If you are looking to become a better climber, complete harder routes, improve your strength, and make your climbs look effortless - look no further.
✔️ CLIMB HIGHER - Do you ever find yourself in the middle of a climb, too tired to keep on going? Yet, somebody else can do the same route without skipping a beat? Get your strength and stamina up by training only a few minutes a day.
✔️ PERSONAL TRAINER - With a wide variety of holds, you can improve on just about anything you want. If you think you're lacking in back, arm, forearm, or finger strength, you can work on it all! And if you are just starting out and want some guidance - reach out to us, and one of our experts will give you a personalized training plan.
✔️ EASY INSTALL - Our hangboard comes with the screws you need to mount it. Align it with the studs in the wall, or use a plywood backer to mount it anywhere you want.
Great hang board, solid grip and build. I’m lovin it like McDonald’s in this mf.
It took me a while to hang this up because sometimes I just get lazy, but I finally used it and it’s awesome! Great depth to make hanging and pull ups challenging but not impossible. Lots of versatility with different holds and the screws are very secure. 10/10 would recommend.
Good build, get value for money,Most of these cost around twice as muchComes with a good set of tools for installationI feel it’s a bit too heavyGood workout for beginners in climbing for finger strength
Taking my climbing to the next level. It's especially important to keep up the training with winter coming and the short days. Hangboard is solid and versatile with many different hold options.
This hangboard is just what I was looking for. The variety of holds spans the range, from a full hand grip to a two-finger hold that's one finger-joint deep. I'm currently able to do pullups off the holds halfway through the difficulty range, and will continue working my way down to the harder holds.One complaint - no mounting instructions. Luckily, all hangboards mount the same so I found instructions online and this wasn't an issue, but it would've been nice to see a few pointers. After my research, I made a frame from 2x4's that I screwed to my garage doorway studs, then I put a plywood backer board on it and screwed the hangboard into that. Attached pic shows this setup.