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Bubbies

The full-hand version of the Bubbies style features a mix of round slopey knobs with wide sloper blobs spilling out from the wall. Each hold is unique with interesting slopey thumb catches and wide pinches.

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Hold Count: 5
Size: Overgrown
Style: Slopers
Difficulty: Moderate
Shaper: Jason Kehl
Weight: 9.60 lbs
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Hardware Included

Color
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Seafoam
So iLL Green
Green
Red
Yellow
Orange
Pink
Purple
Blue
Black

*Unless a custom color is specified and paid for, you will receive your holds in one of our nine inventory colors. Please note that custom color orders are produced on a per order basis and require a 30-day lead time.


Customer Reviews

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Bubbies, Bubbers and a Big Bubbie

Built a home climbing wall over a 3 month period early this year and needed some holds. After hours of research, landed on So iLL given the huge selection, good color options and high quality images to aid in the decision making process. In our first order we snagged a starter kit, innies - small and diagnosis (all in so ill green). They were great to get the wall going and functional, but the selection my wife and I made from the bubbies family took our wall to the next level. After much deliberation we picked the bubbies, bubbers and a big bubbie (all in pink). These holds are so dynamic, in that you can turn rotate most of them from an almost jug like feel all the way around to a difficult sloper. This allows you to leave a route in place and slowly change its difficulty level as your skill evolves. And I’m not a leave a review kind of guy but felt compelled to share my thoughts on this particular set of holds. I’ll copy and paste this review across the bubbie holds we selected although I’m sure the other holds in bubbie family are just as sweet. We’ve also got some blue holds from the flow family on order that we can’t wait to get our hands on!



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