Mountain Project Logo

Small CHEAP stick clip for ascending up routes

Jon Frisby · · midwest/west circuit (Indiana) · Joined Feb 2013 · Points: 120
Ben Pellerin wrote:

Dont go having a hussy fit on me dood. Maybe you could clarify by explaining in a way people can understand? 

Literally everyone reading this thread thinks you want to climb sport by stick clipping every bolt.  

Use your words to state your intentions not trying to start shit. So sensitive.

You can read my ticks and I won't have an ego meltdown.

You think I was coming at you brah?

Goodluck stick clipping your way to route setting glory spazzz

I didn't read the thread that way. So not literally everyone. You're being an ass all over the thread - his ticklist isn't relevant to the conversation. Answer the question helpfully or fuck off.

Ma Ja, I second just getting the 6-18 painters pole.
Luc-514 · · Montreal, QC · Joined Nov 2006 · Points: 9,558

I've used a 3 section hiking pole with an Epic Sport Stick Clip (now discontinued) attached to the end. Clipped to the back of my harness when aiding, pretty simple.

Jeffrey Constine · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined May 2009 · Points: 648
Ma Ja wrote:

Wish I was as cool as you. Maybe one day. BTW, I do stick clip up routes. Also, I'd love to see how much glue and how many nozzles you'd waste using this method for installing glue ins. 

 I try to avoid  soft rock that requires tons of cleaning and Glue in bolts  Quality rock is what I seek and find. 

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

Fixed Hardware: Bolts & Anchors
Post a Reply to "Small CHEAP stick clip for ascending up routes "

Log In to Reply