DMM Terrier

 

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Hammer-in protection for frozen turf and iced up cracks

When suitable cracks are hard to find for wired nuts etc when on mixed snow an ice climbs, many climbers will seek out an iced up crack.

The DMM Terrier is ideal for micro-constrictions and thin seams. Comes with a doubled 11mm dyneema sling attached for quick and easy extension.

  • Positive removal fin
  • Lightening holes trim weight and assist extraction
  • Rated to 15kN
  • Extendable 11mm dyneema sling
  • 73g

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