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Due to the ease and convenience of quickly selecting, placing, and removing cams, and with their superior performance in parallel cracks, cams are the staple of the modern day crack climbing rack.
Your rope is your lifeline and, when it comes to climbing, it's arguably the most important piece of safety gear. So, it makes sense to know what you need out of a rope. In this article we discuss the key features, decision points, and end uses when selecting your next rope.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned rock jock, climbing shoes have the biggest impact on your performance and enjoyment on the rock. It’s the only thing you can pay for that can automatically make you a better climber.
Crash pads are for landing on. Once upon a time, hardcore boulderers just used a dirty rag as a landing zone. After a few hectic falls and broken hips, the climbers of lore realized that padding might be nice to have on the ground. Things have advanced a bit since then.
At a certain point in our climbing careers, skin management becomes an issue. Maybe we’ve been going after the big proj in the boulder field too many days in a row or maybe we’ve just been smashing our hangs into wide 3’s and have massive gobies on the back of our hands. Here we’re going to talk about how best to deal with these issues and maybe even get that extra edge that lets us pull just a tiny bit harder.