Set #2 is smaller than Set #1. Set #2 will be the set to get for your steep wall if you are trying to break into the V5+ range of climbing. Set #2 has the most variety out of the three sets. There are about ten holds that are rounded incuts, five that have a similar style but deeper incuts, and four pointy holds that require precision.
If you are on the fence about which set to get, Set #2 gives the most mileage. Set #3 may crush your will to live, and Set #1 consists of footholds we wish boulder problems outside have but rarely do.
This type of foothold is what intermediate to expert-level climbers want for their home wall. They require precision footwork while wearing a commercial climbing shoe. These sets are not for the tennis-shoe-wearing beginner.
- SIZE: On average, measures 1" to 2" wide x 1-1/4" tall x 3/4" to 1" standing off the wall.
- V2 on vertical walls.
- V3 on 25-degree walls.
- V4 on 45-degree walls.
- 45-degree to 60-degree incuts, which offers a positive foothold in steep terrain.
- Texture: The texture is silky, grippy, and skin-friendly that feels like natural rock.