Climbing features: This shape is great for working matching-hands moves. The various angles of each incut will offer different experiences to climbers. Depending on the direction on which this macro will be set, the slopers will be increasingly challenging, addressing the needs of intermediates and advanced climbers. The edges are slightly rounded to make sure that hands will be preserved if dyno moves are created with this macro. Combined with other shapes of this collection, funny moves like compression or oppo moves can be created. Set two macros of this reference, and you can create a move for working on balance: place this macro as a foothold, using the face where the incut is the least positive to stand on it, andplace the second reference of this macro way above the first one, the side with the most positive incut facing the first macro. The hands will thus just be here to stabilize the body while doing lateral moves to reach the next holds on the side.
Aesthetics: The look is extrapolated from the gold lingots.