CAMP Dyneema Carvex

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Technically evolved climbing pro, CAMP Carvex curved hexes are light and versatile for use in all of your rock climbing endeavors - from your local crag to far away alpine dream climbs. Their profile, with convex and concave faces, ensures extreme stability in any of four different positions.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Camp USA Dyneema Carvex FEATURES of the Camp USA Dyneema Carvex Color-coded webbing and chocks for fast identification Lighter weight, stronger and more flexible than cable Dyneema slings can be used as runners Sizes 4 - 7 have 8.5in. (22cm) slings, 8 - 11 have 13in. (34 cm) slings SPECIFICATIONS for N.4 Weight: 0.8 oz / 24 g Minimum Range: 19 mm Maximum Range: 29 mm Chock Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.5 Weight: 1.1 oz / 32 g Minimum Range: 23 mm Maximum Range: 34 mm Chock Strength: 15 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.6 Weight: 1.5 oz / 42 g Minimum Range: 27 mm Maximum Range: 40 mm Chock Strength: 17 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.7 Weight: 2.0 oz / 58 g Minimum Range: 34 mm Maximum Range: 48 mm Chock Strength: 17 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.8 Weight: 3.0 oz / 86 g Minimum Range: 40 mm Maximum Range: 56 mm Chock Strength: 17 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.9 Weight: 4.4 oz / 124 g Minimum Range: 48 mm Maximum Range: 66 mm Chock Strength: 17 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.10 Weight: 5.8 oz / 165 g Minimum Range: 56 mm Maximum Range: 79 mm Chock Strength: 17 kN SPECIFICATIONS for N.11 Weight: 8.0 oz / 226 g Minimum Range: 67 mm Maximum Range: 91 mm Chock Strength: 17 kN ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

You'll find Camp USA's Dyneema Carvex more versatile than their wired counterparts. Instead of a rigid wire, the Dyneema sling helps you place in deeper more horizontal fissures with confidence, and they resist walking when you climb over it. Color-coded chocks help you find the right size quickly.


CAMP Dyneema Carvex


The CAMP Dyneema Carvex is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2016 at Mountain Gear.

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