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General Climbing Discussion

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Racking Cams 24-Jul-2007 At 8:59:29 AM steph
I did the shoulder sling for a while but it never ceased to piss me off cos their weight always ended them up in a position that was both in the way of whatever move i was doing and banging on my leg & the rock. Totally frustrating. So now i leave the cams on the ground and climb much happier with an extensive set of nuts, hexes etc. Just kidding, I do take some cams but they're always minimal and i clip them singularly with bent gates to my harness (one of the back loops cos i use them least).

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