DMM Vault


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The DMM Vault ensures safe, strong and secure racking for ice screws and tools. Traditionally made of plastic, this material is much more rigid and secure, making the DMM Vault a much more durable option. Featuring a locking option minimises the chances of accidental gate opening, keeping your equipment safely in place and not tumbling down the cliff face! The climber can manually choose to have the gate open or locked; a simple twist of the gate means you can secure your equipment (ice screws) safely, either for those knarly chimney pitches or the descent!

**Available as wire gate or locking gate

  • Low profile nose minimises hook-ups
  • Low profile locking mechanism does not affect clipping
  • Compatible with most climbing harnesses featuring ice clipper slots
  • Max webbing size: 45 x 3mm
  • User installable - flat bladed screwdriver required


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