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Mad Rock Ultralight Wire Quickdraw

$13.95

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    • One Color, 5in
      $13.95
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    Your ticket to up.

    You're getting after that redpoint attempt, and the celery diet is about to pay off. Reach for a Mad Rock Ultralight Wire Quickdraw and clip your way to triumph. True to its name, the Ultralight features two wiregate biners (one bent) that are linked by a Dyneema dogbone to create a package that weighs in at a slim 72 grams. Chase down those bolts and don't worry about fumbling with a tricky clip.
    • Item #MRC0016

    Tech Specs

    Sling Material
    Dyneema
    Claimed Weight
    2.53oz
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, lead climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using these draws for 4+ years now, and have been really happy with them. They're super light, super easy to clip, and overall hold up well. They'll wear through quickly if you try to use them for sport anchors/top roping (seems like common sense), but they've held up well to the demands of frequent sport climbing.

    In my most recent order, the gap in the dog bone on the bolt side is bigger than previous orders... there's more room for the carabiner to rotate, but a small piece of light tape closes the gap and easily solves the problem. If the rubber comes out on the rope side.... it is just about impossible to get back in. That being said, I've only had that happen twice in my time of having these. Overall A+, great value and the only quick draws I use for sport climbing.

    Light and strong.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are excellent. I use these for sport mostly and it is really worth it to have something so light hooked on to your harness when your hanging off the crag. Only issue is these are quite short so its a good idea to carry one or two long draws with you.

    Really worth the price though.

    Great Value

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These draws are super light, really easy to clip and handle and are the best priced draws on the market. Plus they come in a ton of different colors.

    Mad Rock Ultralight Quickdraw

      I like the biners quite a lot on this draw but the dogbones are junk. The little rubber piece fell out of each of my Mad Rock draws after a few uses, so I've kept the biners but moved them all over to Black Diamond dogbones. All that being said, for the first few uses these were super light and they clip great.

      Only Quick Draws I buy

        Only ones I buy. I save so much money on the complete quick draw if I need a longer one I can buy just the dog bone and switch the beiners over and have a super light draw. I love these guys for any type of climbing plus they are so cheap for what you get.

        Nice light draw

          The beiners are comparable in size to the Mammut Moses. Easy to clip. Beiners are only about 31-33 grams each. Backcountry should start selling the beiners separately. They'd be good racking beiners for cams, etc.

          Ummm... A little clarification on this...

          Ummm... A little clarification on this product would be nice. How many draws are included for $69.95? Also, the gate opening of 100mm? Somehow I don't think that is possible.

          It gets you six draws, and the gate opening is 22mm on the bent gate (red) and 23 on the straight (silver). I don't know where 100mm came from. Well spotted.Actually, I ordered one (thinking I'd get six) and I only got one. I have a request in to Backcountry to change their product description and pricing because I don't think these draws are worth $69.95 each. Six is more reasonable for that price.