DMM Wallnut Set


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Full set of passive protection for rock.

Colour coded anodised Wallnuts are quick to choose the right size (the colour coding also matches Wild Country's Rocks for mix and match). The tapered sides suit them to slightly outward flaring cracks whilst the clever teardrop indents make them fit even the most complex cracks and holes.

Wallnuts come in individual sizes or sets.

The smaller 1 -5 sizes have a teardrop on the rear of the nut to aid placement in irregular cracks and pebbly, granular rock, whilst from size 6 and upwards the teardrops are both front and rear making them ideal for placing between crack edges. The larger sizes are hollowed out to keep weight down.

The Wallnut Set includes sizes from 1 to 11.

DMM have been very specific regarding the heat treatment and alloys used to ensure excellent bite in your placement. The clever finishing reduces stress points on wire or nut and uneven placement. So get these Welsh made nuts on your rack now, because they are the best.


DMM Wallnuts from DMM Climbing on Vimeo.

  • 1-11 set
  • Anodised
  • Colour coded
  • Colour coding matches Wild Country Rocks
  • Tapered sides for flared cracks


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