It’s here: the new BMC clothing range

Posted by Peter Burnside on 17/11/2016

Inspired by our new BMC TV films, we’ve created a brand new range of designs for our organic tees, hoodies, vests and jumpers. Don't forget, our members always get at least 10% off! Get prepared for Christmas with the BMC Shop's brilliant gift-bundles.

The Hard Rock range

To commemorate and celebrate the legacy of Ken Wilson, one of the most influential voices in British climbing, BMC TV teamed up with Hot Aches Productions to produce a film about his uber-classic Hard Rock book. Many books have been written about British climbing, but this one stands head-and-shoulders above the rest.

Inspired by our new BMC TV film, illustrator Liam Dangerfield created a unique Hard Rock logo to honour Ken Wilson’s book as it’s now become: a tick-list of classic climbs for the aspiring climber. Doesn’t matter if you’ve ticked them or not, pay tribute to Ken Wilson and his lists of classic rock climbs with the new Hard Rock range, available on organic hoodies and t-shirts.

Be one of the first to buy them from the BMC Shop.


The Hard Rock tick tee for all fans of classic lines. 

Want to watch Hard Rock?

Hard Rock premiered at Kendal Mountain Festival 2016 to a welcoming audience. We showed the film twice in the Basecamp and once during BMC TV’s excitingly off-the-wall event Breakfast Club. The crowds laughed and gasped in all the right places and cheered and clapped when the credits rolled; we count that as winning!

If you missed it at Kendal, don't worry, we've got a special Xmas pressie for you. Every BMC member will be emailed an exclusive invite to watch it online over Christmas.

Funky new women's clothing range

Like gear? You’ll love being able to sport our unique Camdala design. Or perhaps knot? Then the Flow design based on the trusty figure-of-eight is for you! Both illustrated by the extremely talented Tessa Lyons who found inspiration in BMC TV's new film: The Bothy Project.

This film takes four female artists and dispatches them to a remote Scottish bothy in the highlands of Scotland to untangle their need for outdoor space. Brought to you by the team that conjured up the award-winning BMC TV film Operation Moffat, this enchanting story takes you to explore the wilderness with filmmaker Jen Randall, wild-swimming-video-artist Natasha Brooks, acclaimed Sheffield artist Tessa Lyons, and poet Claire Carter.

Visit our shop to see the new Camdala and Flow tees and vests and the Camdala hoodies and jumpers.


Our unique Camdala hoodies are perfect for gear gurus. 

Want to watch The Bothy Project?
 
The second BMC TV film to premiere at Kendal Mountain Festival was The Bothy Project, a welcome breath of fresh wild air amongst all the adrenaline. Following four artists into the Scottish highlands to the remote Shenaval Bothy, action was put aside to draw a tale of finding inner inspiration amongst stunning vistas. The film was premiered inside Lowe Alpine’s #MAKEWINTERCOUNT bothy to a captivated audience.
 
If you missed it at Kendal, don't worry, we've got a special Xmas pressie for you. Every BMC member will be emailed an exclusive invite to watch it online over Christmas. Make sure to keep an eye on your emails!

Christmas bundles!

We know the stress of trying to find the perfect Christmas present, especially when you're like us and have left all your shopping to the last minute! That's why we've packed the BMC Shop with great gift-bundles that cater to everybody.

Make your climbing partner look super cool with the Classic Climbing Essentials Bundle, which includes a pair of belay glasses and DMM chalk bag, amongst others. Or if that's not your bag, grab the Walking Essentials Bundle which saves you more than £22!

So check out the rest of the range of offers available to you from the BMC Shop and save yourself from unnecessarily gaining any extra grey hairs this December. 


#MakeWinterCount

Calling all winter warriors – share your winter journey to join our amazing competition. Want to find out how to win free stuff with your polar pics? Read on.

Over the whole of winter, starting in November, the BMC and Lowe Alpine are running an immense competition that you don't want to miss.

If you've a penchant for snowy slopes, frosty escapades, or dicey ice adventures, make sure to take some epic snaps or short videos along the way. Then, when you return to your hero's welcome, share your winter journey with us via social media with the right hashtag to enter our fantastic monthly prize draw.

There'll be a final grand prize in February of two nights and one day out walking or climbing with world-class British mountaineer Andy Cave.

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Watch and learn: BMC TV's Winter Skills Videos

Become a winter warrior with BMC TV's skills channel. Watch our series of educational winter videos:

Series one: The Basics

Series two: The Basics Part Deux

Series three: Climbing Grade I/II

Series four: Time to get technical

WATCH: Climbing and protecting steeper mixed ground

READ: Essential winter know-how


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