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Wave Climbing Holds

Waves:

BOLT-ON CLIMBING HOLDS:


Mix of Jugs and Mini-Jugs.
Comfortable for children and adults.


Wave climbing holds

Recommended wall angle
  • How challenging are these grips?
    "Waves" are comfy Jugs which are a bit bigger and easier than the "Frogs".

    They are great for setting easy routes for kids on vertical and slightly overhanging climbing walls. They are also great for setting beginner or intermediate routes on steep (45 degree for example) overhanging walls.

  • How many grips do I need?
    For each vertical route you create we recommend using two holds per vertical foot (If your wall is 15 feet high you'll need about 30 grips). If you want to create 3 routes, each one 8 feet high, you'll need about 48 grips.

  • Are there any age or weight restrictions?
    Nope! These grips can be used whether you are 2, or 92 yrs old, 20 lbs or 500 lbs.

  • Climbing shoes are not required.

  • Made with Pure Rigid Polyurethane.



*New Color Options*
  • To help increase shipping speed, we've decided to keep stock of our most popular colors (Red, Blue, Green & Orange)
  • Orders for Non-Stocked colors will need to be manufactured. Please allow 2-3 days for production.



T-nuts 7 inch grid


10 Pack
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40 Pack:
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100 Pack:
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What is the difference between
Bolt-on holds and Screw-on holds?

http://www.threeballclimbing.com/what is the difference between bolt on and screw on climbing holds

Bolt-on holds generally have one anchor point. They require 3/8" socket-head bolts and the installation of 3/8" T-nuts in the back of the wall. Once the T-nuts are installed, fastening and removing the holds is extremely easy. All you need is a 5/16 hex key/wrench.

Bolt-ons are best if you intend to move the holds and change the routes several times a year.









Screw-on holds always have at least 2 anchor points. The pre-cast holes in each hold are 1/4" in diameter. We use 2" weather resistant Deck Mate screws to fasten them to the wall. You will need a power drill with a philips head bit to install and remove these holds.

Screw-ons are great for outdoor applications because they require almost zero maintainance to remain secure. If you do not intend to change hold positions and create new routes frequently, screw-ons are the way to go.



What is a T-nut?
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