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Wild Country Superlight Rock Set

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    • Various Colors, Set #1-6
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    Superlight Rock Set

    Rack up a six pack of tiny passive protection with the Wild Country Superlight Rock Set. You get all six sizes of these ground-breaking nuts to sew up your next thin crack climb or aid route. Their single-cable design and trimmed heads shave their weight by 45% compared to regular Wild Country Rocks, and that's sure to put a smile on your face as it takes weight off your waist.

    • Set of slim, light Superlight Rocks for trad climbing
    • 45% lighter than Wild Country Rocks
    • Anodized color patterning
    • Item #WDC002W

    Tech Specs

    Material
    7075 aluminum alloy
    Placement Range
    [#1.0] 7.25 x 7 mm, [#2.0] 8 x 8.2 mm, [#3.0] 9 x 9.6 mm, [#4.0] 10 x 11.3 mm, [#5.0] 11.5 x 13.3 mm, [#6.0] 13 x 15.6 mm
    Strength
    [#1.0] 4 kN, [#2.0, #3.0, #4.0, #5.0, #6.0] 6 kN
    Claimed Weight
    [#1.0] 0.35 oz, [#2.0] 0.46 oz, [#3.0] 0.53 oz, [#4.0] 0.56 oz, [#5.0] 0.71 oz, [#6.0] 0.78 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've been using Wild Country Rocks for years so when these came out I thought they would be a great alternative for going light. To place them wide requires finding a near perfect v-slot, as they are so thin they have very little contact points/surface area. You have to set them really hard to make sure they won't lift out of the slot, or flip if you whip, which makes it a pain in the neck for the follower. I love the idea, and I'm sure with a lot of practice these could be a great addition to the rack, but I am going to stick with the original WC Rocks for now.

    The make them single wire from 1-6, and in a double wire from 5-10. 5 & 6 are optional.