Mammut Bionic Evo Wire Gate

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mammut's Bionic Evo Wire Gate page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Bionic Evo Wire Gate Key Lock Carabiner weighs in at just over an ounce, making it ideal for long alpine ascents. Mammut fabricated the Bionic with hot-forging technology for a carabiner that has a high breaking load capacity and a light weight design. When you're building anchors or placing pro, you'll be psyched that the keylock nose doesn't snag on your rope.

- Backcountry.com

Description Of Mammut Bionic Evo Wire Gate CarabinerThe next generation in the Mammut Bionic carabiner line, using hot forging technology to to ensure a high breaking loaf capacity with lighter weight. FeaturesWire gateLengthwise breaking load 25Breaking load open 10Breaking load across 8Weight 33 g

- US Outdoor Store

The next generation of the legendary Bionic carabiner. The hot forging technology ensures a high breaking load capacity combined with a lighter weight and striking design. Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is non-returnable. Please call us toll free at 877-236-8428 or e-mail bentgate@bentgate.com with any questions.

- Bentgate.com

The Bionic Evo from Mammut is the next generation of their legendary Bionic carabiner. The hot forging technology ensures a high breaking load capacity combined with a lighter weight and striking design.

- CampSaver.com

Mammut Bionic Evo Wire Gate

MSRP:
$9.95

The Mammut Bionic Evo Wire Gate is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 23, 2016 at Bentgate.com.

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