Clymbers! Not to brag or anything but we’ve got Ibex, we’ve got Ibex, we’ve got Ibex! Sorry. Sometimes we just, you know, we get excited. Merino wool cycling and lifestyle apparel from Ibex has that effect on us—especially when it’s coupled with Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT) innovative and stylish blades and tools. Click through while you can. The items in today’s event are going to go fast.
Here’s what we’re adding to the menu today:
Ibex: Have you ever shuddered after discovering an old photo of yourself wearing a starter jacket? Merino wool gets that same shudder when it looks at your Grandpa’s scratchy old wool socks. Silky-soft, all-natural, antimicrobial (meaning it won’t stink), Ibex Merino wool apparel eases the heartache of retiring your old wool gear to the rag box. Merino. Remember that. What else would Ibex use to weave the future of active apparel? Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on Men’s and Women’s Ibex cycling and lifestyle apparel.
CRKT: How sharp does your blade look? Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT) utilizes noted designers to create stylish, innovative equipment that exceeds the demands of professional users. Behold CRKT’s beautiful blades and our even sharper insider pricing.
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IN OTHER NEWS:
The Ibex Climbeth: Did you know? Natural mountaineers from the day they’re born, Alpine ibex dwell on precipitous ledges between 5,900–10,800 feet in the European Alps. Male Alpine ibex horns grow up to five feet in length, which has long made the animal a target for poachers and big-game hunting European royalty. Hunted nearly to extinction by the early nineteenth century, the Alpine ibex became the face of some of the world’s earliest wildlife conservation efforts. In 1919, Italian king Vittorio Emanuele III donated his royal ibex hunting reserves to the state in order to create Italy’s first national park: the Gran Paradiso National Park. It worked. Today there are over 40,000 Alpine ibex roaming the Alps.