Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Stroke Pad­dle­boards: Easy to learn and a fun chal­lenge to tru­ly mas­ter, stand-up pad­dle­board­ing is fast becom­ing the most pop­u­lar sum­mer activ­i­ty. Stroke pad­dle­boards are built with a rock­er pro­file for surf­ing and the sta­bil­i­ty for tour­ing on flat water, mak­ing them the per­fect crossover boards. All boards include car­bon fiber pad­dles. Click through now to check out some tru­ly beau­ti­ful SUPs.

ExOf­fi­cio: ExOf­fi­cio estab­lished itself in the late 1980s with a prod­uct that fea­tured the func­tion­al­i­ty of a fly-fish­ing vest and the con­struc­tion of a dress shirt. The award-win­ning leader in inno­v­a­tive tech­ni­cal appar­el con­tin­ues to cre­ate dynam­ic prod­ucts that are as fit for the office as they are for the out­doors. Click through now to shop a brand whose prod­uct is more than meets the eye.

Drag­on: Founder Will Howard breathed the fire of life into Drag­on in a garage in Capo Beach, CA in 1993. Drag­on sun­glass­es fea­ture a com­bi­na­tion of styl­ish, inde­pen­dent design and rugged build that stems from Howard’s pas­sion for action sports. Free your inner myth­i­cal beast by wear­ing Drag­on sun­glass­es, avail­able today on The Clymb for mem­ber- exclu­sive pricing.

Wom­en’s Swimwear: Sup­port and com­fort meet style and pre­mi­um tech­ni­cal design in this col­lec­tion of wom­en’s swimwear by Bill­abong and Lolë. Fea­tur­ing tops, bot­toms, and coverups. Don’t miss out on your chance to land a great new swim­suit at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

CW‑X: Design­ing lin­gerie is one of the most spe­cial­ized jobs in the appar­el indus­try. Which is why most brands that make ath­let­ic wear out­source work on their sup­port bras to inti­mate appar­el com­pa­nies. CW‑X is crème-de-la-crème ath­let­ic wear pro­duced by Wacoal, the world’s largest man­u­fac­tur­er of inti­mate appar­el. The com­pa­ny applies its sci­en­tif­ic knowl­edge of the human anato­my with its expe­ri­ence in com­plex fab­ri­ca­tions and appar­el design to cre­ate pre­mi­um ath­let­ic wear that fits like a dream. Click through to check out our col­lec­tion of CW‑X Men’s and Wom­en’s ath­let­ic wear.

Salomon: The mighty Dolomite Moun­tain region in north­ern Italy is a renowned alpine mec­ca for skiers, moun­tain bik­ers, BASE jumpers, hik­ers, climbers, and peak-peep­ers of all shapes and sizes. But it’s also known for some­thing else: socks. Salomon per­for­mance socks are designed and knit­ted in the Dolomites, where test­ing prod­uct is as fun as it is pro­duc­tive. Today on The Clymb we’re hap­py to offer a lit­tle taste of out­door Italy, with Salomon Men’s and Women’s per­for­mance run, bike and snow socks, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Fish­ing on the Fly: 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.


Canada’s Lewis (and Clark): Did you know? Though you may have nev­er heard of him, Scot­tish explor­er Sir Alexan­der Macken­zie is big in Cana­da: Like Keanu Reeves meets Wayne Gret­zky big. In 1793, the explor­er suc­cess­ful­ly com­plet­ed his over­land cross­ing of Cana­da to reach the Pacif­ic Ocean, mak­ing him the first Euro­pean to make the east-west trip across North Amer­i­ca north of Mex­i­co. His jour­ney pre­dat­ed the Lewis and Clark expe­di­tion by 10 years. But he was­n’t always suc­cess­ful. On July 10 (that’s today!), 1789, Macken­zie and his crew of explor­ers (which includ­ed First Nations nav­i­ga­tors and his wife) first pad­dled their birch bark canoes into what is now known as the Macken­zie Riv­er. The water­way proved to be an effi­cient new route to the Arc­tic Ocean. How­ev­er, Macken­zie was so frus­trat­ed that it did­n’t lead to the Pacif­ic Ocean he chris­tened it, “Dis­ap­point­ment River.”