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Description

Light and multipurpose, for all your quickdraw needs.

Use the versatile Wild Country Wild Wire Quickdraw for hangdogging on your overhanging mega-project one day, and haul it up four pitches of clean granite slabs the next. The two wire gate 'biners and the Dyneema sling make for a lightweight all around draw that's as comfy in a bolt hanger as it is clipped to a Camalot.

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4 5

Cheap and durable!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

They are not the lightest, but they are cheap and durable. I use these on single pitch stuff and they are great for it.

5 5

A great quickdraw!

cheap and easy. Lightweight wire gates and dyneema dogbone at an affordable price. Look good clipped on the wall!

5 5

A great quickdraw!

cheap and easy. Lightweight wire gates and dyneema dogbone at an affordable price. Look good clipped on the wall!

5 5

Budget price, not budget quality

These are fantastic draws. They clip nicely and have a big opening and the dyneema dogbone helps keep the weight down. Plus, I dig the bright colors, they look good on a rack.

Rubber Stopper broke

Rubber Stopper broke

Lead 2 times with these and the rubber stopper some how broke. Won't affect performance but still annoying. Hopefully backcountry will replace it

3 5

wrong color dogbone

Mine showed up with black dogbones, so I was not happy. Luckily, I found someone to trade with me, so I didn't have to bother sending them back. Otherwise, I like them.

5 5

Georgosity made metal

Beautiful light inexpensive wiregate quickdraw. Color scheme accents every rack beautifully

4 5

Good draws.

The different colored biners make it simple for keeping the draws organized for easy access and keeps the bottom biner from mistakenly being clipped into a bolt to later rough up your rope. I traded out the top biner for keylocks and used my extra wiregates to make longer draws for top ropes or to avoid rope drag.

5 5

Love 'em

definitely the best draws i own. I may end up switching the bolt end biner for a keylock for easier cleaning on steep routes but i love these for their weight, easy clipping and wide opening

4 5

Hold you to it.

I got these draws a little while ago and so far they are definitely doing the job... They are light and easy to manage, the only gripe that I've had with them so far is that is seem that the bottom carabiner which has no rubber in the sling seems to spin around and end up upside down more easily than some other draws that I have. Not a tough problem to deal with, but I thought it was worth mentioning in the interest of being a good reviewer...

Responded on

the bottom biner is the one with rubber retainer. Your clipping them upside down.

are these standard carabiners or are they...

are these standard carabiners or are they slightly smaller like a lot of other draws i have been seeing lately?

Best Answer Responded on

i believe these are standard size carabiners. Wild country's smaller biner draws are the xenon lites.

4 5

Wish this was in the description

The overall quickdraw is fine, you can't really go wrong with two carabiners and small sling. My only beef is that the red carabiner cannot be taken out of the sling. I like to be able to use my quickdraws as just regular carabiners if I need to, and Wildcountry quickdraws always have a little rubber peice to prevent you from taking one out. I suppose that this is helpful in some cases, but I just wish it was posted in the product description.

Responded on

Most draws have this rubber part to help make clipping easier. Just try moving the rubber to over the gate and they come off no problem

Responded on

I pop them off all of the time, for wandering routes when i need more full length slings or aid routes. NOT an issue. Solid beener, gat can get sticky after Lots of use.

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Dude, I've switched these around all the time. Just push hard and they'll come off.