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mar4821569 wrote an answer about on April 26, 2012

I only own two hexes, they are the 10 and 11. Worth while addition to any rack, and you cannot beat the price. I would rather have 3-4 of these over a cam if I had to choose between the two. I have actually used them quite often and own stoppers, master cams, and c4 cams. They do tend to be quite noisy if racked close to each other!! (cowbell anyone?)

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mar4821569 wrote a question about on April 26, 2012

Correct me if I am wrong, I thought you were NOT supposed to clip the steel cable thumb loop! Metal on metal = bad?

"The C4s include a thumb loop that makes them about a billion times easier to place one handed, and gives you a second point to clip in to."

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mar4821569 wrote an answer about on April 26, 2012

Made in the USA, cant beat that!!
I would go with 1-4 in Master Cams and 0.75 to 6 in C4s to cover a wide range. The 4 and 0.75 are around the same size, but the 0.75 has a larger range, 0.94 - 1.62 " for the C4 and 0.93 - 1.32" with the Master Cam. I do not like the smaller master cams, 0 and 00. Prefer C3 in that small size.

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mar4821569 wrote a review of on November 16, 2011

Good Fit, Nice craftsmanship
4 5

It fits is more like a normal jacket, unlike some TNF, which seem to be made for the typical fat american. I am 6'0" 160 lbs and a Large is perfectly sized and not baggy in the front. Zippers seem solid and it blocks wind nicely. The pockets on the sides go really high up the front, basically the entire inside of the front jacket and this seems a bit odd.

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