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

Lib­er­ty Bot­tle­works: Lib­er­ty defines our Amer­i­can her­itage. They build their bot­tles in the Unit­ed States and employ indi­vid­ual artists to cre­ate unique designs. Join the tra­di­tion with an Amer­i­can orig­i­nal here. 

Lite­speed: Born from hum­ble begin­nings in 1986, Lite­speed crafts state-of-the-art tita­ni­um and car­bon frames that are built to be strong and light. Click through to shop stun­ning frames and com­plete bicycles.

Mile High Moun­taineer­ing: You’re pack­ing for a 3‑day float when you dis­cov­er your over­sized sleep­ing bag and your gear smor­gas­bord won’t fit in the dry bag. Get orga­nized with the com­pres­sion sacks and dry­loc bags fea­tured here. 

 

Yog­a­Rat: Yogis should stretch their backs not their bank accounts, which is why Yog­a­Rat offers its pre­mi­um yoga acces­sories at afford­able prices. Help keep your chakras aligned with these mats, tow­els, and more.

Shred Ready: Stub­born­ness can get you through tough odds, but no mat­ter how hard of a head you’ve got, it’s not going to pro­tect you when you fall. This col­lec­tion of hel­mets from Shred Ready will do the trick. 

Men’s Essen­tials: That time between train­ing rides, marathons, and sum­mit bids is the rest of your life. Don’t let it catch you with your pants down. Equip your­self with these belts, watch­es, bags, and more.

 

Wom­en’s Out­door Appar­el: Fash­ion­istas don’t want to see your mud­dy plaid on their glitzy run­ways. That’s okay. You don’t want to see their Louis Vuit­ton stilet­tos on your trail. Shop styl­ish out­door appar­el here.

The Young Explor­er: Kids shoes and clothes have to endure every­thing from mud and grass stains to the slime of a cap­tured slug. This col­lec­tion is designed to stand up to what­ev­er abus­es your young explor­ers dish out.

 

STILL AVAILABLE: Camel­Bak, Sher­pa Adven­ture Gear, COMUNE appar­el, STRAFE Out­er­wear, Som­brio cycle appar­el, & more! 

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Human Ante­lope: Did you know? On Octo­ber 28th (that’s today!), 1978, Don Ritchie, who is large­ly con­sid­ered one of the best ultra-long dis­tance run­ners of all time, broke the 100km record. And no, it’s not because no one had ever run that far before. He set the record in London’s Crys­tal Palace where he ran 100km in the record time of six hours, ten min­utes, and 20 sec­onds. That’s less than six min­utes a mile! This phe­nom­e­nal record last­ed for 25 years.

The spir­it of Ele­ment Eden is cap­tured not only in the envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly mate­ri­als and fine details of their wom­en’s appar­el, but also in their Eden Advo­cate pro­gram. Eden Advo­cates are a col­lec­tion of cre­ative vision­ary women, from artists to human­i­tar­i­ans, who inspire and are social­ly conscious.

Advo­cates like Amy Pur­dy who, after los­ing her legs, kid­neys, and spleen to a dev­as­tat­ing rare dis­ease, con­tin­ues to snow­board and share her sto­ry of sur­vival to oth­ers through her non-prof­it, Adap­tive Action Sports.

Today, we’re proud to fea­ture Ele­ment Eden’s lifestyle appar­el for women, and in the spirt of their Live, Learn, Grow line, we want to know what one life expe­ri­ence has helped you live, learn, and grow. Tell us on Face­book or Twit­ter, in 140 char­ac­ters or less.

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Brun­ton: In 1894, D.W. Brun­ton cre­at­ed the Pock­et Tran­sit: a com­pact, pre­ci­sion com­pass that freed out­doors­men from the bulky equip­ment of the time. Over a cen­tu­ry lat­er, the com­pa­ny con­tin­ues to push the bound­aries of out­door tech­nol­o­gy. Click through now for insid­er prices on Brun­ton com­pass­es, back­coun­try solar-pow­er sys­tems, and more.

Toes on the Nose: With clean & clas­sic design meant to reflect the sim­plic­i­ty of ear­li­er times, Toes on the Nose surf appar­el reflects the his­to­ry and soul of surf­ing. The com­pa­ny takes its name from an old col­umn in Surfer Quar­ter­ly mag­a­zine. Make your old clothes his­to­ry with Men’s appar­el from Toes on the Nose; avail­able now at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Wom­en’s Sum­mer Appar­el: Sun on the shoul­ders. Blades of grass between the toes. Hot rock beneath the fin­ger­tips. Sum­mer man­i­fests itself in so many ways. Soak in the sea­son com­fort­ably with play­ful dress­es, skirts, tanks and more. Fea­tur­ing Aven­tu­ra, El Nat­u­ral­ista, and more. Click through now.

ALSO AVAILABLE: Stroke Pad­dle­boards, ExOf­fi­cio Appar­el, Drag­on Sun­glass­es, Women’s Swimwear, & More

IN OTHER NEWS:

Arc­tic Bal­loon Fail: Did you know? On July 11 (that’s today!), 1897, Swedish engi­neer-turned aero­naut and polar explor­er Salomon August Andrée set out in a hydro­gen bal­loon of his own design to reach the Geo­graph­ic North Pole. He did­n’t make it. Dur­ing lift-off, the bal­loon lost two of the three slid­ing ropes that the expe­di­tion planned to use to land safe­ly. Then came the storm. Ten miles into the expe­di­tion, Andrée and his two com­pan­ions were forced to hun­ker in the bal­loon’s bas­ket as hor­rif­ic winds rav­aged their con­trap­tion from all sides. After near­ly 300 miles of freez­ing flight with over 65 hours in the air, the team was forced onto the ice, where they some­what mirac­u­lous­ly land­ed The Eagle (the name of their bal­loon) with lit­tle dam­age. The expe­di­tion then attempt­ed to push on by foot, drag­ging sledges full of sup­plies and shoot­ing the occa­sion­al polar bear for food. None of the men sur­vived to reach the pole. His­to­ri­ans believe the explor­ers died from ingest­ing polar bear flesh crawl­ing with par­a­sites. Andrée’s cam­paign, though a source of nation­al­is­tic pride at the time, is now used as an exam­ple of one of those mis­sions that was so doomed from the begin­ning it nev­er should have been attempt­ed. What would you do?

Unit­ed By Blue

 

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Aven­tu­ra: Head­quar­tered in Cal­i­for­ni­a’s Sier­ra Neva­da, Aven­tu­ra cre­ates sus­tain­able lifestyle appar­el inspired by adven­tur­ous women. Over 80 per­cent of the Aven­tu­ra line is made using envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly fab­rics like organ­ic cot­ton, bam­boo, and recy­cled poly­ester. Click through now to explore our col­lec­tion of Wom­en’s Aven­tu­ra dress­es, skirts, tanks, and more.

SKORA: SKORA devel­ops beau­ti­ful run­ning shoes that allow the human body to func­tion as nat­u­ral­ly and effi­cient­ly as pos­si­ble. The pre­mi­um brand’s footwear offers a wider, anatom­i­cal­ly cor­rect toe­box and fea­tures nat­u­ral­ly durable and breath­able mate­r­i­al such as goatskin leather. Don’t miss this unique oppor­tu­ni­ty to score a pair of SKORA run­ning shoes at insid­er pric­ing. These shoes real­ly are pieces of art.

Unit­ed by Blue: Rec­og­niz­ing the ocean as the ulti­mate play­ground is one thing. Keep­ing it fit for play is anoth­er. Which is why, for every prod­uct sold, Unit­ed by Blue phys­i­cal­ly removes one pound of trash from oceans and water­ways through com­pa­ny-host­ed cleanups. Click through now for your oppor­tu­ni­ty to sport and sup­port a brand that’s out doing the right thing.

ALSO AVAILABLE: Saucony Run­ning, LOOPTWORKS, Stonewear Designs, FREE SHIPPING, & More

IN OTHER NEWS:

Deep Blue Blues: Did you know? — More than 14 bil­lion pounds of trash end up in our oceans every year. Near­ly 80% of this pol­lu­tion is land based, which means an out-of-site, out-of-mind men­tal­i­ty is destroy­ing one of our favorite play­grounds. Unit­ed By Blue, whose surf and out­door-inspired tees we’re fea­tur­ing today on The Clymb, is not only a leader in sus­tain­able lifestyle appar­el, they’re also pas­sion­ate advo­cates for clean­er oceans. And they put their mon­ey where their mouths are: For every 100% organ­ic shirt they sell, the com­pa­ny pledges to remove one pound of trash from oceans and water­ways around the world. We’re excit­ed to be fea­tur­ing the envi­ron­men­tal­ly con­scious brand’s tees today.

SOG

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

SOG: A knife is an essen­tial tool for back­pack­ing and camp­ing adven­tures; a throw­ing axe just makes them more fun. Be pre­pared to trim guy lines, slice a kiel­basa, or slay an ogre with sharp things from SOG, on sale now at The Clymb for up to 55% off retail. Today, we are extreme­ly hap­py to be offer­ing an assort­ment of SOG prod­ucts, includ­ing, knives, saws, and yes, throw­ing axes. Act now! (Band-Aids sold separately.)

Wright­sock: The Wright­sock dou­ble lay­er anti-blis­ter sys­tem allows you to beat your feet with­out wor­ry­ing about them tak­ing painful, bub­bly revenge. The fric­tion and shear­ing forces cre­at­ed by rig­or­ous activ­i­ty are absorbed by the inter­ac­tion between the lay­ers of the sock instead of being passed on to the out­er lay­ers of the skin. You should be pop­ping the caps off cel­e­bra­to­ry beers when you fin­ish hik­ing, not pop­ping blis­ters. Click through now for the ulti­mate in com­fort­able foot protection.

Men’s Cycling Appar­el: Gear up to rage the road or dom­i­nate the down­hill with this dis­ci­pline-defy­ing col­lec­tion of cycling appar­el by Canari, Ibex, DAKINE, and more. Click through now!

Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el: Sub­ju­gate the streets or sin­gle­track in some­thing from this women-spe­cif­ic col­lec­tion of fem­i­nine­ly styled per­for­mance cycling shorts, jer­seys, jack­ets, and more by cat­e­go­ry-lead­ing brands, includ­ing Ice­break­er, Canari, and Show­er’s Pass. Mem­bers, click through now for insid­er deals.

Men’s Shorts, Shirts, and Tees: Style meets ver­sa­til­i­ty in our col­lec­tion of board and lifestyle shorts, tees, and short and long-sleeved but­ton-ups by Colum­bia, Bill­abong, and more. Sun’s comin’. Don’t miss out on these huge sav­ings! 

Wom­en’s Sum­mer Wear: The sea­son of freck­les, sun-kissed shoul­ders, and pic­nics in the grass is fast approach­ing. Find some­thing to enjoy it in from our col­lec­tion of sum­mer appar­el by Hur­ley, prAna, Aven­tu­ra, and more. 

Men’s Footwear: An ongo­ing col­lec­tion now fea­tur­ing new items from KEEN, Ocean Mind­ed, Free­wa­ters, and more.

Wom­en’s Footwear: An ongo­ing col­lec­tion now fea­tur­ing new items from Vasque, Patag­o­nia, Teva, and more.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Fjall­raven, Green Guru, Tight­en Your Line, Tool Log­ic, Yoga Fit, Cycling Acces­sories, & More.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Axe Me Again, For the First Time: Did you know? SOG makes a mean tom­a­hawk. And we’re sell­ing it right now. One of the most obvi­ous ben­e­fits to hav­ing a tom­a­hawk is throw­ing it into things. But how? Accord­ing to artofmanliness.com, you grip the ‘hawk’ as if shak­ing some­one’s hand. Then you swing your throw­ing arm down by your side. Once the head pass­es your leg, you swing your arm back up spring-style until the blade is behind your head, at which point you fire your arm for­ward as if throw­ing a base­ball, mak­ing sure to release the hawk when your arm is straight, at which point the hawk will fly from your hand direct­ly into the tar­get because you are awe­some at things like this. The final step is the most impor­tant: Look at your bud­dies to make sure that they know that you know that you are more equipped to sur­vive the apoc­a­lypse than they are. Then demand the rest of their beef jerky out of principle.

 

Cred­it: lucy

Today’s event is all about the ladies. Look for lucy fit­ness appar­el and a huge selec­tion of Wom­en’s spring footwear and sum­mer appar­el. Don’t feel left out, guys. We still have a lot of killer gear on the menu for you. Hop to the bot­tom of this email for a taste of some of the sales that are still run­ning. There’s a lit­tle some­thing for every­one on this Thursday!

Here’s what you’ll find in today’s event:

lucylucy cre­ates fem­i­nine-styled per­for­mance appar­el designed for the gym, yoga stu­dio, or great out­doors. Think of it as fit­ness appar­el with fash­ion appeal—the kind of clothes you’d feel great about wear­ing while run­ning errands after a good work­out. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Wom­en’s lucy per­for­mance apparel.

Wom­en’s Spring FootwearToday brought wool sock weath­er; tomor­row is sup­posed to be sun­ny enough for san­dals. Spring is the sea­son for unpre­dictable weath­er. Are your feet pre­pared? Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on Wom­en’s san­dals, rain boots, slip­pers, and more.

Wom­en’s Sum­mer Appar­el: Sum­mer­time is when the livin’ is easy. Now shop­ping for it is even eas­i­er, with skirts, dress­es, pants, tees, board­shorts, and more from your favorite brands. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Timex, Native, Body Up, SOG, Tool Log­ic, Cycling Appar­el, Swiftwick, Men’s Hood­ies and Tees, and more.

IN OTHER NEWS:

San­ta’s Land­ing: Did you know? On this day in 1952, Lieu­tenant Colonels Joseph O. Fletch­er and William P. Bene­dict made the first Unit­ed States air­craft land­ing at the North Pole. Like an awe­some San­ta’s sleigh, their U.S. Air Force plane was mod­i­fied with skis to enable it to land on the ice. When Fletch­er stepped out of the plane, he became the first per­son to indis­putably reach the exact geo­graph­ic North Pole. In 1961, Dr. Albert P. Crary—a sci­en­tist who joined Fletch­er and Bene­dict on the expedition—traveled to Antarc­ti­ca and became the first per­son in his­to­ry to have stood on both poles.

Hap­py Sat­ur­day, Clym­bers. It’s a good old fash­ioned lifestyle appar­el day at The Clymb today. Expect to find great deals on some of our favorite brands. (Oh hey, prAna.) Grab what you need, then gii­i­i­i­it out­side and do some­thing fun. Have a great week­end! We’ll be back on Monday.

Some more about today’s events:

prAna: Sport­ing a name based on the ancient San­skrit word for breath, life, and vital­i­ty of the spir­it, prAna designs appar­el for mind­ful recre­ation­ists who seek to explore the lim­its of their ener­gy through yoga, climb­ing, and oth­er inter­ac­tions with the nat­ur­al world. For prAna ath­letes like Chris Shar­ma, climb­ing is a thing of med­i­ta­tion, not con­quest. Seek bal­ance in life and your adven­ture kit with prAna Men’s and Women’s appar­el, avail­able now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Wom­en’s Every­day Appar­el: Be bold and beau­ti­ful all week long with Wom­en’s every­day appar­el from top brands, includ­ing Hur­ley, Lole, Arbor, Gram­ic­ci, and more. Don’t drag your feet on this one. We’re offer­ing a huge col­lec­tion of tops, dress­es, sweaters, pants, and more for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Gram­ic­ci, Kel­ty, Drag­on sun­glass­es, Sec­tor 9, Sier­ra Designs, Men’s Every­day Appar­el, Patag­o­nia footwear, Brooks-Range, Win­ter Acces­sories, Win­ter Out­er­wear, Boards and Skis, Camel­Bak, Pro­Bar, Detours, Men’s & Wom­en’s Run­ning, Wom­en’s Activewear, & Shades of Spring.

In oth­er news…

Ice, Ice, Bergy: Did you know? On April 14th (that’s today!) 1912, a British pas­sen­ger lin­er haul­ing over 2,000 peo­ple across the North Atlantic smacked into an ice­berg and began to take on water. The next day it sank, caus­ing the untime­ly demise of over 1,500 peo­ple in one of the dead­liest peace­time mar­itime dis­as­ters in his­to­ry. While research­ing his 1997 film por­tray­al of the disaster—which he referred to as “the Mount Ever­est of shipwrecks”—director and oceanog­ra­phy junkie James Cameron con­vinced Hol­ly­wood to flip his bills for an expe­di­tion to the wreck­age. The direc­tor lat­er told reporters that he’d orig­i­nal­ly pitched his film, Titan­ic, not because he par­tic­u­lar­ly want­ed to make it, but because he want­ed to vis­it the ship­wreck. Cameron has a his­to­ry of under­wa­ter explo­ration. In a March 2012 Nation­al Geo­graph­ic expe­di­tion, he trav­eled sev­en miles down to the deep­est place in the ocean, the Mar­i­ana Trench in the west­ern Pacif­ic, in a one-per­son sub­mersible. Near, far, wher­ev­er you are, you’re pret­ty cool, James Cameron.


Over 20 years ago, col­lege stu­dent Eve­lyn Trempe’s water­proof ski out­er­wear was the start of a brand that would define the look of the new school ski­ing move­ment. Today, shop a selec­tion of Orage pants, jack­ets, base­lay­ers and more, that will keep you warm, dry, and look­ing like no one else.

Cred­it: www.orage.com

We’re also fea­tur­ing a Wom­en’s Spe­cif­ic event to cel­e­brate the ener­gy and adven­tur­ous spir­it of women every­where. Shop some of our favorite brands includ­ing Carve Designs, the vision of two female surfers who set out to make women’s water sport appar­el that was func­tion­al, fem­i­nine, and flat­ter­ing; Sher­pani, whose bags are as bold­ly fresh and unique as the women they’re designed for, and more.

This may be a spe­cial Sat­ur­day event, but you’ll still get free ship­ping if you add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order.

Also Fea­tured This Week:

Get to Know Our Mil­lionth Member

Cloud­veil, KAVU, and Cycle Into Spring

Slack Like You Mean It With Gib­bon, Plus Ses­sions, Gravis, and Coal

Action Packed. Sec­tor 9, DVS, Space­craft, and Matix

Timbuk2, the San Fran­cis­co based mak­ers of styl­ish yet durable bike bags, recent­ly con­duct­ed a study to find out why peo­ple com­mute to work via bike. The word cloud below high­lights the most sig­nif­i­cant answers.

Pho­to: Timbuk2 Designs / Flickr

The ben­e­fits and beau­ty of urban cycling are at the heart of Timbuk2. They were found­ed by a city bike mes­sen­ger in a San Fran garage in 1989 and have been mak­ing cus­tom bags ever since. Addi­tion­al­ly, their CEO, Mike Wal­len­fels, bike com­mutes 38 miles to work every day.

Cycling to work is encour­aged here at The Clymb as well, with sev­er­al of our team mem­bers bik­ing in each day.

Bike wall at The Clymb

Do you bike to work? What are some of the chal­lenges and rewards?  After you shop today’s Timbuk2 event fea­tur­ing their back­packs, totes, and icon­ic mes­sen­ger bags, vis­it us on Face­book to share your sto­ry for a chance to win Clymb credit.

And from the city to the slopes, we’re lay­ing on the Alpine charm by wel­com­ing Neve women’s appar­el, per­fect for the active moun­tain lifestyle and SKEA women’s out­er­wear and appar­el that exudes con­fi­dence and sophistication.

We’re still hav­ing our $4.98 ship­ping spe­cial, ship unlim­it­ed items for that new flat rate OR add a The Clymb t‑shirt to your order so it ships for free!

Also Fea­tured This Week:

Con­sid­er Col­or with Gravis, Plus Hip­pyTree & SPY Optics

Two of our favorite brands have returned at exclu­sive mem­bers-only pric­ing. Please be sure to check the item’s prod­uct descrip­tion for esti­mat­ed deliv­ery date.

Lole: Pas­sion­ate about cre­at­ing the ulti­mate in fab­u­lous­ly fem­i­nine activewear, Lolë keeps up with wom­en’s love of life. Shop Lole appar­el now.

Pho­to cour­testy of www.lolewomen.com

Impe­r­i­al Motion: Nev­er estab­lished, always evolv­ing appar­el for men, includ­ing t‑shirts and bean­ies. Shop the selec­tion of men’s appar­el here.

And there’s still time to save on Coal Head­wear, Cushe Footwear, & Swiftwick Com­pres­sion Socks. 

There’s also still time to pur­chase an exclu­sive The Clymb t‑shirt which qual­i­fies your entire order for free ship­ping. Stop by Face­book or Twit­ter with your ques­tions about these or oth­er events.

Check out a Day in the Life of IM rid­er Kevin McGowan

Hap­py Monday!

We’re start­ing this off this week by mak­ing sure you’re well-equipped for your fall adven­tures. In our exclu­sive Kel­ty event, save up to 60% on tents, sleep­ing bags and packs.

And Gram­ic­ci is known for their inven­tive fab­rics and fin­ish­es, woven togeth­er in high­ly func­tion­al designs. We have a fine selec­tion of their nature-inspired appar­el for men and women at up to 60% off.

If you need more info on these or upcom­ing events, please don’t hes­i­tate to reach out via Face­book or Twit­ter. We’re avail­able to answer ques­tions and hand out invites to shop The Clymb.

With their world-inspired designs, prAna has made cloth­ing that lends itself to all kinds of pas­sions from climb­ing to yoga. Today we have a selec­tion of prAna wom­en’s appar­el that includes vests, jack­ets, capris and more. Shop the prAna event at up to 60% off here.

Remem­ber those met­al lunch box­es we used as kids? Well, our oth­er fea­tured brand today, Aladdin, pro­duced the first char­ac­ter licensed lunch box in the 1950’s. It has since evolved to pro­vide recy­cled and recy­clable mugs, water bot­tles, and food con­tain­ers, prov­ing that sus­tain­abil­i­ty can be styl­ish. Our first Aladdin event fea­tures func­tion­al water bot­tles at up to 60% off.

And there’s still time to save on Cha­co san­dals for men and women, Sher­pani bags, and lucy activewear.

Don’t for­get we’re always on Face­book and Twit­ter, avail­able to answer ques­tions about these or upcom­ing events. Also, today we’ll have some fun brand triv­ia worth Clymb cred­it. Don’t miss it!

Check out prAna in motion at this year’s Out­door Retailer:

Bright skies, bright lights, bright future. Get your hands on the sum­mer’s best shades from brands like SPY, O’Neill, Native and Zeal. Shop a vari­ety of styles for men and women at the fol­low­ing Clymb exclu­sive pricing:

O’Neill: up to 60% off; Native: up to 50% off; Zeal: up to 55% off and SPY: up to 60% off.

And ladies, live out loud in LOLE’s fab­u­lous­ly fem­i­nine activewear. Shop their appar­el and acces­sories at up to 55% off here.

Don’t for­get: There’s still time to save on Green­lay­er, Sand­box and Ore­gon Scientific.

Come check us out on Face­book and Twit­ter. There’s always some­one wait­ing to answer your ques­tions, take your sug­ges­tions, or give an invite to The Clymb.

 

 

Today we have three favorite brands return­ing to The Clymb.

Bold, beau­ti­ful, and inspired by well-being, Lole makes appar­el for women that is tops in per­for­mance and fit. Shop their activewear at up to 55% off here.

We’ve also got a great deal on San­ta Cruz Surf­boards. Made for the waves, these leg­endary boards are avail­able in some fan­tas­tic styles. They’re here at exclu­sive mem­ber pricing.

Pho­to cour­tesy of San­ta Cruz Surfboards

Final­ly, you can save up to 60% off Stan­ley water bot­tles and trav­el mugs that last a life­time. Check out the selec­tion here.

Vis­it us on Face­book or Twit­ter for ques­tions about orders, news on upcom­ing events, or to obtain an invite.

Kaenon Polar­ized eye­wear is built with the world-class SR-91 lens and epit­o­mize style, fit, and per­for­mance. Save up to 65% on their polar­ized lens­es for men and women today.

 

Carve Designs is inspired by the surf and designed for opti­mal fit, to look great in and out of water. Mem­bers of The Clymb can save up to 55% off their wom­en’s swimwear and appar­el in an exclu­sive three-day event. Shop now!

Check out our Face­book page for infor­ma­tion on upcom­ing events, fea­tures, and inter­views. Also, we’re on Twit­ter 24/7, ready to answer your ques­tions. Both places are great for get­ting an invite if you need one.