Crag Supply is a curated resource of the best climbing gear offered on Amazon.com. We also donate 10% of our proceeds to the Southeastern Climbing Coalition to preserve climbing areas for future climbers to enjoy!
This site came into existence because, as a graphic designer and a rock climber, I was running into issues when I was shopping for gear online:
- Most climbing websites are very outdated and cumbersome to navigate through.
- I enjoyed purchasing products from international brands, but the customer service, shipping, and stock always suffered depending on the brand.
- I also wanted to be able to support the climbing community so I could give back to a community that has given me so much.
To combat all these problems, I initially bought my gear off of Amazon (because I trusted them, they have amazing customer service, 2-day shipping), and I would donate money separately to climbing coalitions and organizations.
However, Amazon sells almost everything imaginable. Their website is a bit overwhelming with all of the ads, unrelated products, and irrelevant categories. What I needed was a site that possessed Amazon’s offerings, but only offered gear that was relevant to climbers. I wanted a site that was easy to navigate and browse. I wanted a resource I could trust to show me the best climbing gear available.
So then I thought, why don’t I just make it myself? Crag Supply was made by climbers for climbers as a tool to show you cutting edge climbing gear. Crag Supply is a curated resource that allows you to browse gear listed on Amazon and automatically converts parts of your purchases into donations for the climbing community. We only list equipment that has been tried and tested. We are not sponsored by any brands or companies so you can trust that we are devoted to showing you products that we use ourselves. We believe in giving back to the climbing community, which is why 10% of all proceeds are donated to the Southeastern Climbing Coalition. All we want is for you to find your favorite set of gear so you can get back out to the crag and do what we all love to do. Climb.