Our Wooden Hangboard Design Goals
- Uncompromised climbing training versatility at home and on the way!
- Amazing look! Amazing feel! Amazing price!
Put together from 7 distinct segments you can re-arrange different setups depending on your progress. The segments can be put apart to use with a rope, as a portable hangboard, or fixed to the wall as a fixed wooden hangboard. Currently, we have 3 types of segments with 11 different grip types:
- Jug segment
- Sloper 30° segment
- Sloper 20° segment
Training at home
Everyday climbing practise no matter how small adds up! With 30 minutes a day in a few weeks you can upgrade our strength and bump up a whole grade! Just do 30 minutes every day for 30 days to check how much you’ve progressed. Hangboards are an essential part of climbing training material.
Training on the way
Do not lose shape while you are on the way or travelling. Just pick two of the segments of the boards with you which is very compact and weights are under a kilo along with a small rope to hang it and you are back on track training.
Boost your grades
It’s all about keeping the routine and work even if it looks there is no progress. Work hard every day with no excuses and you will progress. If you have to stay at home or you are on the way get on your hangboard and work for 15 minutes. It’s fun!
Made of beautiful wooden hangboard tender to your skin.
Targeted at the beginner climbers or warming up this segment has 20mm rounded sloper hold at the top along with a nice and deep 37mm hold to get you going. There is also a 17mm hold at the bottom for when you get more comfortable hanging or you’ve progressed to that point.
Sloper 20° segment
Targeted on medium and advanced climbers this segment has 26mm, 18mm and 16mm. Make sure you are well warmed up before you get on with the edges. On top there is a 20° where you can train your grip on slightly slippery holds.
Sloper 30° segment
Targeted on medium and advanced climbers this segment has 28mm and 14mm hold. Make sure you are well warmed up before you get on with the edges. On top there is a 30° where you can train your grip on very slippery holds. Put on more chalk if you are hanging there.