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Meet Scott Ossim, Trango’s Newest Hold Shaper

Feel the Flower 🌸- Behind the Shapes Trango's newest shaper, Scott Ossim, draws inspiration for his new Flower line from years of experience in the climbing industry, working with gyms around the world and helping them…

Homewall Series 01

How to choose holds, determine wall angles, and start setting. When it comes to creating the “perfect” home wall, it’s easy to wax poetic about all the nuances of sizes and angles, hold types and densities, and ways to set. For the…

The Rise of Khan

The Khans, in reference to the character in the Jungle Book, Shere Khan.  There are many reasons this hold line is called what it is. Back in 2018 I took my first trip to Switzerland and I was fortunate enough to climb one of the best boulder…
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eGrips Unifies Under the Trango Brand

The story of Trango’s hold program begins in 1996, in a windowless warehouse in North Boulder. After experiences with disappointing, fragile, and slick polyethylene climbing holds, eGrips looked to a revolutionary new material derived from…
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El Alma Del Salto (Part I)

El Alma Del Salto (Part I) By Trango athlete Karly Rager Air ribbons floss car windows on the road to La Cienéga de González. Their cool poignancy is amplified by the fact that I’ve been in airports for the last 16 hours to get…
Nate Kenney holding a Trango Raptor Ice Tool
Top-down view of Mike Anderson climbing The Renaissance, 5.14a, his latest first ascent in Colorado's San Luis Valley.
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The Trango Harness Lineup

Our selection of harnesses has something to offer for any type of climbing, and any age of climber! Here's a helpful guide to understanding each harness's best uses and standout features to make your selection easier. All-Around Harnesses These…