Matching The Dyno
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Photographer Ted Endo
APR 30th 2015
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Matching The Dyno

It just wouldn't be a day climbing with Alex Megos if there weren't some wild moves involved. Unsurprisingly, Alex picked out the hardest line of the day and climbed it in the most dynamic of styles. As if that wasn't rad enough, he also did it while wearing sunglasses. Who says strong climbers can't be stylish?

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