Black Diamond Dynex Dogbone-14mmx12cm

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Black Diamond Dynex Dogbone-14mmx12cm -
Black Diamond 14 mm Dynex Dogbones Features.

Black Diamond 14 mm Dynex Dogbones.
The Black Diamond 14 mm Dynex Dogbones are well designed for the sport climbers that want to prevent dislodgement. The 14 mm Dynex Dogbones are stiffer, easy to clip, and because of this; preferred by many climbers. They are extremely light weight and still very resistant. They are abrasion resistant, which makes them very secure and something that you should always have with you. It is designed with, Strength: 22 kN, 4946 lbf. The Dynex Dogbones can be used in traditional climbing and in many other applications, for your favorite sports. The Black Diamond 14 mm Dynex Dogbones give you the protection that you need, for all the fun that you should have while practicing your favorite sport.
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Key Features.


  • Read all directions and safety material before use**


  • Dynex webbing


  • 14mm width
  • Straitjacket insert keeps the bottom carabiner in optimal clipping position
  • Dynex is highly abrasion resistant, strong and lightweight
  • 22 kN (4946 lbf) strength rating
  • Rubber loop inserts
  • 14 mm width is durable and easy to grab
  • 8.6g (0.3 oz) average weight
Black Diamond Dynex Dogbone - Dynex Dogbones from Black Diamond are designed for easy quickdraw customization. Dynex material is strong, lightweight and abrasion resistant. Rubber inserts keep carabiners correctly oriented. Customize your quickdraws with Black Diamond Dynex Dogbones for reliable performance when it matters most.

The Black Diamond Dogbones 14mm. Sewn webbing for specific usage and quick draw customization.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Dogbones 14mm.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Dogbones 14mm.

Designed for easy quickdraw customization, the Black Diamond 14 mm Dynex Dogbone is light, durable and easy to grab. Dynex™ material is strong, lightweight and abrasion resistant, the 14 mm width is durable and easy to grab, and the straitjacket insert keeps bottom carabiner properly oriented.

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Breaking Strength:22 kN, 4946 lbf
Length:7" / 18 cm
Strength:22 kN, 4946 lbf
Weight:0.4 oz / 10 g
Width:0.55" / 14 mm
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Black Diamond Dynex Dogbone-14mmx12cm Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These 10mm Dynex dogbones are a lighter-weight solution to traditional nylon, especially when you get to the larger sizes. They work just the same, but may be a little tricky for newer climber to use since they are so minimal. The large loop makes for a little bit of carabiner fumbling, but nothing that a rubber band wont fix.
Lowpear at on 10/23/2012
Black Diamond's Dynex blend is durable, UV and water resistant, and incredibly light. More expensive than the old nylon, but if you count grams, these are winners.
Kevin at on 09/25/2012
I like the shorties and the rubebr. Use them on sport climbs and i nthe alpine all winter
Dane Burns at on 05/08/2011

Neutral Reviews:

I use 12cm and 18cm 14mm width BD Dogbones to make a custom quickdraw set. These dogbones are light, comfortable and feel bomber. The bolt-end loop is wide enough so there's no need to unclip the bolt-end binner to link two or more draws. The only drawback is that rubber insert on the rope end can be easily damaged. Not a World-class problem, but I would prefer Metolius JIG like design.
at on 10/25/2012