Quite possibly the most sought after type of hold, Sloper holds are holds that offer an open-handed grip or in this case, lack thereof. If you envision trying to grab on to the outside of a bowl, you realize that there is no actual indent to grab on to. Sloper hand holds force unique body positioning, advanced hand techniques, as well as requiring the climber to engage their core to latch on to and move off of rock climbing slopers.
As an introduction to font shapes, they are a great beginner to intermediate climber's dream on lower angles.
These medium-sized holds can be used as small slopers or as footholds that are barefoot-friendly.