A Steep Wall Sloper is a climbing hold that offers a sloping surface when installed on a steep wall. This means that as the wall becomes less steep towards a vertical wall, the incut of the hold becomes more apparent and easier to grip.
This sloper has a varying incut of 10 to 20-degrees when installed on a vertical wall. So, when your wall reaches 20-degrees overhanging, the incut is now neutral. On a 45-degree wall, the slopers are in the 120-degree range, which feels about V6.
For beginners, this is an excellent sloper on vertical walls. It has just enough incut to challenge them.
You may also be interested in the XXL Golfus Sloper (Steep Wall Model #2).
The Golfus divots create sweet spots for your finger-pads which gives every orientation a little bit extra purchase.