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Take your training to the next level with the Metolius Campus Rung Kit Six-Pack. Whether you're mounting them in your personal garage-turned-gym or clearing out old closet space, these wooden campus board rungs offer a consistent feel and help you get the vertical mileage you need to crush in the upcoming season.
  • Custom tooling provides comfortable and smooth shaping
  • Individually hand-sanded for individual feel and quality
  • Each rung features an incut side and flat side for variety in training
  • 16in length fits evenly on four-foot or eight-foot panels
  • Mounting hardware and instructions included
  • Includes 2 small, 2 medium, and 2 large rungs

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4 5

Good stuff.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are some pretty solid campus rungs, especially for the price. Very smooth and perfect width. Good job Metolius!

4 5

Intense!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The rock climbing gym I work for opened in March and ever since we are always adding new things. Recently we finished our Campus board using these rungs. I can do the large ones going up absolutely fine and I am working on going down them, we have all three sizes so I can work on them and get better but it is definitely a great tool to get your game up. Even knowing I can buy my own I have contemplated on making my own but never have the free time so I'll get this workout at the gym. Awesome tool, builds strength like no other, just be careful not to do it too much. If you are not careful and campus too often it can cause tendon damage. Otherwise happy campusing!