DMM's Torque Nuts provide versatile protection for the alpinist looking to shave weight from their rack. Their unique shape is optimized for placement in parallel-sided cracks, but they also work well in icy cracks where SLCDs aren't an option. The slings can be quickly extended to reduce drag and help eliminate the need to haul extra draws up the route.
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