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Wood

Wood
Wood was another early hold-making material, mainly because it was inexpensive and easy to carve into various shapes. We can still use it today in various forms for homemade and commercially produced handholds. Wooden holds are usually smooth and pleasant to grab, though they are difficult to wash and splintering may become a problem with age. In recent years wooden holds have made a resurgence, with many companies offering wooden holds. These are usually used for steep training boards, though some climbing walls do use wooden holds alongside their resin holds. Wooden holds are the perfect complement slats on campus. They allow for diversity training and introduce a variety of used grip. They can also provide independent grips on the climbing wall. Accordingly polished wood provides a comfortable workout for the skin, the optimal shape of the holes and crimps provides an ergonomic position of the fingers. Make your training safe and fun!

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