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

Brun­ton: In 1894, Brun­ton cre­at­ed a pock­et com­pass that freed out­doors­men from bulky equip­ment. See how they con­tin­ue to inno­vate in our col­lec­tion of binoc­u­lars, tripods, and more.

Cushe: Slip­ping your foot into a Cushe is trans­for­ma­tive in the same way get­ting into a bathrobe can be trans­for­ma­tive: once it’s on, all your trou­bles seem to melt into the back­ground of comfort.

Primus: Dur­ing the Hero­ic Age of Arc­tic Explo­ration, two Scan­di­na­vian inven­tors devel­oped a pack­able, soot-free stove to aid explor­ers in their con­quests. Lib­er­ate your­self with the stoves fea­tured here.

LAS Hel­mets: This Ital­ian brand makes the pre­ferred hel­met for those who prize sleek, aero­dy­nam­ic design and unpar­al­leled struc­tur­al integri­ty. Fea­tur­ing race and cycling helmets.

Per­for­mance Socks: The best socks are like a good dog. They stay where they’re told, keep your feet warm, and smell appro­pri­ate­ly enough for an invi­ta­tion indoors. Throw your feet a bone with the socks in this collection.

Knife & Tool: Need to whit­tle an extra tent stake, open a can of beans, or defend your­self against a snarling lion? Now you can solve any num­ber of back­coun­try prob­lems with a knife or mul­ti-tool from this col­lec­tion.

 

Mem­bers, check out what’s on the menu for today:

 

 

 

 

adi­das Out­door: adi­das has come a long way since 1949, when founder Adi Dassler reg­is­tered the com­pa­ny under its first offi­cial name, “Adolf Dassler adi­das Sports­chuh­fab­rik.” Today, adi­das is a glob­al­ly rec­og­nized name in sports­wear, design­ing spe­cial­ty per­for­mance prod­ucts for almost every game peo­ple play. Shop a selec­tion of adi­das Out­door out­wear for men and women.

 

 

 

 

 

Louis Gar­neau: In 1983, in his father’s garage, Louis Gar­neau began man­u­fac­tur­ing his first cycling clothes. 25 years lat­er the brand has become an indus­try leader that spe­cial­izes in the design and devel­op­ment of tech­no­log­i­cal and inno­v­a­tive cycling gear for the com­pet­i­tive rac­er or the recre­ation­al rid­er. Shop men’s and wom­en’s cycling apparel.

 

 

 

 

 

Ter­ra­mar: If you fol­low the Old Silk Road it leads to Ter­ra­mar. Silk is their foun­da­tion, but they’ve eased off the worm to make per­for­mance base lay­ers that weave syn­thet­ic and nat­ur­al fibers. The result: mois­ture-wick­ing, light­weight badassery. Dis­cov­er the off­spring of Moth­er Nature and Father Indus­try with the base lay­ers in this col­lec­tion.

 

 

 

 

TREW: Where func­tion meets fash­ion, you’ll find TREW. Based amidst the Cas­cade Moun­tains in Hood Riv­er, Ore­gon, the young, design-dri­ven com­pa­ny remains con­nect­ed to the core of moun­tain rid­ing. Blend­ing tech­ni­cal out­er­wear with pro­gres­sive styles, you’ll find all of their prod­ucts reflect­ing the cre­ativ­i­ty that life on snow inspires.

 

 

 

 

Knife & Tool: Angus Mac­Gyver (You did­n’t know Angus was his first name, did you?) would­n’t need much more than a shoelace and a jar of vine­gar to make him­self a palace of the woods. The rest of us should bring along a mul­ti-tool or knife, just in case. Find what you need to make camp or escape prison here.

 

 

Nikwax

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

CytoSport: You should strug­gle to achieve your fit­ness goals, not to choke down your fuel. Mak­ers of pop­u­lar nutri­tion­al prod­ucts such as Cytomax and Mus­cle Milk, CytoSport is the lead­ing name in ath­let­ic per­for­mance fuel. Pop­u­lar for a rea­son, their prod­ucts taste good and they work! Click through to check out our selection.

Nikwax: Out­door gear falls into one of two cat­e­gories: brand spankin’ new or dirty. And if it’s not water­proof you can often change the sec­ond cat­e­go­ry to just plain rank. Do your­self a favor and pick up a bot­tle of Nikwax clean­ing and water­proof­ing prod­ucts before it’s too late.

Tri Sup­plies: The gun fires. Ahead lies the course: some 25 kilo­me­ters of pain that must be over­come by foot and arm and bike. Behind, the com­pe­ti­tion is clos­ing the gap. Maybe it wasn’t such a good deci­sion to wear a track­suit. Don’t let night­mare gear turn into a rude wake­up call in the midst of a race. Click through now to pick up your dream gear before it’s all gone.

Knife & Tool: Angus Mac­Gyver (You did­n’t know Angus was his first name, did you?) would­n’t need much more than a shoelace and a jar of vine­gar to make him­self a palace of the woods. The rest of us should bring along a mul­ti-tool or knife, just in case. Find what you need to make camp or escape prison here.

DVS: DVS prod­ucts are a hybrid of per­for­mance and style that are designed to look good and sus­tain rough use. Though it caters to the breadth of the board­sport world, the com­pa­ny still stands by its orig­i­nal mantra: made for skaters, by skaters. Click through now!

ALSO AVAILABLE: Aven­tu­ra, SKORA, Unit­ed by Blue, & More

IN OTHER NEWS:

Mac the Knife: Did you know? Tele­vi­sion’s most awe­some chemist, Angus Mac­Gyver, knew how to do a lot with a lit­tle. That’s why the Depart­ment of Exter­nal Ser­vices hired him as a top-lev­el secret agent. But he did­n’t defuse ter­ror­ist bombs and escape count­less locked rooms all on his own. Over the years, Mac­gyver car­ried var­i­ous mod­els of both Vic­tori­nox and Wenger mul­ti tools. The knife seen in the open­ing of each episode is a Wenger. In many parts of Europe and South­east Asia, mul­ti-tools or Swiss Army knives are often referred to and mar­ket­ed as ‘Mac­gyver Knives.’

Just as pre­cious as your tech­ni­cal gear (skis, snow­boards, bikes, etc.) are the tools you use to cap­ture every breath­tak­ing moment of your out­door adven­tures. Lowe­pro has been per­fect­ing the spe­cial­i­ty car­ry­ing case since 1967. That’s many years of design­ing and pro­duc­ing the most func­tion­al and durable cam­era car­ri­ers, lens cas­es, and mem­o­ry hold­ers around. Pro­tect your pre­cious moments with Lowe­pro at up to 75% off now.

 

 

 

Also, save up to 55% on SOG and Tool Log­ic knives and be pre­pared for what­ev­er comes your way. For inno­va­tion and high qual­i­ty cut­ting tools, look no fur­ther. Mem­bers can shop this exclu­sive event here.

Final­ly, you don’t have to sac­ri­fice meals that taste great because you’re camp­ing or back­pack­ing. Cole­man Meals are fill­ing, tasty, and has­sle-free. Get your nom on at up to 50% off, just for being a member.

Don’t for­get: It’s Wednes­day, the best day ever to shop The Clymb because in addi­tion to today’s events above, we’ve still got great deals on our ear­li­er events with Cushe, Wool­rich, New Bal­ance, and Sport Sci­ence.

You still have till Novem­ber 15th to send me your pho­tos rock­ing your Clymb t‑shirt. After that time, we’re ran­dom­ly select­ing win­ning pho­tos to receive $10, $20, $50, and even a $500 cred­it to The Clymb. (Pssst: So far, all the entries have been from men save one. Come on, ladies!) There’s more info on our Face­book page. And check out yes­ter­day’s blog to see how the men of The Clymb are doing going into week two of Movember.