Metolius Master Cam
|Size 00||Size 0||Size 1||Size 2||Size 3||Size 4||Size 5||Size 6|
|Dimensions||0.34 - 0.47 in||0.39 - 0.59 in||0.49 - 0.71 in||0.62 - 0.89 in||0.74 - 1.04 in||0.93 - 1.32 in||1.09 - 1.56 in||1.28 - 1.89 in|
|Strength||5 kN||5 kN||8 kN||10 kN||10 kN||10 kN||10 kN||10 kN|
|Weight||2.2 oz||2.3 oz||2.4 oz||2.5 oz||2.9 oz||3.2 oz||3.5 oz||3.9 oz|
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The Metolius Master Cam Size #0 is a flexible, single stem unit with an ultra-narrow head width for hard aid or free climbing PRODUCT FEATURES: Molded thumb piece 13 mm (0.51") Monster Sling webbing (36% Dyneema/64% nylon) Range Finder tells you at a glance if you've chosen the right size cam for the placement Optimized cam angle for more outward force Machined cam stops Color-coded sewn slings and tubing CNC machined for much greater precision than stamped or extruded cams 7075-T6 aluminum Size: *0 purple 0.39 - 0.59 inch
- Appalachian Outdoors
The Metolius Master Cam combines a nice, flexy cable with an ultra-narrow head for hard aid or free climbing. Since metolius invented the CNC milled cam-stop, they naturally applied them to Master Cams. The longer body affords additional reach when top-stepping or stretching for that hard-to-get placement. The Range Finder system also provides critical placement feedback for those who need it. Master Cams are hand-built in Bend, Oregon. Each one is thoroughly inspected and every unit is tested to 5 kN or above. Master Cams are CE and UIAA certified.
Whether climbing aid or free, you're sure to find the placement you need with the new Metolius Master Cams.
Metolius built the Master Cam with a flexible single-stem design and narrow head profile to get it into the smallest, weirdest pods and pin scars, and to give it purchase once it's in there. CNC-machined cam stops provide extra passive strength if this cam tips out once it's inside a crack, so you don't have to stress your placement when you're making the crux moves 20 feet above. Metolius also added a large thumb loop to give aid climbers a short clip-in point and help trad climbers fire in gear quickly when they need to.