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thumb 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... [ full story ]

thumb With the alpine summer season now in full swing many people are getting kitted out with spikey, shiney toys to safeguard their... [ full story ]

thumb A versatile and affordable kit for indoor and outdoor climbers. The light and comfortable Flint harness features the patented... [ full story ]

thumb It's the report everyone has been waiting for... climbing hardware! From the unconventional twin gate carabiner from Grivel to... [ full story ]

thumb Here is a round-up of currently available belay devices. This is not a gear review, but we have listed simple belay devices with... [ full story ]

thumb UKC was at the massive winter gear tradeshow ISPO Munich, getting sneak previews of kit in the pipeline for autumn/winter... [ full story ]

thumb The Jasper CR4 is an upgrade of the classic Quartz CR and has a definite focus towards multi-pitch rock, mountaineering and ice... [ full story ]

thumb Here we have a selection of exciting new hardware that stood out to us on our roving reporter travels. [ full story ]

thumb New for 2012, the Flint is designed for high-end climbers looking for a harness that will not break the bank. The simplified... [ full story ]

thumb This final OutDoor Show report is all about the gleaming hard stuff. Coming this winter and next spring: several new/updated,... [ full story ]

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C.A.M.P Reviews

Independent reviews from the UKC gear testers

thumb In this gear review James Wynne looks at five different children's harnesses and how they perform. Do they adjust? Can the... [ full review ]

thumb Lightweight sport climbing harnesses have come a long way in recent years. All the major manufacturers are now making models... [ full review ]

thumb Toby Archer reviews five 42-50 litre crag packs priced from 60-130: the Arc'teryx Miura 50, Black Diamond Demon Duffel, CAMP... [ full review ]

thumb With both traditional and sport climbing use in mind, Mark Glaister has been testing out some of the diverse range of quickdraws... [ full review ]

thumb "What you take and what you leave behind can make all the difference when scrambling," says Paul Lewis. "A small rucksack, a well... [ full review ]

thumb Three helmets on test: the Black Diamond Tracer, Wild Country Rock Lite and C.A.M.P. Armour Lady. [ full review ]

thumb The first sit harnesses were basically a belt and leg loops made out of webbing, like alpine harnesses today and the Whillans... [ full review ]

thumb Toby Archer tests out the Pronuts from CAMP. They come in sets of seven, have a different sizing to other nuts and are: "a solid... [ full review ]

thumb Toby Archer reviews Tri-Cams, from CAMP. Often thought of as a stray from the norm, Toby finds that, actually, they fit in... [ full review ]

thumb TobyA reviews the CAMP Armour helmet - "it both looks pretty darn cool and most importantly isn't purple.. So over all, a... [ full review ]

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