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

Cam­pag­no­lo: A brand that has rev­o­lu­tion­ized the look of cycling, Cam­pag­no­lo sets stan­dards in inno­va­tion, qual­i­ty, and per­for­mance. Shop our col­lec­tion of the game-chang­ing brand’s gor­geous cycling appar­el 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.

North­wave: In the ear­ly 1990s, North­wave founder Gian­ni Piva designed a cli­p­less cycling shoe that broke with tra­di­tion, and rocked Italy’s world famous footwear dis­trict. The inno­va­tion con­tin­ues here. 

Cloth­ing Arts: Inspired by the chaos and beau­ty of South­east Asia, Cloth­ing Arts builds remark­ably tough, curi­ous­ly styl­ish appar­el for adven­ture­some trav­el­ers and itin­er­ant out­doors­folk. Fea­tur­ing shorts and pants.

Stan­ley: In 1913, William Stan­ley Jr. invent­ed the all-steel vac­u­um bot­tle. Near­ly 100 years lat­er, the com­pa­ny is still at the fore­front of hydra­tion inno­va­tion. Fea­tur­ing water bot­tles, insu­lat­ed mugs, and more.

Colum­bia: High­lights in this col­lec­tion of per­for­mance and every­day watch­es include the sleek­ly designed Tran­sit and the Rav­en­ous with 100-hour chrono­graph, the per­fect tool for ultra-marathoners.

ISIS: Fit is more than just a num­ber on a size chart. ISIS devel­ops per­for­mance cloth­ing designed to fit the bod­ies and active work and play lives of real women. Fea­tur­ing down jack­ets, tees, vests, and more.

Yog­a­Rat: Yogis should stretch their backs not their bank accounts, which is why Yog­a­Rat offers its pre­mi­um yoga acces­sories with­out break­ing the bank. Help keep your chakras aligned with mats, tow­els, and more.

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.

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

 

 

 

Arc’teryx: The per­for­mance of Arc’teryx prod­ucts is sec­ond to none. Their com­mit­ment to pre­mi­um tex­tiles, scrupu­lous design, and an inno­v­a­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing process has earned them the trust of pro­fes­sion­al guides and ath­letes around the world. Their state-of-the-art North Amer­i­can man­u­fac­tur­ing facil­i­ty allows them to exper­i­ment with the design, mate­r­i­al, and con­struc­tion of each prod­uct, and these exper­i­ments have led to pro­pri­etary advance­ments that are unri­valed in the out­door indus­try. Act now! The har­ness­es, fleeces, and jack­ets in this col­lec­tion will go fast. 

 

 

 

 

 

High Soci­ety: High Soci­ety sources their wood from the U.S.A. and builds all their skis and snow­boards in Col­orado to meet the high­est qual­i­ty stan­dards. Putting per­for­mance first has paid off: In 2012, the inno­v­a­tive com­pa­ny received a Testers’ Choice Award from Ski­ing mag­a­zine. Pre­pare for the pow­der with the skis in this collection.

 

 

 

 

 

Goal Zero: Goal Zero designs portable solar ener­gy sys­tems for use in remote, back­coun­try loca­tions. These inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts were born to sup­port human­i­tar­i­an needs in the Repub­lic of Con­go, and have evolved to encom­pass the needs of out­doorsy peo­ple who want to fuel their elec­tron­ics with the clean and renew­able resource of the sun. Click through for lanterns, flash­lights, and charg­ing kits.

 

 

 

 

 

Sec­tor 9: The hills are alive with the sound of shred­ding. Add to the music with your own Sec­tor 9 long­board, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. And just because you’re rock­ing the down­hill doesn’t mean you have to miss a style beat. Don’t miss out. We’re offer­ing mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing on a big col­lec­tion of Sec­tor 9 long­boards now at The Clymb.

 

 

 

 

 

Yog­a­Rat: Found­ed in sun­ny Cal­i­for­nia in 2008, Yog­a­Rat believes that pre­mi­um prod­ucts shouldn’t break the bank. Bal­anc­ing qual­i­ty, afford­abil­i­ty, and sus­tain­abil­i­ty into each of their prod­ucts, Yog­a­Rat helps to keep your chakras aligned and your fin­gers point­ed sky­ward. This col­lec­tion fea­tures mats, tow­els, and blocks.

 

 

 

 

 

Anue: This women’s line of yoga cloth­ing spawns from the sim­ple desire for prac­ti­cal clothes to help a woman improve their yoga prac­tice. These ver­sa­tile designs not only feel good on your body, but they are good for the earth. Anue uses organ­ic cot­ton and recy­cled syn­thet­ic fab­rics to cre­ate the soft but sup­port­ive feel as you flow from one pos­ture to the next. Shop the selec­tion now.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Dou­ble Cross­er: Did you know?

On Sep­tem­ber 21st (that’s today!), 1961, Anto­nio Aber­ton­do, an Argen­tin­ian marathon swim­mer, swam across the Eng­lish Chan­nel, from Calais, France to Dover, Eng­land and back to become the first per­son to ever com­plete the dou­ble cross­ing. It took Aber­ton­do 43 hours and 10 min­utes to swim the salty chan­nel that is 21 miles wide between the two towns.

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

 

 

KAVU: You’re all alone, star­ing at your reflec­tion in a qui­et back­coun­try lake, when inspi­ra­tion hits. You take a lung­ful of moun­tain air then jump in, per­form­ing a per­fect can­non­ball that shat­ters the calm. Con­grat­u­la­tions. You just expe­ri­enced KAVU. We’ve got a great selec­tion of KAVU Men’s and Women’s lifestyle appar­el for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing: fleeces, hats, pants, dress­es, and a whole lot more. Don’t miss out!

 

 

Five Ten:  After fin­ish­ing his MBA, Five Ten founder Charles Cole went to the last place any­one thought he could use it—Yosemite. While climb­ing there, he saw the need for high-fric­tion rub­ber in climb­ing and walk­ing shoes. He invent­ed it and Five Ten was born. Now they’ve rolled out a com­plete line of shoes to stick your tricks on bikes, boards, or while freestyle walking.

 

 

Kom­perdell: Life is about bal­ance, and since 1922 the Aus­tri­an-based Kom­perdell has been keep­ing folks sta­ble with their light­weight trekking and tour­ing poles. Their inno­v­a­tive designs have won numer­ous awards includ­ing the ISPO Award for prod­uct of the year. Find your bal­ance in this col­lec­tion here.

 

 

Roy­al Rac­ing: Found­ed by British rid­ing leg­end Steve Pete, Roy­al Rac­ing devel­ops appar­el that sets the stan­dard in down­hill, freeride, and trail rid­ing. Offer­ing every­thing from roomy tech­ni­cal jer­seys designed to accom­mo­date body armor, to com­fort­able, sup­port­ive, bombproof shorts and MTB-spe­cif­ic gloves, Roy­al Rac­ing is like three hun­dred cups o’ badass tea for your soul.

 

Body Up: True beau­ty is not sta­t­ic; it’s dynam­ic, and Body Up cre­ates fash­ion-mind­ed fit­ness appar­el to sup­port women who pur­sue the active life. All of their gar­ments are designed in Italy and man­u­fac­tured in the U.S.A. using pre­mi­um fab­rics. Shop these sports bras, tanks, and tops at mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

 

 

Yog­a­Rat: Found­ed in sun­ny Cal­i­for­nia in 2008, Yog­a­Rat believes that pre­mi­um prod­ucts shouldn’t break the bank. Bal­anc­ing qual­i­ty, afford­abil­i­ty, and sus­tain­abil­i­ty into each of their prod­ucts, Yog­a­Rat helps to keep your chakras aligned and your fin­gers point­ed sky­ward. This col­lec­tion fea­tures mats, tow­els, and blocks.

 

 

Rus­si: Rus­si is based in Boul­der, Col­orado, a town that com­petes for the low­est body-fat per capi­ta ratio in the nation. The rea­son? The folks there take the out­doors seri­ous­ly. So does Rus­si. They focus on design­ing stream­lined bags that are a per­fect fit for the MBA stu­dent who needs to take her text­books on a week­end trip to the moun­tains. The bags in this col­lec­tion will do the trick.

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

The Fastest Kid: Did you know?

On August 26th (that’s today!), 1973, run­ning phe­nom Mary Etta Boi­tana beat 1,500 run­ners to win California’s his­toric Dipsea Race. She was ten years old. Being a young­ster, she had a 25-minute head start, but the course is a rig­or­ous series of obsta­cles. The 7.5‑mile race climbs 688 stairs up the side of Mt. Tamal­pais then plunges through Muir Woods to the Pacif­ic Ocean at Stin­son Beach on numer­ous sin­gle­track trails. The maze of alter­nate trails makes race strat­e­gy impor­tant, and that’s what con­tributed to Boitana’s win. At age five she won the women’s title, mak­ing her a savvy 5‑year vet­er­an by the time she won it all at age ten.