MSR Camring Cord Tensioners

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Designed to make camp life easier, MSR large CamRing cord tensioners securely tension your cord yet adjust easily, eliminating the hassle of tying and retying knots in cold or wet weather.

- REI

MSR Camring Cord Tensioner FEATURES of the MSR Camring Cord Tensioner The simple ring design locks securely and adjusts easily Eliminats the hassle of tying to re-tie knots in cold or wet weather CamRing(TM) Cord Tensioners perform best on cords from 1.5mm to 3mm Large-size cord tensioners have an ultralight, non-slip design that grips 3-5 mm cord Large-size cord tensioners have an ultralight, non-slip design that grips 3-5 mm cord

- Moosejaw

MSR developed these CamRing Cord Tensioners to make your camp life simpler and easier. PRODUCT FEATURES: The simple ring design locks securely and adjusts easily, eliminating the hassle of tying and retying knots in cold or wet weather. CamRing Cord Tensioners perform best on cords from 1.5mm to 3mm. Material: Aluminum 6000 series

- Appalachian Outdoors

Adjustable, Knot-Free Tensioners. MSR developed CamRing MSR Cord Tensioners to make camp life simpler and easier. The simple ring design locks securely and adjusts easily, eliminating the hassle of tying and retying knots in cold or wet weather. CamRing Cord Tensioners perform best on cords from 1.5mm to 3mm. Material(s): Aluminum 6000 series. Country of Origin: Made in Korea. Available Color(s): Red

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Simple, yet highly effective, the MSR Camring Cord Tensioners Kit accepts cord from 1. 5mm to 3mm and tightens up the lines on your shelter. Once the cord is threaded through, just slide the tensioner to achieve the appropriate tension and you're good to go.

- Backcountry.com