Ryan McNair

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Trad Climbing
Camping
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Ice Climbing
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Ryan McNair

Ryan McNair wrote a review of on March 25, 2009

4 5

Good price for a 3 pack if you're buying enough other gear to get free shipping. I have tried other replacement mantles from Wal-Mart, and they work, but not as well (bright) as these. I highly recommend one of these lanterns for everything but light weight backpacking. It's nice to have a light source other than your headlamp for eating or playing games.

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Ryan McNair

Ryan McNair wrote a review of on March 25, 2009

5 5

I'm a big fan if tri-cams. They're simple, always ready to do their job, and can be placed in many different positions and features. They're also basically maintenance free. The downside is you really need to know how to use them and place them properly. You can't just take them up the wall and throw one in a crack like you can a spring loaded cam. I carry the smallest four as part of my basic trad rack (.5 pink, 1, 1.5, 2). Larger than that, buy them and use them if you have specific needs for large cams.

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Ryan McNair wrote a review of on March 24, 2009

5 5

I'm a big fan if tri-cams. They're simple, always ready to do their job, and can be placed in many different positions and features. They're also basically maintenance free. The downside is you really need to know how to use them and place them properly. You can't just take them up the wall and throw one in a crack like you can a spring loaded cam. I carry the smallest four as part of my basic trad rack (.5 pink, 1, 1.5, 2). Larger than that, buy them and use them if you have specific needs for large cams.

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