Proudly handcrafted in Alberta, Canada
Where we live, where we play
Designed for straightforward training
Finished to a smoothness fingers will love
Our Pullboard™ Travel is a portable training tool designed to pop into your climbing pack or checked baggage. Whether you’re warming up at the crag or training away from home, this model is a travel essential. Sling through bolts, over trees and playground bars. Squeeze in a hangboard session at your hotel gym or take it to your local climbing gym for warming up your fingers.
Buy this Pullboard
Buy this board if you need to warm-up fingers at the crag or you want to train on the road. If you don’t have space for a wall-mount board then this board is a great alternative. If climbing-is-your-life then we’d definitely recommend a travel and a wall-mount board.
A note on air travel - check this Pullboard in your checked baggage. The TSA and CATSA don’t like this going in your carry-on.
To blend quality and source our wood in a respectful way, we only use Canadian hardwood that is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified.
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The flexibility to adjust shoulder width for hanging is a game changer. It allows for a wider range of training.
The advantage with Pullboards is the simple biomechanical design, enabling effective strength results while minimizing common injuries.
The Pullboard Travel is a complete setup in one super compact unit. It's got everything I need from warm ups to training sessions.
Hangboard training from home popularity has taken off during this pandemic and with that can be training misinformation that gets thrown into the chaos alongside it. We asked the founder of Redpoint Physiotherapy to provide our community with a science-based dialogue on protective training so we can all pay attention to fundamental elements of form and do our best to prevent injury when so many are exploring this complementary form of climbing training.
With social distancing and self-quarantines in place because of covid-19, we’re all looking for ways to stay active and keep training. Climbing training at home has always been a part of our training mix for finger strength, but for others, the closures of climbing, fitness gyms and crags is part of the new normal.