Satin

2 Stars
Technical
 V6 6b

Adjacent Routes
<< Corduroy < Pressure Drop  |  Living at the Speed > Central Reservation >>


The original problem on this slab offers very tenuous slab climbing on non-existent holds. Traverse off.
FA. Johnny Dawes 1984

USER COMMENTS

e3 is about right to finish up LATS. about the most infrequently climbed V5 on stanage.
dave - 26/May/03

A lovely problem and it's not over once you've stood up, there's another tricky move to do if you're short.
John Camateras - 01/Jan/04

sublime! Prepare by taking your middle finger to the gym for a week or two, then dip in vinegar overnight and jump on and pull for England. You know it's worth it!
Rinaldo Colombi - 20/Nov/06

Why would it be e3 to finish up living at speed? Surely it would be e1 6b?
BIRKBY - 07/Feb/07

Only English 6a, as it's covered in (relatively) good holds and the moves are obvious (and great) - but very committing! Definitely gets the highball juices going. Must have been pretty grim as an E3 before mats o_O.
Fiend - 09/Mar/07

It`s E3 6B without mats or spotters
Robert Mirfin - 09/Mar/07

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