Climbing features: This shape can be used as a matching hand hold, like the other shapes of this set. Set in combination with other shapes of this collection, you can either create pull-up moves from one to the other or compression-based moves. It has a different inclination degree from the other grips of this collection. If set with the jug downwards, you can either use it as a sloppy foothold or as a reverse hand jug. Set with other shapes of this collection, you can also create funky dyno moves, one shape facing another one from which climbers will propell themselves to a third shape of this collection. For advanced climbers, it can be set on highly overhanging walls, and be used as a start hold using a heel hook or a toe hook, for example. Another shape of this collection could be used a start hold for the hands, among others.
Aesthetics: The look is inspired by waves.