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. Today’s col­lec­tion fea­tures Men’s and Wom­en’s run­ning appar­el and acces­sories from the icon­ic brand.


Timex: Altime­ter? Check. Barom­e­ter? Check. Com­pass and alarm? Check and check. Chrono­graph for log­ging a new per­son­al best? Check. A hun­dred years ago, the instru­men­ta­tion need­ed to access all this infor­ma­tion would fill a ruck­sack. Get all the tech­nol­o­gy you’ll ever need and maybe even a lit­tle extra with Timex Men’s and Women’s expe­di­tion and race-style watches.


Prince­ton Tec: Prince­ton Tec has been bat­tling the Dark Side of the out­doors with rev­o­lu­tion­ary illu­mi­na­tion tech­nol­o­gy since 1975. Inspired by human-pow­ered explo­ration, the brand works with adven­ture ath­letes to design the bright­est, most rugged tools for any condition.


Sock­Guy: The bril­liant minds behind Sock­Guy have dis­cov­ered the per­fect recipe for fun and func­tion­al footwear: Take two feet, cov­er with equal parts per­for­mance and com­fort, sprin­kle lib­er­al­ly with awe­some­ness. Pre­mi­um socks have nev­er looked so good! Click through now to check out socks so fresh you’ll turn heads.


Fly Fish­ing: 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.


Castel­li: Behold, the Fer­rari of cycling appar­el. Head­quar­tered in Italy, Castel­li has out­fit­ted cycling cham­pi­ons since 1876. The com­pa­ny invent­ed the skin­suit, the sub­li­mat­ed jer­sey, and the first Lycra short used in pro­fes­sion­al rac­ing. Beau­ti­ful, inno­v­a­tive, Castel­li is the man­i­fes­ta­tion of ped­al-pow­ered speed. Click through now before it’s all gone!


Lite­speed: An argu­ment could be made that Lite­speed makes the best bicy­cles in the uni­verse. The tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced brand man­u­fac­tured the tita­ni­um tub­ing for NASA’s Curios­i­ty rover, which is cur­rent­ly roam­ing on the sur­face of Mars. When they aren’t out­fit­ting Amer­i­ca’s space pro­gram, the brand com­mits to build­ing and engi­neer­ing bikes that every­one can agree on are out of this world.


Run­ner’s World: Give your­self a rea­son to get off the couch. From begin­ner to advanced, casu­al to pro­fes­sion­al, Run­ner’s World will moti­vate and inspire you. The pub­li­ca­tion offers expert train­ing and med­ical advice, inspi­ra­tional sto­ries, and fea­ture arti­cles to help fuel your per­for­mance.  Click through now for insid­er pric­ing on a one-year sub­scrip­tion to the icon­ic publication.



Bal­loon­ists Con­quer Chal­lenge, Hot Dogs: Did you know? On August 17th (that’s today!), 1978, a six-day odyssey to com­plete the first trans-Atlantic bal­loon voy­age came to a suc­cess­ful end when The Dou­ble Eagle II, an 11-sto­ry, heli­um-filled mon­stros­i­ty, plopped down in a bar­ley field out­side of Paris, France. The bal­loon had set sail from Preque Isle, Maine 137 hours pri­or. From 1859 until the flight of The Dou­ble Eagle II in 1978, there were 17 attempts to con­quer the Atlantic, result­ing in the deaths of sev­en bal­loon­ists. But that did­n’t stop Dou­ble Eagle II pilots Ben Abruz­zo, Max­ie Ander­son, and Lar­ry New­man, who sur­vived on hot dogs and canned sar­dines for the dura­tion of the 3,233-mile flight.


Cel­e­brat­ing with FUN. after 13.1

I am not a “run­ner.” I have nev­er claimed to be. I dread the side pains, shin splints, and short­ness of breath that come from pound­ing the pave­ment mile after mile after mile. But for some rea­son that I have yet to fig­ure out, I signed up for a half-marathon.

As I’ve grown old­er, an increas­ing num­ber of my friends have become addict­ed to some­thing they like to refer to as a runner’s high. After years of doing my best to ignore their con­stant chat­ter about it, I final­ly broke down and asked myself, What do you have to lose? Then I read about the Sea­wheeze lul­ule­mon Half Marathon and fig­ured that if I was ever going to run 13.1 miles in one fell swoop, I might as well cou­ple it with a vaca­tion to make it worth the pain.

This year’s Sea­wheeze was the first in what will be an annu­al half marathon held in Van­cou­ver, British Colum­bia. The event is part of lul­ule­mon’s mis­sion to cel­e­brate their home­town in “the sweati­est, most awe­some way possible—13.1 miles of beach­es, moun­tain views, and more.” Gor­geous scenery, yoga, waf­fle brunch­es, and a get­away to Canada—what more could a gal ask for? I con­vinced my boyfriend and five cowork­ers to join me on what I promised would be a week­end full of fun and FUN.—with a quick work­out thrown in.

Rep­re­sent­ing The Clymb with fin­ish­er’s medals

Our Sea­wheeze week­end was bet­ter than we could have imag­ined. Despite the lack of suf­fi­cient train­ing for some of us, we all fin­ished with a time that we are proud of. The course was beautiful—winding through down­town Van­cou­ver, and along the sea­wall that bor­ders Stan­ley Park. The cheer squads rivaled those found at the World Cup, the aid sta­tion logis­tics were smooth, and the post-race brunch was delec­table. Despite my exhaus­tion, I man­aged to cross the fin­ish line to a group hug with my coworkers.

A spe­cial thanks to Saucony for the great run­ning gear!

After our brief cel­e­bra­tion, I slumped to the ground. Around me, some 7,000 par­tic­i­pants waved their hands to upbeat music in cel­e­bra­tion of com­plet­ing the run. Beyond, the ocean stretched sparkling and gigan­tic into the dis­tance, the salty breeze gar­nish­ing my sweat-coat­ed lips and mak­ing my per­son­al vic­to­ry taste that much more vivid. My legs were too sore to move, but my heart and mind were full of hap­pi­ness and accom­plish­ment. I’m hap­py to say that at that moment, I expe­ri­enced my first run­ner’s high. And I’m addicted.


All of us on the Clymb team want to offer a huge thanks to Saucony for out­fit­ting us for the Sea­wheeze! Gear up for your own chal­lenge with Saucony here.




Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

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.



Hap­py Sat­ur­day, Clymbers!

One brand on the menu today:

Saucony: Saucony has pushed the bound­aries of ath­let­ic wear since it was found­ed in Penn­syl­va­nia back in 1898. Today’s col­lec­tion fea­tures fit­ness appar­el, footwear, gloves, and more from the icon­ic brand.

Also, don’t miss out on: TYR, Olly­dog, Fil­trate, Haul it All, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s Footwear, Yoga Fit, Fly-Fish­ing Essen­tials, Wright­sock, Men’s Cycling Appar­el, Men’s Appar­el, Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el, SOG, and Wom­en’s Sum­mer Wear

Cred­it: Patagonia

Hap­py Sun­day Clym­bers. We love to see you here but should­n’t you be at a bar­be­cue? Well, you made the right deci­sion. Today’s event is every bit as excit­ing as burg­ers and pota­to sal­ad. And odds are, you have first dibs. We have moun­tains of footwear for you today. Hik­ing boots, run­ning shoes, san­dals, every­thing. Have a look then enjoy the rest of your week­end! We’ll check back in with you tomorrow.

Fresh on the menu today:

Men’s Footwear: Why just walk like a man when you could be run­ning, hik­ing, and shuf­flin’ down the beach like one too? High­lights from today’s col­lec­tion include the Teva Fus-lon Water Shoe and the Patag­o­nia Boaris, which was designed for boar hunt­ing. No kidding!

Wom­en’s Footwear: Those boots were made for walk­ing. And that’s just what they’ll do. Which is why you need some trail run­ners too. And some san­dals. Or just do it all with the adi­das Ter­rex Trek FM Mid GTX, a super-light hik­er with a GORE-TEX membrane.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Nathan, Sum­mer Appar­el, DC FootwearAnar­chy Eye­wearOrcaKEEN Men’s FootwearKEEN Wom­en’s Bags & Wal­letsKEEN socksKEEN Wom­en’s and Kids’ FootwearOrcaHead for the HillsWom­en’s Essen­tials, & Sum­mer Run­ning.


Den­im Dreams: Did you know? Some men just want to see the world burn. Oth­ers want to shroud it in den­im. On May 20 (that’s today!), 1873, Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis received the patent for blue jeans. With daisy dukes and cut­off vests still a long way off, the patent focused sim­ply on Davis’s method of attach­ing met­al riv­ets to pock­et cor­ners and oth­er points of strain, which increased the strength of the garments.


Hap­py Mon­day, Clym­bers. And what a Mon­day it is. We’ve got 11 great events to help you kick off the week right. Enjoy!

Here’s what we’ve got on the docket:

Saucony Footwear: 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 for mem­ber-exclu­sive deals on Saucony Footwear now.

Saucony Run­ning Appar­el: A brand that’s con­tin­ued to push the bound­aries of ath­let­ic wear since win­ning its first nation­al award in 1977, Saucony knows run­ning. Its appar­el is designed and test­ed by experts to ensure excel­lence. Click through for mem­ber-exclu­sive deals on Saucony appar­el now.

GEIGERRIG: Pres­sure pow­ered and easy to clean, GEIGER­RIG’s award-win­ning pres­sur­ized hydra­tion sys­tems have rev­o­lu­tion­ized the portable hydra­tion mar­ket, enabling even the lamest users to drink water with­out suck­ing. Open wide for GEIGERRIG, now avail­able at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Stan­ley: In 1913, William Stan­ley Jr. invent­ed the all-steel vac­u­um bot­tle. Now, near­ly 100 years lat­er, the com­pa­ny is still at the fore­front of hydra­tion inno­va­tion with prod­ucts like the Nineteen13 One-Hand­ed Water Bot­tle. Equipped with a leakproof cap that unleash­es water at the push of a but­ton, the Nineteen13 is the ide­al com­pan­ion on bumpy back­coun­try dri­ves. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on the Nineteen13 and oth­er inno­v­a­tive Stan­ley prod­ucts includ­ing flasks, mugs, lunch­cas­es and more.

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. Its clothes are soft, wrin­kle-resis­tant, and easy to care for, so you’ll look great whether you choose them for work or play. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on ISIS apparel.

High Sier­ra: High Sier­ra, the offi­cial sup­pli­er of bags and lug­gage of the U.S. Ski and Snow­board Team, spe­cial­izes in user-friend­ly adven­ture trav­el gear, offers ver­sa­tile lines tai­lored for active out­door enthu­si­asts on the go. See where will High Sier­ra take you, with mem­ber-exclu­sive deals at The Clymb today.

Men’s & Wom­en’s Hik­ing & Run­ning Footwear: For­est myth dic­tates that if you’re run­ning from a bear, you bet­ter run down­hill. Well guess what? Bears can run down­hill too. So you bet­ter pick up a pair of run­ning shoes in addi­tion to your new hik­ing shoes to even the odds. Click through for mem­ber-exclu­sive deals on Men’s & Wom­en’s run­ning footwear.

Men’s Hood­ies & Tees: Bacon and eggs. Piz­za and beer. Milo and Otis. Some things are just meant to be togeth­er. Now you can add hood­ies and tees to that list. Click through for mem­ber-exclu­sive deals on Men’s hood­ies and tees from top brands.

Sun­glass­es: 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, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing.

Bags & Beats: Bags and beats, togeth­er at last. Shop audio equip­ment and bags in our most awe­some­ly ran­dom event ever. Click through for mem­ber-exclu­sive deals on bags and audio equip­ment from top brands.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Hold­enRAENToes on the NoseShells & FleecesCamp Essen­tials, Arbor, Sher­pani, & Men’s & Wom­en’s Fit­ness.

Cred­it: Saucony on Facebook

Last week, after plen­ty of Face­book fan antic­i­pa­tion, Saucony revealed the details of their Find Your Strong Project. Inspired by the idea that we all get stronger when we run and share what moti­vates us, Saucony is encour­ag­ing peo­ple to share pho­tos and videos that cap­ture their “strong.” Com­mu­ni­ty votes deter­mine the best sub­mis­sions, and win­ners will receive Saucony footwear.

In the first part of the project, Saucony calls on fans to sub­mit close-ups of their “strong face” either before, dur­ing, or after a work­out. Saucony hopes that the project will pro­vide inspi­ra­tion or a chal­lenge for run­ners every­where. View some of the ear­ly entries here.

Per­haps no event requires run­ners to find their strong more than The Boston Marathon. Saucony invites you to kick off the marathon this week­end with an evening of run­ning inspi­ra­tion. An all-star pan­el of ath­letes includ­ing Bill Rodgers, Mark Her­zlich, and Karen Smy­ers will share sto­ries of find­ing their strong against seem­ing­ly insur­mount­able odds. Are you going to be in town for the race? If so, the event takes place at The Boston Cen­ter for the Arts on Fri­day, April 13th at 6:30pm. Reg­is­tra­tion clos­es Thurs­day, April 12th.

You can find your strong in Saucony footwear in today’s men’s and women’s footwear events.

Today’s events are bet­ter than dis­cov­er­ing an unopened bag of beef jerky at the bot­tom of your sleep­ing bag.

Here’s what we’ve got…

Saucony Appar­el: Remem­ber Char­lie and the Choco­late Fac­to­ry? Imag­ine that fac­to­ry as a real place. Only instead of can­dy, it’s full of run­ning shoes and appar­el. And instead of Oom­pa Loom­pas singing, it’s full of run­ning experts design­ing per­for­mance shoes and appar­el for peo­ple who take run­ning as seri­ous­ly as they do. That’s where Saucony appar­el comes from. Get the gold­en tick­et to a more com­fort­able run with Men’s and Women’s Saucony run­ning shorts, jack­ets, base­lay­ers, pants, gloves, and more, on sale at The Clymb today for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Suun­to for Women: The future of fit­ness tech­nol­o­gy is now with Suun­to M‑Series heart rate mon­i­tors. The devices help you stick to an active lifestyle by offer­ing per­son­al­ized train­ing advice and encour­ag­ing mes­sages each morn­ing. Even cooler—they’ll auto­mat­i­cal­ly adapt to your work­out pro­gram if you miss a ses­sion. A gen­tle nudge from a kind­ly wrist robot? Yes, we will. Embrace the future with Women’s Suun­to M‑Series heart rate mon­i­tors, on sale today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Nideck­er: Nideck­er is cel­e­brat­ed by snows­port orga­ni­za­tions and mag­a­zines the world over. One of the orig­i­nal snow­board brands, it has won numer­ous awards, includ­ing the 2010 EUROSIMA Life­time Achieve­ment Award giv­en to Hen­ry Nideck­er Sr. for his many con­tri­bu­tions to the devel­op­ment and growth of snow­board­ing. Hav­ing a fac­to­ry locat­ed in the heart of Switzer­land gives the Nideck­er team con­ve­nient, envi­able access to some of the best moun­tains in the world to test prod­ucts, which they do, with gus­to, with only one goal in mind: to make sure only the very best, most fierce­ly test­ed, boards make it out the door. Yodel-Le-He-Shred it up with Men’s, Women’s and kids’ Nideck­er snow­boards and bind­ings, on sale today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Men’s & Women’s Footwear, Brooks Run­ning, SPY, Some­thing for Every Sea­son: Our Biggest Sale of the Year, Gre­go­ry, & Lole.

A Creek Runs Through it: Did you know? Saucony’s name­sake is Saucony Creek, upon the banks of which the com­pa­ny was found­ed in Kutz­town, 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.

Our friends in the great white north won’t under­stand (I’m look­ing at you, Alas­ka!), but for the rest of us, win­ter is final­ly here. So get ready to shred with Atmos­phere, Drag­on, DUB, Foursquare, Jones Snow­boards,  Moment, Ninth­ward Skis, Nomis, Sig­nal, Skull­can­dy, Spe­cial Blend, Trew, Vestal, West­comb, and more.


And Saucony invites you to Find Your Strong with their light­weight, mois­ture-wick­ing, trail run­ning footwear. We’re curi­ous to know what makes you strong. Vis­it us on Face­book lat­er today to share your story.

We’ve still got our lim­it­ed-time $4.98 flat ship­ping in effect, but adding a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order means the whole order ships for free!

Tomor­row at mid­night is the dead­line to vote in our I Wish I Was There Land­scape Pho­to con­test, so make sure you stop by Face­book to get your vote in.

Also Fea­tured This Week: 

Gib­bon Slack­lines, KAVU, and Knives & Tools

Camp Out and Shines So Bright