. Click through now for insid­er deals on fly-fish­ing essentials.

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. Don’t wait too long. Our tees tend to sell out quickly.


Pike’s Peak Push: Did you know? Any­one who’s been to Col­orado Springs, Colo. will have noticed Pike’s Peak loom­ing mas­sive in the near dis­tance. The east­ern­most 14’er in the U.S., Pike’s Peak is named for Zebu­lon Mont­gomery Pike, who on this day in 1805 set off on his soon-to-be famous expe­di­tion to explore the Amer­i­can South­west. In 1806, Pike failed to climb the icon­ic peak that now bears his name. His team was ill-equipped for the attempt, wear­ing only light over­alls and no socks. Their jour­ney through the South­west end­ed some­what abrupt­ly after two years, when the men were cap­tured by Span­ish author­i­ties in north­ern New Mexico.



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Fresh on the menu today:

CW‑X: Design­ing lin­gerie is one of the most spe­cial­ized jobs in the appar­el indus­try. Which is why most brands that make ath­let­ic wear out­source work on their sup­port bras to inti­mate appar­el com­pa­nies. CW‑X is crème-de-la-crème ath­let­ic wear pro­duced by Wacoal, the world’s largest man­u­fac­tur­er of inti­mate appar­el. The com­pa­ny applies its sci­en­tif­ic knowl­edge of the human anato­my with its expe­ri­ence in com­plex fab­ri­ca­tions and appar­el design to cre­ate pre­mi­um ath­let­ic wear that fits like a dream. Click through to check out our col­lec­tion of CW‑X Men’s and Wom­en’s ath­let­ic wear.

Salomon: The mighty Dolomite Moun­tain region in north­ern Italy is a renowned alpine mec­ca for skiers, moun­tain bik­ers, BASE jumpers, hik­ers, climbers, and peak-peep­ers of all shapes and sizes. But it’s also known for some­thing else: socks. Salomon per­for­mance socks are designed and knit­ted in the Dolomites, where test­ing prod­uct is as fun as it is pro­duc­tive. Today on The Clymb we’re hap­py to offer a lit­tle taste of out­door Italy, with Salomon Men’s and Women’s per­for­mance run, bike and snow socks, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.


The Buz­zard’s Trea­sure: Did you know? On July 7 (that’s today!) 1730, the cit­i­zens of Saint Denis, Reunion turned out to watch the hang­ing of a noto­ri­ous pirate. Lit­tle did the island-dwellers know, they were about to wit­ness the spark that set off one of the great­est buried trea­sure leg­ends of all time. The pirate being led to the gal­lows was named Olivi­er Lev­asseur. But he was bet­ter known to the assem­bled mass­es by his mon­ick­er, ‘La Bouche,’ (The Buz­zard) because of the feroc­i­ty with which he attacked his tar­gets. La Bouche earned the rope that was being fas­tened around his neck through years of pira­cy, includ­ing the cap­ture of a ship car­ry­ing the equiv­a­lent of over $100,000,000 in coins and pre­cious gems. Accord­ing to leg­end, just before the hang­man slipped the noose around La Bouche’s neck, the pirate tore off the neck­lace he was wear­ing and threw it into the crowd, exclaim­ing, “Find my trea­sure, ye who may under­stand it!” The neck­lace con­tained a 17-line cryp­togram. Ever since that day, near­ly 300 years ago, trea­sure hunters have been re-trac­ing La Rouche’s foot­steps, try­ing to break his code.



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Fresh on the menu today:

Teva: Teva works with non­prof­it con­ser­va­tion orga­ni­za­tions to help keep the world’s liq­uid play­grounds clean. For every pair of Teva shoes sold, the com­pa­ny pro­tects a lin­ear foot of glob­al water­ways in rivers, lakes, and oceans. In 2012, the com­pa­ny will stew­ard some­thing in the neigh­bor­hood of 4.4 mil­lion lin­ear feet. Sup­port a great com­pa­ny and a great cause with Men’s and Women’s Teva footwear, avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing!

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

Insight: Furi­ous­ly indi­vid­u­al­is­tic, Insight is deter­mined to tran­scend estab­lished fash­ion indus­try norms with its unen­cum­bered styles. This col­lec­tion fea­tures surf and skate-inspired appar­el by the inde­pen­dent, design-dri­ven brand from Aus­tralia. Click through now for insid­er pric­ing on our col­lec­tion of Insight shorts, tees, and shirts.

Dahlgren: Dahlgren com­bines two of the best mate­ri­als on earth—alpaca fiber and Meri­no wool—with 100% post-con­sumer recy­cled poly­ester to cre­ate per­for­mance socks that are trail-tough, com­fort­able, funk-resis­tant, and that boast the only active mois­ture-man­age­ment process avail­able in a sock. Behold, socks that are tru­ly fit for the Adven­ture Gods. You might want to sit down because your feet are about to swoon. We’ve got Dahlgren’s Men’s & Wom­en’s hik­ing, snow, and casu­al socks in stock. Click through to get ’em before they’re gone. With mem­ber-exclu­sive prices, they won’t last long.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: fi’zi:k, Lezyne, Clymb Tees, Canari, Yoga Essen­tials, Show­ers Pass, Sug­oi, Uvex, Olib­erté, Brun­ton, Har­mo­ny, Adven­ture Tech­nol­o­gy, & Bomber Gear.


Mid­sum­mer Night’s Meme: Did you know? Today is the sum­mer sol­stice, the longest day of the year. For thou­sands of years, dif­fer­ent cul­tures have cel­e­brat­ed the day and passed their tra­di­tions on to future gen­er­a­tions who have tweaked it appro­pri­ate­ly to fit their needs. Most­ly their cel­e­bra­tions involved drink­ing and feast­ing and light­ing stuff on fire. Ancient pagans loved to par­ty as much as the next cul­ture. They referred to the sum­mer sol­stice as Mid­sum­mer and would cel­e­brate by build­ing gigan­tic bon­fires and get­ting drunk on mead before jump­ing through them. The goal was­n’t to be bro­tas­tic. The men and women believed that their crops would grow as high as they were able to jump. It did­n’t work. The mead did though! Do you have any plans for ye olde longest day of the year?

Credit: Craft of Sweden
Cred­it: Craft of Sweden


For­get DIY fur­ni­ture, Mup­pet chefs, and biki­ni teams. We’ve got two awe­some brands on the dock­et today that are about to move to the front of the list of things you asso­ciate with Swe­den. From now on, when some­body waves the blue and yel­low, the flag is going to remind you of styl­ish pro­tec­tion gear from POC and fit-focused per­for­mance fit­ness appar­el from Craft. How do you like them meatballs?

Here’s some more info on today’s fea­tured brands:

POC: Swe­den-based POC devel­ops styl­ish per­son­al pro­tec­tive gear for grav­i­ty sports ath­letes. Head­quar­tered in Salt­sjobaden out­side of Stockholm—a cen­ter for research and devel­op­ment in the areas of safe­ty, med­i­cine, and healthcare—the com­pa­ny is able to tap some of Europe’s lead­ing experts to help with prod­uct devel­op­ment. POC then straps its ath­letes into the gear and has them put it to the test and rec­om­mend changes. Next, the POC design team goes to work to ensure the prod­ucts are as exquis­ite as they are safe. The end result is a line of light­weight, high per­for­mance gear with ground­break­ing design that meets the high stan­dards of pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes and med­ical experts. Look good while pro­tect­ing your pre­cious parts with POC hel­mets, gog­gles, sun­glass­es, & more, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Men’s & Wom­en’s Craft: In the begin­ning, Craft founder Anders Bengts­son spent an inor­di­nate amount of time look­ing at his under­wear. After heavy exer­cise ses­sions out­side his home in Borås, Swe­den, Bengsts­son would weigh his skivvies and use a mois­ture gauge to mea­sure how sweaty they were. He used his research to devel­op the ide­al lay­er to wear next to the skin—a gar­ment that trans­ports mois­ture out­wards with as lit­tle absorp­tion into the fibers as pos­si­ble. The result­ing brand, Craft, is now a glob­al leader in peak-per­for­mance ath­let­ic appar­el. Today on The Clymb, we’re cel­e­brat­ing yet anoth­er exam­ple of Swedish inge­nu­ity with Men’s and Women’s Craft cycling, run­ning, and fit­ness appar­el, for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: VonZip­per, Goorin Bros, Core Con­cepts, Vestal, Skull­can­dy, Impe­r­i­al Motion, Thule, Wool­rich, Home­school, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s & Kids’ Footwear, Cycling Goods, & Men’s & Wom­en’s Tees.


Free Fallin’: Did you know? On April 19 (that’s today!), 1987, a real-life res­cue that seems out of the pages of a graph­ic nov­el took place in the Ari­zona skies. While mov­ing into posi­tion for a for­ma­tion drop, sky­div­er Deb­bie Williams col­lid­ed with anoth­er sky­div­er. The impact knocked her out. When Gre­go­ry Robert­son noticed his col­league tum­bling to the ground, he did what any rea­son­able super­hero would in that situation—he tucked his arms to his sides and went into a 200-mph free-fall to catch up. At 3,500 feet, with the red Ari­zona desert get­ting clos­er by the sec­ond, Robert­son reached Williams. Pulling out of his dive, Robert­son propped the uncon­scious woman into an upward posi­tion, yanked her rip­cord, and then opened his own para­chute. Williams land­ed hard on her back and was rushed to the hos­pi­tal. She sur­vived the inci­dent. Mild-man­nered Robert­son lat­er told the New York Times it was “just anoth­er day of skydiving.”

Oiselle encour­ages women to run in what they love with appar­el inspired by the weight­less sense of flight. Let your legs go fast and your heart go free at up to 70% off their fresh take on run­ning apparel.

We also have a selec­tion of heart rate mon­i­tors and head­lamps designed with pre­ci­sion Ger­man engi­neer­ing and inno­va­tion. Shop our SIGMA SPORT event at up to 55% off here.

Good news: We’re extend­ing our Out­side Mag­a­zine event till Mon­day 9am PST. You’ve got three addi­tion­al days to save up to 50% off a year’s sub­scrip­tion of inspir­ing arti­cles and breath­tak­ing photos.

And there’s still time to save on Skull­can­dy, VONZIPPER, Patag­o­nia, Native, Ninth­ward, KLYMIT, Manzel­la, Water­box, and Wilder­ness Press guides and maps.

Every­thing ships for free with the pur­chase of a The Clymb t‑shirt, so get them while they last.

Tis the sea­son and we’ve made it eas­i­er than ever for you to give the gift of gear. The Clymb e‑gift cards are now avail­able in var­i­ous incre­ments. They make great vir­tu­al stock­ing stuffers. For more infor­ma­tion on gift cards, events, or orders, stop by Face­book or Twit­ter.

Wel­come back, mem­bers. We hope you all had a safe and fun July 4th week­end. After the brand event infor­ma­tion below, find out how you can share your hol­i­day fun with us on Face­book and pos­si­bly win $50 to The Clymb.

Craft pro­vides fine­ly-craft­ed per­for­mance appar­el that allows you to breathe between extremes. It’s not just about mois­ture con­trol, but cir­cu­la­tion and cli­mate con­trol. Today we’re fea­tur­ing some of their best cycling and run­ning appar­el for men and women at up to 55% off. Shop Craft here.

SPY Optic has incor­po­rat­ed ground break­ing tech­nol­o­gy to design sun­glass­es that not only look good, but allow you to per­form well. Shop a selec­tion of styles for men and women at up to 60% off now.

We love the idea that we’re a part of your out­door adven­tures, espe­cial­ly now when the weath­er is warm and so many of you are tak­ing fam­i­ly camp­ing trips, hikes and par­tic­i­pat­ing in char­i­ty runs and races. Share your pho­tos of your Clymb gear or appar­el in action this July 4th week­end on our Face­book wall and we’ll award two win­ners $50 to The Clymb. You have till Fri­day 7/8 at 5pm EST to get your pho­tos in. You can also email them to

Face­book and Twit­ter are also a good way to stay con­nect­ed with us for order ques­tions, mem­ber­ship invites or site sug­ges­tions. Some­one’s always listening.

Just read­ing the his­to­ry behind Oiselle (pro­nounced wa-zell), you can’t help but be inspired. Its founder, Sal­ly Berge­sen saw a need with­in a sport she loved and from that a new brand of wom­en’s run­ning appar­el was born, but more than that: a new kind of company.

We hope you’ll wel­come Oiselle to The Clymb by shop­ping their run­ning appar­el that’s breath­able, styl­ish, and as light­weight as that feel­ing you get when you’re run­ning. Mem­bers can shop our up to 70% off Oiselle event now.

We also have a Five Ten event fea­tur­ing climb­ing shoes for men and women includ­ing the Men’s Project shoe whose ground-break­ing tech­nol­o­gy allows you to use your feet like hands. And the Wom­en’s Siren, a light­weight lace-up unique for it’s out-of-the-box com­fort and amaz­ing fit. Five Ten is avail­able in a three-day event at exclu­sive mem­ber pric­ing. You can shop their event here.

Final­ly, also at exclu­sive mem­ber pric­ing, Drift Inno­va­tion’s HD170 Stealth Cam­era, a hel­met cam­era durable enough to catch all of your out­door and extreme sports activ­i­ties in won­der­ful hi-def­i­n­i­tion.  Shop for the Stealth Cam­era here.

Check out the HD170 in action dur­ing New Zealand’s Hang Glid­ing Nationals.


In order to shop these three hot events, you need a mem­ber­ship. I can extend an invite via Face­book or Twit­ter.