The La Sportiva Kataki is comfortable, yet performance-oriented. Is this possibly the best all-around climbing shoe EVER?
Is the new Scarpa Booster (2020) a beast and better than it's predecessor, the Booster S? Maybe. Read the full review to find out more.
Are you climbing with a fuzzy or damaged rope? Here are two easy ways on how to cut a climbing rope! Which one suits you better?
The newly designed Five Ten Hiangle (2020) is an awesome performer. How does it compare to the older model? Read the full review to find out more.
Besides your favorite pair of climbing shoes, The Crash Pad is the most important equipment to have when bouldering outside. Here's how to choose one.
The new Tenaya Mastia is a top-of-the-line, aggressive, performance oriented climbing shoe. But how does it compare to the Oasi? Read the full article for an in-depth review.
Climbing in the gym is simple. Just bring your wallet and you're good to go! When bouldering outside you need some additional gear. This is a guide for all the essential gear needed to keep you safe and enjoy a day of bouldering outside.
With all the different brands, hundreds of climbing rope models, multiple thicknesses and lengths, how do you know which rope to choose as your first climbing rope? The purpose of this article is to help you understand the basics of choosing a suitable rope fo YOUR climbing needs by narrowing it down from the bunch. When choosing a climbing rope, there are a few things you need to know.
The Five Ten Aleon is a top-of-the-line shoe designed by climbing legend Fred Nicole but one quality sets it apart from all other Five Ten climbing shoes.
When climbing first became a ”thing”, back in the day, there weren’t much indoor gyms to climb at. Most climbers started climbing outside with ”mentors”, more experienced climbers. Etiquette for climbing outdoors was passed down by word of mouth. And back then, the climbing community was not nearly as diverse in styles and numbers as …