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So Ill Holds Starter Kit Bolt-On - 53-Pack


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    6 Reviews


    • Item #SIH0001

    Tech Specs

    Ultra Bomber urethane
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    climbing training
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Good starter set, but could be better

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Nice holds to fill in a blank wall. Great choices for feet, crimps, and finger jugs.

    The holds did not come cleaned (i.e. the bolt holes were still covered in a thin layer of the hold material). I tried my best at cleaning them but now some of my bolts are stuck in the hold because of the material left behind. Also a few holds came already cracked.

    I wonder if this could be a collection of holds that didn't meet their standards.

    Good part of a start

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Chris Danielson, who sets for some of the pretty major comps out there, suggested this set as a complement to a broader array of Tekniks holds that I picked up as well when I built my garage woody. Really, really nice mix of feet, edges and jugs. Nothing huge, nothing that's going to just blow your skirt up, but a really, really solid collection of holds to get you going in the right direction. If you've got holds now and you're looking for stuff to add, don't go this direction; but if you're putting up a woody and you're looking at starter sets (and you should be super-selective if you are), this is one true value.

    A good one

      love the footchips because they can be used as handholds for crimps or twisted in a way that makes useless for your hands. I set routes on an Entreprise crafted wall, which means the wall isn't flat and we have to crank down on these guys pretty hard, they undergo a lot of stress, and in the past 3 years I don't remember a single one breaking, so I don't know what Kendall is talking about. I'd say a pretty solid assortment with beginner to intermediate level holds

      Pretty Good Set

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      For the price and the variety this is a pretty good set. I was hesistant at first given the review about the holds splitting when being tightened, but I have not had any issues. My only complaint would be a lack of intermediate/hard holds, but I guess thats why its called a start bolt-on kit. Overall great variety at a good price.

      Look great, lasted one season

        i work at a summer camp and a previous staff member bought these holds to use on an outdoor wall. Our wall is make of wood with basic t-nuts, and we would constantly get spinning holds with this set while our 10 year old holds would work just fine. I didnt really think anything of it until I would try to tighten the holds to the wall and they would crack in half, making them unusable. Almost 50% of the holds we bought are now broken in some way after 2 months of use. I would not recommend these holds and next time I will definitely buy a much sturdier hold set.

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        Do these come with bolts? If so, are they indoor or outdoor? I'm afraid of rust.

        How would these attach to plywood?


        To install these holds, you must drill holes (with a 7/16" drill bit) through the plywood, then pound a T-Nut into the back side of the hole you just drilled. Then, simply slide a bolt through the hold you wish to install, place it over the drilled hole with T-Nut installed, and tighten it up with an allen wrench.

        The best way to place these holds is to draw a grid on the plywood, and drill a hole at each line intersection. The last wall I made had a 7" x 7" grid and it yielded 100 holes per 4'x8' sheet of plywood.