CAMP USA Mach Express Dyneema 60cm Quickdraw

CAMP USA Mach Express Dyneema 60cm Quickdraw
CAMP USA Mach Express Dyneema 60cm Quickdraw
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Mach Express Dyneema 60cm Quickdraw by CAMP USA
Multi-pitch climbs, trad routes, and alpine ascents call for Camp USA's light, compact, and versatile Mach Express Dyneema 60cm Quickdraw. Its Nano 22 carabiner is Camp's lightest carabiner available, and it's small enough to fit through sunken stoppers, tight cracks, and small anchors. The Photon wire straight gate is a little bigger for easier rope-clipping, but it still retains a lighter weight for faraway climbs. In between these biners, a Dyneema runner gives light-yet-strong convenience, and it extends to reduce rope drag on wandering routes.

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SKU: CMP006P
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