Wild Country Rockcentric

 

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Passive camming protection

There are several reasons why Rockcentrics are so popular; a combination of curved sides seating much more effectively than the flat sided nuts, the ease of placement and removal as well as the light weight have all been important factors. Rockcentrics are also very versatile, just one nut can provide four placement modes. Rockcentrics are on pre-sewn 12mm Dynnema so you can be confident in their rating of 12kn. Dyneema also gives flexibility and Rockcentrics can help reduce your overall rack weight. Rockcentrics suit every rack, from the eager beginner, to a seasoned climber wanting to push the boat out with less weight on the their rack. Rockcentrics are easy to select, easy to place, and extremely useful.

  • Weight: 34g/1.19oz (Rockcentric 3) - 156g/5.46oz (Rockcentric 9)
  • Four placement options
  • Lightweight
  • Colour coded
  • Seven sizes
  • Dyneema sling
  • Available as a set or individually

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