The Master Cam is a very nice cam, feels very secure - more so than my #3 Camalot. These are made in America which is also a plus.
When i first started setting these cams i…
- Ethan, 11/23/10
These cams are great, and well worth the money. The single stem design is a welcome change to the usual "U" shaped Metolius cams. These cams sit proudly next to my C4's, and…
- Matt, 01/21/10
I got my simulator a while a go, and it has waaaaayyyyy helped my grip strength and hang time. I like to hang on it and watch TV, the more pointless the show the better Southp…
- Lucas, 11/02/12
This is basically Metolius' Rock Rings on steroids.
Warning: Use may result in people thinking you are the one on steroids.
You should mount it to a wall (or suspend it…
- Patrick, 10/25/11
Potsdam, NY (Sound familiar? Probably not...)
I purchased this tough, durable 11mm for rescues on the climbing towers at Boy Scout Camp. I've used it over 100 times out in Joshua Tree as a double rappel line. The rope ha…
- ERIC, 08/28/07
got the 9 mil thickness for a lightweight rappel rope. used it to climb a tree to get to a geocache and it worked great. tried to use it as floss but it didnt work so good.…
- JESSE, 07/24/08
These are definitely a specialty piece. They fit in pin scars where nothing else will go except for a cam hook or sawed angle. If that's what you need, then they are the ticke…
- Andrew, 02/26/10
Do they work fantastically well for pin scars? Yes! Are they 25% cheaper than the closest comparable product? Yes! Will they hold a fall, and are they built very well? Ye…
- Jacob, 11/27/12
These are the best. I use them at my climbing gym and needed a pair to travel with. I recommend that you bring a long runner for each one and a D-Ring to hang them in a bra…
- David, 08/21/10
I have these hanging from my ceiling and am able to do short morning or night work outs to stay active and keep my finger and forearm strength during the off season. They are…
- WIlliam, 12/10/14
I built a bouldering wall in my fraturnity house... I had to...…
- CHRIS, 10/26/08
This is a nice selection of different hold types and styles. The texture on the holds seems to be more realistic. None of that sticky rubber feel that others have. Nice bulk…
- Bruce, 02/10/15
Everyone loves C4s, and they're definitely flashy. Their expansion range is solid, the build quality is great and they make up the bulk of my rack.
I picked up a couple of…
- Ethan, 03/25/15
It's a hang board. How can you go wrong? As a newer (aka not super strong) climber, I like the versatility of holds this offers. Once I graduate to the real work outs, which I…
- Susan, 03/04/15
Mount this over your bedroom door. Do NOT walk through the doorway without putting your hands on the board. Just enough texture to hold and toughen sensitive finger tips.
- Vince, 12/30/13
Like you have read in other reviews, these quickdraws are really light therefore maximizing your ability to climb comfortably and rapidly. One great feature is the little dip…
- Felix, 10/17/12
Ok. First off... They are light as heck. I had all 15 of them on my harness the other day for a 31m route and they didn't weigh me down. The gates are just right for clipping…
- Charles, 09/15/12
This is a great grip tool. However, the rubber band loop for the thumb has a tendency to slip into the center of the ball and it's a pain to pull out or worse- thread back th…
- Scott, 01/17/15
I keep this around the office at work. Could it be a little tougher? Yea, but it's still pretty effective. I really do not use the finger slots; to me they do not add anything…
- John, 12/23/14
This Ultimate Daisy is great for going indirect when you are setting up to repel off a route, that you just sent. The daisy chain is long enough for two anchor points, just ma…
- Tim, 04/12/13
This model has been around for a long time and it's still a good harness overall. It has a couple of standout features. The first is that everything is load-rated (there have…
- J, 01/31/15
Great harness, very comfortable. Doesn't cut into my hips like other ones I've worn. Another great product by Metolius, I recommend it to everyone!…
- Lauren, 12/08/10
One of the most respected names in the climbing world, Metolius has built their brand by forming their company around a number of important tenets that define their identity to this day. Innovation and hard work, along with a dedication to making the safest gear in an industry that demands it, has allowed Metolius to become one of the most revered climbing companies in the world.
For over thirty years, the focus of Metolius has been clear: High quality gear that climbers can rely on. The Metolius team came together when a group of friends met at Smith Rock in 1985, ready to challenge themselves and their abilities. A passion for climbing and desire for quality gear that just didn't exist spurred the group to strike out on their own and make a name for themselves, making products they'd be proud of use themselves. Years later, their commitment and drive remains the same, just on a much bigger scale.
The Metolius product line is varied and vast, with a collection that spans the entire climbing experience. Beginners will find all they need to get started, from plentiful hold packs, ropes and harnesses. More experienced climbers will have plenty of room to grow, with an assortment of gear that is diverse and creative.
There's a reason the name Metolius is synonymous with climbing. Years of excellence and dedication to the best climbing experience available make Metolius gear a must have for any climber today. Make your next move.