CAMP USA Photon Wire Express KS Dyneema Quickdraw - 6-Pack

CAMP USA Photon Wire Express KS Dyneema Quickdraw - 6-Pack
CAMP USA Photon Wire Express KS Dyneema Quickdraw - 6-Pack
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Photon Wire Express KS Dyneema Quickdraw - 6-Pack by CAMP USA
Camp USA's Photon Wire Express KS Dyneema Quickdraw is superlight for the alpine, but the biners are full-sized for convenient climbing anywhere. Both Photon carabiners feature wire gates for flutter-free convenience and a light weight, and Camp USA bent the bottom biner's gate for better ergonomics when you're clipping your rope. The Dyneema dogbone has a surprising strength-to-weight ratio, and the Karstop Evo carabiner retainer stabilizes the bottom biner for easier rope clipping.

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SKU: CMPJ16D
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