adelaidekim:Switching to a left toe for the big move out right is so clutch (5'2")
Wes Goodman:For talls: start dangling from your left heel on the block. Reach up left hand to the top seam, then bang out right hand to the good edge.
nathanchow:Focusing on rotating the heel was key for me.
nickbruce:I'm 6'1" with sausage fingers so this was pretty different than for my climbing partners. I started with a left heel and both hands on the start hold. Right hand into the crack, left hand higher crack. Shift heel in a little closer on the starting hold. Lock in arms real tight. Right hand to the low right rail - bump to nice jug with right. Left hand to same jug. Top out on jugs.
This was my least enjoyable top 100 send so far. It just hurt, and left my finger tips bruised purple and cut. However, I can get less than half-pads in the crack, so I can see why smaller hands enjoy it more. I don't know how to grade it. For me it felt like V7.
First V5 ever. The first few moves gave me a lot of trouble. Really helped to throw a heel right away, get my left hand in the deeper part of the crack and then my left in the slightly worse, lower part. Really fun throw for the right edge. Loved this problem.