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CLIMB Magazine relaunches this month with a fantastic new look and massive free centrefold poster.
Big changes from the September issue (on sale now)... CLIMB has a brighter, fresher look, unveiling a new masthead, cover design and layout. The paper has changed to a modern uncoated finish, benefiting from being more environmentally-friendly and easier on the eye.
We have resisted the pattern of other titles to revert to the standard A4 size, believing big is beautiful. Keeping an oversize format ensures the unsurpassed photography is displayed to its finest.
The September issue also includes a gatefold centre-spread poster for readers to pull out and keep. Double-sided, the poster has a massive panorama on one side and four individual images on the reverse. More stunning pull-out posters will feature in future issues.
Our goal is to always ensure we bring you the best magazine possible, so everyone's feedback is welcome. We'd love to know what you think - Email us at email@example.com with your thoughts and comments.
You can pick up a copy of the new look CLIMB Magazine at all major newsagents, specialist outdoor retailers, climbing walls as well as Tesco superstores.
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