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.


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.