• 8b Plus

    8b Plus

    When I here 8bplus, I think 'eat more chalk'.


    Designed by climbers for climbers.  

  • Antworks


    When talking about Antworks the company, how THEY produce their gear, what material do THEY use, who is in charge of design, manufacturing etc well the answer to ALL these questions is Christian.


    Christian has been working on and designing climbing related training equipment for the past 20 years. Antworks has been established in October 2012 and it all started in Christian's garage thanks to his passion for the sport. He now has several product designer awards that help him pursue the goal of developing artistic boards with high performance potential.  Christian comes up with innovative ideas himself and takes note of what the climbers using his products have to say.

    baseHe is still today the only man in manufacturing them, so if you have any Antwork product sitting at home or hanging on your wall, you can be sure that it passed through Christians hands. The advantage of Antworks is the fact that the climber can combine the different products and training tools to meet his/her specific needs. 

  • Arc'teryx


    Arc'teryx are a company located in the middle of the Coast Mountains in Canada. It is  located in one of the least populated wilderness regions on this planet. This allows the team to test their products right outside their door. It's like Dan Green, VP of design, says: "the design centre is where things get built, but all of the inspiration, all of the problems that need to be solved are out in the mountains".  

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  • Beal


    Beal is a french company that has been established 70 years ago, in 1950. It's primary product at the time were cords and laces for anoraks. It is only 25 years later, after one of the employees came back from a meeting in Grenoble where he saw that the mountain rope presented looked a lot like what Beal was already producing, that the rope production got started. In 1976 the first BEAL climbing rope is presented and ten years later in 1986 BEAL is the number 1 manufacturer of climbing ropes. The company doesn't stop there but continues to develop and innovate the rope scene. In 1990 they come up with the iceline which is a game changer for all ice climbers because the rope is much more fluid and has a lower shock force. In 1993 they add yet another line of rope to their inventory, the industrial rope for work at height. BEAL has ever since continued to improve and develop their products and still today are a great reference for all climbers in need of rope. 


  • Beastmaker


    Beastmaker originated in Sheffield UK and was created by a bunch of climbers who at the time just wanted to improve their fingerstrength from home since university didn't leave to much time for climbing. They were obsessed with creating an ergonomically, skin friendly training tool. In 2007, the first Beastmaker fingerboard sees daylight. It got fine tuned for another 6 month but after that it was a pleasure to train on it. 

    Initially the Beastmaker was designed for personal use and maybe a few friends, but after the Sheffield gang hit up Leicester with their new product the market for it exploded. They improved the fingerboard one more time by using computer aided design and manufacturing before it became what it is today, the new standard for fingerboards. 

    Today, every climbing gym and almost every "serious" climber has either a Beastmaker 1000 or 2000. It has helped many athletes achieve their goal and track progress. 

  • Beta Stick

    Beta Stick

    Simon Berry and Ian Barnes are the founders of Beta Climbing Designs. Established in 2002 by climbers, it's main goal was to get the BetaStick out on the market as soon as possible. It then didn't take long for climbers all around the world to take notice and equip themselves with this super handy tool. Some climbing sites like the Frankenjura have their first spits at a hight of about 6-7m, so there for example it is super useful to have a BetaStick with you. stick

  • Black Diamond

    Black Diamond

    Many professional athletes such as Alex Honnold, Adam Ondra etc trust their lives to Black Diamond gear on a daily basis. Overall, this brand provides an extremely wide range of climbing products, such as climbing harnesses, nuts and friends for Big Wall climbing, carabiners, helmets and the list goes on. bd

  • Blackroll


    Black Roll - Everything is a circle

    In life there are positives and negatives, good and bad, cold and warm, heathy and sick, it is all about finding balance. Just the same way a climber who trains hard, needs to rest and recover appropriately. It is a reality a lot of people have a hard time accepting but unless you have a certain awareness of your body and it's needs to rest, recover, eat, train etc you will not become the climber or boulderer you have visioned. 

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  • Blue Ice

    Blue Ice

    Humble in the face of the mountain, aware of its beauty and its dangers, we are among those who focus our attention on preserving it rather than conquering it.

  • Boot Bananas

    Boot Bananas

    BootBananas was created in South London by Alex and Phil, with the one and only mission of eliminating that unbearable smell of Phils climbing shoes. Every climber/boulderer can relate to that, long hours at the crag, on the project or on the big wall, it doesn't matter, the climbing shoes will smell terribly at the end of the day. After trying out nearly every deodoriser on the market the couple decided to solve the problem themselves. 


  • Boreal


    Footwear made in Spain. Leading the way in the specialist production of climbing, mountaineering and trekking footwear since 1975.

  • Cafe Kraft

    Cafe Kraft

    With the invention and definition of the Rot Punkt Kurt Albert reinvented free climbing and launched a wave of revolution in the climbing scene. Wolfgang Güllich pushed the limits further and further until he had the hardest first ascent on 3 continents at a time. The original CAFÉ KRAFT in the Pegnitztal was one of the main reunion spots during Kurt and Wolfgangs time and taking over the name for the climbing gym was a no brainer. Today the name Cafe Kraft hasn't lost it's reputation or charm, many professional and hobby climbers make use of the Kraft products and gyms on their journey to the top. 

  • CamelBak


    CamelBak was founded with the ideal of promoting an active lifestyle and keeping you hydrated whilst doing so. They are the first ones to introduce BPA free bottles on the market and keep searching for innovation.

  • Casper's


    Casper's Climbing Shop was founded in 2013 in Luxembourg by Casper himself. A couple of years later Anjin jumped on board of the train and the shop started moving in the right direction.

    Today the shop is managed by 4 guys and their dogs. 


  • Chalk Rebels

    Chalk Rebels

    Chalk Rebel's mission is to preserve the climbing environment by using less powder chalk and 𝐮𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐠𝐨𝐨𝐝 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐥𝐤 instead! 🌎

    Chalk Rebels are also developing products to help climbers mitigate the ill effects of chalk on skin health. This means developing products for use during, before, and after climbing.

    Before: Moisturising Cream

    During: Chalk Cream

    After: Skin Repair Balm

    Environment First

    Furthermore, Chalk Rebels is a proud member of 1% for the Planet together with companies like Patagonia and Clean Kanteen. The 1% for the Planet seal indicates that a business donates 1% of its annual sales to environmental nonprofits.

  • Chimpanzee


    Chimpanzee Nutrition bars are great tasting energy bars, containing NO trans-fats or GMO. They are vegetarian friendly and some even vegan friendly and are a great addition to your climbing or bouldering backpack. Perfect to snack between problems or routes for a quick boost of energy. They have a high amount of protein and are sustainable sources of energy. Lots of different tastes are available so find your favourite and make sure you are always equipped with a couple of bars before taking on the next trip to the crag or mountains. Eat chimpanzee to climb like a chimp.


    Samuel Volery, professional highliner

  • Climb On

    Climb On

    ClimbOn has a huge range of products all meant to bring balance back to your system using natures finest ingredients. In climbing these products have become very popular because skin care is a major factor in this sport and can make the difference between sending your project or looking at the rock without a clue. 

  • Climbing Technologies

    Climbing Technologies

    Climbing Technology was established 30 years ago and is a big provider of personal protective equipment. 

  • Climbskin


    Climbskin is still a pretty new company that has been founded by a bunch of friends who all loved nature and sports, especially climbing. Their goal is to overcome this ever recurring problem of damaged skin limiting an athletes performance or training possibilities. So that is when and why they pooled all their knowledge and ideas together to create what we all know today, Climb Skin Hand Cream. This was made possible by the amazing team of chemists, biologist, physicians and especially the fact that they were all surrounded by climbers and their needs/feedback over the past years. Furthermore, as many climbing brands do, the respect for nature has to be a priority, which is why 1% of all their sales is donated to partnerships that promote sustainable climbing or associations like Climbers Against Cancer.

  • Coghlans


    Over 60 years ago Norm Coghlan founded Coghlan’s Ltd. with the Camp Stove Toaster, creating the foundation for what would become the biggest single brand of camping accessories in the world. 

  • CU Belay Glasses

    CU Belay Glasses

    Neck pain is annoying, up to the point that it could paralyse you. Trapped nerves, a bulge in one of the discs or muscular issues, can be a pain in the neck. There are a variety of causes: sitting in front of a computer all day doesn't help, falling asleep in an awkward position, stress, worry, or just gazing at your mates bum for several hours as he/she makes steady progress up the first V5........Belayer's neck? There is a cure! 

  • D'Addario


    testD'Addario is a company that produces sustainable and creative accessories for musicians.

    The materials they use to do so are high end quality and assure precise, clean products. Furthermore, they are aware and responsible in their production process where sustainability and reduced waste are a priority. Now we at Caspers Climbing Shop saw that some of these products musician use, especially the ones to train their finger strength, can be beneficial for climbers and boulderers so we made them available to you here on our website. Grip

    These are ideal for warming up on the crag, are small enough to put in any boulder/climbing backpack and versatile enough so that both an advanced climber and a beginner can use them efficiently. 

  • Dark Ventures
  • DMM


  • E9


    E9 was founded in 1998 by former boulder world champion, Mauro Calibani, who's dream it was from a very young age to impact the climbing world, both on the rock and skin. The process of making high quality creative clothing for climbers by climbers has been going on for over 20 years and has clearly set it's own trend in the marketplace. You could go as far as to say that E9 established what climbing apparel is since for a very long time they were the only once creating it.

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  • Edelrid


    The strand and cord manufacture Edelmann plus Ridder, also known as Edelrid, was founded in 1863 in Isny, Allgäu. 90 years later, in 1953, the very first Kernmantel rope is created and introduced to the climbing market where it sets the new standard for climbing ropes. Today Edelrid produces a huge variety of products ranging from safety equipment, clothing, ropes, slings all the way to ice gear.  

    Edelrid has mastered four divisions over the past 150 years. These are Safety, Sport, Adventure Park and customer solutions and have given the company a solid ground to stand on and further innovate. Having a solid base in these divisions also makes Edelrid largely immune to market fluctuations and give them the required freedom to continue developing the best products in each category. All 4 areas are equally developed and innovated through combined knowledge of the four. The one thing these divisions all have in common is "mountain sport" which is the main area of focus and expertise.

    As a conscious sustainable mountain sports company Edelrid produce equipment suited for nature. Naturally, protecting the environment is priority number one. The mindful treatment of people and nature is an important part of their corporate culture and company philosophy. Here is an extract from the EDELRID corporate aims:

    "As an environmentally-friendly company, we want to reduce resource consumption and emissions in order to ensure sustainable corporate development."

    In order for the environmental impact to be measurable and transparent and to give the incentive to constantly improve, Edelrid has been publishing environmental statements since 2010. With the environmental statement they disclose what is important for assessing environmental performance, but also show what means and measures they use to reach their environmental goals and what they have achieved to date. This statement can be found here.

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  • Faza


    Faza was founded in 2014. The story starts with a young boy who's father was a carpenter and let him play with his tool set. Growing up, being surrounded by different types of wood and different tools to work it fascinated him. Then his older brother introduced him to the local climbing gym and the young boy was hooked for life. At the age of 30, after having tested and broken over a thousand brushes, having tried different shapes, woods etc the Faza brush as you know it today emerged. 

  • Five Ten
  • Frictionlabs


    Frictionlabs originated with Kevin and Keah's goal of giving the climbing community a choice and high quality chalk. 

  • Gibbon


    Robert Kaeding is the CEO and Founder of Gibbon who says “In everything we do, we believe in driving excellence in focus and core strength, to balance mind and body, delivering improvement on everyday life.” 

  • GoodGrip
  • Hey Dude

    Hey Dude

    Born in Italy, raised in the world.

    Hey Dude's are the perfect shoes for climbers. They are quick to take off or put on, which comes in handy if your outside on the rock, just coming down of your boulder project and quickly slip on your Hey Dude's.

  • Jingo Wobbly

    Jingo Wobbly

    Specialist publishers, who understand that Walking and Climbing are separate activities - and therefore require separate titles, concepts and approaches. All of the specific guidebooks are designed especially for rugged outdoor use, and are aimed at enthusiasts.

  • KiCA


    Initially, "KICA KICA" was the sound made every time the machine was turned on. This was one of the major concerns of Feiyu, who's been working on making the machine as compact as possible whilst maintaining performance.

    Brand mission statement: Use high-tech technology to bring customers a better healthy life experience.

  • KitKa


    KitKa is a climbing holds company based in Finland. They produce high quality PU and PE holds in a variety of colours. Great for any gym and competition wall but also for personal home walls!  

  • Kitka Holds

    Kitka Holds

    KitKa is a climbing holds company based in Finland. They produce high quality PU and PE holds in a variety of colours. Great for any gym and competition wall but also for personal home walls!  

  • Klean Kanteen

    Klean Kanteen

    Along the way, KleanKanteen stayed a family and employee-owned company, meaning they have been rejecting investor money for a long time. This allows them to stay true to their principles and work on what they want when they want it. They are a proud member of the 1% For The Planet movement, where they have already donated over $3 million directly to environmental organizations dedicated to preserving and restoring wild places.

    From the very beginning, Klean Kanteens have been built with love— the love of adventure, the love of conserving wild places and the love of replacing single-use plastic.

  • Kong


    In 1830 the company was founded by and named after the Bonaiti family. Situated at the foot of the Alps they recognised the need for personal protective equipment, as they saw more and more people "hanging" in the mountains. Later in 1977 the company changed its name to KONG but continued with the same principles: 

    “To manufacture safety where risk is the protagonist”

  • La Sportiva

    La Sportiva

    La Sportiva was founded in 1929 in the Dolomites by a man named Narciso Delladio who at the time manufactured wooden leather boots for lumber jacks and farmers of the valley. After the war, the demand for boots went up forcing Delladio to hire more workers. That is when the name of Calzoleria Sportiva crossed the borders of the valley for the first time.

    From that moment onward the Sportiva company took off through the roof and quickly becomes market leader in the category of climbing and mountains. They are leaders in the production of climbing shoes, approach shoes, hiking boots, mountain apparel and more. They also cover the market in the categories of mountain running, trekking and skimountaineering. Not long ago LaSportiva started to cover these categories and produces equipment and apparel for them as well. 

  • Lapis


    Lapis originated in 1991 through Aljoša Grom's passion for climbing and route-setting. He started carving his first climbing holds and noticed the positive feedback of fellow climbers and route-setters. 

  • Lattice Training

    Lattice Training

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    The range of athletes they work with is quiet big. From intermediate to advanced, even professional, climbers can get an assessment and training programs tailored to their needs.

  • Looking for Wild

    Looking for Wild

    Manufactured with respect for man and our planet, Looking for Wild's clothes become a solution to fight against fast fashion.

    High quality technical clothing, famous for its comfort and performance, made in a short circuit. This is what Looking for Wild is all about!

  • Mammut


    To create a world moved by mountains

    Mountains move people like no other place on Earth. That is why our purpose is to create products that enable all outdoor enthusiasts to experience the power of the mountains.

  • Metolius


    Metolius was founded 40 years ago near the Metolius River in Oregon. Back in the 80s the climbing scene was still quiet new and the choice of equipment was quiet limited. Harnesses were not comfortable, carabiners not tested and a lot was not even available which is why a lot of people just manufactured their own gear, and so did Metolius.  

  • Moon Climbing

    Moon Climbing

    Ben Moon founded Moon Climbing in the year 2002 with the goal of providing to the climbing community, what he wished he had the last 30 years for training. 

  • Ocun
  • Origin Outdoors
  • Osprey
  • Panico Verlag
  • Petzl


    Everything started in 1930 thanks to an artisan called FERNAND PETZL.

    Petzl's mission was to create innovative solutions, be it as service or a tool, that help the user improve and keep safe in vertical terrain. The journey started with Fernand Petzls passion for cave exploration where he put his artisan skills to use. Born from this is the newly acquired expertise of rappelling and climbing in the dark and obscure caves. 1970 is the year the first Petzl branded product are manufactures in Saint-Nazaire-les-Eymes, France and 5 years later the Petzl company is founded.

  • Prana


    Prana is a responsible clothing company who's motto is to produce clothing for positive change. They want people to start thinking about what they wear just the way they think about what they eat.

  • Red Chili

    Red Chili

    Only climbers know what climbers need.

    Red Chili was founded 20 years ago by Uwe and Stefan. The inspiration came after the two climbed the west face and reached the summit of El Cap. After 20 long and hard pitches they reached the top with burning, painful feet. That is when the thought of manufacturing their own climbing shoe popped into their heads the first time. 

  • ReWhite


    ReWhite or as many people still know it WhiteOut was founded in 2016. It initially started with Julian and David wanting to make colourful chalk. They quickly realised that people where still predominantly using white chalk and the idea was thrown out.

  • RITR


    The story of Rite in the Rain begins when Alec Polson, of the Polson Lumber Company of Washington, posed the following question to Jerry Darling:

    “Isn’t there a better way to record the scaling of logs and the tallying of lumber in the inclement Pacific Northwest weather?”

    Jerry’s search began...

  • Rúngne


    Magnus Midtbø is the muscle and mind behind Rúngne Apparel. Rúngne is all about sport climbing and bouldering gear but can also be used outside climbing as it is comfy, cool and always on point. Their apparel fits your everyday vibe too. 

  • Scarpa


    Scarpa was founded in 1938 and has its headquarter in the Dolomite Mountains in northern Italy. With Scarpa innovation and tradition always shared the same importance. They started off by regrouping all the best shoemakers of the Asolo area with the goal of manufacturing the best footwear anywhere. 

  • Sens


    Sustainability and minimal harm

    More than just carbon offsetting or claiming a paper bag as “environment saving”. For Sens, sustainability means changing the systems.

    In 2013 the United Nations first published a scientific report regarding a potential aid for Sens's unsustainable meat protein production - cricket protein. For a long time, nobody cared. Supermarkets did not offer cricket protein products on their shelves. Sens took this challenge upon themselves and decided to be the leader in this systemic change.

  • Silva


    In 1933, Björn, Alvar and Arvid Kjellström invented the first ever liquid-filled compass, and that's how the story begins. 

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  • Thrill Seeker

    Thrill Seeker

    Bulgarian company Thrill Seeker shapes climbing hods with extreme attention to detail and anatomical design. Their shapes provide skin friendly surfaces without compromising the grip. All sets are split into ranges with unique shapes and various types of grips which allow route setters to create endless possibilities of routes / boulders by using holds sharing similar design.

  • TRX
  • Vertebrate Publishing Ltd.
  • Wild Country

    Wild Country

    The philosophy at Wild Country is to utilise the experience of the people ‘on board’ to help design and create gear of the highest quality and highly relevant to the climbers of the day.

  • Witchholds


    Ergonomically shaped training tools to help improve climber/boulderers strength and general level. 

  • Woolpower
  • XCult
  • Y & Y
  • Zlag


    Zlag is part of Vertical Life, founded in 2013, which represents a team passionate and devoted to climbing.