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Fresh on the menu today:

Gravis: If Wat­son and Crick were to unrav­el the DNA of Gravis, they’d find that the brand is made up of four ele­ments: skate, snow, surf, and art. With a unique style and an unwa­ver­ing focus on research, devel­op­ment, and atten­tion to detail, Gravis footwear and appar­el is designed to take you around the world and back. Where will it take you? Click through to find out.



Men’s Out­door Appar­el: Build­ing jumps, climb­ing trees, explor­ing the unknown: some things nev­er get old. Cel­e­brate your out­door adven­ture lifestyle with every­thing from jack­ets and vests to shirts and belts and more. Shop now!



Wom­en’s Out­door Appar­el: Gear up for a jog up the street, a slog up ‘ze moun­tain, or good times around the camp­fire with tees, shorts, jack­ets, and more from pre­mi­um brands. Click through now to shop out­door appar­el from adi­das, Moun­tain Hard­wear, and more.



Men’s Skate Style: They tore up the for­est so we took to the streets. Hop­ping their stairs and slid­ing their rails, we rode hard and free and awe­some and it was good. Behold, the footwear and appar­el the move­ment inspired. Fea­tur­ing shoes and apparel.




Demise of the Walk­ing-Poet: Did you know? On August 8, 1818 (that’s today!), 22-year-old Eng­lish poet John Keats returned from his now-famous walk­ing tour of Eng­land and Scot­land. A few weeks pri­or, Keats had con­tract­ed an ill­ness on the Isle of Mull. Mid-way through, a doc­tor described him as “too thin and fevered to pro­ceed with the jour­ney.” The ill­ness would devel­op into tuber­cu­lo­sis and kill him three years lat­er, but not before the young writer pumped out what would become some of the most famous poems in the Eng­lish language.

What would it take for a pro­fes­sion­al ath­lete, per­form­ing at the high­est lev­el, to take a break? SPY Pro Surfer Alex Gray shares what was behind his deci­sion to stop com­pet­ing in order to chase big­ger waves:

Also in the spir­it of fol­low­ing a less-trav­elled path, over a decade ago, graf­fi­ti artist and surf pho­tog­ra­ph­er Andrew Sar­nec­ki began design­ing and print­ing his own mini surf mag­a­zine, “South Bay.” Now, he’s tak­en his sig­na­ture tag and cre­at­ed Hip­pyTree, an eco-con­scious com­pa­ny that pro­vides qual­i­ty surf and climb­ing inspired prod­ucts to open-mind­ed indi­vid­u­als. Hip­pyTree also walks the walk in terms of sus­tain­abil­i­ty, using organ­ic and eco-friend­ly blends in their cloth­ing mate­ri­als and print­ing their cat­a­logs on recy­cled paper.

Pho­to: HippyTree

Today we cel­e­brate that indi­vid­u­al­i­ty with exclu­sive Hip­pyTree and SPY Optics events and we wel­come Gravis – footwear and appar­el for skaters, snow­board­ers, and surfers. Gravis debuts on The Clymb today with inter­na­tion­al­ly known, skate, surf and snow inspired footwear, appar­el, and packs. Con­sid­er col­or with Gravis’ unique styles that trans­late all over the world.

You can still take advan­tage of $4.98 ship­ping on every order OR add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order for free shipping.

We’ll be shar­ing some great surf and skate videos on Face­book today. Make sure to pay us a visit.