|Original:||Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]|
|Submitted By:||K Ice on Feb 2, 2011|
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By randy baum
From: Minneapolis, MN
Jan 2, 2013
There are two starts that can be used for this problem.
1) Start hands crossed, with left hand underclinging the triangle crimp hold and right hand on a good crimp.
2) Start matched on the triangle hold with right foot on a decent but dirty foot that is found underneath the roof.
It seems that option 1 is more popular and is easier for short people. Option 2 is less common but possibly easier for taller people.
Which is the "standard" start?
By Andrew Roepke
From: Kansas City, Missouri
Oct 2, 2016
|Starting matched is the proper start, pulling on is arguably the crux.|
By JD Borgeson
4 days ago
|starting matched on the triangle is the start for campus card. having a left hand undercling and a right hand on the next hold up is the start for triforce. if you do the latter start for campus card, you are essentially skipping the crux.|