Metolius Project Fingerboard

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The Metolius Project is a smaller but similar version of the Metolius Simulator because not everyone has space for a larger fingerboard. The Project is a great example of a mid sized fingerboard which can cater for multiple abilities and provide plenty of hold options. It has warm up jugs through to 2 finger pockets and half finger pad edges, with the ubiquitous slopers on the top.

It features the same arc and taper from top to bottom as the Simulator for better forearm clearance. Like the other Metolius training products the texture is fairly smooth and skin friendly, good for long climbing training sessions, or multiple days training.

The Holds:
2 full hand jugs
2 flat slopers
1 central rounded sloper
2 4-finger slots
2 3-finger slots
4 2-finger pockets
1 deep central edge
1 shallow central edge

The Metolius Project has a good spread of holds for such a compact board and will be very suitable for climbers of varying abilities.

  • Fingerboard size: 60cm x 16cm
  • Manufacturer: Metolius
  • Material dropdown: Resin
  • Weight: 480g


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IG
05/26/2016
Ian G.

Great bit of kit

Great bit of kit

SH
04/19/2016
Sam H.

Great quality product with loads

Great quality product with loads of good holds. Good value for money and would highly recommend.

EM
03/25/2016
Elliot M.

Good product Gives a great

Good product Gives a great workout I'm mostly doing pull-ups as quiet new to climbing and don't want to damage tendons I'm sure I'll use the other holds at some point Quick postage

EO
12/20/2015
Eve O.

Product exactly as described and

Product exactly as described and arrived very promptly, quicker than expected.

AB
10/13/2015
Adam B.

Good

Good