Metolius Ultralight Asymmetric Curve Nut

Metolius Ultralight Asymmetric Curve Nut
Metolius Ultralight Asymmetric Curve Nut
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Ultralight Asymmetric Curve Nut by Metolius
The Metolius Ultralight Asymmetric Curve Nut is 30% lighter than standard stoppers out there, and that's just the start of convenience on the climb. It also has an asymmetric shape that eases placing and cleaning in flared cracks, pin scars. Metolius anodized each nut in a different color to help you identify the right size at the right place at the right time.

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