Wild Country Pro-Key

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free up space on your rack with Wild Country's Pro-Key Nut Key that comes with its own extendable, detachable leash and wire gate for direct clipping to your harness. Uniquely innovative, you won't hurt your palm on the folded top that provides a bigger surface area contact with your hand.

- Mountain Gear

If you can't retrieve a piece of stuck pro with the Wild Country Pro-Key Nut Tool, that stopper is there to stay. This lightweight nut tool features an integrated wire-gate carabiner so you don't have to add unnecessary weight to your rack. The Pro-Key also has a flattened end, so you can get aggressive with the cleaning and not worry about trashing your palm in the process.

- Backcountry.com

115 RandStillwater Pass Trail MapThe RandStillwater Pass Trails Illustrated map is the most comprehensive and complete recreational map for this beautiful area in northern ColoradoCoverage includes the Routt and Arapaho national forests Never Summer Wilderness Rabbit Ears Range and the cities of Spicer and Rand Also included are Seymour and Arapaho lakes the Illinois River and the following mountain passes Calamity Grannys Nipple Indian Bowen Illinois and Willow Creekbull Approximately 4 x 7 12 folded 22 x 32 fully openedbull Scale 140680bull Waterproof tearresistant

- Bentgate.com

The Pro-key is our completely new nut key. With a host of great features (including our new leash) to make it easier to help you free-up your too-expensive to leave behind rack of shiny beauties.Features:A radical update makes this tool more adaptable and easier to use. The Pro-key comes with a new precision ground tip which allows access to the smallest slots, as well as a wire gate at the top which allows a direct clip to the harness. Added to this, a one piece folded top gives a bigger surface area to allow a firmer (less painful) push with the palm and large central holes keep the weight down.

- Second Ascent