CAMP USA Nylon Tricam

CAMP USA Nylon Tricam
CAMP USA Nylon Tricam
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Nylon Tricam by CAMP USA
From wandering alpine pitches to hair raising headpoints on grit, turn to the Camp USA Nylon Tricam for protecting horizontal cracks and pockets. Available in 13 different sizes for a wide range of placements, the versatile Tricam can be placed as an active cam or passive chock, making a few of these essential to every serious trad climbers rack.

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SKU: CMP3310
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