A full pad incut edge suitable for a hang board or a system wall. Great for a beginner hang board as an intro to crimping or for some power endurance pull down action in your next system session.
Sold as a set of 2.
This is a sloper edge. It lends itself to open handed training rather than crimping. Great for a hang board. This hold is extremely hard to use on a system wall.
Sold as a set of 2.
Rounded and smooth, this deeply incut edge is perfect for both hang boards and system walls. It feels like a mini jug on a hang board to the experienced climber. It has plenty of incut to system train on.
A straight designed edge. Perfect for both hang boards and system walls. A good choice to train open hand strength with.
Very similar to Crimper/Edge #4 except it is designed to be just a little bit harder to hold by angling down the edge you hold on to. You can train both crimp strength and open handed strength on them. I train open handed a lot so that my hands can take a higher volume of training load which is why this hold is one of my favorites.
Certainly not a traditional crimper. Ergonomic for your hand so it is comfortable. This hold will challenge an intermediate level climber on a hang board. This is an advanced hold for system walls.
A great two sided crimper. One side is a sloper crimper suitable for a strong intermediate or advanced climber. The second side offers just a little bit more. For the climber that wants to hang until failure, this is a great choice.
As far as small edges go, this simple yet functional edge is great for hang boards. The shorter width of this hold teaches you to share the hold for all your fingers by squishing them together or by stacking. This is an advanced level hold on system walls.
An incut version of Crimper/Edge #8. Great to train thumb crimping on. Works well on system walls for the intermediate to advanced level climber.
This set offers a friendly, rounded radius on the lip of the edge. The golden ticket to comfortable pulling when it comes to edges. The extra depth of incut give your fingers plenty of room to dig into making these the "go to" holds for steep terrain.
Crimper Edge #10 is the more positive feeling hold when compared to Crimper Edge #11.
Crimper Edge #11 is less positive than Crimper Edge #10.