Metolius Wood Grips - 25-Pack

Metolius Wood Grips - 25-Pack
Metolius Wood Grips - 25-Pack
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Wood Grips - 25-Pack by Metolius
Metolius Wood Grips' smooth texture saves your skin as you train and makes these holds hard to hang onto, so you get a serious pump. Hook up this 25-pack to get your home wall started right. Won't it be nice to have all the skin left on your fingers after a bouldering session' You can train hard all week on the Metolius Wood Grips without worrying about trashing your tips before you get on your project.

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SKU: MET0261
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