Very interesting experimental data has been sent to us. Can Tokyo Powder’s chalk increase the frictional force of rubber?
Unlike the common train of thought, climbing chalk should not only be used to decrease the amount of moisture on the hands, but increase the friction between the hand and the contact surface. According to our recent research, we have found that to be true with our chalk.
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After take the 2nd episode with Yuki, We tried a BOOST friction test on the grass.
The test is simple – lift the hold off the grass!
The hold used is Cheos Hold Eos ( http://pump.ocnk.net/product/7621 ) and Wahaaah ! Dual texture Emanuela ( http://aixhold.ocnk.net/product/454 ) was used.
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We’re excited to announce our new Podcast named KONA RADIO.
No, Kona isn’t just a mountain bike brand. And no, it’s not Hawaiian Coffee Beans.
Kona means “Powder” in Japanese.
We’re going to invite various guests from the Japanese Climbing Industry, to discuss all types of topics of interest. Most Podcasts will be in Japanese with a few in English from our friends overseas.
You can subscribe by your podcast apps, Searching by ‘粉末ラジオ’
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