March 21, 2010 - Why you should wear gloves when drytooling. This is from 60m worth of climbing. Broken glass on the rock added to the hazard, so I had to climb conservatively! Luckily, these flesh wounds were only from rock abrasions and impacts for setting my placements or as the tools popped off rather than glass lacerations. (Photo by Ryan Pintar)
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