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At Three Ball Climbing Steve, Adam, Harison and Derek manufacture the most durable climbing holds on the market right here in the U.S.

We provide a wide variety of rock climbing holds, t-nuts, bolts, and wrenches. If you need help with your project, let us know! When you call you talk to a climber who has worked in every department from shaping holds to shipping packages.


* Note: The price for each set of climbing grips is determined by the volume of material required to produce it. The higher the price per hold, the larger the average size of the holds in the set. (Higher price = Bigger holds.)



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Solid Climbing Holds:
At Three Ball Climbing we consider two major factors when designing climbing grips.

1. Material Used
2. Structure

Materials

Most climbing hold producers use one of 4 types of plastic:

1. Semi-Rigid Polyurethane
2. Rigid Polyurethane
3. Semi-Soft Polyurethane
4. Polyester Resin (with and without fillers)

At Three Ball Climbing we regularly test climbing holds made with different materials by breaking them with a torque wrench. We make our holds with pure Semi-Rigid for contoured concrete climbing walls, and Rigid Polyurethane for flat walls because it stands up to abuse the best. Our climbing holds are more durable than holds made with less expensive materials. If you push them to the limit, you'll be more likely to break the t-nut.

Route setters in climbing gyms normally tighten holds down to 9-11 ft-lbs of pressure. Your average t-nut will break somewhere between 16 and 29 ft-lbs depending on the type of wood and the type of holds used. Our Semi-Rigid bolt-on foot-jibs can withstand over 30 ft-lbs before breaking.

Structure

I'm sure you've seen those big hollow slopers with no support behind the bolt hole. You bolt it down and it warps or breaks. At Three Ball we'll never do that. In addition to the design, we feel it is important for climbing holds to have a good solid structure.



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