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5 XL Flat Slopers

Angle specific flat slopers.
$60.80

From easiest to hardest, these flat slopers offer 90 degrees, 100 degrees, 110 degrees, 130 degrees and 140 degrees. 

On vertical these will feel: 

90: Easy. It's a ledge going back 3 1/4 inches. 

100: Semi Easy: An excellent choice for the beginner climber wanting to start to get into sloper training. 

110: Moderate: This is an intermediate level climber sloper at this point. Feels like a V3/V4 hold. 

130: Hard: For the V5/V6 climber and above to do volume efforts on. 

140: Crazy Hard: Our staff and friends that have climbed V10 to V14 could barely hang on them and no one could do a full pull up. 

As the terrain gets steeper, the difficulty simply slides. So the 90 degree sloper will feel Semi Easy to Moderate on slightly overhanging terrain. On a 45 degree wall, the 90 degree sloper will feel hard. 

From easiest to hardest, these flat slopers offer 90 degrees, 100 degrees, 110 degrees, 130 degrees and 140 degrees. 

On vertical these will feel: 

90: Easy. It's a ledge going back 3 1/4 inches. 

100: Semi Easy: An excellent choice for the beginner climber wanting to start to get into sloper training. 

110: Moderate: This is an intermediate level climber sloper at this point. Feels like a V3/V4 hold. 

130: Hard: For the V5/V6 climber and above to do volume efforts on. 

140: Crazy Hard: Our staff and friends that have climbed V10 to V14 could barely hang on them and no one could do a full pull up. 

As the terrain gets steeper, the difficulty simply slides. So the 90 degree sloper will feel Semi Easy to Moderate on slightly overhanging terrain. On a 45 degree wall, the 90 degree sloper will feel hard. 

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