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Ever wondered what it takes to climb a grade that might be out of your physical reach? Well Ben from the Hard Is Easy YouTube channel makes another appearance on our weekly video feature as he looks to find the answer. In typical Hard Is Easy style, this answer had to come in the form of scientifically tangible results and that meant getting the best number crunchers in the business on board – Lattice.
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Coming in as the stiffest (and most eye-catching) model in the EB range, the Strange has been engineered to perform tremendously on real rock with a fast lace-up system that further enhances its suitability for a day at the crag. But, aren’t laces, as the name suggests, a strange choice? Although they might take longer to tie than the Velcro alternative, the lace-up closure on the Strange provides unrivalled adjustability that a Velcro system simply can’t match.
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Knowing which climbing rope to buy can have you tied up in knots with an abundance of choice and so many confusing factors that determine a ropes use and suitability for you. But, don’t worry, by the end of this article you should have all the information you need to make the correct climbing rope purchase.
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This week’s video is a throwback to 2018 as we watch Seb Bouin projecting Move – an Adam Ondra test piece in Flatanger, Norway. With the news having broken this week that Seb Bouin has climbed his long-term Verdon Gorge project, DNA, we’re taking a look back at the route that originally defined Seb’s world class ability and marked his remarkable progression on the journey to climbing 9c. Eventually being his first at the 9b/+ grade (sadly not seen in the film), Seb clearly used this experience on Move as a platform to elevate his climbing to new levels.
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