CAMP USA - Cassin Standard Aider

CAMP USA - Cassin Standard Aider
CAMP USA - Cassin Standard Aider
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Standard Aider by CAMP USA - Cassin
Camp USA's Standard Aiders feature traditional, alternating steps and a carabiner loop at the bottom that permits extension without collapsing the bottom step while climbing.

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SKU: CSN000Q
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