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SIP Progress type A - any good?

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Had my pair for 6 years (although don't climb these days) found them to be hard wearing. Getting a few little holes now so looking to buy another pair soon.

 

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Had my pair for 6 years (although don't climb these days) found them to be hard wearing. Getting a few little holes now so looking to buy another pair soon.
 
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Looks like they lunge well david?
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1 hour ago, Will Ingleton said:

Cheers David. In terms of weight, are they pretty standard for type A's? 

 

Side note - Interesting looking tree in the picture!

Pretty standard I would say

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1 hour ago, Alex O said:

Progress type A are quite heavy but the innovation are brilliant , both have good movement, I always seem to go back to sip .

Cheers Alex. I'll take a good look at the Innovations too. 

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I recently got myself a pair of these after a recommendation from a mate. So far they are excellent. Comfy, lightweight, massive vents on the back and seem to stand up to Forestry work fine. All this for a reasonable price. 

 

Only downside is is the colour choice. You can have any colour you like, as long as it’s red!

 

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