AlumCaraCarabiners are widely used in sports requiring ropework, such as ziplining, rock climbing, slacklining, caving, canyoning, and sailing, and in industrial rope access work, such as construction or window cleaning.  Carabiners used in sports tend to be lighter than carabiners used in industry. For recreational climbing, almost all carabiners are made from 7075 aluminum and are treated to a T6 temper (solution treated and then artificially aged). For zip lining, rope rescues, and industrial carabiner uses, where the weight of the carabiner is not an important factor and larger working loads are encountered, steel carabiners are commonly used. 


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  1. Contigua Straight Gate
    Contigua Straight Gate, Whether for emergency use--when light and fast truly matter--or just to keep on your key-chain, the Contigua is a perfect fit. Available in various colors Learn More
  2. Petzl William Carabiner
    As low as $21.54
    William Carabiner, Available with manual locking system (SCREW-LOCK) or automatic locking system (BALL-LOCK, TRIACT-LOCK). Learn More
  3. Cypher Twist Lock HMS Carabiner
    Special Price $22.99 Regular Price $25.99

    The Sawtooth is a perfect belay/rappel carabiner. Its large surface area makes for silky smooth rappels and belays. In addition to everything else it has to offer, the price is right! Keylock gate system reduces snags.

    • Weight: 90 grams
    • Strength: 23kN
    • CE EN12275:1998-H EN362:2004-B
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    Our largest HMS designed for easy belay setup in any situation. The frame’s round bar stock works great with a variety of belay techniques including popular semi-auto locking devices, tube devices, and Munter hitch.

    • CE EN12275 Certified
    • Weight: 85g
    • Strength (major axis): 25kN
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  5. Petzl Swivel
    As low as $71.95
    Petzl Swivel, Positioned between the rope and the load, the ball-bearing Swivel S allows the load to turn without twisting the rope. Learn More
  6. Petzl P42 Caritool
    As low as $12.95
    Petzl P42 Caritool, A carabiner-shaped tool holder designed to organize gear attached to a harness. Ice-screws, pitons, cams, as well as small tools, can be arranged and accessed single-handedly Learn More
  7. Petzl OK Carabiner
    The symmetrical aluminum OK carabiner has an oval shape that allows optimal positioning of equipment with a wide section. Its Keylock system facilitates manipulations. Learn More
  8. Petzl Vertigo Carabiner
    The VERTIGO TWIST-LOCK carabiner is designed for use on progression lanyards. Its ergonomic design and automatic locking system facilitate manipulations when passing intermediate anchors. Learn More
  9. Petzl Spirit Carabiner
    The SPIRIT is a non-locking progression carabiner, only for technical climbing. Because the SPIRIT does not lock, and has a Keylock system that prevents snagging, clipping is easier. Learn More
  10. Petzl Demi Rond Quick Ling
    When closed with a wrench, this aluminum quick link is used to close harnesses that have two attachment points that must be joined with a connector. Learn More
  11. Petzl Captiv
    The CAPTIV positioning bar favors loading of the carabiner along its major axis, limits flipping and keeps it integrated with the device or lanyard. Learn More
  12. Edelrid Nineteen G Carabiner 5 Pack
    The 20 g barrier has been broken! The Nineteen G is the lightest carabiner in the world – and makes no compromises on strength. Learn More
  13. Edelrid Mission Carabiner 5 Pack
    An extremely lightweight carabiner with a wire gate and larger opening. Extremely robust, despite its minimal weight. Learn More
  14. Petzl AM'D Pin-Lock
    The Am'D PIN-LOCK asymmetrical aluminum carabiner is designed for use with groups. It secures the connection of the user thanks to its PIN-LOCK system, which can only be opened by the operator with a specific unlocking tool. Learn More
  15. Rock Exotica SwivaEye Carabiners
    Rock Exotica Swivel Ropes Course Zip Line Carabiners , The SwivaBiner features a high-strength bushing that will withstand greater abuse than a bearing. The SwivaBiner is designed to re-orient a load, and not provide high-speed rotation. Learn More
  16. Rock Exotica Swivels
    Rock Exotica Swivels made the first high-quality swivels back in 1987 with high-efficiency bearings and machined bodies. Great for keeping rope straight and tangle free while you climb or zip line. Learn More
  17. Omni Semi-Circle Carabiner
    As low as $44.34
    Omni Semi-Circle Carabiner, The half-moon OMNI is used to close harnesses that have two attachment points that must be joined with a connector. Learn More
  18. Petzl Attache Carabiner
    Thanks to its compact shape and SCREW-LOCK locking system, the ATTACHE is designed for multiple uses related to belaying: connecting a belay system to a harness, belaying with a Munter hitch... Learn More
  19. ProTech Tactical D Locking Carabiners
    As low as $28.12
    A very popular tactical spec carabiner that meets your requirement for a stealthy carabiner with a minimum weight and size. The nut locks on gate to prevent jamming. Learn More
  20. SMC - Omega Pacific Jake Carabiners
    As low as $20.95

    These are great carabiners for clipping clients into zip line, rock climbs, ropes course and challenge course elements. These carabiners are light weight, strong and have a wide gate opening. Now made by SMC

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  21. 1/2" ALUMINUM "D" Captive Eye Carabiner
    1/2" MODIFIED "D" ALUMINUM Captive Eye - Style 3 aluminum frames. Asymmetrical D shape for easy handling. Individually tested to half the rated strength. Twist lock Aluminum Captive eye Carabiner. Learn More
  22. Petzl Am'D Carabiner
    As low as $18.25
    Petzl Am'D Carabiner - Add security to your climbing anchors with the Petzl Am'D Traict Locking Carabiner. Take your pick of Petzl's Screw-Lock, Ball-Lock, or Triact-Lock gate to perfectly match your preference. The Am'D Carabiner also has a snag-free keylock gate to assure it never snags on gear when you're building a solid anchor at the top of the pitch you just climbed. Learn More
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