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Pockets

Pockets

Climbing holds come in a huge variety of shapes. Many of these shapes try to mimic real rock features while others are merely for fun. Pockets are holds that have a small opening, only allowing the climber to hold them with one to three fingers. It can be shallow or deep. One fingered pockets are called monos, and are considered extremely stressful on the tendons. Finger strength must be trained in order to use them effectively. Though monos are the most dangerous, all these kind of holds load only a couple of fingers, so climbers must be careful to avoid injuring their tendons. If the edge it has a sharp radius it will feel more positive but also more uncomfortable. A smooth radius on it is generally the most comfortable to climb on.

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