Depending on what angle wall you attach Johnson to it can be positive or downright negative. At each end is a nice rounded sloper and if your hands are big enough you can pinch them, if not it is all open-handed goodness for you.
Johnson requires 1 x 3" bolt.
Here is a short video of Johnson in use.
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- All bolt-on holds/sets require socket head type bolts, except for the Classic Footholds Set which requires countersunk head bolts.
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Open handed good times13 January 2019It works well with the juggy side orientated up on my 35 degree wall and the sloper side works very well on a vertical too. Its a very fun hold, doesnt get 5 stars cause it needs a screw hole to stop spinning and is quite pricey.
Start or End9 February 2018Awesome giant sloper. Use it as a starting hold for problem. The positive side is good on steep walls, about 35-40.
Sloper LOVEBy: Chas Ruffles on 31 March 2011One of the newest holds on my wall, we all create problems over the course of a bouldering night and this hold gets so much traffic. Its great no matter how we turn it and has to be the best open handed sloper i have, its big enough to match on or cross through on.
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