I have always been a big fan of La Sportiva. My first pair of climbing shoes was coincidentally a pair of Cobra, just because my favourite colour then was orange. I didn’t know about performance, fitting, function or any other considerations for buying climbing shoes. As long as my toes are squashed and are as … Continue reading Tech Tips 6: Choosing your “perfect” climbing shoes
5 years ago, I left the services with a degenerative disc on my L4/L5. For those who do not know what it means, the simple run down is I have a perpetual backache whenever I carry loads, high impacts, long hard descents and hanging in the harness for too long. Being the stubborn me, refusing … Continue reading Tech Tips 5 : Cleaning and maintenance for Arcteryx Altra 65 Load Transfer Disc
Here's a quick video to share how to use the Backcountry cuisine flameless heater pack if you forgot your stove! Easy to use and lightweight, you will appreciate some last minute hot meals in a pouch!
After a big winter and spring season, our jackets took a beating from being in dirt, rain and rocks. Apart from the funky smell the jacket is developing, it is also looking dirtier. So I have decided to wash it! The common argument for GORE TEX Garment is can we wash it? The answer is Yes of … Continue reading Tech Tip 3 – Cleaning GORE TEX jacket
ABD or the Assisted Braking Device has been the most used acronym in the last 2 weeks in Singapore climbing community. Before this I have never seen so much interest being paid to a belaying device after all its just for belaying right? For those readers who have no idea what the issue is … Continue reading Gear review – Mad Rock Life Guard
I have owned several helmets in my short 10 years of climbing career and I remember when I started off climbing in the gym or the outdoors, I would tease people who used helmet while climbing in a sports climbing area. With the young and ignorant mind thinking that its uncool, reduced performance and there … Continue reading Singing Rock, Penta
It's exactly 3 months down our Europe trip, how time flies indeed! From Dolomiti in Italy, Gorge du Verdon and Annot in France and even right down south to El Chorro in Spain, we are now in the beautiful setting of Chulilla (a little village less than an hour drive from the Spanish eastern coast … Continue reading Gear Review by Kelly: Arc’teryx Rho AR Zip Neck & Gamma Rock Pant