Get ready for summer with new Outdoor Adventure Gear and The Clymb
With summer quickly arriving (we can dream at least, right?) I am planning new Outdoor Adventures for my family and am filling my schedule with races. This means I need to be ready with the right outdoor adventure gear. Anyone who knows me well, like my husband Organic Runner Dad, knows that I am a total gear-head. Apparently this is an inherited gene. My Dad was the original gear-head in my family, owning a Ski shop called Bea’s Skis when my sister and I were little.
Have you ever heard about The Clymb? The Clymb is an awesome website founded in Portland, Oregon by a team of outdoor and sports industry veterans. This is one of my go-to websites for finding the latest and greatest for all of my family’s outdoor adventure gear needs and for my racing. The Clymb offers insider-pricing gear that will have you outfitted for every adventure!
Now that I have signed up for my first triathlon one of the first things I think about is what am I going to wear during the race? Doing a triathlon requires a whole new set of gear, right? The Clymb has an awesome selection of triathlon gear. The Clymb has race suits and race tops from one of my favorite compression sock brands, SLS3 in addition to many others to help with your triathlon pursuits.
This brand of compression socks is one that I have worn during many marathon miles including the Boston Marathon. Currently the Clymb is featuring the latest color of the SLS3 butterfly compression sleeves and socks in Teal/White.
If you are headed for adventure, be sure to check out the Clymb for amazing deals on clearance running shoes or some of your favorite brands like inov8 and Gramicci. They even have amazing offers for trips to places like Costa Rica for hiking and rafting in the jungle! We may have to save that adventure for another summer but it’s never too early to start dreaming!
What is some of your favorite Outdoor Adventure Gear? Have you ever checked out the Clymb?
*This post was sponsored by The Clymb, but the opinions are all my own.