Entries by Trango


Setter Spotlight: Movement Gyms – DMV

Earlier in the year we sent the head routesetters of Movement’s five gyms throughout the DC area their choice of Trango holds, and paid them a visit to watch the routesetting in action. See their work and read about their approach to setting in this blog post.


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 to outfit their walls with shapes that keep climbers coming back for more. Scott envisioned a line of shapes that setters could […]


Homewall Series 02: Roy’s Tips for your Best Homewall

Are you ready to get started with your own homewall? In this video Roy Quanstrom, route setter and hold shaper, explains how to get started with your home climbing wall, from choosing your holds to setting your wall. Roy breaks down how to plan and budget for your initial hold purchase, the best approach for […]


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 sake of simplicity, we’re going to lay out some easy-to-follow concepts that will […]

Hueco – Shaped by Nature

From Myorcan, to SoCo and Mammoth Rub, the majority of our most recent shapes have been inspired by the textures we find in nature. Whether through climbing or just passing by, these textures continue to inspire Master Shaper Ty Foose in new ways – even after decades of shaping. Here’s a snapshot of a day […]

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 problems in the world. The boulder is called […]