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We compared this with others. Looks and feels more safe, durable than some others. Eady to place on and comfortable.
Shipped slow as all obtain out but work amazing for my needs. Use it while climbing water towers. Allows me to safely use both hands and still be strapped in.
I need these not for rock climbing, but to test and ensure some safety when operating in risky elevated conditions. The issue is they just aren't comfortable and they don't stay on very well. I've only used maybe 4 or 5 other harnesses, but I don't recall ever having these issues with any of them. These are cheap, & that's for a reason.
9 pound hammer broke equipment strap, so now I am questioning the safety of the whole harness
Amazing strength for cost; I use for warehouse work to keep my weight up while driving on a machine; helps take pressure off my back while standing long hours.
[email protected]#$%! had fast attach buckles that click instead of having to thread them through. Decent harness for the price!
I use it for roof top work, grouper fishing, and photographing, very safe and comfortable.
I like this harness. I use it for indoor climbing. It fits me and my son bc it is extremely adjustable and comfortable! Will probably order another so we can have 2!
I was going to fashion a safety harness, if needed, out of rope and then looked on-line. I was impressed with the quality and feel confident that I can trust my 185 lb body to it. The best price too~!
This harness does the job, but it is uncomfortable to wear. I used this harness for rappelling down a rock face.
Because that was not purchased from a reputable safety manufacturer in the USA (it was created in China) I am using this NOT to arrest my fall, but as a secondary backup, in corralation with another secondary backup system. I will not bet my life of products created in China, period.
The description says it's CE qualified, but since there's no mark of any kind, I can't verify that. It's not as simple to don and doff as more expensive harnesses, but I assumed that going into it, so I don't keep it versus them. After one day of low-angle rescue training, I'm happy with it, but time will tell. I haven't noticed any material defects or oddities that would create me question its integrity. The lack of a mark is a small disconcerting, but comparing it to more mainstream harnesses, it appears to be beautiful much the same. I can't comment on the thread quality, but the webbing, construction, and amount/placement of stitching all seems beautiful standard. I don't know that I would use it for technical rescue, where the potential shock loads are going to be much higher, but that's not because of anything I can see or feel; it's just because of the price, and lack of a tag.
Used this as a safety harness when I rented a 50' "boom lift". It adjusted easily and was comfortable even after several hours but since I managed not to fall out of the bucket I don't know how well it works. It seems to be sturdy and well created and I expect to use it for my ladder stand during deer season. If I fall out of the stand I will modernize my review (assuming it works well enough that I survive).
works amazing for tree climbing. I use this lightweight harness for deer hunting, getting away from all the massive ladders. Not the most comfortable, but as comfortable as any other, unless your spending huge cash for all the additional padding and weight.
we bought it for resale our customer has not complained about it and seemed very satisfied with it when he bought it but i cant give a actual review of the item
We are from Fortune Hunters and we've used this hook to search out what could be hiding in the water. This hook is super powerful and still isn't showing any signs of damage. Amazing grappling hook. Thanks guys!
Exactly what I was looking for. Nephew thinks it's amazing though I have no idea what he is going to do with it. My sister and brother in law thinks it looks risky and he will obtain hurt. I think that makes him like it more.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough. The descriptions of various regions of this vast state create this a good, general, stand-alone, outdoors-y tutorial to Fresh Mexico for anyone interested in climbing/hiking/camping/ag access routes are clear and detailed. The climbing history of various crags is a fun bonus. Thorough beta on climbs, from simple sport climbs to multi-pitch trad. Also appreciate the fact that he clearly mentions classic climbs that are not bolted "due to local consensus" and e book itself is of perfect quality. Stout, durable, laminated cover with a lifetime warranty on the binding. It holds up well to the normal abuse that any climbing tutorial endures.
This is a comprehensive guidebook. It contains beautiful much every major climbing zone in WV, VA, and MD. Its got a amazing detailed chapter on Old Rag mountain in Shenandoah that other tutorials don't cover nearly as well. On the other hand, you should obtain the guidebooks for a specific zone (like Fresh River Gorge or Seneca Rocks) if you'll be doing a lot of climbing at a particular spot, because of its broad scope this guidebook won't contain all routes for those areas, nor the smaller crags scattered around the region. There's a amazing guidebook called Climb Maryland! that treats all the central MD spots really well.
This FalconGuide is one of the better ones available, and for the travelling climber, or the DC-centric climber, probably THE book to have (there are non-Falcon tutorials that specifically cover Virginia and Maryland in more detail, but are only really useful if you primarily climb in those specific states). Eric Horst worked long and hard, contacting a plethora of local climbers at the different crags noted within these pages to obtain route information, do image shoots, and be given tours of the zone to obtain a general feel of the land. He covers some of the more or most famous locations in Maryland/DC/Virginia (Sugarloaf, Rocks State Park, Amazing Falls, Crescent Rocks) as well as *the* two huge weekend destinations in West Virginia (Seneca Rocks, Fresh River Gorge), but interspersed are numerous "local" crags that you might never have known about otherwise (short of locating one of the state-specific or crag-specific books that might or might not exist). This serves to give you options to go elsewhere when you can't create it to one of the more famous climbing spots, or if the weather is entirely TOO nice and hordes of people have descended on the main crags, alternate locations to go and obtain vertical. Also, the number of little climbing locations gives the travelling climber options for locations to go when they simply cannot obtain out to, say, Seneca when on the street down around, say, Charlottesville. Crack begin Eric's tutorial and see what's nearby!The route descriptions are beautiful good, and nicely supplemented with a mix of topo images and drawings (if you're not an artist and you've tried to draw a topo to a crag, you can appreciate how difficult it can be to obtain it just right!).Eric successfully treaded the fine balancing act to not reinvent the wheel for locations that already havae extensive guidebooks (e.g., Amazing Falls, et al), but at the same time, adequately cover crags that have or had absolutely no guidebook at re than just a easy guide, Eric's book also gives you a small bit of climbing history to a lot of of the crags, info travel/trip information, has nice readable maps. He spends 18 pages on a general introduction, then devotes the next 380 pages to the different crags.Even if you only climb in Virginia, Maryland, or West Virginia, and already have one of the state-specific or area-specific guides, this is still an perfect book to have for the day when you might wish to step across the border. :-)
This fresh guidebook is the best single guidebook for any DC based climber - Horst covers all of the major area's within range of Basecamp (Seneca, the New, Amazing Falls) and some of the other locations which currently don't have amazing guidebooks(chief among them Old Rag). While the individual guidebooks for the major locations are certainly much better(neither Seneca, and especially the Fresh don't condense themselves well) - if your passing through the DC area, or getting a feel for the DC climbing scene, this book will point you in the right directions, and save you both zone and money. Just buy it at a local store.
This book provides accurate access and route info for over 25 climbing locations in the mid-atlantic region. And contrary to the previous review's comments (obviously "gabriel3493" has some private issues), this book provides directions and route information only for OPEN climbing areas. In fact, the author spends a lot of time discussing access considerations and climber advocacy, and he definitely does not even encourage trespassing. Read the book, use the book, and you'll see it's "right on."
This tutorial is not very good. We bought during our trip to Seneca rocks and quickly discovered that it was totaly useless. It only covers major locations and descriptions and directions are preety bad. If you are looking for amazing climbing tutorial for Maryland obtain 'Climb Maryland' by Indy Kochte
Eric's book is all encompassing for the DC metro zone climber. It is well written and covers all of the famous climbs. I gave it 4 stars, because I would have liked to have seen just a hair more beta and information about individual climbs, but all-in-all this is a "must have."
I will be brief.I have climbed at a lot of of these locations since the mid seventies. If you do not have the right information then do not create it up just to sell a book. It would create it much easier on the rest of us not to hold answering the same questions or showing folks where the route actually begins and not from the Bible.
Eric J. Horst violated local land owners by publishing their personal properties versus their expressed wishes not to. In the climbing globe access is always a huge issue, and Mr. Horst is [messing]it up for us all. Support hold our area's begin for business, and [skip] this bood. If you need support in virginia, test Virginia Climber's Guide. It is a amazing enough substitute, but please help our community by finding a substitute for this book.
Got this book this month (December) and have already began picking out fresh routes I wish to do! I definitely am an advocate of his (Randy Vogel's) seeming conviction that his original JTree book required some updating. This tutorial gives fresh route info, as well as more developed topo's, pictures, etc. I will likely obtain his fresh book when it comes out in print this January, simply because I am already impressed with this one and his next one will cover the Central (Split Rock, Saddle Rock, etc.) more extensively than his original 1 book volume did.
I went to J-Tree for the first time latest week. I bought this book at Nomad Adventures in Joshua Tree. Because it's one of three volumes, more detail is given for the routes. There are just too damn a lot of routes in J-tree to test to package them into one book. This book is a must. I am looking forward to the next two books - and my next trip back.
Just got my copy and after spending a couple hours with this guide, all I can say is Wow! Kinda thick, but so much information and really liked the history section. Can't wait to visit some of the fresh spots...Only question, when are the other volumes coming out?
Amazing chalk bag! Comes with a strap to place around your waist while climbing and a carabiner for latching. Keeps the chalk from spilling if you secure it tightly closed.
High quality chalk bag for rock climbing. Comes with a mini carabiner to clip onto harness.
Not just for climbers! I use mine for playing my bodhrán. No more sticking or friction burns! Really Nice product! well created and not too big! Provides just the right amount of dust without creating a large dust cloud like Pigpen from Charlie Brown! Closes nice and tight. Comes with carabiner that hangs perfectly on my instrument stand for simple access in-between songs.
Excellent for a sack of powder chalk, but not sure how it would fit a block. A little opening when cinched shut but very small ever gets out when I bump it.
I'm beautiful fresh to bouldering so I didn't need any fancy chalk bag. I got this because it was cheap and it looked turned out to be a amazing bag, It's durable amazing looking and seals well. I have been using it for a couple of months now and I have seen no signs of wear and tear.
On hot days hands can sweat and slip on golf club making for a really not good shot. However, if one uses this chalk in this super sharp bag, your hands don't slip and you create a amazing shot. Love this chalk
Amazing bag, a small smaller than I excepted though, but it’s excellent for climbing especially in the gym.
Slopers? You’ll knock them dead in no time. Amazing pinches. Amazing crimps. Deep finger pockets. I use it for hanging and pull ups. It’s very well made. The feel is amazing and gently rough. Chalk up and slay it. My mates are jealous of it. :)
I'm not much of a rock climber so I can't review it like that, but it works amazing for my needs. I bought it as a more aesthetic alternative to a pull-up bar (those regular ones that go above your doorway are so clunky and ugly). I mounted a 3/4" piece of plywood to the wall which was able to hit three studs and then mounted the fingerboard to that. It's super sturdy that method and I feel very comfortable putting my entire weight on it (~180 lbs).
We have this hanging over a doorway in our kitchen. The children do a couple of pull-ups as they walk through. It's a part of the healthy culture of our family. It is necessary to mount this thing on a amazing board (I used a 1x10 I had in the garage) - plywood would work, too. It's just not going to line up with your studs, and you wouldn't wish it to rip out of the wall.
Item was heaver than I expected. Very will built, no problems mounting it, as long you can can hit studs there shouldn't be any issues. The entire front is covered with the sand like texture material found on indoor climbing rocks. There wasn't any flexing when I was swinging on it.
Really amazing hanger. Has been helping me obtain my hands and arms stronger for climbing. My only complaint is the screws that came with it are too short. It is meant to be screwed into wood, I went above a doorway and had to go through drywall then into studs. Had to search my own longer screws. Amazing buy over all. Very powerful and will have it for a long time.
Great value for the price. Solid and EZ to mount. I now completely understand why so a lot of “Van Lifers” place these in 🤔🤣. My only gripe was that one of the mounting holes required to be drilled out as the hole wasn’t “all the method through” the material. It could also stand to be an 1-2” wider. Other than that amazing product that I would recommend to others looking for an entry to mid level hang board 👍🏼
Product was beautiful and much heavier than I expected. Had amazing appeal for our 13 yr. old grandson who is an avid climber. It was installed on his bedroom wall so he can work on his grip and improve his finger strength at home.
Very amazing product. It's sturdy AF and lives up to the description. The rough texture toughens your skin and it has all the requisite grips to complete any training cycle you can come up with. I just want somebody could invent a better method to mount anything in a crappy apartment where you have to go out of your method to search a stud in a usable wall.
I really love this product. Climbing gainz coming my way! It is a very sturdy build and the grip on this hangboard is wonderful. I am satisfied it was beautiful cheap too! I am very happy with my purchase.
I loved this book. The pictures and descriptions were very helpful when I was at Red Rocks. It was full of multi-pitch, sport, trad, and TR routes. The book created it simple to search the routes we were looking for with the pictures and descriptions that it provided. Luckily, we never got lost while we were in Red Rocks. The only downside is I feel like there were a lot of climbs at Red Rocks that were not in this book... so I feel as if I need to obtain another book with more available routes so I can continue with my quest in Red Rocks.
I found this books to be excellent for my needs. It provides accurate and articulate descriptions for the best routes in Red Rock. This is a “Select Climbs” book and is not comprehensive, but with the thousands of routes at Red Rock, one might search the comprehensive books to be a bit overwhelming. If you’re making a shorter trip and wish to be able to search the best climbs around, this book is ideal. Amazing photos, amazing route descriptions, and half the cost of the comprehensive books.
As a tutorial that works in this zone I found this book extremely useful. In my opinion this book is a must have if your only in the Red Rocks zone for a short climbing trip and wish to obtain on the classics. It has also been a amazing add to the quiver of tutorial books I use to gather info on the locations climbs including amazing photos, route bata and alternatives routes selections.
This is the worst tutorial book I have ever used. I would say it ruined my trip to Red Rock. Create sure before buying this book you know the limited routes listed. In my experience this did not let me to plan solid climbing days. This book will obtain you to the main walls, but will not let for alternative route planning. Forced to patch information from MP. Not to mention the cheesy jokes, comments on crowds, and excessive notes on injuries on specific routes. Don't buy this book, not worth the money.I wish to add a small more to this review, because I'm so disappointed. What a lazy tutorial book Jason D. This book claims to be an essential guide, but appears to be cribbed whole sale from mountain project descriptions. The "stunning actions photos" are few and not stimulating. The author was sure to contain a "stunning" bivy image of him on the Res. Im wondering why the book has partial blank pages when there are amazing moderate lines 5.9 - 5.10 next to the walls this book takes you too. Why? Jason D. Seems like a legit climber, but this book is no amazing and feels to me like a money in.
I hate posting negative reviews but this happened to me climbing into deer stand with rubber boots as this was the 2nd time using the product. I weigh 205 lbs. thank goodness I was close to ground when step ripped. I hope this helps someone to not create same mistake. It could cost you your life. I notified company with no answer or refund. I want zero stars was an option.
Although the primary idea is working well, the webbing itself is narrow and thin. It's tricky to obtain the foot into the loop and when inside, it feels like stepping into a thin rope loop, hurting the foot beautiful quickly. If someone is looking for something light and compact without expecting a comfortable and secure step, it might work well.
Love the caribeanners that came with this. I can now SRT and go into a lot of branches and line doesn't twist to the point were I have to create multiple circle spins to obtain the craziness out of the line. I love this product and have been climbing trees everyday with it for over 6 months now!
They certainly function very well for the primary use of reducing friction in a pulley / hanging scenario where you might be experiencing some rigidness. They swivel silky smooth and are amazing if your pulley doesn't swivel by e only negative (difference between 4* and 5*) would be the top of the connecting portions where you would presumably place a carabiner or something to connect whatever you are using this for, is thick. If you have a medium to little connector - amazing luck getting this thing in there. It wouldn't have damage to taper the top of both sides to let for a wider range of applications.
GM makes amazing gear, and this swivel is no exception. There is no play in the bearings, and it spins just as effortlessly when it is fully loaded as when it is holding no weight. Amazing rope swivel - I'm very pleased.
Build quality is top-notch and this spinner rotates/swivels with ease even under a load. Will buy more.
I honestly have not set it up yet but it seems sturdy and has a smooth spin. I plan to use it on aerial dance apparatus.
I use this swivel with my prusik minding pulley set up for lifting loads up to about 300 pounds. I like that it always prevents my pulley from twisting forces and with one carabiner to keep pulley and prusik and one to attach to sling its easeir to manage than only using a single carabiner.
I used these on a project that I required to have parts swivel under stress and these performed flawlessly!
Amazing quality. Swivel rotates smoothly and carabiners seem durable. Exactly as described.
I bought this not for rocking climbing but for when I'm at the gym lifting weights. It's beautiful amazing to have people at the gym pay compliments. Maybe one day I'll take up rock climbing and one equipment I don't need to purchase. stitching seems amazing holds my chalk and that's the main thing.