Three of the Best Hangboards for Coronavirus Training

March 31st, 2020 by Noah Walker | Posted in Accessories, Gear, Indoor Climbing, Profiles | No Comments »

A list of the best hangboards to help you get strong during our stay-at-home time


Canadians Take Gold and Silver at Ouray Ice Festival 25

January 27th, 2020 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors, News, Profiles | Comments Off on Canadians Take Gold and Silver at Ouray Ice Festival 25

Rebecca Lewis and Sarah Hueniken take gold and silver at Ouray Ice Comp


Highlights from Canadian Eastern Bouldering Championships

December 19th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Indoor Climbing, Profiles, Video | Comments Off on Highlights from Canadian Eastern Bouldering Championships

Seb Lazure and Madison Fischer went home with the golds


Canuck Comps Week 1: Ontario, Quebec and B.C. Start Boulder Comp Year

October 7th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Indoor Climbing, News | Comments Off on Canuck Comps Week 1: Ontario, Quebec and B.C. Start Boulder Comp Year

Comps took place at Gravity, Delire and Project Cloverdale


Radical Rounds at Bloc Shop Open 2019

October 1st, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Comps, Indoor Climbing | Comments Off on Radical Rounds at Bloc Shop Open 2019

Kaito Watanabe stands before the packed stadium of Montreal’s 2019 Bloc Shop Open. His arms swing, skin cooling against the circulating air. Chalk explodes onto the scene. The crowd is restless. A moment passes. […]



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Climbalytics: Data-Tracking Tech for Climbers, Route Setters and Gym Owners

May 21st, 2019 by Bonnie de Bruijn | Posted in Gear, Indoor Climbing | Comments Off on Climbalytics: Data-Tracking Tech for Climbers, Route Setters and Gym Owners

Climbalytics is a new Fitbit-esque data tracker for climbers. A wristband worn while climbing, at a participating gym, syncs via Bluetooth to an app on your phone and keeps track of a variety of […]


Metolius Magnum Bouldering Crash Pad Review

May 17th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Accessories, Gear, Indoor Climbing, Profiles | Comments Off on Metolius Magnum Bouldering Crash Pad Review

On the surface, it can seem like all crash pads are the same. All you really need is something to pad your fall when you get the beta wrong and save you from landing […]


Re-enter the Ninja: Boreal Updates its Classic Slipper

April 29th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Footwear, Gear, Indoor Climbing, Profiles | Comments Off on Re-enter the Ninja: Boreal Updates its Classic Slipper

When Boreal introduced the Ninja it was the first-ever slipper style climbing shoe. Since then, the comfortable and pliable slipper style shoe has evolved and become a staple shoe for all types of climbers. […]


First Look: Scarpa Furia Air are Light with Edging Power

February 1st, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Footwear, Gear, Indoor Climbing, Profiles | Comments Off on First Look: Scarpa Furia Air are Light with Edging Power

The new Scarpa Furia Air are the lightest high-end rock shoe ever built coming in at only 150 grams. The design starts with two differing weights of microfiber that are bonded together with a […]


The New Boreal Satori is Perfect for Hard Boulders

January 25th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Footwear, Gear, Indoor Climbing | Comments Off on The New Boreal Satori is Perfect for Hard Boulders

The new 2018 Boreal Satori will is one of the best shoes on the market this year for steep and technical bouldering. It was developed alongside the Boreal Dharma in conjunction top climbers around […]



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