Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Two reviews!!

Two reviews in a matter of days, the world has gone crazy I tell you... CRAZY

 Blue-Pill Climbing from Germany sent us some sweet screw on holds to play with... we set hard with these little guys
Read the review HERE

Real rock holds... basically drilled rock from Select Agents... go and read the good and the bad below

Read the review HERE


October 2016: Go check out Decoy holds, Code holds, Working Class, Scout, Unleashed and Bavaria Holds





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Review > Blue-Pill Climbing > Spax One

Hailing from Blaubeuren, Germany, Blue Pill is the brain child of Johannes Kielmann and Jospeh Wetzel, both of them are routesetters and shapers that seem to be multi talented. These guys also have a company called Kletter Kultur (Translation: Climbing Culture) which is a routesetting business that looks after setting / cleaning and all the ins and outs that us routesetters all love

So... these guys seems to be pretty well set up... and as it seems to be the case of late, these routesetters turned their attention to what they were using to set and then started a company

We were contacted as we normally are to see if we'd want to play with some of their holds; Noodles being a lovely little Euro boy that he is always wants to see holds from Europe, jumped at the chance (and he's the boss so the rest of us didn't have a choice)... we're pretty glad he jumped at the holds we recieved

NOW... lets look at the holds quickly and then Noodles can make a small admission to what he did:

Blue Pill Spax One

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Monday, May 22, 2017

Review > Select Agents > Real Rock

Select Agents Inc.
Nick here: A mutual friend friend set us up with this review for Todd Joyal. Oddly enough, we had never heard of Select Agents, and Select Agents hadn't heard of us!

We thought we knew everyone in the industry :p guess we learn something new everyday:) Our mutual friend brought Todd on board for a review. Todd is the owner of Select Agents Inc. who manufactures climbing holds made from real rock. Select Agents uses all types of rock to manufacture their holds. If you have a particular stone you wish to have on your wall, Todd will be more than happy to accommodate you. Needless to say, this review is going to be different in a lot of ways. Different good, different bad ? Well we will let you decide ;)

We got these back around winter 2016, and they have been at the Wall Nuts Climbing Gym in St. John's, Newfoundland ever since. They have spent majority of their time on the wall through several resets, needless to say, we have had a lot of time to thoroughly put these holds through the ringer to see how they hold up, and their pros and cons. Select Agents sent us a variety of different holds made from Canadian Shield Granite out of Northwestern Ontario. They sent us seven holds.

The 6 holds survived over a year with an 18V impactor that we used to set them with, the same force we would use on any other product. We didn't handle them with any special care either because we want to treat holds the same as much as possible.  We dropped them from the top of our ladders onto Crash Pad like any other hold; they held up pretty well.

None of the meatier holds broke yet. We will keep you posted. There will always be some space on the wall for real rock, especially in the bowels of the winter season. Lets see how long they last :)

Our set with One Years Worth of Traffic (Never been Cleaned)

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Review > StickyRock.com > 15 Incut Pinch Set

Lets get this one out quickly; yes there is a Synrock logo but these holds are from StickyRock whose website isn't ready yet. But you know Synrock, that's owned by Mr Jim Bowers and this is his new company... we've reviewed his holds many many times and sometimes the reviews are good sometimes and this is way in the past, way way in the past before he perfected his products they have been so-so

Now we'll say this is a different company and a different type of product that's has similar design calls to his older products but at the same time its different... so lets get rolling and see what we're talking about

A 15 incut pinches, fairly normal.... bolt hole in the middle and you know you bolt them to a wall and away you go; again nothing strange going on here. It seems that this is just a normal set of climbing holds, pretty much the same as what Jim has made before, but if you assumed that then you'd be wrong. Very wrong; lets take a closer look:
Do you see it?

No neither do we! Apparently these holds are carbon-ceramic composite which makes them stronger, no we don't understand it either... Chris was the first one to call BS on that so we did some research and you can buy this stuff easily and cheaply to add to pretty much anything that you can mix it into. We wonder at what made StickyRock think about even trying this...

But it is a new mix and it is better than what has come before. So lets talk about the holds themselves...

Like anything Synrock / Petrogrips that came before these holds when you touch them on a wall (we have one here) they actually feel cooler then the other holds you have, we'd say probably around 5 degrees cooler and they do feel like rock, in-fact the texture of these holds is probably the most sandstone like texture out there; which means your skin doesn't get nailed as much as you'd think it would which is a huge plus

Let look at something else...

This new mix for StickyRock is actually stronger than before, this is also true, Jim's holds in the past had to be handled like a prized religious relic because if you dropped them they would chip quite badly. These holds don't! They're actually really really strong
They're so good that they don't even seem to take chalk or rubber, and Noodles points this out in the review video, its actually surprising how much some of the footholds got used and didn't actually take rubber. Lets put this into context, we (everyone that climbs here) uses old and new shoes, both are likely for one reason or another, will leave a rubber smear on footholds... 2 months in these holds have barely any rubber deposits... so little it deserves a picture!
Yes that's an actual hold that was used on a wall for two months as a foot on many many routes and the rubber build up is so minimal it's surprising considering the grip that they actually give when you're bearing weight onto them

So lets look at chalk build up; this is one of the start holds that was on the wall for the same amount of time and WAS NEVER BRUSHED
Again this is an actual hold from a real World test! That is the right hand start hold where everyone has chalked up before they hit the route... yup lets face it it is pretty phenomenal!

Before we continue you should watch this video with (fat) Noodles (it was after Xmas) talks about the holds

Now you've watched that lets talk about the route and a few more things;
  1. This route is almost the same as a route that Noodles want's to repeat from way back when on some E-Grips holds. These holds were the perfect training aid to work the moves again before trying that route again... bare in mind that the E-Grips are 1/3rd the depth of these holds
  2. We made sure that the holds were used in many other routes and were never brushed by anyone because we really wanted to see how this new composite mix fared up against normal plasitc
  3. We never had to re-tighten these holds, despite the lack of set screw hole
  4. We'll talk about 3 below in our comments and overall build
  5. We did throw these holds around and used them at a comp and they came back looking like new, a few scuffs but no chips
It seems that Jim has actually found a mix that will work within a commercial setting and we're happy for him... we've given him some grief over the years and each time he has come back with a better product time and time again. This of course comes with some caveat's that we'll address in our comments below 

We did exactly the same testing we'd normally do for any holds and then more because we're horrible people :) and we can't complain, we will, but you know what, these holds are great, they're better than expected, sure they don't look as polished as other companies offerings but they do the job and they do it well. Probably better than some stuff from some big companies and that's what pains us a little

Jim, genius that he is, doesn't do holds, Jim does Jim and the holds are the result. IF he shaped something like the Artline Fonts... HELL any font series with this texture, with this mixture then they would be the best Font shapes on the planet because other than actual rock these are the best feeling sandstone holds around. Sure they'd be heavy, sure they may scuff up a little but you'd forgive that because of the way that they felt when you climbed on them

That is one thing that we're certain of; we buy holds and train on holds because of the feel. Look at the wall in Noodles office, it's StickyRock, some Teknik and Wataaah holds; nothing else makes the grade for what he wants to do right now and that says a lot. When you buy holds you should ask a setter or a reviewer what they have on their wall because they will always "these holds" but they'll always be able to tell you why they have those holds... what you want to see if what they've brought and thrown away or don't use, that bucket of holds tells a story and that story is what to not buy! People have come past the wall and talked to us online looking for something cheap and cheerful for their wall our answer of late has been this new mix and shapes from StickyRock

Let's wrap up this part; StickyRock are a little heavy but if I had a home wall then I'd buy them because of the price...

Oh yeah... the price


Very cheap; these holds are $14 for 15 holds including bolts

Yup cheap, durable and shipping is $6 in a flat rate box across the US

You will have to try very hard to beat that price


These holds will go to 30 degrees with ease and to 45 if you're feeling super strong, considering these holds are mainly incut squares then you have many options if you spin the holds around a little

  • Number of holds: 15
  • Type (Bolt / Screw Ons): Bolt
  • Price per hold (set price divided by number of holds): $14 / 15 = 0.93 cents per hold
  • Color: Light pink
  • Bolt placement: Middle
  • Sanding: Ok
  • Hollow backed: No
  • Soft back (Rubber backed): No
  • Texture: Sandstone
  • Set size: Small
  • Versatility: Good
  • Pre-drilled screw holes: No
  • Shaper: Jim Bowers
  • Weight: TBC
  • Where can you get them: http://stickyrock.com/ 
These holds have great texture that's what they have in spades, these holds are probably the best feeling real rock holds currently on the market. Not because of their shaping but because of the material that they're made from. As we speak about in our comments these shapes are very simple, they're four sided squares with various degrees of incut edges... they're simple but most small shapes generally end up being like that... NOW if we dream a little... if this material was poured or shaped into something that most people consider a climbing hold, not that these aren't holds, but something with more "form" to it like for instance The Boss from Pusher then, well wow, they'd be heavy but they would be just amazing. The grip and texture would be second to none, because these holds have a positive texture where most other holds have a negative texture, it's different for sure and it would yield some crazy feeling holds... like FONT holds

The addition of a set screw on larger shapes (and the smaller ones) from StickyRock is something that would be welcomed for sure, we never had a hold (of any size) spin but they could probably do with it in the end. The reason that these holds don't spin is because they don't seem to expand or contract like urethane (urethane creeps over time) or resin with temperature changes. The other reason that these holds don't spin is because they are super stiff and they transfer all of the force from the bolt to the wall. (We mention the set screw because we do have some larger shapes on the wall for a later review)

They are cool to the touch no matter the weather (if we take into account the "old" mix then those holds never span either).. sanding is minimal which gives a slight recess to the back of the holds so this also explains why they don't spin, because they "suck" into the wall a little

Weight is also an issue, these holds are heavy for their size; but again ceramic composite is always going to be heavy... think old skool resin holds and that's pretty much what you're looking at weight wise. Of course these holds couldn't have been hollow backed because they're too small but larger shapes made from the same material could probably do with some 

On the color front, the website doesn't show this, but there are color options available. You'll never get a color matched green to what is the industry standard but you can get most basic colors if you ask for it, the one color that will always match is white. People that have brought these holds for gym use generally use just StickRock holds for routes and they don't mix between ceramic and plastic because they feel so different

You get what you pay for and you're paying very little for these holds, they're functional and they climb very well. We have some of the larger sets and it's the same story... they're very good if a little simple... basic is good most of the time

If you order six boxes of holds that come in the flat rate USPS boxes then there is a discount

Will Jim every make a set of Font holds with this mix? We don't know, but we hope so!

Carbon-ceramic composite

USPS Flat rate box crammed full of holds

Let me talk about "Number 3" from above quickly.
We, I, Us, have spent so many years harping on about set screw holes and adding set screw holes to holds in every review, currently with this set of holds it's like an elephant in the room and he's drunk :(

All holds need pre-drilled set screw holes whether they need them or not, in our test case we heated the room, opened the balcony door when it was -25 outside for hours to see what would happen. These holds didn't spin


These holds if they were ever to be used in a commercial setting NEED set screw holes, they need to have a screw... not because they necessarily need them but because the insurance of the gym owners need it because that's what their policy says. A spinner where someone gets hurt means that they could pursue legal action...people sue people, people are stupid... if the hold has a set screw and cannot spin then you don't have a problem

I don't want to let Jim and StickyRock off lightly, but man I love these holds! They're simple, they're clean and sure they could do with some TLC but they work and when I look away from the weight of them and look at the cost I can't complain

But I will, it's what I'm not paid for :)

We said it above but I'd like to reinforce what we said, these holds are the best we've seen from Jim... he's getting better and better... now if he sat down and sculpted a set of Font / Sandstone holds that "looked" like the other holds available on the market but used this material then you'd find me climbing to the highest point locally and you'd hear me scream about it... (you'd probably see that here as well)

I'm incredibly proud of these holds, not because of what we've said in past reviews about Jims products, and not because what we've said about other products but because Jim has read everything we've said and just ignored it and he'll continue to ignore it because Jim is Jim, Synrock is Synrock and StickyRock will be StickyRock

I can and will complain until the cows come home about weight and all the other stuff but Jim is going to ignore me and Jim will continue doing what he does

He makes functional holds that are cheap and now it seems are strong... oh yeah and you can get them in colors.

I like em and I love Jim

Right; I've seen Noodles break old holds with his hands, I've seen him throw boxes in videos out of windows, I've seen him to terrible terrible things to holds. Did I ever think that I'd see the day when he said he liked these holds?

No sir I did not!

In the past, way back when, I remember a video clip that was never shown where he called some of Jim's old holds a "disco penis and vagina"... yup I have the clip, I've also seen him break some of Jims holds that were cracked with his hands.

That was a long long time ago and times have moved on!

These holds remind me of HP40 (google it if you don't know) and I know that the texture reminds Noodles of Southern Sandstone in the UK, these holds despite their I'll call it... lack of form are great. We're all used to urethane out of the mold shapes and StickyRock is something that is simple, a little rough (and they're getting more refined it seems) around the edges but they do climb really well

I'll echo Noodles where if this mix was actually poured out of a mold like some big companies (and these do come out of a mold) like say Kilter, if Ian Powell shaped a hold and poured it with this mix then you know it'd be an amazing holds and I guess that's what we're trying to get at.... these holds are the best we've seen from Jim and StickyRock, they are recommended for all home wall owners whether they are on a budget or not because they're good holds and if the rest of the lines are anything like this then hats off, great job, these holds are cheap and are stronger than before and THEY CLIMB REALLY WELL

But, if you poured this mix into a mold from again the Kilter Sandstone line they you'd have the best sandstone holds on the market. You'd have the set screw hole and you'd have all the bells and whistles you'd want but with a little more weight but we'd let that slide... you'd have some of the best feeling holds on the planet

Jim will probably get around to this

Imagine the Teknik NKR1 with this feel and coolness to the touch, our minds, my mind runs amok that's for sure

If I had a home wall then my base before I brought anything else would be this companys holds because of price

And no we're not going soft, they still need refinement and they need a set screw hole... what we're saying is that there is potential here... more than we'd even have considered before. Jim / StickyRock / Petrogrips (we have a long memory) / Synrock, whatever you want to call yourself  these holds are great!

  • Price
  • Ship in a flat rate USPS box to keep cost down
  • Bolts included, not extra
  • Don't take on rubber residue or chalk
  • Weight
  • Basic colors only
  • This new material really calls for some Font style holds... 

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Friday, December 30, 2016

Review > Binary > True Grit 1 & 2 and Almost Triangle

It's pretty unusual that a climbing hold company flies under our radar! Binary is one such company that for some reason we missed until someone who was stoked on their products brought them to our attention... they managed to get away with almost 2 years of hold making before we got some of their shapes and started to do what we do...

And you know what we do :)

We have three sets for you this time True Grit 1 & 2 and Almost Triangles

The True Grit's are part of the Grit Series that Binary Holds produces and the Almost Triangles are part of the Waves series...

Binary have started making holds to allow route-setters to focus on the movements that the climber is being asked to execute rather than have fancy crazy looking shapes.. and we think you know where we stand on that, simple is generally better when it comes to climbing... of course it depends upon the person that is setting and or the person that is holding the budget when it comes to actually ordering shapes

Normally we'd post some of the rest of the line ups here but their website doesn't have an option to see holds by their series... but a little digging and a download of their order form allowed us to pull up some info for you to digest...

The Wave Series consists of four sets that totals 15 holds, Tsunami (2), Almost Triangle (3), Over Easy (5) and Nemesis (5) and the True Grit Series has 40 holds, True Grit 1&2 (10 holds), Grit Edge (5), Grit sloper (5) Grit Bits (10) and just added Grit Pinches (10)...

There are 670 shapes split over 170 sets and kicking in at an average MSRP of $63 CDN which translates to sub $50 USD per set (footholds included to the number is off)

If you stop and peruse their site you can see that there is a pretty good range of simple clean looking shapes that the images do not do any kind of justice to... the Almost Triangles are just clean looking and feeling shapes where the True Grit have a proper grit texture and style to them; it's not "Grit-lite" but any stretch of the imagination!

 The Grits really shine and then you look at the Almost Triangles and well Noodles he broke out the camera and made some magic

Yeah these are some pretty looking shapes... but how functional are they??

Lets get digging... we set and we set hard with these two sets... how hard...

Pretty damn hard; the route totally split the top climbers with no one getting to the top on the evening of the competition. But there were a number of sends in the following weeks, none of which we saw but one of our CHR athletes walked in and flashed it in a pair of sneakers :)


Now these holds are pretty versatile; 90% of them will go easily on a 45 degree wall if you're somewhat strong, the slightly sloped ones are going to cause you a hard time... if you watch the climbing video then you'll that we're actually pulling on almost a roof for the start of the route on these holds. But that is careful foot placement and many hours of tweaking to get that move to work

For most people these holds will be awesome on a 30 degree wall and anything that's less than that

If you want some really Grit like holds then these are well up there, they're not something that you can session for hours and hours because of the grit texture and some sharp edges


We're not sure if this is the lowest angle we've ever given to a set of holds; on 15 degrees these holds are going to be hard!! But hard-awesome-hard; these holds are like we said in one of our videos "the slopers of doom"

Hard? So so hard even on a 22.5 degree wall that we just built you cannot (or we cannot) hang on these holds, they are evil (in a good way); if you need some holds that are going to test you on shallow angles then these guys are your answer

  • Number of holds:
    • True Grit 1: 5
    • True Grit 2: 5
    • Almost Triangles: 3
  • Type (Bolt / Screw Ons):
    • True Grit 1 & 2: Martini bolts
    • Almost Triangle: Normal bolts
  • Price per hold (set price divided by number of holds):
    • True Grit 1: $32/5 = $6.40 CDN per hold
    • True Grit 2: $34/5= $6.80 CDN per hold
    • Almost Triangle: $118/3 = $39.33 BDN per hold
  • Color: Red across the board
  • Bolt placement: Middle
  • Sanding: Great
  • Hollow backed: Almost Triangle yes
  • Soft back (Rubber backed): No
  • Texture: 
    • True Grit 1 & 2: Almost perfect grit texture, not for long sessions
    • Almost Triangle: Slightly smooth with a slight bite
  • Set size:
    • True Grit 1 & 2: Small
    • Almost Triangle: XL
  • Versatility:
    • True Grit 1 & 2: Good up to 45 degrees
    • Almost Triangle: Limited to shallow angles
  • Pre-drilled screw holes: YES!!!
  • Shaper: 
    • True Grit 1 & 2: Graeme Olson
    • Almost Triangle: Kate Slaba
  • Weight:
    • True Grit 1 & 2: 430g & 450g
    • Almost Triangle: 3150g
  • Where can you get them: http://www.binaryholds.com/
We'll start with the most puzzling thing about the True Grits, despite the holds being pretty much the same size not all of them had set screw holes... it seemed a little strange when Noodles was doing the walk through that he was genuinely confused by it... maybe not having a set screw hole to see the look on his face was worth it :) The other downside is that the Almost Triangles aren't quite the same shade of red as the True Grits; this does sometimes happen with larger shapes but it was off just enough for us to notice it

Bad's done.. now with the good

It's nice to see people making holds for martini headed bolts because they do distribute the weight of a climber pretty damn well and it also means that you can make thinner holds! Now we did complain about the lack of set screw holes above so lets get this elephant out of the closet... the True Grits never span and we didn't use set screws... "aha you say, then why complain about it?" because you should always use a set screw even if the weight is evenly distributed across the hold just as a safety precaution.

The True Grits are probably the most 'grit like' holds that we've seen in a long time and it's kind of refreshing for a change but there is a down side to all of the lovely grit texture... they are very bitey so they can get a little painful... BUT your skin does get a bit better because of that. On the opposite side the Almost Triangles are so nice to grab onto (if you can grab onto them) that you want to climb and can climb on them all day, their texture is superb

Big ol slopers means good hollow backs and Binary Holds have gotten this down it seems; nice even hollow backs for the Almost Triangles and nice center columns means they've shed weight but have retained all of their strength. Sanding across the ranges is good with a couple of small bobbles that didn't make any difference what-so-ever

These holds went through a number of resets and they were not pampered in any way shape or form... the setters just unbolted them and threw them into a bucket and washed them a few times. The True Grits held up wonderfully but there was a slight chip to the outside edge of one of the Almost Triangles, it's tiny but it did happen :(



I cannot talk about the Almost Triangles without talking about other slopers that have captured my imagination over the years; of course I'm going to mention Enix and Teknik. The triangles do remind me of some shapes from those companies and these holds would fit in pretty well in their company that's for sure

What irks me slightly is that I've built a new wall at 22 degrees and I can't hang on these holds on it.. yup when we talk about limited angle range for the Almost Triangles we do mean it, these holds are hard and anything over 10 degrees overhung is going to be a work out that's for sure. That being said Binary Holds have so many slopers that all I'm going to do is invest is some of them for the wall (aka: more review fodder) so that I can happily play around on more of their shapes

It's a bit of a sad excuse... and it's also sad that these holds are sitting in a box either waiting for me to expand my wall (lets not kid ourselves here... it'll happen) or for me to just get stronger

On the whole I'm pleased with all of the holds; setting with the Triangles and Grits on one route made for an interesting experience, it pushed my setting skills a little and it did make a fun route that I did manage to climb (I hit the second sloper and launched to the volume) and other people seemed to like. Some did complain about the Grit's being sharp but my answer was "go to the Peak District and go climb there :)

I'm pretty pleased with what we've seen from another Canadian hold company; it seems that making holds and not just holds, quality products up here in the Great White North is picking up

Welcome to the family Binary Holds; good work I can't wait to see what else you have planned

Watch Noodles run and watch him hide from the True Grit's :) Strange as you'd think with him being from England, Land of the Grit that he'd be all over talking about them.

Let me recount a little session we had the other night; we were putting the new wall through its paces and whilst we waited for more holds to arrive we had a limited range of things to play with. The Almost Triangles were out because they were too hard so that left us with the True Grits and an overhanging wall... you know what happened? We relived some classic grit stone movies on the computer whilst we had a fun session of these holds... With Hard Grit playing in the background and then One Summer Bouldering in the Peak ready in the wings we were Ben Moon and Jerry Mofffat (I think I was Moon and Noodles was the fat one) we were climbing the Joker and End of the Affair we were probably transported to another place entirely

We hit these holds hard and as they got more chalked up they did get a little "softer" on our skin but not much. After a few hours we were done; our skin was sore but we both had smiles on our faces. With a beer in hand to help soothe the skin we talked about the holds; we decided that if you want some "proper grit edges" then these are probably the best that we've seen in years but if we were setting long routes that we'd want something to mix up the hard edges so that it wasn't so brutal. Now there are slopers in the sets and they do provide some nice relief but we'd probably want something like the edges but with a little less aggressive texture

I'll shadow the boss; it's great to see another addition to the Canadian climbing scene; I'm impressed with what we've seen

  • Cheap if you're paying from the US
  • Great build 
  • Large range of holds
  • Almost Triangles have a limited angle window
  • True Grits are only good for short sessions because of their texture

Full post here!

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Review > Metolius Climbing Holds > Mini Tech Feet, Morphology, Basic Pockets, Splines and Rimple Volume

Last time we looked at Metolius climbing holds it was because they had released a new line of urethane holds. Where they were one of the innovators of things to bolt onto walls they were soon surpassed by new materials that was better than their resin offerings.

Controversial statement?

Probably! Actually a fact the industry did leave them behind for a great number of years but now they produce urethane and resin

Resin DOES have a place in the market because it lasts a long time and if you don't throw your holds onto a hard surface then they do basically outlast urethane. But Metolius did shape a new line of climbing holds that we looked at (you can read that review: here) last time we looked at Orbs. Cobbles, New Wave, Mud and the Sunspots... not the full ranges but a sample offering of what they had at the time. This time it's pretty much the same, except we're kicking it with some Basic Pockets, Morphology, some Splines and a Rimple volume

As usual there is going to be a bunch of information, so lets get kicking with the holds, actually lets do two things.. lets look at the holds and look at Metolius' own walk through on some of these holds :)
Metolius Climbing Basic Pockets
Metolius Climbing Splines

Metolius Climbing Morphology

Metolius Climbing Rimples
Metolius Mini Tech Feet

Full post here!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Review > Plastick > Bananas Small and XL

AHA! Another Canadian company that you've not heard of; we do love getting holds from new people and showing them to the World

You may not have heard about Plastick because they're small, but you might have heard of the guy who shapes, pours and mails out these holds to his customers... his name is Seb Lazure and he's a pretty good climber... you know he climbs for the Canadian team, generally places on the podium at most of the competitions he enters... boulders double digit problems, is sponsored by 5.10 and Organic and when he's not kicking peoples ass' in comps he makes some holds

He's also super humble and a great person all round...

So holds; that's what we're here for right? We have two sets for you this time, both of them are screw ons and they're very minion like...


Full post here!