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

GU: On mile 20, all those train­ing hours don’t mean a thing unless you have ener­gy. Join the legions of ath­letes who trust GU to give them a quick burst when they need it the most.

Ker­shaw: Metic­u­lous­ly craft­ed, Ker­shaw’s high-end blades are built using rev­o­lu­tion­ary sus­tain­able man­u­fac­tur­ing tech­niques such as recy­cling and reusing mate­ri­als, includ­ing oil, coolant, and steel.

STRAFE Out­er­wear: Mod­ern life is filled with dis­trac­tions, jobs, rela­tion­ships, and respon­si­bil­i­ties. Seek sim­plic­i­ty through ski­ing with STRAFE Out­er­wear. Fea­tur­ing jack­ets and pants. 

Loe­ka: Loco is Span­ish for “crazy.” Loka is Hin­di for “world.” Com­bine these two and you have Loe­ka, the soul­ful brand that designs cycling appar­el fit for women in this crazy world. Fea­tur­ing syn­thet­ic shirts and more.

Men’s Beach Break: Flip into the surf, bust an air off a sand dune, or just chase a dog until you both col­lapse pant­i­ng in the sand. There’s no release quite like the beach. Browse this col­lec­tion to pre­pare for it.

Wom­en’s Beach Break: Work is done and you’re off to the coast to chase the waves, climb the rocks, and to spin cart­wheels in the sand. Out­fit your­self in these cute styles from prAna, Bill­abong, Arbor, and more.

Tech­ni­cal Back­packs: Whether you’re a top-loader or a side-stuffer, a liter-lug­ger or a min­i­mal­ist, this col­lec­tion includes the pack for you. Fea­tur­ing tech­ni­cal day and mul­ti-day packs by Gre­go­ry, Kel­ty, and more.

 

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

Som­brio: When founder Dave Wat­son road-gapped a pelo­ton on his down­hill bike in the 2005 Tour de France, he did more than make a statement—he took a HUGE dig­ger. The tough appar­el he wears is fea­tured here.

Camel­Bak: Camels devel­oped water drom­e­daries three mil­lion years ago. Humans fig­ured it out in 1988. Drink up evo­lu­tion­ary progress with the Camel­Bak hydra­tion packs and bot­tles fea­tured in this col­lec­tion. 

COMUNE: COMUNE’s aes­thet­ic reflects a lifestyle of care­free ide­al­ism. Click through to shop our col­lec­tion of the edgy brand’s fash­ion­able lifestyle appar­el. Fea­tur­ing tees, sweat­shirts, hats, and more.

Sher­pa Adven­ture Gear: Sher­pa Adven­ture Gear spon­sors and cel­e­brates the best and often most under­ap­pre­ci­at­ed high-alti­tude climbers in the world: the Sher­pas. Fea­tur­ing insu­lat­ed, wind­proof jack­ets and more.

STRAFE: Mod­ern life is filled with dis­trac­tions, jobs, rela­tion­ships, and respon­si­bil­i­ties. Seek sim­plic­i­ty through ski­ing with STRAFE Out­er­wear. Fea­tur­ing jack­ets and pants.

The Com­plete Cyclist: Whether you’re jump­ing bar­ri­ers at Cyclocross, draft­ing the leader in a pelo­ton, or com­mut­ing to work on two wheels, this assort­ment of cycling appar­el will deliv­er next-lev­el performance.

Men’s Fall Style: You’ve raked the leaves into a mas­sive pile. Now, all you can think is: Can­non­ball. Jump into fall with these hood­ies and long sleeves by top brands like Oak­ley, Air­blaster, and more. 

Long­boards: You’re bomb­ing down­hill faster than you’ve ever gone before. The world fades into a blur when, deer! Turn on a dime with these respon­sive long­board decks from Gold­coast and Sector‑9.

IN OTHER NEWS

“Dr. Liv­ing­stone, I pre­sume?” Did you know? On Octo­ber 27th (that’s today!), 1871, Hen­ry Mor­ton Stan­ley final­ly found Dr. David Liv­ingston, a Scot­tish mis­sion­ary who had dis­ap­peared for six years in the African inte­ri­or. After com­plet­ing his assign­ment for the church, Liv­ingston ambi­tious­ly set out to dis­cov­er the source of the Nile Riv­er. His mis­sion went awry in Uji­ji, Tan­za­nia where his sup­plies were stolen, and in ill­ness, he van­ished. The Amer­i­can jour­nal­ist Hen­ry Stan­ley couldn’t let this intrigu­ing sto­ry die, so he set on a jour­ney of his own from Zanz­ibar to find Liv­ingston. When Stan­ley saw the Cau­casian man stand­ing among Arab slave traders in Uji­ji, he walked up to him and deliv­ered his famous greet­ing, “Dr. Liv­ing­stone, I presume?”