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Beef up your rack with the Black Diamond Oz Rackpack. Featuring Black Diamond's lightest carabiner, the Oz Rackpack offers the snag-free, keylock functionality of HoodWire technology—times six.

  • HoodWire technology helps prevent snagging during cleaning
  • Each carabiner weighs just one ounce, keeping overall weight down

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5 5

Love 'em

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I wanted some lightweight apline draws that I could make for my trad rack. However I never liked the feeling of the hook part when trying to un-load the rope. The rope seemed to always snag.

Anyway I decided to mix and match. My alpine draws now consist of Neutrino's on one end and Oz's on the other (the rope side = Oz's). Color coded and same feel on both ends.

4 5

Used these after climbing on a buddies

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

after pulling down some harder pitches and realizing the benefit of matched color biners / cams I picked these up for myself. I dropped some weight as well.

4 5

A perfect BD C3/X4/C4 match

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A perfect BD and DMM Dragon cams racking binner. The perfect color match, lightweight, no bulk, easy to operate, no snagging, feels bomber.

The only issue is a lack of orange color which means not so perfect match with Metolius cams.

5 5

Great Biners

These are just great, they just go very well with your cams and can take off some grams. extremely light

4 5

Hooded nose width ~= 11.7mm

FYI the nose width is ~11.7mm - same as HoodWire (according to Eric @ BD). Internal length (long axis) is also the same - ~95.25mm.

5 5

finally, my gear matches

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

as anyone can tell you, the better your gear matches, the harder you climb. in all seriousness though, when you're pumped and looking to place a piece quickly, it's nice to look down to your harness and be able to grab a carabiner by color and know exactly what size cam is going to be attached.

the size of these is superb. they're very lightweight but not so small that i have a hard time manipulating the rope with them.

superb companions to any rack.