The Wild Country Ropeman MK2F Ascender accommodates smaller ropes favored by alpinists and big-wall climbers. Apart from ascending, use it as a prusik or pulley for hauling loads or self-rescue in emergency situations. The stainless cam allows a more complex design that's much easier on climbing ropes.
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