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DescriptionAir Jordan starts directly below the finish of Tendonitis Traverse, and right of the Breashears' Crack. Look for two small underclings, and a super small downward crimp. Start with the left on the better undercling, and right hand on the small crimp. Work out the foot beta for the toss up to the rail with the right hand. There is a sweet spot here that makes the move feel better.Then traverse left to a crimper (left hand) but you don't get to use the big jug that is two inches to the left (sorry). Paste your feet on something, and dyno with the left hand up to the well chalked sloper on the smooth face. Immediately get your feet up on the rail, and move your right hand to the opposing sloper with the thumb catch. Pull up, and toss with the right hand for a big crack way up high. Toss for all you are worth, as falling here will not be fun.
This is a very cool route, and once the body position is worked out makes for a great problem.