So Ill Holds SlopeyMon Fingerboard

So Ill Holds SlopeyMon Fingerboard
So Ill Holds SlopeyMon Fingerboard
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SlopeyMon Fingerboard by So Ill Holds
If slopers are your weakness then the So Ill Holds SlopeyMon Fingerboard will quickly make a hard-pulling beast out of you. You'll easily be able to cater your training sessions to your needs thanks to a variety of hold options, and you can spend more time hangboarding and less time at the local hardware because the SlopeyMon comes with mounting hardware.

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SKU: SIH0021
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