Bend, OR, July 16, 2020 – Metolius Climbing, a leading manufacturer and designer of innovative climbing gear, unveils its new website with a vastly improved user interface, easily accessible athlete training videos, and a clean mobile layout. The new Metoliusclimbing.com helps shoppers make well-informed decisions and access the brand’s wealth of training education.
All products – from climbing holds to big wall gear – are organized meticulously by category, making it simple for users to navigate purchases among Metolius’ expansive product portfolio. Within the ‘training’ and ‘extras’ menus, Metolius also includes its popular climbing training guides, as well as how-to videos led by Metolius athletes, including Beth Rodden.
“Since the beginning of the pandemic with more people at home, we have seen an increased interest in building home climbing gyms,” said Brooke Sandahl, Vice President of Metolius Climbing. “As brick-and-mortar shops have remained closed or have only begun to open at limited capacities, our revamped online presence aims to offer education and training to better serve our customers.”
The revamped site also features new 2020 Metolius product highlights, which include: the Basic Crash Pad, Light Rail, Wood Rock Rings and Prime Rib wood grip training tools. For more information, visit metoliusclimbing.com.
About Metolius: Founded in 1983 near the headwaters of the Metolius River, Metolius equipment was born out of respect for rock climbing. Metolius has since built a solid reputation as a leading designer and manufacturer of performance rock climbing equipment that is Safer by Design. Metolius has always focused on new and innovative rock climbing gear while ensuring the highest quality available. They’ve built a strong reputation as an innovator in the design of cutting-edge rock climbing gear. Metolius is proud to be able to claim innovations in just about every category of rock climbing gear from traditional, sport, bouldering and big wall/technical alpine. Metolius also works to educate others to preserve the environment and the climbing lifestyle.