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The British Bouldering Team is pleased to announce their link with their new Team Clothing Sponsor-5 Finger Thing.
Craig Antcliff of Five Finger Thing met the Team at their Team Training in Climb Newcastle over the weekend 5th and 6th December 2009. Craig issued each Team member with a Training Hoody and T shirt. The Five Finger Thing logos on the tops have been designed by Craig Antcliff, and the new British Bouldering Team logo has been designed by the Team's Female Team Coach, Tom Sugden, see photos below.
Future sponsorship plans include issuing each Team member with a formal jacket/gilet and competition vest. Craig will also be producing two versions of a limited edition British Bouldering Team T shirt that will be sold prior to Christmas in order to raise some funds for the team. They will be on sale from 12 December 2009 and will retail from £20. The limited edition T shirts will also be available to purchase from members of the British Bouldering Team.
Nick Clement, British Team Manager said:
"At the moment they are available from Team members at £20 each. In January they will be available through fivefingerthing.com. Future limited edition items will also be available for purchase through this site. Profits from the sales will be used to help fund the the British Bouldering Team."
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