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Clip fast and climb better.

Whether you're clipping bolts or stoppers, you'll appreciate the easy handling and low weight of the Mad Rock Super Light Quickdraw. The keylock carabiner eliminates snags when hanging draws, and makes it a cinch to clean steep routes. On the rope end, Mad Rock added a bent wire carabiner to ensure fast clips when you're run out and sketching.

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5 5

Great draws!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I rarely write reviews, but these draws are so sweet that I want to tell people about them as I don't think I have ever seen them at a crag. I saw the great reviews below and decided to buy a dozen since they are at such a great price.

I have only used these for about 5 days of climbing but I can say that these are the best all-around draws I have ever used. Very light, yet there are no sacrifices made for them to be so light. The keylock bolt side and bent wire gate rope side biner is the perfect combo for a quickdraw IMO. No snagging on bolts or gear and no gate lash to worry you. I have used these for sport AND trad with great results. The dogbone allows for rotation on the top side so they do not want to pull nuts out like many stiff sport draws will. A climber who does a lot of very overhung routes may not want that rotation when making desperate clips, but I rarely do anything that steep where it would make a difference. If you are that type of high end climber, you are probably going to want something a little longer than these anyway.

Someone said it below, but I can hardly feel these on my harness, even when I rack all 12 of them! The other really great and I think overlooked feature of these draws is that they have no sharp edges anywhere on them. I have had some scary moments when a gate catches or even pinches my finger with other draws that I have. Those inferior draws are going to be in my back up gear pile while these will be racked for anything I climb from now on.

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How big is the gate on the rope end? I...

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How big is the gate on the rope end? I have fairly large hands and it can be difficult sometimes to clip in with tiny gates :(

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Hey Barret Formslag,

The gate opening for the bent wire gate carabiner is 22 millimeters.

5 5

I love the gate action and shape in hand

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the gate action and shape in hand for both ends of this biner. Who would have guessed that Mad Rock wound up designing my favorite wiregate ever?

The gate action is incredibly smooth on the wired end and the gate opening is huge. The Keylock end is pretty generic, but lightweight and strong and my preferred clips for sport climbing.

5 5

Super Light / great pack draws

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

Just like they say, these draws are super light and made for long approaches - or short ones- where your pack is already heavy enough. Great product all around - whether youre using them as project draws or your go to everyday draw

5 5

Sport Climber Essential

The Super Light Quickdraws are well.... super light. I'll have 10 quickdraws attached to my harness and feel nothing pulling me down. They also are super easy to clip a rope to. I prefer the combination of the straight gate and wire gate because it is easiest to clip the hangars with the straight gate and clipping the rope to the wire gate. Very afforadable!