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Powerline Holds
Powerline Holds

Powerline Holds

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Powerline: The holds in this collection are harder by nature than the classic line, so whilst they may share some similarities in shape and function all will require that bit more strength to use and progress up problems on the board. Holds in the Powerline are set apart by a separate beastmaker logo that should help differentiate between wooden holds on a steep board.

Skinny Leafy Crimp:

Sycamore. 17mm deep, 30˚ incut, (half pad). Really classic crimp shape that will be useable for most 7a upwards climbers on 45˚ boards. Easier at lesser angles and harder on steeper. Symmetrical

Tapered showpiece pinch: a 28cm long pinch with a slopey to incut negative bias between thumb and fingers. A hard hold on steep boards requiring a lot of thumb control.

Hourglass showpiece pinch: a super hard but comfy double negative pinch. This 28cm long hold will really bring a power element to any vaguely steep board 

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

All are designed to be used in any orientation and to be used to set creative, testing skin friendly board problems

They can be used on foothold only 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 should be accurate to 1mm tolerance. We will happily swap your holds out if you feel they are wrong for your board/ not what you ordered.

Screws are not included. 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.