Mammut Wall Wire Gate

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At less than an ounce, the Mammut Wall Wire Gate Carabiner lightens your climbing rack whether it's filled with draws for sport, cams for trad, or screws for ice. Despite its ultralight design, this carabiner is surprisingly strong with an extremely high major axis breaking point. Its light weight really makes it perfect for any style of climbing, although its wire gate and offset-D shape make it particularly useful for clipping on steep, cruxy climbs.


When every gram counts in alpine activities, the lightweight 27 g Mammut Wall Wiregate Carabiner is your first choice. The carabiner, which is very light for its size, features a large opening that allows excellent handling, even when wearing gloves.


Weighing in at less than one ounce (27 g), the Mammut Wall Wire Gate carabiner is the perfect choice for alpine activities where every gram counts.. . . . Large opening allows for excellent handling, even when wearing gloves. Wire gate shaves weight without affecting biner quality or handling. Ideal for classical alpinism, ice and mixed climbing, multipitch rock climbing, and expeditions; suitable for sport climbing.


Weighing just 27 grams one of the lightest carabiners on the market The Moses is the ideal companion for mountaineering and wherever weight matters Wiregate resists icing over Breaking Strength 24kN Breaking Load Across 9kN Breaking Load Open 8kN Breaking Load Lengthwise 23kN Weight 27 gramsNote that this item of climbing safety equipment is nonreturnable Please call us toll free at 8772368428 or email bentgatebentgatecom with any questions


Mammut Wall Wire Gate

previously retailed for:
$5.82 - $8.95

The Mammut Wall Wire Gate is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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