Trango Flex Cam

Trango Flex Cam
Trango Flex Cam
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Flex Cam by Trango
From splitter sandstone in the creek to clean Yosemite granite, nothing inspires confidence like a well-placed Trango Flex Cam. The flexible wire stem allows the cam to work in angled and horizontal placements while the color-coded slings ensure that you'll be able to quickly find the right size when you're pumping out 30 feet above your last piece of gear.

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SKU: TRG0051
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