Ronnie Dickson is a prosthetist by day and a professional boulderer by night. In 2005 at the age of 17, Ronnie lost his leg above the knee because of a congenital disorder called Trevor’s disease. After his amputation, he found the sport of climbing and never looked back. Since then Ronnie has been at the forefront of the disabled rock climbing movement in competitions around the world, and he is aspiring to be the first above the knee amputee to boulder the V10 difficulty grade. PC: Damon Corso, Andrew Chao
I’ve always looked in just one direction, and that’s forward.
The Ringer is a small pad for protecting yourself from trees and other random obstacles your main pad does not cover. Also great for solo bouldering circuits and old school minimalist bouldering stalwarts.
The perfect top layer pad that fills in the cracks and makes an even landing surface on a stack of crash pads. The Wingman folds in half for easy transportation inside your large pad and makes for a great sit start pad for those low starts.