BMC members save 10% at Trespass!

Posted by Suzanne Jones on 09/11/2010

Trespass has recently joined the BMC's retail discount scheme.

Born in 1984, Trespass design clothing to be used outside, up hills, mountains on snow and in rain. If you love climbing, hiking & travelling you'll love Trespass clothing. If you have a passion for skiing or snowboarding Tresspass have the kit for you. If you just like to spend as much time outdoors be it in the park or on the peaks Trespass provide affordable practical performance at all levels.

Trespass represents unrelenting commitment to innovation, function and fashion, providing access for all, with technical clothing for leisure pursuits and outdoor activities including, snow sports, hiking and travel.

To claim your 10% discount simply show your BMC Membership Card in one of their 75 stores nationwide, or to shop online visit www.trespass.com and enter the code BMA10ZZPL at the checkout.

For a full list of retail discounts, please go to: www.thebmc.co.uk/retaildiscounts.

Inclusion in the discount scheme does not constitute or imply BMC endorsement of products/services provided.



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