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According to the guys at Friction Labs, a new Colorado-based climbing chalk manufacturer, “chalk matters,” but does it?
With several outlet ports, and optional solar panels, the Yeti is all anyone will need to make their office mobile.
It’s refreshing to see a well-made, durable, and fully-functioning bag like the Trango Antidote retail for just $34.
The Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern is great for car camping or small backpacking trips providing a diverse range of light and an alternative source of power for your mobile devices, all packed into a singular tool.
The 41-liter size is perfect for rope, rack and everything else you’ll need for a day of climbing and no load is too heavy for the comfortable and bomber suspension system.
The first thing I noticed was how much room was left in the bag after dropping a 70-meter rope in it.
The Sherpa 50 Adventure Kit is a compact, clean solar power kit that can endure rugged usage and offer consistent power to charge your gear on the go
Vertical Medicine Resources recognized the need for a lightweight, bare-essentials first aid kit and designed a kit specifically for climbers called the “Vertical Aid Kit."
The Princeton Tec Byte is the latest headlamp to come into the market that is focused on packing a lot of functionality into a small package.