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This tricam EVO set includes all 4 sizes that cover a 13.5 - 40mm range, and can be used in active cam or passive chock positions to fit where other gear won't on long trad climbs.


Shop C.A.M.P. Evo Tricam Set -0.25-1.5--973 with 5 Star Rating on 1 Review for + Free Shipping over $49.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Camp USA Tricam Evo Set Three (yes, that's one additional!) placement modes: active cam and 2 passive chocks Works where nothing else can Fit, such as solution pockets Excellent in horizontal cracks Features new, stiffer sewing on the slings for easier one-handed placement and extraction

- Moosejaw

The Tricam Evo is the logical next step in the evolution of tricam technology. The new design allows for a second passive placement to create a total of three placement possibilities. The Tricam Evo also features a stiffer sling for increased durability and to facilitate one-handed placement. These pieces are great for pockets and narrow placements that are deep enough to get into the wide range of camming sizes available to tricams. Weight: 0.25 - 0.6 oz 0.5 - 1.0 oz 1.0 - 1.3 oz 1.5 - 2.0 oz Specs Size Range Strength min (mm) max (mm) Cam (kN) Chock (kN) 3 Chock (kN) 0.25 13.5 23 5 5 5 0.5 17 27 8 8 8 1.0 21 32 10 10 10 1.5 27 40 14 14 14

- Bentgate.com

Evolve your rack, better equip yourself and shed unnecessary weight for the toughest routes with the Tricam Evo from CAMP USA. Maintaining the tried and true ethics of the original Tricam, the Evo has taken the classic design and improved functionality with a third placement mode. While upholding classic placement options, the new tapered design now allows you to place the Tricam Evo in a second passive chock position increasing versatility. Stiffer sewing on the slings increases reach and allows for easier one-handed placement and extraction, working where nothing else can fit or protect.

- Mountain Gear