3V Gear launches new website and blog
September 24, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsSeptember 24, 2016 - 3V Gear has launched a new mobile friendly website which it hopes will make for a better shopping experience for their customers. Inline with their new website, they have also introduced a new blog which is focusing on survival skills, everyday carry (EDC), and practical prepper skills. They already have some quality content and have partnered with industry experts to provide articles which will benefit their readers.
"Revamping the website has been over a year in the works and we have spent a great deal of time making the shopping experience as enjoyable as possible," says Kirk Sample, Marketing Manager for 3V Gear. The new website focuses a great deal on the products that 3V Gear produces. Strong photography also make for a visually appealing site.
"We have many industry partners who use our products and are professionals in the field," says Kirk. "It only makes sense that we make available their skills and excellent writing to our readers and customers. The more knowledge we can impart to our customers, the better they will be prepared."
Ammoland.com has been one of the first guest bloggers on 3V Gear's new blog and their article "Bug Out on a Budget" will surely be a popular subject among the prepper community.
"Whether you are building a bug out bag, out in the backcountry for a weekend, or at the range for the day, it is critical that your pack has what you need when you need it," writes Brian Johnson in his recent blog post.
As 3V Gear becomes more of a mainstream brand with the survival community, people will be sure to look to them for skill training and expertise. It looks like 3V Gear is up to the task and will be providing solid education into the future.
You can view 3V Gear's revamped website at www.3vgear.com and can read more of their blog articles here.
Based at the base of the Wasatch Mountain Range in Utah, 3V Gear produces heavy duty tactical backpacks and bags and sells them direct to their customer. They skip the middleman and conventional sales channels so they can provide a quality product for a reasonable price. Learn more at www.3vgear.com