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The Shadow Quickdraw from DMM is an ideal sport climbing draw. If you're thinking of an early spring foray on to some sunny bolted limestone, then check out the following stats:
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The Shadow is light, strong, and has a clean nose which makes clipping and stripping quick and easy. The 11mm dyneema draws come in 12cm or 18cm lengths and have a rubber 'tadpole' sewn into the rope-clipping end to help keep the biner snugly in place.
The biners feature our unique I Beam construction which allows us to create our new range of products which are both light and very strong, while retaining the beautiful lines and ergonomics that you now expect from a DMM product.
This is our sponsored climber Gaz Parry's choice for Sport Climbing.
Find out more about the Shadow on the DMM Website
Read the UKC Review of the Shadow Quickdraw
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