We’re really excited to announce that we’re “open for business” in North America! 👏
We recognize the huge potential in the U.S. market and look forward to working closely with our new clients and provide them with unparalleled climbing experience. With our walls, we’re excited to be a part of many new climbing stories across the States. 👍🧗♀️
With a long history of building walls around the globe 🌍, 2021 will go down in out books as the most successful and difficult at the same time. Despite uncertain times, we’ve completed 36 projects, ranging from 1,000 to 25,000 square feet. 🙌💪
After having successfully installed over 1 million square feet of climbing surfaces in Europe, Asia, and Australia, we are as strong as ever and ready to enter the North American market and leverage our production and installation teams.
We’re proudly entering a new chapter and looking forward to start writing climbing history with North America. 🧗♀️
The official press-release is also available in Climbing Business Journal:
These boards are compact, overhanging and littered with an assortment of LED-lit climbing holds. But the best part are the Smartphone apps that allow users to interact, set new problems, track their progress, and share all this information to social media.
The original Kilter Boardhas an inclination wall up to 70° and is suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced climbers since you can climb the same problems on different overhang. There are also a lot of different sets of holds to choose from and different wall sizes to climb on.
Is essentially a training wall with a universal design, perfect for training dynamic moves and improving body tension. The Moon Board is designed to be either 25 or 40 ° overhanging and climbers can use the free moon board smartphone app and access the global network of user-generated problems. They can also submit their own problems and other climbers can try them or compete between them. The app data has many boulder problems ranging from 6a (V2) TO 8c ( V15).
The Moon Board is perfect for tracking your progress and perfecting technique, as climbing problems never change.
Tension boards focus on finger strength and precision, providing an unparalleled feel for the rock. They work as a mirror board because they have a y-axis symmetry. Some climbers see this as a benefit, and they enjoy finding out the weak spots in their climbing.
Tension boards allow you to focus on micro-adjustments in your grip, which will ultimately lead to a tighter hold at the edge of your reach.
First invented by Wolfgang Güllich back in 1988, the Campus Board is the best tool for power and strength training, a must have for both intermediate and advanced climbers. The wooden holds and ledges typically used for the Campus Board are more friendly to the skin than plastic, and because they offer lower friction, the moves are heavier, making the training better.
Training on the Campus Board results in improvement of motor skill training, increased finger strength, greater lock off power and upper body strength. But careful, campus board has a high probability of injury if you start using them to early in your climbing career.
https://citywall.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/IMG_0310-scaled.jpg17072560Anja Natlacenhttps://citywall.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Citywall-Header-Logo-2.svgAnja Natlacen2022-03-09 12:43:382022-03-09 12:43:38Kilter board and other training boards….the essential element of all climbing gyms?
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