Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe – Women’s

The Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe for women is a versatile, grippy, and functional shoe that works well during different types of climbs. Despite some issues with the shoe lacking durability, sizing issues, and not being the stiffest option on the market, this shoe is a good choice for climbers who want a combination of comfort and performance in one, well-priced shoe.

Black Diamond Touchstone Haul Bag

The Black Diamond Touchstone Haul Bag is a durable, convenient, and functional option that works well for those who want an easy-to-use pack. Despite not being completely waterproof and lacking some features, the simplicity of this pack is what makes it appealing to some users. This haul bag could be a good choice for those who want a versatile and sleek bag, although it might be too small for single haul users.

Petzl Contact Standard Climbing Rope – 9.8mm

The Petzl Contact Standard Climbing Rope – 9.8mm is a versatile, high-performance, and smooth option for experienced climbers who want an all-around, workhorse rope. Despite some user reports of the sheath wearing out, the majority of owners of this rope have applauded the easy-handling, soft catches, and reliability. This is a durable rope that can easily feed through belay devices, and provide soft catches during otherwise dangerous falls.

Grivel Air Tech Light Crampon

The Grivel Air Tech Light Crampon is a lightweight, durable, and stable option that is well-suited for those who want a reliable and versatile choice for a mixture of terrain. Despite not being the best choice for steep slopes or ice, the ability of the crampon to work with a variety of boots and dig into the snow for ample grip makes it a good choice for any level of alpinist.

Five Ten Team VXI Climbing Shoe

The Five Ten Team XVI Climbing Shoe is a sticky, durable, and comfortable option that is well-suited for tough terrain, hooking, and long routes. Despite being expensive and lacking the stiffness needed for vertical edging, the shoes feature extremely-sticky outer rubber that can hold onto any terrain, making these shoes a good choice for sport and bouldering routes.

Blue Water Icon Double Dry Climbing Rope – 9.1mm

The Blue Water Icon Double Dry Climbing Rope – 9.1mm is a versatile, lightweight, and functional option that is well-suited for climbers who tackle a variety of routes, and want a rope that can handle various terrain. Despite some reports of handling stiff and getting dirty quicker than other ropes, the dry treatment protects against precipitation, the thinner diameter provides easy use, and the lighter-weight makes it easy to bring along on any excursion.

Arc’teryx FL-355 Harness – Women’s

The Arc’Teryx FL-355 Harness for women is a mobile, spacious, and functional option that is well-suited for those climbers who need ample storage and want a highly-flexible choice. Despite the waist strap being a little short and the leg loops reportedly digging into your legs during prolonged hanging, this harness is very nice for climbers who want to bring a substantial amount of gear without compromising their range of motion.

Arc’teryx FL-365 Harness

The Arc’teryx FL-365 Harness is a functional, mobile, and comfortable option that is versatile for a variety of climbing conditions. Despite being expensive and a little heavy for longer approaches, this harness can be compacted to travel easily, distribute weight evenly, and provides safety and security.

Tenaya RA Climbing Shoe

The Tenaya RA Climbing Shoe is a secure and comfortable option that is well-suited for climbers who frequently smear and climb on technical faces. Despite the toe-box preventing the best fit for pockets and the construction being too soft for edging, the shoe is designed for proficiency on smearing, a slight down-turn for more aggressive climbs, and medium-stiffness for added versatility.

Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope – 9mm

The Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope – 9mm is a durable, weather-resistant, and lighter-weight rope that is well-suited for those who specialize in canyoneering and want an all-around option. Despite a lack of reviews and the longer break-in time, this rope provides a good feel for beginners, resists wear-and-tear, and is easy to handle.