The shallow depth makes these much more challenging than the normal innies. I have them on a vertical wall to slight overhang and the dishes especially add just the right amount of purchase to force great technical movements.
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Spanning between pure slopers, to small friendly pockets, you’ll have your hands full.
Test your might on a variety of comfortable two-three finger pockets, or choose slightly steeper terrain and try to find the sweet spot on the bigger slopers.
Designed and shaped by Jason Kehl, these holds encompass everything you’ve come to love about our families.
This deluxe sloper disguised as a baby is great for overhanging walls or as the finish hold on competition problems. Like its older sibling, Baby Deluxe works well flipped upside down on lower angles as well. Don't let those sunken eyes fool you, they're two different sizes and extremely smooth. Everything is bigger about this baby which simply means there's more to love.
Hold Count: 1
Shaper: Jason Kehl
Weight: 15.60 lbs
Dimensions: 19.75"(chin to top of head); 14.75" (ear to ear); 8.25" (base of hold to thickest point in the forehead)
This massive sloper/baby head is sure to stand out on any wall. It's great for overhanging walls, or flip it upside down for lower angles. Sunk in dishes above the duel textured eyes make great slopers, perfect for setting a slappy problem to those round cheeks.