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Quickdraw - Climbing - About.com
Two carabiners attached onto opposite ends of a strong sewn sling. Quickdraws, clipped into a piece of protection like a bolt, nut, or cam, allow the rope to run ...
Use Quickdraws on Sport Anchors for Rigging Top-Ropes - Climbing
Use quickdraws on the bolt anchors on sport climbing routes to rig top-ropes for your buddies. Using your own gear lessens the wear on permanent hardware ...
All About Quickdraws: Essential Rock Climbing Equipment
Quickdraws, simply sewn slings with two carabiners, are an essential and indispensable piece of equipment used by rock climbers, ice climbers, and ...
How to Clip Into Bolts: Learn 2 Types of Clips - Climbing - About.com
Clipping into bolts and quickdraws while you lead a route is an important sport climbing technique. Learn more about clipping bolts, redpoint and pinkpoint ...
Essential Sport Climbing Gear & Equipment - About.com
Here's all the basic equipment you need to go sport climbing, including a rope, quickdraws, locking carabiners, and personal gear.
9 Steps to Safely Lower Off a Sport Climb - Bolt Anchors - Climbing
If someone else is going to climb the route after you, all you need to do is to clip into the anchor bolts with quickdraws or a sling with locking carabiners and ...
Climbing Slings - The 5 Basic Types - About.com
The result is called a quickdraw, which is used to attach a climbing rope to a piece of gear and the rock, allowing it to run more freely than if the rope was clipped ...
Worn Carabiners Cut Climbing Ropes -- Sport Climbing Safety Tips
Fixed quickdraws, common on hard routes around the United States, allow a climber to pink-point a route, that is climb it without clipping his own gear to the ...
Italian Climbing Child Prodigy Dies in French Accident
Jul 5, 2013 ... The accident happened because Tito used some new quickdraws purchased by another in the group of Italian climbers. The quickdraws were ...
Rack Equipment on Harness Gear Loops — How to Carry Climbing ...
It's easier to rack your climbing equipment, including cams, nuts, and quickdraws, on the gear loops on your harness rather than on a gear sling carried over ...
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