Center Point, Texas (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
With regards to the prevalence of mobile devices, Terrapin Wetsuits and Watersport Accessories today announced the launch of its redesigned, responsive website, http://www.terrapinwetsuits.com.
Located in Center Point, Texas, Terrapin Wetsuits, experts in custom wetsuits and wetsuit repairs, put a considerable amount of thought into its web presence, and thus tailored its new site to accommodate all customers’ needs. Built with a responsive web design, Terrapinwetsuits.com will adapt to the width of the browser on any device, such as a mobile phone or tablet. Since it’s simpler to navigate on all platforms, the site makes for a favorable buying experience.
“The point of designing the new website was to make it easier for people to shop from their mobile devices, like their iPad, primarily for accessories,” Terrapin Wetsuits owner Chris Summers said.
Moreover, the web launch was unleashed just weeks prior to the Dive Equipment Marketing Association Convention (DEMA Show), which takes place from Nov. 14-17 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. The DEMA Show 2012 is the world’s only annual international trade event for the scuba diving industry.
“While you’re at DEMA and shopping for stock for your retail store for next year, keep in mind that Terrapin offers alteration and tailoring services so that you can better meet the needs of your customers. Because not everybody is shaped the same, tailoring an off-the-rack suit could make it easier to fit your stock suits to a wider range of customers,” Summers said.
Summers added that Terrapin prides itself in customizing wetsuits and diving accessories to fit each client’s specific needs. From color and style, to the latest technology in Neoprene or Polartec, Terrapin goes above and beyond to suit all types of divers, including adaptive divers.
“Over the course of the past 10 years, more and more people with physical limitations, like amputations or spinal cord injuries, are being certified to dive under a special program called adaptive diving,” she said. “Because their physical requirements are different than a standard diver, they’re much less likely to find something off a rack that’s going to fit them. We tailor (wetsuits) specifically for adaptive diving.”
With seamless navigation, potential clients can browse to find whatever it is they’re looking for, including types of wetsuits, materials, measurement details, alterations and more. The restructured shopping cart via PayPal and contact form also provides a much easier shopping experience.
About Terrapin Wet Suits
Texas based Terrapin Wetsuits and Watersport accessories specialize in custom wetsuits and wetsuit repairs. Located in Center Point, Texas, roughly 60 miles from San Antonio, owner and longtime diver, Chris Summers, tailors to each diver’s specific need. For more information, visit http://www.Terrapinwetsuits.com or call 830-226-5194.