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When the crack is too small for fingers, it's just right for DMM Peenuts.

Protect your next super-thin crack climb with DMM Peenuts. These tiny nuts are color coded for easy selection, and their tapered heads help them fit securely in slightly flaring cracks. DMM Peenuts are ideal for thin trad climbs and crack climbs alike, so add a few to your 'biner-full-o-nuts before you head out to the stone.

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Excellent Stoppers!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These are fantastic stoppers that have a very nice offset shape. If you're looking to rack some stoppers, these combined with the DMM Alloy Offsets make a good team. I really like these because they weigh nothing, but seem to place everywhere.



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

Not much to add hear, but these guys are great and placements in the tiny stuff is intuitive. Perfect for me who like to sew it up :)


Show Stopper!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

As much as all the hooligans at the crag want to watch you rocket out of the sky, and take massive whippers because all other gear wont fit - you'll cut the in flight movie in half when you sink one of these bad boys into a pin scar.

Tapered offset shape makes them want to stay in their home. If only Happy Gilmore could have golfed with these, and the hole was a thin crack.

If you climb where it's scary, you can limit that scarefactor in two ways - (1) - just get scurred. OR (2) - invest in these.


Good addition to DMM offsets

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

So far, have only purchased the #5 peanut as an addition to the DMM offsets. I will get more in the smaller size eventually. Fantastic stoppers, place very well and secure due to the irregular shape.


Bomber small pro

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These things are so light I almost always carry a set. Since they are aluminum they are more durable than brassies but have less bite. I have climbed primarily in Jtree with them and they are perfect when the going gets thin. I've taken falls on these guys and trust my life with them.



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

nice addition to my rack - can't wait to use them! They're made out of aluminum so they are not as soft as the copper

Unanswered Question

How does the size of the peenuts compare...

How does the size of the peenuts compare to the DMM brass offsets?
Why choose one over the other? Does the brass work better in certain rock?


DMM Peenuts

    These are the most useful little-dudes I've ever had on my rack. I primarily climb Southern sandstone and they are indispensable on the classic run-out traditional face routes! They fit in the tiniest of placements and the slightly offset nature of the nut often allows them to get maximum contact in places where a traditional nut won't even pretend to go!

    I recommend these little boogers to anyone!


    Great protection for when you find youself puckering

      These things work wonders in LCC granite. I've whipped on the smallest size several times and it didn't even thing about pulling. They are somewhat specialized but you'll be amazed the places these things fit and the security the offer on an otherwise puckery run out.


      aw, nuts

        These are pretty fantastic. Rated higher than similar sized BD nuts, and they flare both downward and to the side, as do many cracks. I carry 1-5 to supplement a BD set, but will probably pick up a few more in the future. Get some!


        Funky cracks beware

          For pin scars and small flared cracks these are unbeatable. I still carry regular nuts and just suplement with these for areas with funky cracks and gear.


          A must to include with the offsets

            DMM brought back the offset nuts. A must in the southern desert sandstone flaring cracks and damn handy in the Canadian Rockies as well. Only set I carry now. Have no idea why I would need any others.