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Metolius Simulator 3D Backcountry Fingerboard

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    What happens when climbers get techy.

    By utilizing a high-tech, CAD/CAM computer design, Metolius was able to integrate a massive variety of holds on the Simulator 3D Backcountry Fingerboard. These holds include slopers and jugs at the top, a variety of different sized crimps, and some truly nasty finger pockets at the bottom. Its computer design also made the fingerboard bend into a broad arc that tapers outward and downward for better ergonomics, forearm clearance, and reduced injuries. Metolius included some mounting hardware as well as comprehensive instructions for a quick and easy setup, and the training guide can turn the weakest of fingers into beast fingers in no time. Backcountry.com integrated its own colors onto this fingerboard so you can train with goatworthy style.

    • Backcountry Exclusive
    • CAD/CAM designed
    • Massive variety of holds
    • Mounting hardware included
    • Comprehensive instructions and training guide
    • Item #MET000Y

    Tech Specs

    Dimensions
    28 x 8.75 in
    Recommended Use
    training
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Fantastic! but you gotta use chalk

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought the hangboard + backboard package that doesn't seem to be available on this site anymore. But the hangboard is quite nice, and I was very excited to finally hang it up. I chose to hang it up outdoors by a wooden cleat system, that way I could take it down and indoors to prolong its life. I am happy with how I have it hung, and the board itself looks great.

    I originally was unhappy with how grippy the board was. It seemed a bit slick, and no matter what I did, I would slide right off the slopers. I finally got around to getting some chalk, and it made all the difference. Can't wait to keep training on it!

    Fantastic! but you gotta use chalk

    Build strength

      Trying to rebuild strength after a hand surgery and this board does great! Already seeing improvement. It comes with mounting hardware and was easy to put up. Lots of good variations of exercises, from the board configuration, to get the hands and arms burning. It will be great to still work out all winter and be ready to rock climb again come spring.

      Train your fingers!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      When I think about finger training what comes to mind first is pain. Yes, it is painful to finger train you hands. But it is also essential in progressing as a rock climber. With strong hands you will find more endurance on harder routes or boulder problems. You will also prevent injury and keep yourself climbing in the long run without having to take breaks from a torn tendon.



      With this finger board you have a plethora of ways to arrange your fingers so that you can deadhang or pull up. It is easy to mount and comes with all the hardware and instructions needed. You will need a backboard to mount first and we do sell the backboard/fingerboard combo here: http://www.backcountry.com/metolius-simulator-3d-backcountry-fingerboard-backboard-combo?rr=t



      Happy climbing!

      When you mount this to a wall, do you have to attach it to wood, before the wall, or can you put it directly onto the wall?