Black Diamond nForce

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Black Diamond nForceEnforce your grip in your ascent to the apex with the style and excellent performance of the Black Diamond nForce. Featuring a four-bar linkage system, the nForce puts your weight on the cam to have the strongest holding force on mud-sticky and frosty ropes than any other ascender. You can lock in a carabiner and your harness on the 360-degree carabiner clip-in points of the nForce. Sliding the ascender down the rope and hauling it up are made smoother by its quick release trigger. Its stainless steel cam is spring loaded so your ropes can easily go through the cam s opening. You can also use your index finger or the cam s trigger in controlling the nForce, giving you convenience. Polyethylene coated, the ascender s grip is spacious so you can maneuver the cam comfortably, even when you re using your gloves. The grip will also keep your hands warm from sticking and freezing during cold days. Now, reaching the summit is within your grasp with the Black Diamond nForce.

- SunnySports

Free Shipping. Black Diamond nForce Ascender FEATURES of the Black Diamond nForce Ascender Four-bar linkage for greater holding power 360-degree carabiner clip-in points Spacious grip improves dexterity and cam manipulation SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond nForce Ascender Weight: 8.6 oz / 245 g ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

With the nForce Jumars by Black Diamond you get the best grip for jugging icy, muddy ropes (think Denali's West Buttress or some gnar-ed out fixed cord in the Fisher Towers), the nForce ascender generates more clamping force than conventional designs. The spacious grip accommodates gloves, and a 360-degree biner clip-in point allows full rotation of locking biners.

- RockCreek

nForce Ascender: Giving you the best grip for jugging icy, muddy ropes, the nForce ascender generates more clamping force than conventional designs. It uses a four-bar linkage that drives your body weight into the rope and fast cam manipulation is achieved by using the thumb, trigger finger or the edge of the frame. The grip accomodates gloves, and a 360?-degree biner clip-in point allows full rotation of locking biners.

- Appalachian Outdoors