CAMP USA Right Turbohand Ascender

CAMP USA Right Turbohand Ascender
CAMP USA Right Turbohand Ascender
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Right Turbohand Ascender by CAMP USA
Time spent jugging up ropes can be crucial if you want to finish the route before sunset, and Camp USA optimized the Turbohand Acender with proprietary, cutting-edge technology that should assist with speedy ascents. It has a unique roller that smoothens out upward gliding ropes, and it reduces wear-and-tear for greater reliability overtime. Camp USA designed the alloy body to align with the rope for precise handling, and the opening system is protected on both sides to prevent accidental openings, making the Turbohand an excellent option for traversing as well as ascending. You can purchase the Turbohand Guide as an accessory that attaches to the bottom for better aligning with longer ropes.

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SKU: CMPJ16T
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