Black Diamond Equipment

Black Diamond Equipment

Black Diamond Equipment is a manufacturer of equipment for climbing, skiing and mountain sports, based in Utah, USA. The company also has global offices in Reinach BL, Switzerland and Zhuhai, China. Wikipedia

Black Diamond Equipment

Black Diamond Equipment is a manufacturer of equipment for climbing, skiing and mountain sports, based in Utah, USA. The company also has global offices in Reinach BL, Switzerland and Zhuhai, China. Wikipedia

  • Oct 31 at 9:08 PM
    Don''t be afraid of the dark. #liveclimbrepeat #defythedark #bebabsi Photo: @francoislebeau
  • Oct 29 at 11:44 PM
    Sand in your food, check. Sore feet, check. Gobies, check. Sunburn, check. Desert season, check. #liveclimbrepeat Photo: @wasatchandy
  • Oct 26 at 9:04 PM
    Mount Baker (10,781 feet) catching that first morning light. #liveclimbrepeat #defythedark Photo: @scottrinck
  • Oct 23 at 3:20 PM
    Do you rack your gear with the gates of the carabiners facing inas in pointing toward your hipsor facing out? And why? More importantly, lets address the real nagging question: Is there a correct way? In other words, is racking gates in more efficient than racking gates out, or vice-versa? In the first installment of Gear Myths, we search for the answer to this perplexing question by chatting with several pros to find out whether or not there is a correct way to rack your gear. Read the article, link in profile. #liveclimbrepeat Photos: @kpowick and @wasatchandy

Oct 31, 9:08 PM

Don''t be afraid of the dark. #liveclimbrepeat #defythedark #bebabsi Photo: @francoislebeau

Oct 29, 11:44 PM

Sand in your food, check. Sore feet, check. Gobies, check. Sunburn, check. Desert season, check. #liveclimbrepeat Photo: @wasatchandy

Oct 26, 9:04 PM

Mount Baker (10,781 feet) catching that first morning light. #liveclimbrepeat #defythedark Photo: @scottrinck

Oct 23, 3:20 PM

Do you rack your gear with the gates of the carabiners facing inas in pointing toward your hipsor facing out? And why? More importantly, lets address the real nagging question: Is there a correct way? In other words, is racking gates in more efficient than racking gates out, or vice-versa? In the first installment of Gear Myths, we search for the answer to this perplexing question by chatting with several pros to find out whether or not there is a correct way to rack your gear. Read the article, link in profile. #liveclimbrepeat Photos: @kpowick and @wasatchandy

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