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

SOG Spe­cial­ty Knives & Tools: Trim guy lines, slice kiel­basa, or act out your fan­ta­sy of becom­ing a back­coun­try Mac­Gyver with award-win­ning spe­cial­ty knives and mul­ti-tools from SOG.

Soleus: When your chest is heav­ing after a hard run, and your vision is float­ing, you’ll still find Soleus watch­es easy to use. Shop this col­lec­tion of runner’s watch­es to find your new train­ing partner. 

Alpine Skis: All sum­mer you’ve dreamed of drop­ping chutes, bust­ing fat­ty spins, and rip­ping groomers a new one. Be the star of your own dreams with new skis from Amplid, Lib Tech, and more. 

Ready to Ride: Whether you’re falling on the bun­ny slope or bomb­ing back­coun­try pow­der, this col­lec­tion of snow­boards, boots, and bind­ings from top brands will help you get your shred on in style.

Snows­port Acces­sories: The gloves, hats, hel­mets, gog­gles and more in this col­lec­tion are essen­tial for a killer day on the moun­tain. When the slopes turn into a snow globe, be pre­pared with the acces­sories here. 

Com­muter Essen­tials: Turn your bike into a plush com­mut­ing machine with sad­dles by Brooks, tires by Fyx­a­tion, pan­niers by Hyalite Equip­ment, and a whole lot more in this one-stop shop for the savvy bike commuter.

inov‑8: inov‑8 footwear is designed to keep the foot close to the ground so that run­ners can feel and adapt to the ter­rain beneath them.



Zebu­lon Decides to Split: Did you know? On Octo­ber 14th (that’s today!), 1806, Cap­tain Zebu­lon Pike made the fate­ful deci­sion to split his crew of 20 sol­diers into two sep­a­rate detach­ments to fur­ther explore the Great Plains and inte­ri­or of Amer­i­ca. One detach­ment head­ed down the Arkansas Riv­er from Col­orado, and safe­ly returned to St. Louis. Zebu­lon, then 27 years old, led the oth­er crew west, up the Arkansas Riv­er, to explore the inte­ri­or. After four months, Zebulon’s par­ty was cap­tured by Span­ish sol­diers and impris­oned for years, where they like­ly thought back to this day when they part­ed ways and thought aloud, “Damn you Zebulon!”

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:





Loki: From the moun­tains of Col­orado comes this out­er­wear com­pa­ny that focus­es on mak­ing func­tion­al gear that is ver­sa­tile and use­ful in a range of con­di­tions. Just as the Norse God of mis­chief that is their mas­cot, Loki is a shape-shifter, and ready to adapt to the evolv­ing needs and conditions.






YES.: YES. Makes boards to shred. They’re not look­ing to take over the world. All they’re try­ing to do is pro­vide a refresh­ing alter­na­tive that plants a pos­i­tive con­no­ta­tion in the heads of every­one who sees you bust a big air and flash the base of this board to the world. YES. The boards in this col­lec­tion will make you feel real good.






Red­ing­ton: Red­ing­ton formed among the fabled salmon waters of the Pacif­ic North­west to design qual­i­ty fly-fish­ing gear and appar­el at an afford­able cost. Their com­mit­ment to qual­i­ty rods, reels, and appar­el has earned them pres­ti­gious awards from Fly Rod & Reel, Gray’s Sport­ing Jour­nal, and Back­pack­er Mag­a­zines. Shop through to find waders, shirts, and more!






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.






MiiR: In a mar­ket sat­u­rat­ed by ubiq­ui­tous style and mediocre design, MiiR stain­less steel hydra­tion bot­tles stand out as unique. The brand cap­tures the same per­son­al­iza­tion and high design ele­ments in its appar­el, which cham­pi­ons clean water for every­one. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a col­or­ful selec­tion of MiiR water bot­tles and apparel.





Bicy­cle Times: Bicy­clists unite in their com­mon cause with Bicy­cle Times. This mag­a­zine pro­vides insid­er tips and inspi­ra­tional sto­ries for those who roll on two wheels. By focus­ing on the pave­ment rid­ing lifestyle, they can cater exclu­sive­ly to the commuter’s needs and interests.






News­stand Mag­a­zines: Step right up! Read all about it! We’ve got Pow­der, Ski, Ski­ing, Snow­board­er, and Transworld Snow­board­ing Mag­a­zines! Buy one or buy them all. We’ve got your insid­er scoop right here.






The Fly­fish Jour­nal: The only thing more excit­ing than cast­ing a fly to a feed­ing fish is wait­ing for The Fly­fish Jour­nal to land in your mail­box. Fea­tur­ing beau­ti­ful pho­tos and thought­ful fea­ture arti­cles, this trea­sure trove of fish­ing tips and trips will inspire you for more casts through­out the year.



Birth of the Great­est Moun­taineer: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 17th, (that’s today!), 1944, the great­est climber in his­to­ry, Rein­hold Mess­ner, was born. He is con­sid­ered the best for his aston­ish­ing solo ascent up a new route on Mt. Ever­est in 1980 dur­ing the mon­soon sea­son with­out using sup­ple­men­tal oxy­gen. He is rumored to scram­ble ahead of Sher­pas and wait for them while he smokes a high-ele­va­tion cig­a­rette, and he is also the first per­son to suc­cess­ful­ly sum­mit all four­teen eight-thou­sand meter peaks, but it’s not just sum­mit­ing peaks that has led to his larg­er than life rep­u­ta­tion. He has also crossed Antarc­ti­ca on skis, the Gobi desert on foot, held polit­i­cal office, and decid­ed to pur­sue moun­taineer­ing more than rock climb­ing after he had 6 toes ampu­tat­ed due to frost­bite in his suc­cess­ful, yet trag­ic climb of the Rupal Face that killed his broth­er, Gun­ther. In the down­time between his dar­ing ascents of the world’s most dan­ger­ous peaks, Mess­ner has writ­ten 63 books.




Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:


Bill­abong Snow: Bill­abong began in the waves of Australia’s Gold Coast in 1973 and has become the mar­quee name in surf­ing. Spon­sor­ing events, ath­letes, and mak­ing fresh, active-dri­ven designs they’ve opened the ocean into a play­ground. Now they’ve opened the slopes, and with Bill­abong out­er­wear you can prac­tice your cutback’s all win­ter long.


Bill­abong Surf: Aus­tralian wave-chas­ing board shaper Gor­don Mer­chant found­ed Bill­abong while liv­ing on the Gold coast in 1973. This col­lec­tion fea­tures wet­suits, booties, gloves, and more.


Lib Tech­nolo­gies: What began in an old race­horse barn has turned into an indus­try leader in snow­board design. Lib Tech has depart­ed from tra­di­tion­al snow­board shapes by revers­ing the cam­ber geom­e­try with­in the board. The result: they’ve won eight awards since intro­duc­ing the Banana Tech­nol­o­gy in 2007, includ­ing the “Best of Test Award” from Snow­board Mag­a­zine in 2009.  


RED Hel­mets: Bob­ble­heads belong on the dash of a Chevy El Camino or on your co-work­er’s desk, not cruis­ing moun­tain slopes. RED Hel­mets are the brain­child of Bur­ton Snow­boards, the com­pa­ny that invent­ed snow­board­ing. You’ll see their rid­ers, Shaun White, Ter­je Haakon­sen, and Jere­my Jones rock­ing these tech-savvy dome-pieces whether they’re doing dou­ble Mac Twist 1260’s in the pipe or bomb­ing pil­low lines in the backcountry.



Swim­ming With the Sharks: Did you know?

On August 22 (that’s today!), 1979, Diana Nyad com­plet­ed a 102-mile open ocean swim from North Bimi­ni Island, Bahamas to Juno Beach, Flori­da. In the Gulf Stream that is teem­ing with sharks, Nyad swam with­out a pro­tec­tive shark cage. She was nev­er attacked by sharks, but did get into a tan­gle with a Box Jel­ly­fish. Pow­er­ing past it, she aver­aged 3.7 miles-per-hour and com­plet­ed the swim in a lit­tle over a day. Nyad’s feat set both the men’s and women’s world record for dis­tance swim­ming with­out a wet­suit. Her record still stands today, but hope­ful­ly not for long. Nyad, age 62, is plan­ning a 103-mile Cuba to Flori­da swim in 2012.


Hap­py hump day, Clym­bers. We’ve got some fun events on the dock­et today. Ever heard of Patag­o­ni­a’s Boaris shoe? The one that’s designed to hold up to the rig­ors of a fer­al pig hunt? Yeah, they make it. And we’ve got it. We also have a load of tech­ni­cal moun­taineer­ing appar­el, acces­sories, and duf­fels from Brooks-Range. And we’re open­ing the cof­fers so that you can go full-boar (yeah, that’s right—we went there) at our stock­piles of win­ter gear and appar­el. We’ve got every­thing from snow­boards and out­er­wear to gloves and poles. Con­sid­er pick­ing up some new win­ter gear a gift to your future self, who will have no choice but to final­ly appre­ci­ate some­thing you’ve done for him or her.

Here’s some more about today’s events:

Patag­o­nia Footwear: It can­not be denied: Patag­o­nia appar­el and footwear is styl­ish­ly designed and unstop­pably com­fort­able. But it’s also so much more. A glob­al leader in sus­tain­able man­u­fac­tur­ing and renowned for its ded­i­ca­tion to pro­tect­ing the places we play, the com­pa­ny proves that finan­cial suc­cess and envi­ron­men­tal respon­si­bil­i­ty are not mutu­al­ly exclu­sive. Wear­ing Patag­o­nia shows that from style to car­bon foot­print, you have high stan­dards for the brands you sport. Slip into a state­ment with Patag­o­nia footwear, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Brooks-Range: From the begin­ning, Brooks-Range has been a com­pa­ny for moun­taineers, by moun­taineers. It’s founder, Matt Brooks, is a cer­ti­fied moun­tain guide who has served as chair of the Pres­i­dents Coun­cil of the Amer­i­can Moun­tain Guides Asso­ci­a­tion. His numer­ous alpine feats include knock­ing out the first ascent of Galac­tic Hitch­hik­er, the longest tech­ni­cal rock climb in North Amer­i­ca. Brooks and his small team of moun­tain enthu­si­asts pro­vide top-qual­i­ty equip­ment and appar­el for alpin­ists, back­coun­try trav­el­ers, and pro­fes­sion­al moun­tain and ski guides. Each prod­uct they design is put to the test by some of the world’s top moun­taineer­ing and back­coun­try pro­fes­sion­als. Step off the hik­ing trail and into the big leagues with Brooks-Range tech­ni­cal appar­el and acces­sories, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Win­ter Every­thing: Win­ter may be wan­ing but it’ll be back again before you know it. Moti­vate for spring turns or give your­self a gift to open next sea­son by tak­ing advan­tage of our mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on all things winter.

Save on:

Men’s & Wom­en’s Win­ter Out­er­wear: Get mas­sive sav­ings on Men’s and Wom­en’s jack­ets, pants, vests, & more.

Win­ter Acces­sories: Shop a huge selec­tion of hel­mets, hats, gloves, ski poles, & more from your favorite brands.

Boards & Skis: Save up for next year’s sea­son’s pass with incred­i­ble sav­ings on skis, snow­boards, & bind­ings from top brands.

PLUS… There’s still time to save on Mam­mut, Gib­bon Slack­lines, Ster­ling Rope, Ahnu, Hi-Tec, Camel­Bak, Pro­Bar, Detours, Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning, Wom­en’s Activewear, & Sunglasses.

In oth­er news…

Moun­tain Hop: Did you know? Like all things curi­ous and awe­some, the Brooks-Range rab­bit logo was inspired by a chance encounter with a stranger from the East. The sto­ry behind it goes a lit­tle some­thing like this: Founder Matt Brooks was climb­ing along­side a Russ­ian, look­ing to make con­ver­sa­tion, when he noticed his moun­tain com­pa­tri­ot was wear­ing a rab­bit pin. Either out of con­fu­sion or as a token of friend­ship, the Russ­ian climber end­ed up giv­ing him the pin. Lat­er, back at the office, the Brooks-Range team decid­ed to fea­ture the pin on some prod­uct as a lark. The inside joke turned into a mar­ket­ing win how­ev­er, as cus­tomers became attached, some going so far as to call in and express their con­cerns over rumors that the com­pa­ny might pull it. The folks at Brooks-Range laughed and shrugged their shoul­ders and the rab­bit became the new face of the com­pa­ny. That a funky trin­ket that passed hands on a moun­tain could come to rep­re­sent a major com­pa­ny by hap­pen­stance is just anoth­er rea­son why the out­door indus­try is awesome.

With deep roots in the world of snow­board­ing, Dub brings dis­tinc­tive style to the park, pipe and pow­der. Shop our selec­tion of unique Dub snow­boards at up to 60% off here.

Icon­ic skate shoes designed by authen­tic team rid­ers. ipath shoes are envi­ron­men­tal­ly con­scious, com­fort­able, and long-last­ing. Save up to 70% off when you shop now.

Ken­ny Reed of IPath — cour­tesy of

As the week comes to a close there’s still oppor­tu­ni­ties to score big with Oiselle run­ning appar­el, SIGMA SPORT acces­sories, Skull­can­dy head­phones, VONZIPPER gog­gles, Patag­o­nia footwear, Native eye­wear, Ninth­ward skis, KLYMIT out­er­wear, and Out­side Mag­a­zine subscriptions. 

And every­thing you buy will ship for free when you pur­chase an exclu­sive The Clymb tee, on sale here. 

If you’re look­ing for a vir­tu­al stock­ing stuffer, we’ve got e‑gift cards for the gear lover on your hol­i­day list. Choose from an assort­ment of incre­ments here. And if you have ques­tions about pur­chas­es or upcom­ing events, pop onto Face­book or Twit­ter and we’ll help you out.

I was try­ing to come up with some super fun­ny, did­n’t-see-it-com­ing, April Fool’s joke like, “Unlim­it­ed Free Ship­ping to Every­one Whose Name Starts With A, K, and T,” but I’d like to keep my job so, why don’t we get on with the event, shall we?

Three brands to take you guys into the weekend:

  • Gram­ic­ci appar­el for men and women. HUGE selec­tion at up to 50% off, here.
  • Snow­board­er extra­or­dinare, Jere­my Jones launched Jones Snow­boards to pro­vide you with the same high-per­form­ing expe­ri­ence he has every time he has rid­den the world’s wildest lines. We’re amped to offer Clymb mem­bers exclu­sive pric­ing on these qual­i­ty, durable snow­boards. Cruise the selec­tion of the 2011 Out­side Gear of the Year win­ning snow­boards, here.
  • And at up to 50% off, Lor­pen’s com­fort­able, durable, well-craft­ed, tech­ni­cal socks for what­ev­er your feet get into… or get you into. Shop Lor­pen here.

The deals above are exclu­sive­ly for Clymb mem­bers, but you can obtain an invite by vis­it­ing us on Twit­ter or Face­book. Or both if you’re not busy.