Fat Pockets - Rock Climbing Pockets
This is a new and developing series of climbing holds that we will continue to add as more holds are shaped and manufactured! For now, this climbing hold family includes two Fat Pockets that are designed to offer 2 to 3 fingers depth (depending on finger size) in a comfortable, tendon-friendly pocket.
These holds will improve your pocket grip strength and will be fun and enjoyable to climb on in terrain from vertical to 45° (for you stronger boulderers). Expect to find some nuance and cryptic problem-solving when trying to figure out how best to hold these.
This family of climbing holds will have a soft pitted sandstone texture meant to mimic rock you will find outdoors. They were inspired by the steep Sandstone pockets of the Red River Gorge in Kentucky.
Like all Cryptic Climbing rock climbing holds, expect a semi-fine texture that is gentle on your skin but still offers solid friction. These are high-quality Polyurethane resin and every hold has zinc or stainless steel washer (s) built-in to the bolt/screw holes and are sanded flat on the back.
We currently offer these color options:
These are bolt-on holds, meaning they accept a standard 3/8" bolt that secures to a t-nut behind 3/4" plywood (this is a standard climbing setup).
* Need Hardware? We are happy to automatically select the correct bolts and screws for your hold package, just select yes before adding them to cart. The carabiner is not included and is for size reference only. Need some climbing wall hardware? Click the link to view T-Nuts for Climbing Walls.
If you need footholds to go with this, we would recommend our 12-pack of Steep Feet. They offer the perfect variety of feet to match these handholds (and are very inexpensive).
Production and Shipping Time
Your order will be made-to-order in the USA (Springfield, Missouri). We will rush and try to get it shipped as quickly as possible without sacrificing quality. Expect 5-7 business days for holds to be manufactured, cured, sanded, and shipped.
Disclaimer: Rock climbing is inherently dangerous, so please do so at your own risk. Any information you read here is only a suggestion. You are the person responsible for creating a safe climbing wall for you and anyone using it. We are not responsible for any injuries or complications caused from using our products.