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Jun 14, 2013
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Finally a satisfactory solution to getting Crack you can put on your wall. 11 inches long with enough room for both hands. Dual texture so the outside is pretty useless for feet or thumb pinch. Synrock cool to the touch so you aren't putting your fingers in a warm greasy slot. Seven different sizes available. Will make more if people really like which is why I am posting this. Looking for more people to beta test which is why they are super cheap at $6 a crack.

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Jim Bowers
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Jun 14, 2013
Day Lily.
Where do you sell them? That is how do I order if id like? For someone with a tight space these seem to "maximize the potential" of their/my walls. Cool man. The Stoned Master
From Pennsylvania
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Jun 14, 2013
Synrock texture is excellent, by the way. Dana Bartlett
From CT
Joined Nov 18, 2003
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Jun 14, 2013
Mt Minsi, PA
NICE! These holds make sense to me. One thing I hate about climbing holds is that they don't really represent the kind of rock I climb (at least where I live). Set a bunch of these horitzontal, and you got yourself a Gunks/Gap route. Michael C
From New Jersey
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Jun 14, 2013
The Stoned Master wrote:
Where do you sell them? That is how do I order if id like? For someone with a tight space these seem to "maximize the potential" of their/my walls. Cool man.



Currently selling them on ebay

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But I will sell direct for $42 + $15 shipping to US (usps large flat rate box) to anyone who emails Petrogrips@hotmail.com and says they want to test them.
Jim Bowers
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Jun 14, 2013
Thats 7 cracks (fill up usps frb) for $42 Jim Bowers
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Jurassic Park
Do any of these work for finger locks? That would be amazing.
The video just shows a bunch of sidepulls and horizontals.
Hands and fists, I would imagine, are just too deep to be practical.
coldatom
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Jun 14, 2013
coldatom wrote:
Do any of these work for finger locks? That would be amazing. The video just shows a bunch of sidepulls and horizontals. Hands and fists, I would imagine, are just too deep to be practical.


Well they are just under 2 knuckles deep - some tight - some offwidth - yeah hands and fist don't seem practical. I am working on bigger 2-piece ones that should go past 2 knuckles for deeper finger jams.
Jim Bowers
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Jun 14, 2013
Jim Bowers wrote:
> "the outside is pretty useless for feet or thumb pinch."

Actually I'd find them more useful if they had some segment which was also useful for thumb pinch.
kenr
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Jun 14, 2013
El Chorro
Intersting but I don't see how they simulate cracks if you cant jam or finger lock.

They seem more useful to me as training tool for accurate footwork and accuracy for hands when doing big dynamic moves.
Ryan Williams
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Jun 14, 2013
Oh they definitely work for jamming, You put your fingers in and twist. Depending on the size of the particular crack and your fingers you can get that first knuckle locked in there pretty good.

Not having a thumb pinch is a good thing because it makes for much more realistic climbing. Pretty much every indoor hold is a pinch. Outside not so much.
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