DMM Shadow


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D shaped rigging biner

The DMM Shadow was the first DMM karabiner to feature an anti-snag keylock nose, is easy to handle, and light and strong thanks to its I-Beam technology. Great for racking, rigging and ropework.

The shadow is available in different gate options: the standard screwgate, Quicklock (2 action operation) and Locksafe (triple action operation).

The screwgate is also available in red, green and blue options and will find an application with mountaineering professionals and climbers of all abilities wanting quick and easy identification. Available individually or as three in a Colour Pack.


  • D shaped locking karabiner
  • I beam construction
  • Clean nose
  • Screwgate and Lock Safe gate options
  • Major Axis Strength: 24kN (gate closed)
  • Major Axis Strength: 9kN (gate open)
  • Minor Axis Strenght: 7kN
  • Weight and gate opening:
  • Screwgate-51g, 18mm
  • Quicklock-56g, 17mm
  • Locksafe-58g, 17mm


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