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

Colum­bia Footwear: The per­fect shoes don’t just help you explore, they actu­al­ly moti­vate you to get out­doors. Trans­form your feet into trail-tear­ing machines with the shoes and boots fea­tured in this collection.

Spot Brand: Focus­ing on qual­i­ty of design and engi­neer­ing, Spot Brand bikes strike a per­fect bal­ance between tech­nol­o­gy and time-test­ed designs. View the com­plete Rock­er sin­gle­speed avail­able here. 

Kaenon: Kaenon is a sun­glass­es brand found­ed by two broth­ers in 2001. Their deep roots in sail­ing led them to inno­vate lifestyle designs with polar­ized lens­es that help reduce glare from water.

SIGMA SPORT: Con­trol your train­ing reg­i­ments to hit tar­get­ed, quan­tifi­able goals with the SIGMA SPORT heart rate mon­i­tors in this col­lec­tion that are engi­neered for sport-spe­cif­ic performance.

Bore­al: This col­lec­tion of trekking footwear from Bore­al is Spain’s finest. Since 1975, the brand has con­stant­ly improved the sole and tread on which we walk, and rack­ing up awards to dec­o­rate their shelves.

Chums: Camp­ing in griz­zly coun­try with­out cordage to hang your food? Dumb. With the woven para­chute cord bracelets from Chums, for­get­ting is not an option. Fea­tur­ing bracelets and cara­bi­neer keychains. 

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

Spot Brand: Focus­ing on qual­i­ty of design and engi­neer­ing, Spot Brand bikes strike a per­fect bal­ance between tech­nol­o­gy and time-test­ed designs. Take a look at their Coy­ote fixed gear bike fea­tured here.

Eurosock: The ski socks in this col­lec­tion com­bine a per­for­mance-dri­ven approach with a com­fort­able feel by blend­ing Old World Ital­ian crafts­man­ship with mod­ern syn­thet­ics to knock your old socks off.

Soleus: Besides a good stare down, run­ning is the sim­plest form of sport. Soleus believes in mak­ing watch­es just as sim­ple, with intu­itive fea­tures such as big dig­its and light­weight mate­ri­als. Shop the selec­tion here.

Sus­tainU: Made in the U.S. using 100% recy­cled mate­ri­als, Sus­tainU appar­el is more than styl­ish; it’s a state­ment. This exclu­sive col­lec­tion is a pre­view offer­ing of the pro­gres­sive brand’s upcom­ing spring line.

Hon­ey Stinger: You’ll do what it takes to win, except for suck­ing down some sports ener­gy goop that looks like machine grease. Good thing Hon­ey Stinger makes deli­cious, all-nat­ur­al pure ener­gy products.

Zoic: You love to ride but don’t want techy gear to define your style. That’s how ZOIC feels. They’ve devel­oped casu­al tech­ni­cal appar­el so you can look good how­ev­er you roll, on your bike or off.

Gift of Gear For Him: Whether he’s a back­pack­er, a fish­er­man, or a week­end war­rior, you can find the per­fect gear for the out­doors­man in your life here. Fea­tur­ing top brands like Wool­rich, SOG, Ross, and more.

Gifts For Her: They say the key to a woman’s heart is to show her you care and to keep her warm. Accom­plish both for your favorite out­door­swoman with these cozy slip­pers, scarves, down jack­ets, and more.

Gifts For Kids: Pre­pare your kids for a life out­doors by get­ting them out ear­ly and often. The boots, sleep­ing bags, and bug­gies in this col­lec­tion will help your lit­tle adven­tur­er stay com­fort­able and hap­py outdoors.

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:






Spot Brand: Focus­ing on qual­i­ty of design and engi­neer­ing has allowed Spot Brand to build bikes that turn rid­ers into addicts, and rac­ers into win­ners. Strik­ing a per­fect bal­ance between tech­nol­o­gy and time-test­ed designs, Spot makes sure that once you are in the sad­dle you can sit back and enjoy the ride. View our col­lec­tion of awe-inspir­ing frames and com­pletes here.





VDO: VDO cycle com­put­ers have been help­ing num­ber junkies get their fix since 1999. Whether you’re train­ing for a grand tour or log­ging your dai­ly com­mute, these devices put the stats you crave right in front of you as you ham­mer that nasty climb. View our col­lec­tion here.






Club Ride: Test­ed on the rugged moun­tain trails of south­ern Ida­ho, Club Ride’s tech­ni­cal, ver­sa­tile, and con­tem­po­rary designs are built to be com­fort­able and styl­ish on and off the bike. The brand uti­lizes tech­ni­cal fab­rics that are inline with their low car­bon imprint phi­los­o­phy and hopes to inspire you to get out and ride more often with cloth­ing that is com­fy and func­tion­al both dur­ing and after the ride. Click through now!






Jett Cycling: Do you dream of dis­cov­er­ing the biggest drops and of explor­ing sin­gle-track that stretch­es end­less­ly? Well, so do the folks at Jett. And if that moun­tain bike Shangri La does exist, the gear they build will allow them to nev­er leave. Inspired designs dri­ven by inno­va­tion, Jett is ded­i­cat­ed to devel­op­ing rid­er-proven moun­tain bike gear that per­forms like a dream. This sale fea­tures jer­sey’s, shorts, elbow, shin and knee guards, and more at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.





Cycling Gear: Get mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on every­thing you need to out­fit you and your ride. This col­lec­tion fea­tures hel­mets, pan­niers, sad­dles, lights, bar tape, seat posts, stems, ped­als, road shoes, and more.






Fall Cycling: Gear up up for a seri­ous road ride with this com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion of jer­seys, gloves, jack­ets and more. This com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion fea­tures top brands includ­ing Castel­li, GORE, Giro, and more.


Feels Like The First Time: Did you know? On Sep­tem­ber 13 (that’s today!), 2011, Bangladeshi moun­taineer and pro­fes­sion­al jour­nal­ist Musa Ibrahim stood atop the fourth high­est moun­tain in the world, Mount Kil­i­man­jaro in Tan­za­nia, Africa. Bangladesh, whose pri­ma­ry nation­al sport­ing pas­time is crick­et, is not well known for pump­ing out high-alti­tude moun­taineers. That did­n’t stop Ibrahim, who went on to become the first Bangladeshi to reach the sum­mit of Mount Ever­est in 2010.