Aspiring Gear Sling
A simple, budget gear sling.
A simple, budget gear sling.
A bigger size than the biggest WC or DMM hex.
The gold standard for strength, range, reliability and value in medium to large cams.
Really light, much sturdier than I thought they'd be. Colours nice and bright.
Great small cams for pockets and pin scars.
Don't know why they're not more popular. Great in flaring cracks or horizontal breaks, buy as an extra set to back up your double set of C4's.
The snag free feature of these carabiners is unusual for most wiregates.
Great! They don't tend to pull through the rock as the brass ones do.
A great value set of carabiners, colour matched, work out at only $11.50 each.
Probably the best small nut out there. Comes with free carabiner. Over the years I have taken a number of falls on the smaller sizes, although it's not recommended. Any nut is better than no nut!
Makes a great companion to the ordinary micro stoppers. Don't know why offsets aren't more popular, I use mine all the time.
Configure as either a 20cm or 30cm draw that can extend to 60cm.
An absolute necessity for long wandering routes. I tend to carry more of these on long multi-pitch routes than I do ordinary draws.
A good price for 10 stoppers, comes with a free carabiner.
A good, cheap starter set.
Covers all the key sizes and comes with a free carabiner.
Nice deep hook on the end which is really useful for cleaning out cracks.
Highly recommended by UK Climbing. Slightly different sizing to other brands, so make a good second set. Great price.
Nice, and very light (24g) for a larger wiregate.
The best and most useful nuts ever made, I've never used anything better. Buy two sets!
A good solid adjustable unit. I like the large D for racking wires.
So light and small, really no reason not to carry one when multi-pitching. Particularly useful if climbing with inexperienced partners, or if there is three in the party. A recommended piece of kit.
These excel if you want small, real small.
Very, very impressed.
No other cam out there bites as well as these.
Colour match to camalots, DMM torque nuts, wallnuts & offsets.
Very compact units, love the extendable slings - a must for the serious trad climber.
Has a nice soft end for hitting with your palm, also has a 17mm spanner for 10mm bolts.
Takes the humble hex to the next level.
The Trad Daddy of chalk bags. Nice and big.
The ultimate racking carabiner for your wired nuts.
No better stopper type nut out there.
Our biggest selling oval, great for racking wires.
The best bandolier out there.
My favorite carabiner for trad climbing. Very light and no bulk to them.
NB: These are small and take some getting used to.
The multi loop helps keep track of what you've used. The D Attachment adds extra space and balances the load.
The largest 17mm wrench sizing fits a standard 10mm bolt.
Saves cross loading carabiners and makes for a clean anchor.
The nicest nut tool out there.
The only nut tool with a leash and it's the nicest nut tool out there.
A classic, very popular set. No one buys straight sided stoppers, so why buy straight sided hexes?
Great for nut tool, wire brush or whatever else you don't want to lose.