CLIMBING HOLDS by ICP
Biggest Brands In Fibreglass, PU and Wooden Holds
With a passion for wood volumes, Dimension set out to manufacture the best shapes in the world. Working out of Canada, they have become an official supplier of USA Climbing.
Now part of the Escape Climbing family, Kingdom Climbing rose to prominence through the Psicobloc overwater climbing series. Simple designs equate to cheaper holds.
Tension Climbing make all manner of wooden products for the climbing world. Timber holds are much easier on the skin with Tension holds being non-toxic and chemical free.
Train To Climb
As the name suggests, this is all about training to climb better. Bilateral strength and eliminating weak patterns in movement are just some of the things a Train To Climb System can help a climber improve.
With over 10 years of hold sculpting experience, Urban Plastix have had many successes over the years, including their iconic Tremors and Stealth sets.
Creating memorable climbs is part of what drives the team at Grizzly Holds. With appearances on the Grip List, Grizzly have a wide range of holds that are well priced and easy to set with.
Climbing Hold Materials
Fibreglass Holds and Volumes
Modern fibreglass is a great material for climbing holds. Light and strong, it’s the perfect choice for perfect climbs. The weight benefits mean you’ll often find larger holds or volumes in this material.
Wooden Holds and Volumes
Natural wood holds are great for training, and some climbers prefer the feel of timber. These days volumes are being used for climbing all over, not just extending out parts of the wall.
Polyurethane and Polyester Holds
Polyester holds were around before polyurethane, and you’ll find it’s a firmer material. With polyurethane came holds that were softer, less dry, and less likely to crack under pressure.
Resource Hub | Top 5 Tips for Maintaining Your Climbing Holds
We know how to look after holds so they last you as long as possible. Want to know the right way to clean, the right temperatures to look out for, and how to use your holds so they wear evenly? They’re just some of the topics we cover.
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