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Bolt the Metolius Macro 2-Pack Hold Set to your wall and get ready for Coke bottle forearms.
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This is the less positive hold that comes in the set. Its not as positive as one would think and putting it on an overhang?!
Forget about it.
Get these holds; they're FANTASTIC slopers!!!
Green Macros holds are big enough to match on and great for variety on your home climbing wall!
Hold pics mounted on my home wall...
Macros cobblestone holds-green:
Great addition to Mega Sets...
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got a set of the cobblestones with my Metolius Mega Hold 60 set and it was the perfect addition for my home climbing wall...
The cobblestones are big enough to match on and set starting holds, though one of them is less dramatic as the other in regards to shape and takes some serious technique to hold on overhangs.
Great addition to any climbing wall and they are backed by backcountry.com and Metolius so you know the quality is tip top!
Don't settle for the other guys out there in the climbing hold market and spend a little extra for Metolius holds through backcountry.com. You'll like that you did. I've used other companies and they don't stand by their products and their customer service is lacking as well.
*PIC-Large green cobblestones top left in pic next to blue mini jug set by Metolius and backcountry.com
I got some of the Cobblestones, and I like em. They're bigger than I thought they'd be - big enough to match on pretty easily. They're also more positive than I thought. They are slopers, but they're not difficult holds at all when you put them in the right orientation. And yes, they come with bolts and t-nuts.
Macro Incut Edges
I bought the incut edges to add some sizable holds to my home wall. My wall is steep and steeper and these big ones make great handholds and are big enough to get both hands on comfortably. I was lacking roof holds and used the larger one to fill a gap on the steepest section. It is pretty slopey on the roof but its a great challenge for more advanced climbers. Highly recommend these holds to any level of climber due to their versatility.
What size t-nuts do these require, and do...
What size t-nuts do these require, and do they come with bolts?
You want T-Nuts with an inner diameter of 3/8" - standard for climbing walls. And yes, they do come with the bolts.