With our #ClimbGreen collection, we want to prove that sustainability can also be consistently implemented in the field of PPE without compromising on safety or performance. All products in the #ClimbGreen collection are made from sustainable materials or are distinguished by a particularly long service life. They are produced in a resource-conserving manner and under fair working conditions. Each product is unique in its own way. Together they form the core of the EDELRID #ClimbGreen collection.
Comfortable, lightweight and sustainable. AUTANA, SENDERO and SIRANA are the new members in our bluesign® certified climbing harness collection. These harnesses convince with their low weight, excellent wearing comfort and minimal packing size. All textiles used are certified according to the strict bluesign® system. This protects our environment and makes the harnesses particularly attractive for consumers for whom sustainable consumption is important.
This could be the last carabiner you buy in your climbing career.
The steel insert in the apex of the carabiner protects against premature wear and helps prevent burrs or sharp edges. This means that the HMS BULLETPROOF FG lasts 10 times longer than a conventional aluminium carabiner.
From 2020, our proven half and twin ropes will also be available with our PFC-free Eco Dry coating. This makes it the first choice for all performance-oriented alpinists who want to keep their ecological footprint as low as possible.
Extravagant, spacious chalk bag made from bluesign® certified materials.
Each PARROT contains 4.2 km of residual yarns from our own production. In our upcycling program, these residual yarns are turned into high-quality climbing ropes. And since it is not possible to plan the remainders, each rope is unique.
The REELROCK film tour starts on November 8th and travels all over Germany until February 2020. Our partner NEWSEED will be part of the party and will raffle a limited key ring made of the rope that you can also see in one of the films.
"The Nose Speed Record" shows EDELRID athlete Tommy Caldwell together with Alex Honnold at the speed record (1:58:07 h) at The Nose/ El Capitan in the Yosemite Valley.
No climbing rope should end up in the garbage. Pay your old rope your last respects and use the recycling stations of our upcycling partner NEWSEED. They make stylish upcycling products from your old climbing rope.