From the awesome new Helium Friend to the super sharp new Matador Lace you can get the lowdown on everything that's due in store this spring...
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The new Ropeman 3
© Wild Country, Feb 2011
It's a big year for Wild Country with the release of the new Helium Friends (the best Friends ever and the slickest units around) but there's plenty more to cast an eye over in our full colour product PDF...
It also features:
New Ropeman 3 - the third installment of this great device will go down to 7.7mm on ropes and for the first time also works on tapes too...
Via Ferrata set - our new set is great value and features our exclusive tear-tape system...
There's also organic T shirts, new chalk bags, new boulder pads and much much more...
And exclusively for the first time the 2011 Workbook is in five languages - English French Spanish German and Italian...
Download Wild Country's 2011 Workbook PDF here
Following on from the success of their hot model the Matador Red Chili have launched some sharp new models for 2011 the Habanero and the Matador Lace... sweet, sharp and stylish you can see the full range in the full colour PDF which is downloadable here
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