The problem, first climbed by Andy Brown, was originally graded 7C+, as Andy (who is very tall) utilised a toe hook on the left arete. The problem seems to have settled at 8A+ for people with normal length legs!
Below is the video of Dave Barrans and Tom Newman on the problem.
Dave Barrans is sponsored by prAna, Metolius, Evolv
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