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The perfect crimps
These holds are super ergonomic and the texture is smooth enough that you can run laps on them all day. I have them on a 30 degree overhand and they climb around V3. On a vert wall, they climb around V1-V3. Some are fairly positive, while a few are pretty flat and hey, they're crimps, so you can dial the difficulty about as high as you want.

The other reason to get these holds: you'll spend 2-5x more for similar holds from other companies. There is a reason Atomik won "Best homewall holds" in the CBJ 2020 Grip List Awards--no other company beats them when it comes to overall value.
8/6/2020 10:44 AM
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Good for your Skin
While none of these holds are super positive they are super comfortable and the edge is large enough that they work well on my 45 and make for a good challenge. A few of the holds aren't completely ergonomic so they can be a bit weird to grab but it is not a big deal.
9/21/2020 12:09 PM
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Comfy Slimpers
I have these on my 40-degree board and they've been surprisingly challenging. All are one-pad-ish at most and some are decently incut, but they really don't have much bite to them making them more like "slimpers" (slopey crimps) in my book. No matter what you call them, they are great little holds that penalize you for sloppy and imprecise movement. And since they're screw-ons, there's really no reason why you can't add them to your homewall!
10/16/2020 9:38 AM
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