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AustriAlpin - Finger Support Tape - Tape tested

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Fiona's profile picture
| Belper
Use all the time

Use for general cuts and to hold o. dressing after slicing finger deeply, stays put even with chalk use and good for restricting movement and support when required.

  • Advantages
    Non-slip surface
    Easy to mount
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Christine's profile picture
| London
Does what it says on the tin

Love the colour, love the feel, and love that it rips off so easily. I don't understand why some manufacturers have made their tape horrible to rip off. If I had an injury, I wouldn't be able to rip it off! Anyway, I haven't had the chance to use it for body/muscle/hand support but I have used it to tape up my alpine/trad draws to make clipping and differentiating the bolt side more easy.

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    Non-slip surface
    Easy to rip off!
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| Wuppertal

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| München

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| Magdeburg

  • Advantages
    Good grip
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| Essen

66% have found the reviews
by Ilka helpful

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    Easy to mount
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| Bonn

Leon's profile picture
| Murau

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    Non-slip surface
Milan's profile picture
| Lanaken
bad tape.

The worst tape I had so far. doesn't stick to the tape itself. nevermind trying to use it while a bit chalk on fingers. the glue is horrible it doesn't stick at all.

  • Disadvantages
    Gets greasy quickly
Richard's profile picture
| Mühldorf

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| Berlin

  • Advantages
    Non-slip surface
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| arfa

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    Non-slip surface
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| Freiburg im Breisgau

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| Dannstadt-Schauernheim

  • Advantages
    Easy to mount
    Non-slip surface
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| Münster

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| Vaasa

  • Advantages
    Non-slip surface
    Easy to mount
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| Maastricht

  • Advantages
    Non-slip surface
  • Disadvantages
    Gets greasy quickly
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| München

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| Langen

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| Mönchengladbach

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by Jan-Christian helpful

  • Advantages
    Easy to mount
    Non-slip surface
Thomas's profile picture
| Tübigen

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    Non-slip surface
    Easy to mount
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| Speyer

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    Non-slip surface
    Easy to mount
Christian's profile picture
| Oberasbach

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    Non-slip surface
    Easy to mount
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| Sachsen b. Ansbach

Robert's profile picture
| Poppenhausen

72% have found the reviews
by Robert helpful

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    Non-slip surface
    Easy to mount

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Protects fingers and joints with the right tape

Finger Tape

Good finger tape for climbing does not only help to protect the fingers from superficial injuries like scratches and tears, but also prevents the joints from being over-strained. Here is an overview on tape for climbing.

The right width of finger tape.

All hands are not the same. To accommodate the different hand and finger sizes of climbers climbing tape manufacturers offer different widths. Every climber can thus, depending on finger size, individually decide which tape most easily wraps around it. Tip: If there is no opportunity to test, simply base your decision on glove size (6-9 rather narrow tape, 10-12 broad tape). If needs be, one can cut along the length of the tape!
Apart from that, a somewhat wider tape has the advantage of added stability and adhesive strength. It is recommended for long tours (big wall and alpine climbing). Narrower tape is more flexible to bind and is not as adhesive. It is therefore recommended for boulderers and skilled climbers.

Proper use of climbing tape

Apart from the tape's very composition, it is always advisable to find out the right technique for your own use. It is easiest to get information from experienced climbers.

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