These 1-1/2" deep rails have incuts ranging from neutral to 60 degrees incut. A beginner will do well on them on vertical walls, whereas they become an intermediate level of difficulty on anything steeper.
One hold is 20 degrees incut, the other 30 degrees incut, and the last transitions from 30 to 60 degrees incut. The realistic design on the incut brings the outdoor experience of how natural rock feels.
Where the sweetness shines on these holds are the pinches when you set with them vertically and the edge/crimp rails found on the opposite, less deep side. The pinches range from 2" to 4" wide. These holds behave similarly to some of Little Cottonwood, Utah's classic granite boulder problems.
If the pinches weren't enough of a selling point, let's talk about the crimps and edges. On the opposite side of the main rails, welcome to a big slopey edge, a 1-1/2" jug, a 3/4" deep edge that is slightly incut, and last but not least, a 12" long 1.2" deep crimp rail.
A lot is going on with these rails, and they are worth every penny when you want to take your home wall setting session to the next level.