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Metolius Mega Pack Hold Sets

$108.95 - $238.95

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    With packages ranging from 30 to 60 holds, the Metolius Mega Sets have all you need to fill out your home climbing wall. Foot jibs, crimpers, slopers, massive jugs, screw-ons, bolt-ons—these sets dish out serious variety to keep you stoked on training. Whether you just started your wall or it's already taken over your entire garage, you'll get what you need form the Metolius Mega Hold Sets.
    • The 30-hold set does not include the Metolius Multi-Wrench
    • Item #MET0248

    Tech Specs

    Total Number of Holds
    30, 40, 50, 60
    bolt-on, screw-on
    Recommended Use
    setting routes on your home climbing wall
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 Year

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Got this pack for the hubs for Father's Day to expand his project possibilities on our home wall. We LOVE it! Opening it was like Christmas morning! A super well rounded set with lots of great, medium sized holds, a few awesome large ones, and appropriate amount of foot chips (not like a lot of sets where half the holds you get are tiny!). We honestly kept being surprised as our daughter pulled more and more good sized holds out of the box (would the goodness never end?). A great start for a small wall or an awesome addition for a larger one! Highly recommend!

    Mostly great holds

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

    So I love the quality of the holds and they have great texture. My only complaint is that this pack came with 5 or 6 holds that were so ridiculously small that I can't really use them effectively on my overhanging backyard wall. Still great holds though and it's a good pack to get you going.

    Great starter set

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pretty good variety as long as you're building a vertical wall. I included a significant overhang and don't really have enough jugs for it. However, that's to be expected with a starter set - I'll just need to supplement with a couple jugs from somewhere. Plenty of hardware, lots of sizes, good color variety, great feeling holds. Definitely recommend!

    One of the best values

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

    I just received the 60 hold set in the mail. Everything was great except one of the macro/roof jugs had a chip broken off near the bolt hole, likely from some point in the box's travels from factory to retailer to me. I emailed customer service at Metolius over the weekend, and on Monday morning I got an email that they'd be sending me a new hold- matching my broken one by my request.

    Plus, they let me keep the broken hold, which may still be fine to climb on. They just needed pictures of the broken one for quality control and to match it. Metolius is an awesome company.

    As for the use of this set, it's the foundation set of holds for my 12' by 8' 40 degree overhung home wall. The holds are plentiful and positive enough that just from this set I already have a few full-length routes on the wall. I'm supplementing this set with the Metolius 15 mini-jug set available from Backcountry, and I think this will provide enough positive holds that I can start getting in proper training sessions.

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This set is awesome ! Totally solid professional set for a set-up of a multitude of routes . well worth the money for the quality especially for your safety (nobody likes holds breaking on them) which won't be a problem with this set from Metolius.

    Metolius 60 pack!

    Great video showing all holds before they are mounted on the home bouldering/training wall.

    Enjoy and take it from us, this is worth the slightly extra cost than other holds on the market. They come with customer service, warranties, and a name you can trust!!!

    I've used other companies in the past and they really let me down when it came to crappy holds and even worse customer service.

    Get the best-buy from Metolius/!!!

    (The video isn't self produced. I found it on YouTube. At the end it recommends purchasing from Amazon and this I DO NOT RECOMMEND because it doesn't come with's lower rates and customer service. Do yourself a favor and order from backcountry.)

    Perfect for smaller home walls....

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These mega packs come with a variety of holds in a variety of colors.

    One thing I was particularly happy about was the fact Metolius includes holds that come in similar colors and styles so one can set problems color coded, thus no tape is necessary.

    I also purchased the Macro holds from Metolius in green cobblestone and the mini roof jug sets in blue; it was perfect for my training cycle at home.

    I recommend purchasing a couple additional sets of macro holds and mini jugs for variety, but otherwise this is a great place to start.

    Great product and Metolius and backcountry stand by their products-do yourself a favor and pay a little extra for these holds that come equipped with hardware, holds you'll find in nearly EVERY gym across the country, and customer service you can't beat from both the manufacturer and backcountry alike.

    See pics below of my home climbing wall and these holds+ the additional holds I ordered with the mega pack set. EPIC!

    Perfect for smaller home walls....


      Installing right now, the 60 piece set on an 8' x 10' wall. Seem to have plenty of hold. It came with a "How to build a climbing wall" book which has provided some helpful tips. One thing to note, they recommend 100 - 200 t-nut holes per 4x8 sheet of plywood for flexibly in route setting. The big 60 pack only comes with about 45 t-nuts though, plenty for the holds provided, but not nearly enough to fill the # of holes you should have. I am ordering and would recommend purchasing additional t-nuts when putting your wall together. Perfect selection for starting out a climbing wall though!

      box of rocks

        I gave a box of rocks for a Christmas gift to my son who loves to climb. He has a wall at college, and he is currently intalling one on the stairway to the upper floor to entertain himself while he is home on break. The ones leftover will be installed outside on a wall for the nicer weather climbing when we arent out on a rock wall. Prob will be ordering a few more. Love the selection of rocks enclosed, the install is easy, directions are clear. All I need is more room to install the rocks.

        decent holds

          i first bought the 50 pack last year. the holds are lightweight, durable, and have a moderate texture. For the price, this is an awesome deal. Buy them if your thinking about starting your wall up with some pretty cool holds.

          Hi Looking to buy the 60 pack. I wanted to confirm that the tbolts are stainless steal. I am near the ocean and want to make sure they don't corrode. I also wanted to varify that the 60 pack with all the bolts is under 50 lbs (I know you said 35lbs before but I need confirmation so that a friend can bring them from the states to east africa. I also wanted to know how long till delivery if I order today. I need to confirm delivery by august 12 - is that even possible?


          Can you give me a weight limit?? Curt

          Can you give me a weight limit??


          If I upgrade from a 30 pack to a 40 pack...

          If I upgrade from a 30 pack to a 40 pack will I get more jugs? I am doing a roof and need as many jugs as possible ? It doesn't say how many jugs come in a pack.


          As you go up in size from 30 to 40 to 50 you will get a proportional increase in holds. So you will certainly get 1 and maybe even 2 additional jugs, but no more than that. If you are building up an overhang section of your wall I would recommend complementing the Metolius Mega Pack with some Metolius Roof Jug Hold Sets.

          How would the holds and hardware do outside?...

          How would the holds and hardware do outside? I'm considering a year round outside wall in the Midwest .

          they will do fine sort of. the midwest can be a really chilly place. if you're trying to change your wall in the dead of winter, you may have trouble with tighter bolts. very cold holds would stand a better chance of breaking, but it shouldn't be commonplace. if you don't change your holds for years you may have rust issues. otherwise the holds and bolts will be fine outside.

          the bigger concern is making sure you wall is built in a way that wont be affecting by thaw/freeze cycles

          I see that some of these holds require...

          I see that some of these holds require that you bolt them in to multiple Tnuts. If so, what is the standard spacing of one Tnut to the next in order that it will fit all of these holds? height, length?

          Can a climbing wall be installed on 2 x 8...

          Can a climbing wall be installed on 2 x 8 plywood and then strapped to a tree? We live in the forest and I'd like to build the wall for my grandsons.

          I want to buy this set to build a children's...

          I want to buy this set to build a children's wall. ages up to 13. can this set be any good for me?

          Planning on building a small bouldering...

          Planning on building a small bouldering wall in my basement this summer. Trying to decide how big i want the wall and which pack of holds i should buy. What is a good number for holds per square foot? I was thinking about 1 hold per sq ft. So thats would be a 30 pack per sheet of ply wood. Is this accurate? What do you guys think?

          What type of wall is needed under climbing...

          What type of wall is needed under climbing holds? 1/2 inch plywood or what??

          I plan on setting up a small climbing...

          I plan on setting up a small climbing wall/corner in the basement. It'll be about 6-8 feet wide, 7 feet high, with a corner wall about 3-4 feet with same height. Is the 30 pack plenty? Thanks

          Do these sets come with bolts or are they...

          Do these sets come with bolts or are they sold separately?

          What kind of bolts do you use for typical...

          What kind of bolts do you use for typical holds?

          I know its normally 5/16" and When I go to any fastener site I find the 5/16" bolts but, I get this weird sizing i.e.
          5/16-18x3/8 SOCKET CAP SCREW or
          5/16-24x1/2 NF SOCKET CAP SCREW

          How do I know what to get for my climbing wall?

          Best Answer

          5/16"= diameter of bolt- second #= (pitch) threads per inch - final #= length of threaded portion of the bolt, or to where the shoulder of the bolt or screw head sits flush with the surface of the material you're fastening through. NF refers to National Fine, which is why you get more threads per inch (24 versus 18).

          I don't know this product, so can't tell you what bolts to use, but it looks like there are at least a couple different sizes and types. Maybe see if you have enough included with the set itself, then if you need more, order accordingly, or take a sample down to the local hardware store for comparison. Anyhow, that's how to read the specifications on bolts. Hope it helped.

          Unanswered Question

          I am wondering what type of t-nuts (and...

          I am wondering what type of t-nuts (and how many?)this comes with, and what is the break down of numbers of and types of holds. i.e. four prong or screw on t-nuts, and number of large medium small hand holds, number of feet. How many are jibs, ect...?

          Unanswered Question

          I'm limited on space, and I'm wondering...

          I'm limited on space, and I'm wondering what's the best variety pack to get. I'm building a cave in the basement (which used to be a speak easy in the 40's & 50's, no joke), so I'm looking for the best assortment of holds and not too many jibs to make this a good set up. Thanks for your help. Great site.

          how many holds would i need to purchase...

          how many holds would i need to purchase to cover an area of 36'' across and 20'' tall?