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As friendly as offwidths can get.

A rackful of Wild Country Tech Friends confidently prepares your trad climbing adventures for offwidthing action in any wide crack. These large Friends feature durable, hot-forged lobes with the original camming angle (13.75°) for maximum versatility in variously sized cracks, and overlapping ranges offer a plenitude of placement options. Its long single stem design keeps each Friend flexible for easy placements, and the floating trigger feels like you're using a smaller cam. The trigger also features independent cam triggering, stops, and a short termination for easy cleaning and to help prevent over-camming, and the full-strength stops let the cam act as a stopper when opened completely. Wild Country added a durable Dyneema sling to the back for convenience, and anodized each cam with a different color for simple organization.

  • Hot-forged lobes with original 13.75° camming angle
  • Single stem and single axle designs
  • Floating trigger with independent cam triggering
  • Full-strength cam stops
  • 12mm Dyneema sling

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5 5

Best of the huge cams

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I chose the #6 Wild Country tech friend over the Camalot for a few reasons. #1 it feels better in my hands and I feel like I can better handle it. #2 the heavier spring (anecdotally) on the WC just feels more stable to me. #3 I like how these rack. For some reason these seem to hang on my harness better. While I use almost nothing else other than C4s, the #6 WC is money.

5 5

Excited to climb offwidth!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I decided to pick up a #5 and #6 for my upcoming trip to Vedauwoo Wyoming. I chose these over Black Diamond Camalot for a couple reasons. First, because these have more stable axles (the lobes are slightly larger). Second, my climbing partner already has Camalots and I prefer to have a variety of both when I climb. Never thought I would ever say I'm excited to climb offwidth, but yea, I am.

Excited to climb offwidth!