Throwing it back to this @ladylockoff photo of me on the FA of Two Faced Lion in the remote Utah desert. I’m clipping off a jam I call the “buffalo wing”. It’s where the crack is too big for fists yet too small for knees/stacks, so you stick your whole arm deep in there and bring your hand back towards your body like you would on a chicken wing, but since the crack is much smaller than chicken-wing size, you end up jamming on your bicep and forearm. Sleeves recommended!

Throwing it back to this @ladylockoff photo of me on the FA of Two Faced Lion in the remote Utah desert. I'm clipping off a jam I call the "buffalo wing". It's where the crack is too big for fists yet too small for knees/stacks, so you stick your whole arm deep in there and bring your hand back towards your body like you would on a chicken wing, but since the crack is much smaller than chicken-wing size, you end up jamming on your bicep and forearm. Sleeves recommended!

Throwing it back to this @ladylockoff photo of me on the FA of Two Faced Lion in the remote Utah desert. I'm clipping off a jam I call the "buffalo wing". It's where the crack is too big for fists yet too small for knees/stacks, so you stick your whole arm deep in there and bring your hand back towards your body like you would on a chicken wing, but since the crack is much smaller than chicken-wing size, you end up jamming on your bicep and forearm. Sleeves recommended!

Throwing it back to this @ladylockoff photo of me on the FA of Two Faced Lion in the remote Utah desert. I’m clipping off a jam I call the “buffalo wing”. It’s where the crack is too big for fists yet too small for knees/stacks, so you stick your whole arm deep in there and bring your hand back towards your body like you would on a chicken wing, but since the crack is much smaller than chicken-wing size, you end up jamming on your bicep and forearm. Sleeves recommended!

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