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Beastmaker Finger Boards

Beastmaker is a UK company who specialise in wooden training equipment for climbers. Our products include Fingerboards, Holds and T-Shirts.
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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Boards Beastmaker 1000 Series Beastmaker
Beastmaker 1000 Series

Beastmaker the beast - sorry best fingerboards available. Developed by top UK climber and training guru Dan Varian these wooden boards are fully made in the UK from sustainable product and provide ergonomic hol...

£71.38 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Boards Beastmaker 2000 Series Beastmaker
Beastmaker 2000 Series

Become a climbing beast with the Beastmaker 2000, a serious wood fingerboard that has been designed with the input of some of the best climbers in the UK.

£30.54 (inc Vat)
Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Boards Micros Beastmaker
Micros

The Micros have tiny edges that are designed to test your crimp strength to the max. They come as a set of 6 holds in 3 pairs, 10mm, 8mm, 6mm in depth.

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