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    85 Reviews


    Tape it up.

    Cracks, flappers, and injured fingers are no problem for the Metolius Climbing Tape Roll. This classic cotton tape roll now comes in different colors so you can make a rainbow crack glove to style at the Creek, and there are friendly instructions on making gloves that you can take on and off.

    • Tape roll made for climbing cracks and aiding hurt fingers
    • Durable cotton with super sticky formula for secure taping
    • Includes thorough instruction for creating tape gloves
    • Item #MET0342

    Tech Specs

    33 ft
    Recommended Use

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    Enjoying this tape

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

    I've started the long painful process of learning crack climbing. And this tape is saving my hands from even more pain. I plan on using the rolls I bought till I'm out, and I'll probably buy some more.

    Climbing Gloves

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    When you have baby's-butt-soft-hand or your stick-clip rapidly collapses on your friend's finger, this will make you the hero of the crag. A++ tape that you might even want to use just to make it look like you send hard.

    Strong, sticky, and overall rad tape!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    While I'm not a huge outdoor climber, I have loved using this tape for both indoor and some outdoor problems. It is strong, lasts well, sticks well and doesn't stretch a ton (which is a pro in my books). Metolius did an excellent job developing this and I'm stoked to get to continue to use it! Also pro tip, use a razor and cut around the circumference of the tape to create an 0.5 inch and a 1.0 inch strip... very beneficial when taping fingers!

    Easy tape.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This tape is probably overkill for my kind of climbing, but it works great! It's also about 1.5-1.75 inches wide, I believe, but since it's easy to tear it's easy to get narrow strips.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tape definitely holds up! It is durable and I love the colors it comes in! I feel like it is so much better than just the regular white tape. Super sticky and you do not lose grip while climbing! My go to tape for sure!

    Saves the skin

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you have terrible technique and try way to hard like I do, you're pretty happy you have this stuff wrapped around your mitts saving your skin allowing you to climb longer then you otherwise would have.

    When you have to tape, this is it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Leave the grocery store athletic tape at the grocery store.

    When you're taping up to climb you want tape meant for climbing. Burly and sticky. This does both.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tape is tough and can withstand a lot of abuse before giving out. I usually get multiple sessions out of each glove I create. Also, this tape saves the day when a blister strikes! The added texture to the tape is also nice for creating some bonus friction on those jams.

    It’s for your hands.

      You can never have too much climbing tape! This metolius tape is great; sticky, easy to tear, and it protects your hands! I think the Trango Eurotape is just a little bit stickier, so I generally prefer that, but this definitely does the job!

      Which is better or do you guys prefer tape...

      Which is better or do you guys prefer tape or chalk?

      Tape and chalk serve different purposes. Tape supports ligaments and protects hands from abrasive rock. Chalk keeps the hands dry so they don't slip off of holds. So, there really isn't an answer to your question.