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Mammut Carabiners Wall Light Wiregate Carabiner-Orange 22100161011201. Despite its feather-light weight of just 23 g the Wall Light Wiregate Carabiner is still large enough to be used comfortably with double ropes or gloves in alpine terrain.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Mammut Wall Light Sixpack Carabiner Ultra-lightweight and user-friendly Coordinating with different sizes of protection Such as nuts and cams Rack it up

- Moosejaw

Your trad rack weighs enough as is, so you'd might as well trim a few extra grams from the equation with Mammut's ultra-light Wall Light Carabiner 6-Pack. Weighing just 0. 8 ounces (23 grams) each, these simple, solid, and safe wire-gate 'biners have a major axis strength of 20kN and are color coordinated, so you can pair them up with your cams for quick and efficient placement.

- Backcountry.com

Mammut Wall Light Carabiner. The lightest carabiner out of the Mammut think tank! Despite its feather-light weight of just 23 g, the Wall Light is still large enough to be used comfortably with double ropes or gloves in alpine terrain. Breaking load lengthwise: 20 kN Breaking load across: 7 kN Breaking load open: 7 kN Weight: 23 g

- Bentgate.com