Here’s the thing. You’re going to be saving money if you climb for at least 10 sessions or so with them.
You can use that knowledge to roughly judge whether investing in climbing shoes is going to be worth it for you.
As always, I’m not going to give you some big numbered list of all the “best” stick clips out there. That’s not what you’re here for.
You want some meaningful advice on which one to get.
So, I’m going to show you which is the best stick clip for each kind of person, that way, you can be sure that you’ve made the right choice.
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