This set of holds has a minimal footprint and offers an incut that is positive and deep. The incuts are +/- 60-degrees, which means that when you put them on a 45-degree wall, they have a 15-degree incut. Another way of saying this is that on a 45-degree wall, the incut is 15-degrees to the ground. They feel in the V3- range on a 45-degree wall.
This set feels like mini jugs on a vertical wall and is appropriate for the beginner climber. Even though the holds are on the small side, the incut is so steep that they are straightforward to hold on to.
There is a little bit of variety between the incuts but overall, similar. The Golfus dimples are on the incut, forcing you to adjust on the hold to find the most comfortable place to pull on.
When you are purchasing holds this small, the angle of the wall will determine how comfortable the lip is. The steeper the angle of the wall, the more comfortable the holds get.
Below are the hyperlinks to all three sets.
Ahhhhhhh, comfy jugs.
#4 is the most difficult to hang on to out of these four slopers. It has a barely noticeable indent at the back. Contact strength and sloper technique are what this hold requires. Sloper skills or head for the hills. On a vertical hang board = Feels like V2. On a 110 degree system wall = Feels like V4. Sold as a set of 2 holds.
5.12+ climbing foot holds
5.12+ technical climbing foot holds
4 different angles to rotate to. Screw On. Sold as a set of 2.
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