What is a climber’s biggest fear? Climbers are scared of being unsuccessful and injured. In other words, climbers are afraid of falling.
Now that projecting is a norm in the climbing world, people are falling more and more as they try to raise their personal abilities on rock and ice. For this reason, it is imperative that climbing gear provides a soft/dynamic catch while also ensuring the safety of the climber. Falling while climbing is almost inevitable. So why not have the gear that will help take the “edge” off?
Beal, known as "The Dynamic Company," focuses on manufacturing gear that keeps climbers safe and comfortable. With perfected security and dynamic properties, Beal’s collection of dynamic climbing ropes provide climbers with peace-of-mind, even when they are sketched out and dynoing to a sloper.
Beal also focuses on producing gear that compliments and extends the benefits of their ropes. In 2014, Beal will launch some new harnesses, carabiners, and helmets along with the lightest and thinnest half rope. These new products are going to compliment Beal's notorious line of ropes.
The new line of Beal harnesses—being super-thin and lightweight—feature the new WebCore waist-belt the leg-loops. The WebCore construction diminishes pressure points and is wide enough to displace the weight bearing forces during a fall; making a soft catch seem even softer.
During the 2013 Summer Outdoor Retailer Show, WeighMyRack caught up with Benjamin Eaton to capture a sneak peek of the new harnesses.
Beal’s new quickdraw and carabiners will be working double-duty as they ensure the safety of the climber and increase the lifespan of the rope. Climbing hardware can be tough on ropes, causing them to wear out prematurely. Beal has designed their biners to reduce how much the rope gets bent and pinched while also providing options for single or double-rope setups.
During the 2013 Summer Outdoor Retailer Show, WeighMyRack caught up with Benjamin Eaton to capture a sneak peek of the new hardware.
During this year's tradeshow season, the new Beal Gully won numerous awards; not only for being the thinnest and lightest half-rope, but for also being equipped Unicore and an industry leading treatment for superior water and abrasion resistance.
During the 2013 Summer Outdoor Retailer Show, WeighMyRack caught up with Benjamin Eaton to capture a sneak peek of the new rope.
Talk with your local Beal dealer about getting yourself outfitted with Beal climbing equipment. Can’t find a Beal dealer in your area? Then visit www.LibertyMountainClimbing.com.
If your business already sells or wishes to sell Beal climbing equipment, please contact the Liberty Mountain Sales Team or visit www.LibertyMountain.com for more info.
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