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The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is ISPO in Munich. There were some exciting new products on offer... Read more
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. We were blown away by the variety and... Read more
The assisted braking action of the Matik derives from an innovative camming design that makes the device safer and easier on the... 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
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
A versatile and affordable kit for indoor and outdoor climbers. The light and comfortable Flint harness features the patented... Read more
It's the report everyone has been waiting for... climbing hardware!
From the unconventional twin gate carabiner from Grivel to... Read more
Here is a round-up of currently available belay devices. This is not a gear review, but we have listed simple belay devices with... Read more
UKC was at the massive winter gear tradeshow ISPO Munich, getting sneak previews of kit in the pipeline for autumn/winter... Read more
Martin McKenna puts this ultralight sport-oriented harness to good use on the sun-drenched sport crags of Spain and, err,... Read more
The Matik has been a long standing project for CAMP, who have put in a lot of time, effort, and money into getting its design and... Read more
Thinking of buying some new ice screws?
In this comparison review we have ice screws from the best in the business. From... Read more
Nuts, wires, stoppers, chocks, wedges, whatever you want to call them, have been around for a long time. In this review we take a... 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
In this gear review James Wynne looks at five different children's harnesses and how they perform.
Do they adjust? Can the... Read more
Lightweight sport climbing harnesses have come a long way in recent years. All the major manufacturers are now making models... Read more
Toby Archer reviews five 42-50 litre crag packs priced from £60-£130: the Arc'teryx Miura 50, Black Diamond Demon Duffel, CAMP... Read more
With both traditional and sport climbing use in mind, Mark Glaister has been testing out some of the diverse range of quickdraws... Read more
"What you take and what you leave behind can make all the difference when scrambling," says Paul Lewis. "A small rucksack, a well... Read more