Gear In The Menu Bar at UKClimbing.com
by Mick Ryan Apr/2007
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Gear is important at UKClimbing.com and we now have GEAR, along with FORUMS, ARTICLES, PHOTOS, NEWS in the top menu bar that features across every page of the website.
Click on GEAR and it leads you to a new GEAR page that comprises of Latest Product News and Independent Product Reviews
Latest Product News
Latest Product News is product information uploaded by manufacturers and distributors of outdoor equipment that will be of interest to UKClimbing.com's readers. They are not gear reviews. The intention is to have a catalogue of climbing and outdoor gear from various manufacturers and distributors in one place, at UKClimbing.com, so that you can browse a wide range of gear, at your leisure, at any time.
Product News includes a product photograph, a description of the product with its technical specification, a link to the manufacturer, and the price of the product.
You can then discuss this product down the Gear Forums Gear Forums and it will be linked to the Product News entry.
So as more Product News gets uploaded you will have an extensive catalogue of gear to browse and read. When linked with the Gear Forums, Independent Product Reviews and Gear articles it will help you make an informed decision about which gear to purchase.
Read some Product News
Woman's Roll Down Pant from Moon
Phantom Carabiner from DMM
Product Reviews are essays about a particular item of equipment that are either written by one of UKClimbing.com's Gear Review team or by YOU!. If you want to submit a gear review use this form here Gear Review Form
Read some Product Reviews
Scarpa Stix Review
Tried and Tested: The Rebel Axe
Tried and Tested: Berghaus Optimus 40
We are constantly thinking of ways to make UKClimbing.com more useful to you and we hope that you will find these new GEAR features useful. Recently we have increased the frequency of NEWS articles and are in the process of getting more ARTICLES editors. If you have any comments don't hesistate to start a thread at the forums at UKClimbing.com or get in touch direct.