Blank Slate Slim

Easy to hang, easy to train

$99; blankslateclimbing.com

With an Editors’ Choice Award in 2012, the original Blank Slate was simple yet ingenious: a hangboard that utilizes a doorway leverage system and doesn’t require a single drilled hole. Now they’ve made a smaller version to fit in even more locations. The setup takes about 15 minutes (even for the assemblyimpaired), and you can mount your training tool of choice to the 29.5” x 8” wood board, which fits a medium to small hangboard or up to eight separate climbing holds. Once it’s assembled, it takes about 10 seconds to hang or take down, so it’s great for small living spaces, dorms, and rental houses where drilling a hole means money out of your pocket.



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