Did you know Gun Tote’n Mamas’ (GTM Original) website now has an interactive shopping tool? Yep, they just took online shopping to the next level! It’s like something straight out of the Jetsons.
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When a GTM bag is selected on the website, the new interactive shopping tool allows customers to see it in relation to a cell phone, water bottle, sunglasses and even a human body with customizable height and pant size. Keep reading to find out how super easy and fun it is.
Step 1: Find a GTM bag you are interested in. I know it’s difficult to choose just one, but you have to start somewhere. Select the blue “see bag size” button.
Step 2: Hover your cursor over the female form on the page until a pant size and height bar appear. Adjust those to your specifications. Now, you have an idea what this specific GTM bag would look like if you carried it. The new interactive shopping tool also is a great resource for finding a purse for a gift. Just adjust the sliding bars to your friend’s size and shop away.
Step 3: I don’t know about you, but I carry different size purses depending on my plans for the day. I like to use the part of interactive shopping tool that compares the dimensions of my chosen purse to an iPhone 12, water bottle or sunglasses. It helps me decide how much I can carry inside.
Step 4: If you want some purse suggestions, that’s also available. From your computer, scroll through the left side of the window to see those other options from GTM.
On your Smart phone, these same suggestions are available when you scroll across the bottom.
When you hit an “enter” or “return” button on your computer, a box appears with the following extra instructions.
For those using a computer, there’s also a feature on the left side that allows you to zoom in and out of the graphic by using a sliding bar.
Now, if you haven’t already, head on over to the GTM website, and start your shopping. It’s almost as fun as playing video games and it’s sure to make holiday gift giving easier. I wonder what’s next? At this point I think we are only a few steps away from Jane Jetson’s dress selector.