Classic Board Holds
Classic Board Holds
Wood hold, wooden pinch, skinny pinch, dogbone pinch, bowtie, climbing hold, hand hold
Classic Board Holds
Incut pinch
Classic Board Holds
Classic Board Holds
Classic Board Holds
Classic Board Holds
Classic Board Holds

Classic Board Holds

Regular price £5.00
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Only 15 items in stock!

We have begun to remake some classic board holds and have standardised them so people know exactly what they're getting. More shapes to follow.

Classic crimp = Sycamore: 25mm deep 25˚incut 120mm diameter

classic pinch = Tulipwood: 155mm long, 80mm wide and 47mm deep

incut pinch= Beech: 140mm long, 70mm wide, 28mm deep. 10˚incut

Leafy Crimp:

Sycamore: 18mm deep, 30˚ incut. Really classic crimp shape that will be useable for most 6C upwards climbers on 45˚ boards. Easier at lesser angles and harder on steeper. Symmetrical

Dogbone Pinch

Sycamore: 25mm deep, 200mm long. 10˚ incut on both sides, a tricky hold at 45˚ best for 7B and up climbers. Symmetrical

Sym Pinch Pair

Beech: 36mm deep, 140mm long, 95mm wide. 10˚ incut. Symmetrical

They are designed for boards between 10 and 60 degrees (depending how much squeeze your forearms have).

Designed to be used in any orientation but will be hard undercuts and all but the strongest will begin to struggle, regardless of orientation, on board angles of 55˚ or more.

They can be used on foothold boards and on feet follow boards as their curved nature eliminates potential for damaging the wood from kicks when cutting loose and coming in heavy with your hoof. 

No compromise has been given on the shaping or the sanding. We pride ourself in our standards of product and have a satisfaction guarantee in place. All holds can be symmetrical and are accurate to 1mm. We will happily swap your holds out if you feel they are wrong for your board/ not what you ordered.

Handmade in the UK



Wood treated with respect and used for its natural training benefits. Ergonomics and hold types selected from the cutting edge right back to help those just entering the sport to see a progression path.