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VonZipper: Get a glimpse of the creative life through VonZipper goggles. Since 1999, this fast growing So-Cal company has become a hallmark of the independent lifestyle. Sponsoring athletes and artists, they’ve made their mark by supporting those who push creative boundaries. This spirit comes through in their goggles. We have a range of goggles and sunglasses to match your mindset: the Fishbowl, Sky Lab, and more. Take a look at this optimum collection, and see the slopes through a creative lens.
Native: When you call Native, Jeff Lenosky, holder of the World Record Bunny Hop (45.5 inches off the ground!) answers. Well, it’s a recording. But it’s still cool, which is what we’ve come to expect from the innovators of Native performance eyewear. Native eyewear is light, comfortable, and built tough enough to hold up through even the worst face plants. Pick up a pair today at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
Overland Equipment: Built tough with ballistic nylon and styled with contrasting colors, Overland Equipment bags are elegant pieces of nearly indestructible art. Bags this fine deserve to be filled with something classier than tissues, such as an Overland Equipment wallet. Lucky for you we’re selling both.
Outbound Snowshoes: The Canadian Rockies are a mountainous playground, and for over forty years the Vancouver-based Outbound has delivered a wide-range of camping products to help people explore them. By staying true to their camping roots, Outbound has expanded their product line to include a wide variety of camping products, including these snowshoes, while retaining their trademark authenticity.
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.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Hudson Anchors at Manhattan: Did you know?
On September 11th (that’s today!), 1609, the Dutch sailor Henry Hudson sailed his ship the Half Moon into the Upper Bay of Manhattan. Hudson was on a mission for the Dutch East India Trading Company to find a rumored passage through North America. He anchored in the bay near what would later be called Ellis Island, and journals from his crew revealed that they viewed the island of Manhattan and the surrounding landscape as inhospitable, filled with wild animals, poisonous snakes, mountains, and dense forests.