Beastmaker Beastmaker 1000 Series


RRP: £80.00
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Wood Fingerboards

Beastmaker the beast - sorry best finger boards available. Developed by top UK climbers and training gurus Dan Varian and Ned Feehally these wooden boards are fully made in the UK from sustainable product and provide ergonomic holds designed to be kind to your skin and avoid injuries.

The Beastmaker 1000 series has been developed for climbers that are newer to training for climbing but want to progress quickly. The 1000 hangboard is suitable for those climbing from 5a through to 7c and can be taken even further if you are into one armed deadhangs. There are warm up / pull up jugs and a maximum of 35 degree slopers, and a good variety of hold depths, whilst monos are noticeably lacking (check out the Beastmaker 2000 for that kind of thing).

The very fine textured sustainably sourced tulipwood is very kind to your skin and the holds have been designed and sanded specifically to avoid tweaking fingers.

The Beastmaker 1000 Series is 58cm wide x 15cm high comes complete with screws for installation onto a wood frame.

  • 2 x Jugs
  • 2 x 35 Degree Slopers
  • 2 x 20 Degree Slopers
  • 1 x Very Deep 4 Finger Pocket
  • 2 x Deep 4 Finger Pockets
  • 2 x Deep 3 Finger Pockets
  • 2 x Deep 2 Finger Pockets
  • 2 x Medium 4 Finger Pockets
  • 2 x Small 4 Finger Pockets (10mm)
  • 2 x Medium 2 Finger Pockets
  • 2 x Medium 3 Finger Pockets


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