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CAMP USA Six-Piece Nylon TriCam Set


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    • One Color, 0.125 - 2.0

    5 Reviews


    Go-to pro for horizontal cracks and pockets.

    When it comes to protecting horizontal cracks and solution pockets, nothing does the trick like the Camp USA Six-Piece Nylon TriCam Set. The TriCam design can function as an active cam or passive chock, and the color-coded slings make size selection a quick operation. 

    • Tricam design allows you to place the pro as an active cam or passive chock
    • Set of six covers a range from 0.3 to 1.7 inches
    • Ideal for protecting horizontal cracks and solution pockets
    • High-strength nylon slings are color coded for easy size selection
    • Item #CMP3289

    Tech Specs

    [head] aluminum, [sling] nylon webbing
    Placement Range
    [0.125] 10 - 15 mm, [0.25] 13.5 - 25 mm, [0.5] 16 - 28 mm, [1.0] 20 - 30 mm, [1.5] 26 - 38 mm, [2.0] 29 - 41 mm
    [0.125] (cam) 3 kN, (chock) 2 kN, [0.25] (cam) 5 kN, (chock) 3 kN, [0.5] (cam) 9 kN, (chock) 6 kN, [1.0] (cam) 9 kN, (chock) 8 kN, [1.5] (cam) 14 kN, (chock) 12 kN, [2.0] (cam) 14 kN, (chock) 12 kN
    Claimed Weight
    [0.125] .32 oz, [0.25] .67 oz, [0.5] .92 oz, [1.0] 1.24 oz, [1.5] 1.76 oz, [2.0] 1.94 oz
    Recommended Use
    trad climbing, alpine climbing
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    Great Addition

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you are climbing in an area with a lot of horizontals, huecos or flares tricams are a great addition to your rack. They can be a bit tricky to place initially but after some practice placements become easier and more easily identifiable. They can be placed both passively and actively If you would like another placement option go with the EVO's their tapered head allow for a secondary passive placement option. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me via the information listed above.

    Awesome addition to the Rack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I cant say I use these on every climb, many times they sit on my harness. I am still practicing on getting good placements with them, the ones I have placed seem really strong and dont usually move. My only critique is they can be very difficult for the follower to get out but, I really dont care. I am happy to be safe and have the follower struggle. Could possibly be a real issue where we need to climb fast because of a storm closing in.

    Essential pro

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I carry all six on every multipitch climb. Sizes 0.5-2 see quite a bit of action.

    Camp has really improved the webbing on this product over some older tricam generations. The webbing is stiff enough that you can grab it at the base and place the cam deep in a crack, making one-handed placements the norm. Yet it is still perfectly flexible that it inspires confidence in horizontal cracks.

    After a few weekends, I found these almost as easy and versatile as my SLCD's. I love to use these as my multipitch belay anchors because they let you save your friends for the lead on the next pitch.

    Tricam revolution!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have a set of the CAMP nylon tricams, as well as the Dyneema tricams. Between the two there was hardly any noticeable weight difference. I would recommend the dyneema for technical alpine climbing or rainy days, but these nylon tricams are still gold.

    I feel much more at ease running it out above a well placed one of these babies, than any stopper.