So to sum up, with these seven pieces of equipment you should be all set to take on any bouldering or sport climbing situation whether it be indoors or out. We recommend buying gear that is in line with all the safety standards and made by brands that are trusted in the climbing community. It’s not worth saving a few bucks on crappy gear that can fail on you. High quality gear can be expensive but if you’re on the lookout for some good deals when buying, you can save a significant amount. There’s also the option of shopping second hand but be careful and make sure the gear you’re getting is still up to par with safety standards. And then you can use all that money you saved to buy more climbing gear!