Welcome to VooDoo Climbing

 

VooDoo has been making the finest climbing holds and crash pads since 1993. VooDoo revolutionized the climbing hold industry in the early 90's by inventing Hollow Back holds, Dual Texture Holds, sliding bolts, Pure Base Technology and by being one of the very first companies to pour holds exclusively in Polyurethane. VooDoo is known for making awesome grips. There are VooDoo Climbing Holds that are over 20 years old on climbing walls all over the world! 

VooDoo began making bouldering crash pads in the 90's and brought them to market in 2000. Our pads are constructed with the highest quality foam, fabrics and hardware. Our crash pads are beautiful works of Velvet Art. They're great for lounging and they are the best crash pads to land on - firm yet cushy, there is nothing else like it. 

What's new at VooDoo? We have fallen in love with the practice of Yoga! That's right, Yoga! A few years ago we made a Yoga Tee inspired by Gina's Yoga Teacher and Mexican Loteria Cards, we have expanded the line by making Yoga Mat Holders, more tees, Tote Bags and other accessories. Keep checking in to watch the VooDoo Yogi line grow.

Every member of the VooDoo Team is based in the United States. Each highly skilled artist, craftsman/craftswoman take enormous pride in their work. Proxy makes our climbing holds in Salt Lake City, UT. Deidre sews our Chalk Bags, Chalk Buckets, Dog Beds and Tote bags in Winslow, AZ. Jason and his crew make our bomber Highball Crash Pads, Dude Indoor Crash Pads and our Yoga Mat Holders in Flagstaff, AZ. Pierce & Wilene make just about every sewn product and our prototypes in Tucson, AZ. Julia at Lucky Dog Tees prints our unique, super soft  tees in Flagstaff, AZ. Gina operates VooDoo from her workshop in Flagstaff, AZ and sometimes out of coffee shops, crags & climbing gyms while traveling. 

We insist VooDoo products be beautiful and durable without causing harm to others. We hope you enjoy our gear as much as we do. Thank you for your support.

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