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  • n. Plural form of boulderer.


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  • He'll battle boulderers from more than 30 countries.

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  • It features full-wingspan moves on glassy, sloping holds, presenting a quiet but obvious challenge for steel-fingered boulderers of the world-class ilk.

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  • As for legs, I would keep high reps (12-15) low weight just for joint stability because building muscle in you're legs is counter-intuitive to climbing (especially bouldering) If you look at more experienced boulderers they usually have big ass upper bodies and little spindley legs.


  • They at least respect boulderers and sport climbers in the gym.


  • Padding has become part of the culture, and lots of boulderers in recent years have been polemically anti-rope.


  • However, I've seen boulderers place two or three of the things on very dangerous - uneven, jagged, pitted, sloping - terrain and proceed, feeling well-protected: an illusion consciously formulated on occasion, I suspect.


  • The VS has a really aggressive last (more so than the old miura) and a super pointy toe (similar to the solutions) so these are a top choice for boulderers and sport climbers alike.



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