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And it's Alex Honnold-approved
Welcome to professional climber Cedar Wright’s Boulder gear shed, or, as he calls it, his “discombobulated junk show.” It’s also an adventure athlete’s paradise packed into a one-car garage that’s bursting with ice climbing, paragliding, big-wall climbing, and biking equipment stacked in neat—and not so neat—piles.
Most ice axes are made from metal—and for good reason. But last month, the geniuses at Furnace Industries launched their new wooden tool that’s as strong as it is pretty. While you may be tempted to just hang it over the fireplace, please don’t.
All you need to tackle unbolted routes.
Patagonia's Jenna Johnson is on a mission to get women into high-tech gear that can take on real adventures.
Lighten up your kit for faster ascents.
The Black Diamond pack that promises to set a new standard for avalanche survival gear
Scaling rock and ice in the winter is serious business. Bring the right stuff.
Five Ten’s Guide Tennie Canvas is a few ounces lighter than the original but every bit as capable on talus and techy trails.
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