VIDEO: Blurr.....in the UK
added Aug/2012, see all Blurr news & reviews
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Blurr, the Canadian based outdoor lifestyle brand, was recently re-launched in the UK via a new distribution partnership with a UK based brand manager and athlete team. Additional information including UK specific brand assortment, stockists and news is available at www.blurrstuff.com or blurrstuff on Facebook.

See a selection of our products below, a list of UK stockists and a video of Natalie Berry, Blurr athlete.

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Natalie Berry, Blurr athlete wearing the Betsy Jean
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Robbie Phillips

Born from a climbing heritage in Squamish, we aim to make clothing product that facilitates building recreation into busy lives by ensuring that our product offers no nonsense technical features and fabrics blended with progressive urban styling.

All Blurr products are designed to seamlessly transition from activity to activity, both functionally and aesthetically, whether it's climbing, hiking, mountain biking, or a day in the office

Blurr have made a full conversion of their cotton program to organically grown cotton, offer styles incorporating recycled polyester and Nylon, use PVC free fabrics in their packs and bags and the focus fabric system antimicrobial treatment is derived from waste crustacean shells.

Here are a selection of our products:

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+Rogue G Monkey, 45 kb
Rogue G Monkey
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Blurr
+Slice Logo T, 65 kb
Slice Logo T
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Blurr
+Method Pant, 40 kb
Method Pant
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Blurr
+Kamikaze, 38 kb
Kamikaze
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Blurr
+Banan Traverse T, 61 kb
Banan Traverse T
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Blurr
+Betsy Jean, 80 kb
Betsy Jean
UKC Gear, Jul 2012
© Blurr

Blurr athlete Natalie Berry's thoughts on Blurr

'I have been supported by Blurr for almost a year now and am pleased to say that i am really impressed by the quality and style of their clothing. Not only are the clothes tough and hard wearing for heavy use both in training at the wall and when performing out on rock, but the look and feel of the range has attracted a lot of interest and always manages to look casual yet athletic. In contrast to the typical khaki brown/green colours so often used in climbing wear, Blurr has dared to be different with a rainbow of funky colours - bright greens, oranges, reds and pinks. These colours really make you stand out from the crowd.

Perhaps my favourite Blurr item is the Betsy Jean, which I wear not only to the crag and wall but also around town and when travelling. Before trying out the Betsy Jean I had previously been sceptical about the so-called "climbing jeans", believing them to be too thick, heavy and restricting like normal everyday jeans. However, when putting them to the test in Siurana, they proved my doubts wrong - they were lightweight, hard wearing and stretchy without being too hot to climb in with the warm temperatures. Stylish dark denim in colour, the Betsy Jean can easily be worn casually on a night out with friends or whilst cranking at the crag - a real all-round performer.'

Blurr UK Stockists

Bananafingers: www.bananafingers.co.uk
Needle Sports: www.needlesports.com
Outside: www.outside.co.uk
Epicentre: www.theepicentre.co.uk
Rock On: www.rockonclimbing.co.uk
Gear for Girls: www.gearforgirls.co.uk
Leeds Wall: www.theleedswallshop.co.uk
Depot Climbing Centre: www.theclimbingdepot.co.uk
The Climbing Works: www.climbingworks.com
The Castle: www.castle-climbing.co.uk
The Barn: www.barnclimbinggear.co.uk

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