The Tyrolean mountaineering outfitter Austrialpin produces the popular Eleven quickdraw set and the Fish autotuber set in a limited rainbow edition. For every set sold in the colorful series, five euros go to the children's cancer charity.
Climbing in all its facets moves a lot of people. For all those who want to move more than just themselves with their vertical activities, Austrialpin has a good opportunity with its limited rainbow edition: the children's cancer charity benefits from every set of 6 quickdraws sold and every autotuber set.
Help make a difference
With their shimmering rainbow sets, Austrialpin shows its colors. The cooperation partner of the charity campaign is the Children's Cancer Aid, which relieves affected families with their work and gives hope.
And it is precisely this organization that Austrialpin donates five euros from every rainbow set sold. If you've been wanting to renew your sport climbing equipment for a long time anyway, or if you've wanted to do something good again, then now is the right time.
Limited in a rainbow look: The Eleven quickdraw set
Eleven are the strongest express slings from Austrialpin and were specially developed for sport climbing.
With an open carabiner breaking load of 1,1 tons and a wide rope support, you can fall onto the rope gently and without inhibitions.
The quickdraw thong that holds the carabiner in place and the extra wide polyamide sling complete the package.
In the colors of hope: The Autotuber set Fish
The Fish belay device, with its unrivaled light weight of 68 grams, is perfectly matched to rope diameters of 8 to 11 mm.
As an autotuber, it blocks automatically in the event of a fall and without additional manual force. An additional release lever increases ease of use.
The fish set comes with an HMS Slide-Autolock carabiner, which locks automatically when the gate is released, and an anti-twist device.
Raffle: Win a quickdraw and an autotuber set
In cooperation with Austrialpin, we are giving away an Eleven quickdraw set and a Fish Autotuber set in a dazzling rainbow design. To take part in the raffle, all you have to do is fill out the form below. Great chance!
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