The story behind the brand
InCurvo is a brand founded by an ordinary climber, Lena. She started to climb quite late in her life, when she met a climbing instructor at a birthday party.
He initiated her to outdoor climbing and at that moment, she faced her fear of height while being moved by the beauty of the landscape from viewpoints that would not be accessible otherwise.
Then, she started to go quite often to indoor climbing gyms, and kept some bounds with outdoor climbing. Progressively, climbing shaped her life and brought her to places she would never had explored if not for climbing.
Enjoying the increasing positive influence of climbing on her life, she felt the need to combine her interest for design with her passion for climbing.
This is how the brand was born, in 2020, to create shapes that inspire creative moves to route-setters and to keep climbers thrilled about climbing on InCurvo holds.
The aim is to give you the best to
CRAFT THE MOVE.
Climbing is more than a sport to us: it is a lifestyle. It is about being together in a cool and friendly atmosphere.
We are restless. We always look for the next good idea that will shake the route-setting experience.
The shapers we work with are living in different parts of the world. Most of our collections in 2021 got shaped by shapers in the USA.
InCurvo holds are distributed in South East Asia, by All Sports Equipment. In the UK, by Kong Holds. In the USA, by Not Dead Yet LLC. In Canada, by The Climbing Supply.
The molding step takes place in a facility founded by a dynamic team of french entrepreneurs, who have worked for several years in the climbing industry. They are committed to excellence.
We offer a range of climbing holds and macros shaped using either high-quality foam or 3D-printing. They are made in PE, in PU, or in GRP.
We focus on hollow-back shapes, to reduce weight. Not only route-setters’ life is made easier, but also the carbon footprint of our shipments is lowered.
Our collections address both kids and adults across all levels. The full range of grips is covered across these collections.
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