CAMP Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit CAMP's Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Go higher & harder with the Photon Express Nylon Quickdraw from CAMP USA. The bolt end has a straight gate and rope end uses a bent gate for fast climbing in difficult situations. The aggressive design is perfect for must-make clipping at the bolt and rope-end.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Camp USA Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw - 5 Pack FEATURES of the Camp USA Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw - 5 Pack Rock Climbing The ultimate quickdraw for overhanging sport routes Equipped with a straight gate for bolts and a bent gate biner for the rope 16 mm x 11cm nylon dogbones SPECIFICATIONS of the Camp USA Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw - 5 Pack Length: 11 cm Major Axis: 21 kN Minor Axis: 7 kN Open Gate: 9 kN Gate Opening: 24 - 27 mm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Looking to load up your rack without skimping on quality' Grab the Camp USA Photon Express Nylon 11cm Quickdraw 5-Pack and get on the rock. The Photon Express draws offer the security of straight-gate bolt-end 'biners, while bent gates makes for easy clipping action. Thanks to nylon runners, the risk of back-clipping when you are in a pinch is greatly reduced.

- Backcountry.com

C.A.M.P.'S Photon Express Nylon Quickdraw is great for overhanging sport routes. The nylon dogbones are stiff enough to keep the biners from twisting and the keylocking Photon carabiners are optimized for smooth clipping and easy cleaning.

- CampSaver.com

CAMP Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw

MSRP:
$94.95

The CAMP Photon Express 11 cm Nylon Quickdraw is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 20, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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