Rock-like feel.

Wall Type determines the required bolt length needed to pass through the hold and the climbing wall. If you are not purchasing hardware, this option doesn't matter.



These patina rock climbing holds include semi-positive pinches, dishes, jugs, and edges. A lot is going on since the designs are multi-directional.

In this set, you will find two jugs, an edge, an incut edge, and a dish pocket. 

The detailed design of these textured rock climbing holds forces you to set up on the hold rather than just slapping your hand on them. The texture you grip is mostly 1/4" deep dimples, which deliver a rock-like look and feel.

In terms of footwork, the patina design has a smooth dual-texture surface that you can't just slap your foot on. Accurate foot placement and pressure are required to keep your shoe from skating off.

At the easiest, they will yield a V5 boulder problem when set reasonably close together on a 45-degree overhanging wall.

We also have the 5 Medium Variety Patina, where the holds are smaller than this set. 

On a vertical wall, this set will feel in the V1 range.

  • SIZE: The smallest hold measures 4-3/8" wide x 3-7/8" tall x 2-1/8"standing off the wall. 
  • SIZE: The largest hold measures 5-3/4" wide x 3-3/8" tall x 2-1/8"standing off the wall. 
  • V1 on vertical walls.
  • V2/3 on 25-degree walls.
  • V5 on 45-degree walls.
  • 20 to 35-degree incuts make them challenging on angles steeper than 45 degrees.
  • Texture: Aggressive Rock-like.