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What is the average dimensions for most...
What is the average dimensions for most of these? From the picture it is hard to tell if they are small holds or not. I read one review saying that if your wall is sloped you may get mostly foot holds. But are they good for foot holds if you have a high angle wall? I am in the planning process to build a climbing wall in my attic and was not sure if I should even bother getting these.
These holds are really small. to put it in perspective those holes you see in the holds are just big enough to sit your standard drywall screw through. I would bother getting these because if you are only climbing on jugs then your footwork is going to be shot, get some footchips so you can get some practice some technical foot placement.
must have set
you ever been setting and thought "damn, i wish there was a bolt hole right here!"? that's why we have screw on holds. the pack has a great assortment of hand holds and foot holds. certainly no roof jugs though. and if all you got is a 45 wall, you'll probably mostly get feet out of this. it's easy enough to over torque these and split 'em (especially with an impact driver), so be careful.
Is it hard enough for ya?
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought these for our local climbing gym in Kyrgyzstan. Up until that time, they had never had holds that small. We immediately had diabolical crimper routes all over the place. Don't buy these if you are looking for massive jugs. These are for the tougher guys (and gals).
Do you need to buy T-nuts or screws with...
Do you need to buy T-nuts or screws with this or does the package come with them?
comes with everything you need except plywood.
Nice Crimpers, many similars
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I like the holds a lot. They are great for setting sexy crimper routes. The only issue I have is that a lot of them are pretty much the same hold over and over. I was hoping for more variety in the actual hold design, especially among the blue and yellow colored holds. I have 5 yellow holds that are exactly the same thing. I have 7 blue holds that are very very similar to each other.
Other than that the pack really is a lot of holds for the money. I bought the Metolious 60 pack (it included a lot of jugs and bigger holds) for $120 so it was nice getting 40 more hold for only $35.
Hi there! Do you have the dimensions of...
Hi there! Do you have the dimensions of these individual holds? 'bout how many inches tall and wide are they? Thanks!
We are turning a room in our house into a bouldering pit, and these just add to the fun. They are really, really small, but will be great for crimping, or for foot holds. pictures to come soon on this project!
Great Addition to a home climbing wall
I got these for my garage bouldering wall and they are exactly what I wanted and needed. There were a few places I could not put t nuts but wanted some foot holds and also a few spots i wanted some micro crips. These were perfect. Awesome product comes with everything you need.
can this holds work for children up to 13...
can this holds work for children up to 13 years?
These holds are very small. They'll work for kids up to 13, if those kids have some massive finger strength. I would sugest some larger holds for children.
Does this pack come with all the pieces...
Does this pack come with all the pieces shown? I want to make a climbing wall in my garage (2car, 25ft. high) and was wondering if this would be enough or if I should buy more? Also, do I need special boards or if I can simply screw them into the studs in the wall?
Yeah, but these are pretty small holds. Unless you want to make a mad awesome crimp wall, I suggest picking up some jugs and larger stuff (though, they're way more expensive). I think the best way to do it is to throw in a frame of 2x4s and slap on 3/4 inch plywood (real stuff, not particle board). Happy climbing! I hope your gym turns out well :)