/ Black Diamond Vipers...
one position only as they bolt thru existing holes. tho they will still function fine for leashless.
you may be able to bodge some grivel bits on tho.
The "strike" actually has two positions it can be placed in - one is about a cm higher than the other. If you're going to be doing a lot of drytooling, having the strike on the lower position is preferable. The viper is well set up for leashless climbing, but a more ergonomic tool (like the fusion, or nomic) is better if you're planning lots of hard mixed climbing. The viper is a great all-around tool though.
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