Metolius Inferno Wiregate Quickdraw

Specs

5 in 7 in 5 Pack
Weights 2.7 oz / 79 g 2.8 oz / 82 g -
Strength 22kN /4950 lbf 22kN /4950 lbf -
Price $17.95 USD $17.95 USD $87.50 USD

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On Sale. Metolius Inferno Wiregate Carabiner Quickdraw FEATURES of the Metolius Inferno Wiregate Carabiner Quickdraw JIG - Keeps carabiners locked down on your quickdraws, makes clipping a breeze Two Inferno carabiners joined by a 13 mm (0.51in.) Monster Sling (36% Dyneema/36% nylon) Lightweight, high-strength, full-size quickdraws for all your climbing projects

- Moosejaw

Lightweight and quick-clipping, the Inferno Wiregate Quickdraw from Metolius provides security and strength with two Inferno carabiners joined by a 13 mm, nylon and Dyneema Monster sling.

- Mountain Gear

Metolius Rock Climbing 5 Inch Inferno Quickdraw 5 Pack - The 5-pack 5 Inch Inferno Quickdraws by Metolius is just what you will want for all of your climbing projects. Two Inferno carabiners are joined by a 13 mm (0.51 inch) tight-one-end Monster Sling giving you a lightweight, high-strength, full-size quickdraw for any climbing need. Available with one brown and one green Inferno, the jig keeps carabiners locked down on your quickdraws so it makes clipping a breeze. Available in 5 inch (12.7cm) or 7 inch (17.8 cm) lengths. If your looking for a lightweight, durable quickdraw that you can just clip on and go , check out the 5-pack 5 Inch Inferno Quickdraws by Metolius.

- Outdoorplay

The Metolious Backcountry. com Limited Edition Inferno Quickdraw is lighter than most alpine draws and stronger than most sport draws. This short beauty goes together with stoppers and hexes like peanut butter and jelly, and sport climbers will stay confident on their projects at the crag. The Inferno carabiners have curved spines for better ergonomics, deep rope-locating wells for easier control, and surprisingly massive gate openings for clip-n-go convenience.

- Backcountry.com