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$48.71 (25% off, was $64.95)
The Friend Camming Device is one of the most legendary and trusted pieces of climbing equipment. They are a double-axle cam to provide a wide camming range and have an extendable dyneema sling to reduce rope drag on wandering routes. Wild Country is offering 25% off on a variety of sizes, from #.4 – 1.
$59.96 (25% off, was $79.95)
The Zero Friend is a new take on an old cam. It still has the double-axle and extendable sling that we love about the classic Friend, but with an ultralight design and flexible stem. It also features a narrower head than most cams, so that they can better fit into small cracks, pockets, and even pin scars. Sizes #.5, .75, and 1 are on sale now.
$22.91 (15% off, was $26.95)
The Helium Quickdraw is one of the lightest models on the market, from any manufacturer. Weighing in at just 2.6oz each, they are barely perceptible in your pack or on your harness.The Heliums are wire gate carabiners that have a clean wire nose to avoid snagging while clipping and unclipping.
$74.96 (25% off, was $99.95)
The Mosquito is a lightweight piece, clocking in at 9.2oz for size medium. It’s built of a durable ripstop material that can take a beating while being dragged over abrasive stone, and breathable ultralight mesh padding for optimal comfortability. This harness has four gear loops, two rigid and two soft, with self-fitting leg loops and an adjustable waist belt.
$71.21 (25% off, was $94.95)
No trad rack is complete without a set of nuts—there is no placement more satisfying or confidence inspiring than a stopper wedged perfectly in a crack. This is almost a full set of stoppers, minus the four largest sizes that Wild Country makes. They are color-coded to make it easier for you to size up the crack and whip out the right piece of metal for it.
$13.46 (25% off, was $17.95)
If you’re following a partner who had just placed the perfect, most bomb-proof nut imaginable, you’re going to want the Pro-Key Nut Tool on your belt. It has a built-in wire gate carabiner to attach to your harness and comes with a leash so you won’t drop it to the earth when you’re six pitches up. The Pro-Key also has a flattened butt-end to avoid shredding your hands while wrestling out terribly stuck pieces.
$37.46 (25% off, was $49.95)
The Ropeman MK2F Ascender is a compact piece of gear that is easily thrown on the harness and can be used either to jug behind or for emergency and rescue situations—it’s always a good idea to have a way to get up the rope. The Ropeman accommodates rope diameters from 8-13mm. The fact that it can be used on such a skinny rope makes it ideal for alpinists and big wall climbers who prefer lighter gear.
$12.71 (25% off, was $16.95)
The Ascent Screwgate is a hot-forged aluminum locking carabiner. It is designed specifically for belaying, but is also useful for rigging anchors. The skinny side of the carabiner has a lip to keep it secure on your belay loop and the wide top easily holds a hitch for going indirect.