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How To Make Your Own Clip Stick – Tips from Jonathan Siegrist

Does reaching that first bolt make you nervous? In this video, Jonathan Siegrist explains how to stick clip. All you need is a stick, a stone and a little ingenuity.

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Does reaching that first bolt make you nervous? In this video, Jonathan Siegrist explains how to stick clip. All you need is a stick, a stone and a little ingenuity.

How To Make Your Own Clip Stick With Jonathan Siegrist | Q-Tip

“We’ve all been there, stood at the bottom of a crag wishing we could clip the first bolt before we start our route. This is often the case when there are tough, bouldery moves at the start of a route or an awkward landing beneath the climb.”