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Camp USA Nylon Tricam FEATURES of the Camp USA Nylon Tricam Two placement modes: active cam and passive chock Works where nothing else can fit, such as solution pockets Excellent in horizontal cracks Stiffer sewing on the slings of sizes 0.125 - 2.0 for easier one-handed placement and extraction

- Moosejaw

From wandering alpine pitches to hair raising headpoints on grit, turn to the Camp USA Nylon Tricam for protecting horizontal cracks and pockets. Available in 13 different sizes for a wide range of placements, the versatile Tricam can be placed as an active cam or passive chock, making a few of these essential to every serious trad climbers rack.

- Backcountry.com

CAMP Nylon Tricams are a patented camming unit that utilizes the superior strength and stability of the tripod. The innovative design allows for use in active and passive protection positions.-- Great for pockets, horizontal cracks and other unconventional placements-- All sizes have nylon slings

- OMCgear

This passive rock protection device remains one of the most versatile protection systems available.. . . The ultimate rack of go-to pieces: 0.125 (white), 0.25 (black), 0.5 (pink), 1.0 (red), 1.5 (brown), and 2.0 (purple). Updated for 2013 with stiffer slings for easier one-handed placement and extraction. Ideal for use in horizontal cracks, pockets, and shallow vertical cracks; can also be placed in icy cracks where regular cams won't work. Tri-Cams can be placed as either an active cam or a passive chock


Stronger than any straight-laced design, the CAMP Six-Piece Nylon Tricam Set uses the strength and stability of the triangle to keep you safe on your climb. Functional in both cammed and chocked positions, the Tricam offers passive nut and active cam placement options - they can be placed in the extended mode like a standard nut, or flipped over in a camming configuration for parallel cracks.

- Mountain Gear