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The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. We were blown away by the variety and... Read more
From the 23rd of April until the 17th of May, EDELRID are bringing their rope making secrets to partner stores across the country. Read more
The team from UKC were recently at the giant trade show of ISPO in Munich. We saw a lot of products, drank a little bit of German... Read more
German climbing brand EDELRID have produced a comprehensive online 'Rope Book' that's designed to act as the definitive reference... Read more
The harness and rope report is the second in a series of write-ups from 2014's OutDoor Show, where we look at what the future of... Read more
The hardware report is the first in a series of write-ups from 2014's OutDoor Show, where we look at what the future of climbing... Read more
With the alpine summer season now in full swing many people are getting kitted out with spikey, shiney toys to safeguard their... Read more
Cut waste and make use of old ropes with this step-by-step video guide to weaving your own rope mat from EDELRID.
It's the report everyone has been waiting for... climbing hardware!
From the unconventional twin gate carabiner from Grivel to... Read more
In the build-up to ISPO, the winter sports and outdoor trade show, German climbing brand EDELRID have announced a double win in... Read more
Edelrid ReviewsIndependent reviews from the UKC gear testers
A new slimline and lightweight fixed leg loop harness from Edelrid, but is it too specialist for a do everything British cragging... Read more
The Jay II and Jayne are two climbing harnesses from the German gear manufacturer Edelrid – The Jay is designed for men and the... Read more
We test 8 of the best rock shoes out there - from Five Ten, Scarpa, La Sportiva and Evolv through to Tenaya, Boreal, Edelrid and... Read more
Edelrid's new super-thin triple rated rope has won industry awards, but what happens when your average weekend climber takes it... Read more
One piece of gear that you can never do without when roped climbing is a quickdraw. In this comparative review, Alan James takes... Read more
The lightest technical crampons currently available allied to a very clever modular design that means they will fit many... Read more
In this indepth review, we look at several top-of-the-range headtorches, some lightweight models, and some budget options. If you... Read more
The Orion: A very supportive and comfortable all-round harness, but does it need more racking space for big trad routes?
The... Read more
In this gear review James Wynne looks at five different children's harnesses and how they perform.
Do they adjust? Can the... Read more