Mammut Wall HMS Locking Carabiner

Mammut Wall HMS Locking Carabiner
Mammut Wall HMS Locking Carabiner
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Wall HMS Locking Carabiner by Mammut
The Mammut Wall HMS Locking Carabiner is lightweight and strong, so feel free to take it on any climbing adventure whether it's alpine, ice, multipitch, or single-pitch.

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SKU: MAM004F
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