Count on the simple, solid protection of the Wild Country Rockcentric Hexes when you need to save weight on trad and alpine climbs. These Dyneema-slung hexes are lighter than cams, and their passive camming design allows them to be placed in a variety of cracks. Wild Country Rockcentrics are tough enough to take an ice-tool beating when you're placing them on a steep alpine wall, and their anodized heads help you pick the right size when it matters most.
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