We had a chat with Kilter’s very own Jackie Hueftle about all things Kilter Board. So we asked “why get a Kilter Board?”
Each board comes in several size options that share problems, so a 12×12′ Original contains all the problems found on the 8×12′ Original and 7×10′ Original. This means climbers can share problems even if they have different sized boards. Even the smallest size of 7×10′ packs in a lot of value. The above image shows the awesome Kilter Board Home Wall 7×10′ on the stylish ICP Home.
Different Board Layouts
The Kilter Board comes in multiple size variations of the Original and Homewall layouts. Notably, the Homewall layout has two layouts – Mainline and Auxiliary – that are overlaid so you can choose what density you want your wall to have. The Fullride contains both Mainline and Auxiliary layouts for the densest wall, giving you a ton of options even if you only have a small space to work with. The layouts also complement each other so if you have enough space you can get the largest version of both – 12×12 Original Layout and 10×12 Fullride Homewall – and have access to more than 63,000 problems.