Since two years now I am climbing on my home climbing wall. On the initial setup I left some space for more holds. Those free corners have been filled up in the last months.
In this small section I would like to show again some of the wooden holds I have added to my board.
I ordered two slopers from Wurft Climbing Holds. Tobias Wurft has a popular Youtube channel about climbing hold shaping. I guess last year he moved from New Zealand to Germany and I used the opportunity to buy two symmetric slopers. They are the most expensive holds on my wall. But at the moment also my most used ones.
My initial setup already contained holds from Handfest Climbing Holds. I like the geometric shapes and the clean look of the holds. I added three different pairs to my wall.
Lock Holds are manufactured in Peak District National Park. The holds are finished with an incredible paintwork. I ordered two micro pairs.
The initial idea of my wall contained only selfmade climbing holds. Unfortunately other people are way better than me on shaping wooden holds. But I tried also to create a simple pinch and two crimps.
I just wanted to buy fingerboard packers by beastmaker, but afterwards I ended up also ordering those nice dimple pinches. The shape is similar to a squashed piece of dough. It fits perfect for my hand.
Here a picture that shows my current symmetric hold layout on the right and the old layout on the left side.