The Best Deals and Sales on Training Gear

Part of the reason we started WeighMyRack was so we wouldn’t get suckered into buying crappy gear just because it was on sale. Buying the right gear saves time, money and energy. And owning gear you’re confident in just makes for a better climbing experience.

This page is to help climbers find great gear at a discounted price. At the same time, one can avoid future frustration by resisting the temptation to buy less-than-ideal gear simply because it’s on sale.

Climbing Specific Training Materials On Sale:

(on sale hang boards, rock rings and power balls)

[apwizard]+rock +rings +3D | +power +balls | +rock +prodigy | +hang +board | +training +board,300,,1,,200,- [/apwizard]

Hand and Arm Strengtheners On Sale:

(on sale grip savers, hand exercisers and strengtheners, power putty, and forearm trainers)

[apwizard]+grip +savers | +hand +exerciser | +power +putty | +hand +strengthener | +forearm +trainer,300,,1,,200,- [/apwizard]


Above you’ll find all the rock climbing training gear we can find online. This includes the climbing specific hang boards and training boards (like the Rock Prodigy setups), rock rings, and power balls. The most common brands you’ll see are Metolius, So Ill and Trango since they specialize in this type of gear and are widely distributed.

We also list some of the smaller hand exercisers that are on-sale like hand strengtheners, grip savers, forearm trainers and power putties. Most often these are from companies that aren’t rock climbing specific.

This page automatically updates every time you view it, to make sure all the best deals are showing. Note: Right now we can’t account for any coupon codes like “take 20% off your entire purchase of $150+” since these sales are in-cart sales only. We’re just listing gear that is specifically discounted (where retailers give us an on-sale price).

If there aren’t many sales, but you still want to geek out on gear, you can compare all the rock climbing gear on the market (whether it’s on-sale or not), by checking out