Gib­bon Slacklines

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

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.

Bill­abong Men’s: In the 1980s, Bill­abong went inter­na­tion­al, licens­ing its prod­ucts to like-mind­ed com­pa­nies includ­ing Hur­ley Surf­boards. This col­lec­tion fea­tures shorts, tees, tanks, pants, hood­ies, belts, and more.

Bill­abong Wom­en’s: Bill­abong HQ fea­tures a Poly­ne­sian-style show­room with the most diverse col­lec­tion of their prod­ucts in the world. Click through to shop Bill­abong biki­nis, tanks, beach bags, san­dals, and more.

Bill­abong Boys’: Over the years, Bill­abong has spon­sored some of the world’s lead­ing surfers, includ­ing Marc Occhilupo, Joe Engel, and Luke Egan. This col­lec­tion fea­tures tees, shorts, and pants.

Gib­bon Slack­lines: Just because you string a line between some boul­ders then try to walk across it peo­ple say you’re imbal­anced. They couldn’t be more wrong. Whether you slack between trees or rocks, over grass or the open ocean, Gib­bon has the line for you. New to the sport? The com­pa­ny also offers instruc­tion­al media to help you get start­ed. Sum­mer is almost here. What are you wait­ing for? Today we’re offer­ing mem­bers exclu­sive pric­ing on a large selec­tion of Gib­bon lines, slack­packs, tree pro­tec­tors, instruc­tion­al books and DVDs, and more!

Clymb Tees: Clymb Tees are back by pop­u­lar demand! Pick one up and we’ll SHIP YOUR ENTIRE ORDER FOR FREE. And to just come right out and say it: We’d love to see how we look on you. Post a pho­to on Face­book and tag The Clymb. It makes us feel spe­cial to see you rock­ing our gear. Don’t wait too long. Our tees tend to sell out quickly.

 

STILL AVAILABLE: Arbor, Out­side Mag­a­zine, Rise Bar, Green­lay­er, Skull­can­dy, Li-Ning, and more!

IN OTHER NEWS:

Beyond the Bil­la: Did you know? Like many surfers, Aus­tralian wave-chas­ing board shaper Gor­don Mer­chant was inspired by the ocean. And his ideas would influ­ence the future of the sport and sur­round­ing indus­try for­ev­er. While liv­ing in a surf Mec­ca on the Gold Coast, Mer­chant found­ed a lit­tle board shorts brand called Bill­abong. His dirt-bag busi­ness, strange­ly named for an Oxbow-style lake, was des­tined to become syn­ony­mous with surf­ing. Oh, and he’s also cred­it­ed with invent­ing the first leg ropes. Be sure to check out our col­lec­tions of surf gear and surf-inspired appar­el by the influ­en­tial brand.

June 1st and sum­mer’s on my mind: longer days, lighter meals, sun-kissed water, cit­rus, and the smell of coconut. Today’s brand events put me in a sum­mer mood, too.

Over a decade ago, San­ta Cruz Surf­boards began per­fect­ing their Pow­erl­tye tech­nol­o­gy, going direct­ly to the pros and incor­po­rat­ing their feed­back to design boards that encom­pass Extra Speed, Ultra-Light and Super Strong. Clymb mem­bers will receive exclu­sive-mem­ber sav­ings on San­ta Cruz Pump­kin Seed Surf­boards. Check out the cream of the crop here.

 

Pho­to cour­tesy of San­ta Cruz Surfboards

Nev­er Estab­lished, Always Evolv­ing: Impe­r­i­al Motion is a lifestyle brand based off tak­ing your “what ifs” and turn­ing them into actions, liv­ing your dreams, embrac­ing change and mov­ing for­ward. Or side­ways. What­ev­er. Just keep it mov­ing. We want you to get mov­ing in a selec­tion of Impe­r­i­al Motion appar­el and acces­sories. So much so, we’re giv­ing mem­bers up to 60% off items like Ryan Bub­nis or Adam Jack­son designed tees, board­shorts  and per­fect-fit hats. Browse the selec­tion here.

And to com­ple­ment your surf­board, DAKINE: Surf gear and acces­sories for men, women, and kids at up to 50% off. Shop items like the Wom­en’s Neo Insu­la­tor Long Sleeve Rash­guard and the Aero Rack Pad here.

I’m around Face­book and Twit­ter, avail­able to answer ques­tions and give out mem­ber­ships to The Clymb.

Check out this video from Impe­r­i­al Motion TV: