Rack a few balls nuts if you anticipate encountering thin, parallel cracks, places where your only other option would be hammering a piton. Invented in 1987, these are the secret weapon for many classic aid routes or new-school trad routes that are protectable using pin scars and flaring cracks that fit even your littlest cams.
- Colour coded for fast identification.
- Narrow depth fits in shallow, bottoming cracks better than cams.
- Blue 3-6mm, 7kN ,29g.
- Red 4.5-9mm, 8kN, 37g.
- Yellow 6-12mm, 8kN, 54g.
- Green 8-14mm,8kN 57g.
- Purple 10.5-18mm, 8kN, 73g.
|Ideal for||Trad and aid climbing|
The maximum force generated by a fall the equipment can withstand. The range includes all sizes.
|7 - 8kN|
|Range||3 - 18mm|
|Made in||Korea, Republic of|