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Trainingstone Flat Crimps

P2248Z16226
$50.21

Bleaustone Flat Crimps are the most technically challenging of the crimps in the range. Designed so that the crimp's edge is perfectly perpendicular to the wall's surface.

Ideal for vertical walls (0 degrees) on walls greater than 15 degrees will become more difficult - making them ideal for training crucial crimp-strength.

There are two central holds: one with a concave profile, the other with a convex profile: Two left and two right-handed holds, marked L and R, respectively.

They can be either bolted or screwed on to the climbing wall.

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Bleaustone Flat Crimps are the most technically challenging of the crimps in the range. Designed so that the crimp's edge is perfectly perpendicular to the wall's surface.

Ideal for vertical walls (0 degrees) on walls greater than 15 degrees will become more difficult - making them ideal for training crucial crimp-strength.

There are two central holds: one with a concave profile, the other with a convex profile: Two left and two right-handed holds, marked L and R, respectively.

They can be either bolted or screwed on to the climbing wall.

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Tony Bis
Tony Bis
May 17, 2016

After spending a reasonable amount on funky holds for my home wall, I've really gone back to basics. The Bleaustone Training range are just this. They all feel skin and tendon friendly. The moves are very basic, and perfect for training either strength or endurance. I have these on a 30 degree wall. I can deadhang two of these crimpers fine, but really need control and core strength to move onto and off these. I climb 7c routes and 7A boulders. At those kind of grades these are ideal on a 30 degree wall.

Currently I have a liberal sprinkling of screw ons for feet. The smaller the better as it forces good footwork. Jugs for warming up (Bleaustone are good, but there are others). I have the 30/15 slopers (most of which are turned upside down). The 30 degree crimps. I find these good for working long powerful moves. Turned upside down they form a really tough undercut. I have the 0 degree highprofile pinches. The wide ones are fine, but the thin ones are very hard at this angle. I haven't gone for the pockets, but think that they would be a good addition. The other holds that I recommend is the Core training range. I have a few Core limestone/fontainebleau/granite holds but these get much less use and feel more specialized.

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