Off-resonant spin-lock imaging enables a lot of possibilities for T1ρ and chemical exchange (CE) sensitive applications. For this purpose, a matching amplitude of the tipping and the locking pulse is required, which can be difficult due to the high power requirements of adiabatic pulses. In this work, we present a newly shaped adiabatic half-passage pulse, usable at low power to match the amplitude of the pulses. Off- and on-resonant saturated images acquired at 9.4T are shown. The new pulse shape is able to generate robust images with comparatively low power at ultra-high-field strengths.