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Rope climbing can require a lot of gear depending on your chosen discipline, but the building blocks of all your climbing systems link back to the harness you choose. Each season the Climb On Buying Team selects the best designed harnesses from the leading manufacturers across all the climbing disciplines. Currently, we have over 30 options for you to choose from. This review focuses on 6 of the best harnesses available for the 2022 season ranging from pure lightweight performance options suitable for redpoint attempts to all-around harnesses suitable for anything from multi-pitching to training in the gym.
Sport climbing only requires a few key pieces of gear; shoes, harness, belay device, draws, chalk and most essentially a rope. This review focusses on six of the best available for the 2021 season. The Climb On buying team select the best designed ropes from the leading manufacturers for all the climbing disciplines but always bring in sport climbing speciality ropes. This review looks at a selection of ropes from pure performance lines suitable for red point attempts to thicker work horses suitable for dogging and top-roping.
Every spring the latest bouldering shoes hit the shelves with claims of better performance, new technologies and amazing designs. We have hand selected six of the best new products to arrive in 2021 and have headed out bouldering to test these shoes. Our testers are all accomplished climbers and gear-heads who have provided honest opinions. Here are the top six shoes for bouldering compared in an easy-to-use format.
Comparing climbing hangboard options for building finger strength. The top 6 fingers boards for training compared in an easy-to-use format.