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Accessory Carabiner Set
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Great for securing loads, particularly when using ropes or webbing straps. These carabiners are light, strong, and can be clipped or unclipped one-handed with a little practice. High quality anodized aluminum with spring steel gates mean they can be used in outdoor situations, whatever the weather. Incredibly useful in overlanding, van life and paddling/rafting.
Note: The carabiners have not been tested to the appropriate climbing safety standards, and are therefore not intended for climbing/rappelling/via ferrata.
- High quality anodized aluminum with spring steel wire gate
- Less than half an ounce (13g)
- Sold in packs of two carabiners
- Numerous applications from securing watercraft on roof racks, attaching motorcycles and quad bikes to trailers, lashing dry bags into rafts, to rigging tarps around camp and many other uses
Roland Tyson started making outdoor gear on an old industrial sewing machine in his childhood bedroom in 1983, at the age of 17. As a young outdoor enthusiast, Roland realized that he had a passion and a talent for creating cutting-edge outdoor equipment. Soon he was designing and manufacturing equipment for other Australian adventurers. By 1991, after outfitting an unusual first ascent of Mt. Everest (a 1126+ kilometer, 8848 meters in elevation trek from sea level to a solo summit), Sea to Summit was born.
Roland’s drive to design the best, lightest and most durable equipment would take him farther into the remote Australian outback and eventually into the Himalayas. In these wild places, he could put his inventions to the ultimate test.
In 1993, Roland was joined by Penny Sanderson, who had spent six years at Australian Geographic. Her passion for exploration and innovation was a perfect fit for Sea to Summit. She and Roland began travelling several months out of each year, spending time climbing, sailing, trekking, overlanding and biking. Everywhere they went, they tested products and iterated design.
Sea to Summit quickly grew into a successful global brand, with Penny and Roland’s love of travel and design as the foundation. Together, they own and manage Sea to Summit, still taking part in every step of the journey from developing raw materials to putting perfected gear into the hands of customers worldwide.
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