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  • Metolius - Campus Rung 5-Pack - One Color

Metolius Campus Rung 5-Pack

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    Forearm fun.

    The Metolius Campus Rung 5-Pack comes in sizes suitable to strengthen any climber regardless of experience. The xxx-large option are large jugs pleasant for intermediate climbers to get a good warmup, and the smallest size is a little smaller than a fingertip for experienced trainers looking for a real pump. Metolius made all the rungs out of skin-friendly wood so you can save it for real rock.

    • Five campus rungs ideal for climbing training
    • Wood is friendly against the skin for longer workouts
    • Mounting hardware, instructions, and training guide included
    • Item #MET0345

    Tech Specs

    [xxx-large] 1.875in [xx-large] 1.75in [x-large] 1.375in [large] 1.25in [medium] 1in [small] .75in
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    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    We just built a campus board using these rungs. I know you can make them with dowels, but they are way more incut and jug-like than these rungs. I think for the price, it saves a lot of time to buy the Metolius ones. They are great--very smooth and solid, well-shaped. We were surprised to notice that if you line up 3 rungs side-by-side, the total width is just a little more than a 4 foot sheet of plywood. So I definitely recommend laying them out first, after marking the distance, before you screw them down.