Mammut Wall Light Express Quickdraw

Mammut Wall Light Express Quickdraw
Mammut Wall Light Express Quickdraw
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Wall Light Express Quickdraw by Mammut
The Wall Light Express Quickdraw pairs Mammut's lightest carabiners with a Contact 8. 0 sling for alpine and multi-pitch climbs. Despite a feather-like weight of twenty-three grams, each Wall Light wire carabiner remains large enough for clipping any climbing rope, whether it's a single rope or two twin ropes. The Contact sling is surprisingly strong for such a skinny width, with a 22kN breaking strength.

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