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Pockets and horizontal cracks are now cause for confidence.

From wandering alpine pitches to hair raising headpoints on grit, turn to the Camp USA Nylon Tricam for protecting horizontal cracks and pockets. Available in 13 different sizes for a wide range of placements, the versatile Tricam can be placed as an active cam or passive chock, making a few of these essential to every serious trad climbers rack.

  • Tricam design allows you to place the pro as an active cam or passive chock
  • Available in 13 sizes covering a range from 10mm to 140mm
  • Ideal for protecting horizontal cracks and solution pockets
  • High-strength nylon slings are color coded for easy size selection

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5 5

Versatile Pieces

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used the Nylon tri-cam set (.5 - 3) for two years and have found numerous placements from passive nut style to the active camming position. I switch up my rack depending on the route(s) but almost always keep a few on. The last route I led, I placed 3 of the 5. I've used them in anchors and plan to pick up additional larger sizes (5-7) for the prevalent large horizontals at the top of routes.
These are great.
The new Evo generation offers a third placement option, making them that much more versatile.

The pictures shows the nylon on the rock side, flip them for less nylon to rock contact.

Versatile Pieces
3 5

Not my favorite pieces.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Picked up a set of 5 in sizes: .5, 1, 1.5, 2.5, and 3. They seem solid but they're a bit heavy I have yet to find a placement where I needed one of them. IDK I'll keep trying to use them but I prefer my stoppers, cams, and hexs.