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Where’s your favorite #Space2Play

Watch as Sanuk’s Chris Sharma shares his unconventional beginnings as a rock climber, sneaks into The Mystery Spot and shows us his secluded bouldering haven in Santa Cruz. #smilepassiton

CLICK HERE to WATCH the WEBISODE

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Oh yes! Chris Sharma’s mind-blowing, new climbing gym has officially opened to the public. Step inside the 25,000 sq ft playground known as Sender One Climbing for a look at its jam-packed grand opening grinfest.

 

Located in Santa Ana, California, Sender One is the first indoor rock climbing facility owned and designed by the world’s most iconic rock climber, Chris Sharma. With over 25,000 square feet of climbing surface and walls up to 50 feet high, Sender One is every climber’s paradise no matter the skill level or experience. 

For more info, visit http://www.senderoneclimbing.com

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No rehearsal. No falls. No problem! Sanuk climber Daniel Woods sends the world’s most difficult boulder problem to date… first try! Entlinge; V15 Flash.

Dig it? Download his new, must-see, full length film,Welcome to the Hood, at 27crags.com. It’s insane!

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Congratulations to Sanuk climber Daniel Woods for absolutely dominating the Hueco Rock Rodeo for the third year in a row! The phenom put up a personal best in Texas by sending a pair of v14s, a v13, two v12s, and a v11 - all in one epic day. Ridiculous!

CLIMBING NEWS: “Welcome to the Hood” - Coming Soon

Calling all climbing lovers and outdoor addicts!

Right now, Sanuk’s Daniel Woods is working on a new film project, Welcome to the Hood. With the excitement beginning to build in the bouldering community, we thought what better way to loop you in than with a few words from the phenom himself…

Our goal with “Welcome the Hood” is to bring back the social aspect of bouldering and show our interaction with the climbing community around the world. The word “hood" to us means our neighborhood which includes the people we meet, the places we travel too, and the rocks we climb…

The climbers featured in the film are Paul Robinson, Anthony Gullsten, Guntram Joerg, and myself. We have 20 climbs from Austria, Switzerland, and France.

According to the WTTH Facebook Page (yes, you should totally go “LIKE” it), the full movie will be filmed over the next 5 months and should be available in early June 2012 as an HD download and DVD. 

Until then, make sure to follow their adventures for all kinds of project updates and product giveaways. In fact…

Right now, Daniel and the crew are hookin’ fans up with free Sanuks on their Facebook Page. CLICK HERE to get in on the action!

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Climbing makes us smile.

Postcard from Sanuk Climber Daniel Woods

Time:  5:42 AM | Location: Murgtal, Switzerland 

Hey guys, I just made a flash ascent (first try) of one of Europe’s hardest boulder problems Entlinge, established by Fred Nicole in 2005. My ascent was the problems 5th ascent over the years. This was the first ever 8B+/C flash in bouldering history.

I have video of the flash ascent and a photo as well. The video will come out in our upcoming film Welcome to the Hood featuring Paul Robinson, myself, Andy Gullsten, and Guntram Jorg. The film follows us around the world (our hood) and shows our lifestyle as professional climbers.

Entlinge was first established in 2005 by bouldering pioneer Fred Nicole. He stated that it was one of his hardest boulders next to Terremer (8C) in Hueco Tanks, TX. The climb is 6 moves long out a 50 degree overhanging roof. There are not any complications to the climb besides pulling as hard as you can.

The crux move revolves around a split finger half pad pinch and a desperate throw to a quarter pad incut crimp while keeping the tension. I was very surprised to do it first try, but had immaculate conditions and a free mind. It was 3 degrees C outside with a slight humid air surrounding the boulder. When I topped out, I felt as if my heart was going to stop from so much adrenaline pumping through my body. 

- Daniel Woods