DMM Torque Nut


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Wide crack passive protection

Torque Nuts are designed to work in a similar fashion to Rockcentrics meaning they can be placed passively at a constriction or cammed into place in parallel cracks thanks to their offset edges.

Additionally they are racked on extendable dyneema allowing the nuts to be neatly stowed on your harness and then extended when placed, eliminating then need for extra quickdraws. Four sizes are available covering a very wide range of large cracks.

Blue is size 4, gold is size 3, red is size 2, and green is size 1.

Torque nuts are also available in a complete set of sizes 1-4 to save you some money. They are colour coded with the same scheme as Wild Country Rockcentrics for your mixing and matching pleasure.


DMM Torque Nuts from DMM Climbing on Vimeo.

  • Offset edges allows camming action in parallel cracks
  • Extendable dyneema tape
  • 4 sizes covering a wide range
  • Available as a set


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