Are you looking for a starting hold that is big enough for both hands? Or maybe you're looking for an easy warm-up jug? And stepping up our game, try this bad boy on a roof and start throwing some toe-hooks!
Here is what one of our customers said in a review. "My favorite double hander from any climbing hold supplier that I have purchased. Deep, excellent for roofs and steep grade walls, I have used this for starts, finishes, and mid-route relief points. The price is right for this sized hold as well."
This hold is wide at 11 inches. That is more room than two adult hands take up. As for the incut, the middle section follows the plane of the wall. That means that on a roof, the middle section will be horizontal to the ground. It feels in the range of V3 on a roof. Your fingers will land on the horizontal plane, one and a half finger pads deep. On a vertical wall, this is a V0 hold. Very easy. On a 45 degree wall, it feels about V1.