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Chasing King Lines with Ethan Pringle: Kintsugi

Bullet rock, committing moves up high, on a big, beautiful block that's far from the road. Kintsugi (V14/15) has all the pleasing features to be considered a King Line.

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Says Ethan Pringle, “I was lucky enough to be able to use the Nils toe-catch, and lucky enough to work on Kintsugi with a friend who’s psyche and creativity I could feed off. FOR ME, it felt a lot easier than The Nest, and even a dash easier than Meadowlark in its previous state. I think a lot of the difficulty, lay in the committing nature and height of the crux.”


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