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Welcome to Three Ball Climbing!Where Andrew, Susie & Steve strive to manufacture the highest quality climbing holds, ninja warrior, and grip strength training gear for your gym. We do everything from scratch right here in the U.S.A.

Here at Three Ball we've always found it strange that most companies seem to Compete on Price. We've never been interested. Our Focus has always been on creating functional products to enhance your (and our) training.

All our products are designed, tested, and created by people who are capable of Flexing It Out :D

Solid Climbing Holds:
At Three Ball Climbing we have a few things we're looking for when designing climbing grips.

1. Grips must be Comfortable. If grips are uncomfortable or too painful is it gonna be fun? How focused on moving properly are you going to be when you are trying to ignore pain.
2. Grips must be Built to Last.
3. Structure


Most climbing hold producers use one of 4 types of plastic:

1. Semi-Rigid Polyurethane
2. Rigid Polyurethane
3. Semi-Soft Polyurethane
4. Polyester Resin (with and without fillers)

At Three Ball Climbing we regularly test climbing holds made with different materials by breaking them with a torque wrench. We make our holds with pure Rigid Polyurethane for flat walls because it stands up to abuse the best. Our climbing holds are more durable than holds made with less expensive materials. If you push them to the limit, you'll be more likely to break the t-nut.

Route setters in climbing gyms normally tighten holds down to 9-11 ft-lbs of pressure. Your average t-nut will break somewhere between 16 and 29 ft-lbs depending on the type of wood and the type of holds used. Our Rigid bolt-on crimps can withstand over 20 ft-lbs of pressure before breaking.


I'm sure you've seen those big hollow slopers with no support behind the bolt hole. You bolt it down and it warps or breaks. At Three Ball we'll never do that. In addition to the design, we feel it is important for climbing holds to have a good solid structure.

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