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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Care 2.3 oz Climb On! Creme ClimbOn!
2.3 oz Climb On! Creme

Protect, moisturize, repair and nourish skin. For general skin this creme is proven for use by psoriasis sufferers and uses only natural ingredients to take care of dryskin, provide aftersun care (contains orga...

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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Care 1oz Climb On! Bar ClimbOn!
1oz Climb On! Bar

Regular climbing on rough holds and the use of chalk takes its toll on your skin... use Climb On! to keep climbing after hours of punishing training by nourishing your hands after every session.

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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Care 0.5oz Climb On! Bar ClimbOn!
0.5oz Climb On! Bar

Regular climbing on rough holds and the use of chalk takes its toll on your skin... use Climb On! to keep climbing after hours of punishing training by nourishing your hands after every session.

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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Care 0.15oz Lip Lube ClimbOn!
0.15oz Lip Lube

Lip Lube is the same Climb On! skin nourishing recipe with a refreshing hint of mint. Other than on your lips Lip Lube can be used to moisturize sun or wind burned cheeks, cuticles, or sore noses from colds.

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Outdoor Climbing Training Finger-Care Finger Tape Lyon
Finger Tape

Finger tape is great for reducing the impact of finger injuries and to help prevent them in the first place. Also, it will temporarily hold flapped skin if you still want to climb.

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