Blank Slate Vertical Climbing Board

Jul 7, 2014

Category: Gear

Trying to climb the corporate ladder can drain the living soul out of you. It can also turn you into a soft tub of goo. We say put the pencil pushing on hold for a sec and work your arms with the Blank Slate Vertical climbing board.

Like a chin-up bar, the Blank Slate Vertical easily mounts in your doorway, but this time you’ve got options. Mix and match the combination of climbing holds, hangboards, and accessories to the 17 standard t-nuts and you’re ready for small-scale scaling. There’s a slot mechanism that allows for different door widths, trims and board height, there’s foam padding and felt to prevent any door trim damage, and it’s made in America from a combination of Baltic Birch and powder coated steel. Also a great way to prep for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. [Purchase]

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