List of products by manufacturer CAMP

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$195.04 $165.78
The Kinetic Rewind Topaz II via ferrata kit is ideal for those who are passionate about via ferrata, with a set that complies with the safety requirements of the EN 958 standard.

$6.15 $5.23
The Camp Oval Standard carabiner is ideal for use in rescue maneuvers and for industrial uses. It is a very compact carabiner built in galvanized carbon steel.

$9.54 $8.10
The Camp Oval Compact carabiner is ideal for use with descenders or pulleys. It is a very compact carabiner with an excellent strength / weight ratio.

$71.08 $60.42
The ideal quickdraw for long mountain routes: light, because it has to be transported for a long time; compact, because it is not uncommon to carry several of them with you; versatile, because you never know what you are going to clip; functional, because it must be easy to use even when you are tired.

$39.87 $37.88
The CAMP Backcountry 3.0 pole is made of aluminum alloy, a pole suitable for the most tireless hikers looking for a solid, durable and absolutely stable product.

$56.34 $47.89
Ice ax for excursions on snow and glaciers: a tool with attention to every detail. The steel blade has been designed to ensure solid anchoring in hard snow and highly effective in self-stopping maneuvers. Equipped with holes for hooking to snap hooks both on the peck and on the tip.

$43.34 $36.84
The CAMP Outback 5 multisport backpack makes essentiality and versatility its strengths. It is the ideal multisport backpack for fast & light outings whether on foot, running, skiing or cycling.

$104.02 $88.42
The CAMP M20 backpack is renewed. It is an ideal backpack for light & fast outings but always very sturdy. It contains many of the exclusive systems that characterize the CAMP backpack line

$32.85 $27.93
The Ice Master Evo hiking crampon is the evolution of the reliable and affordable Ice Master.

$34.59 $29.40
The Ice Mastyer Light crampon is lightweight, reliable and affordable.

$39.01 $33.16
The CAMP Ice Master Run hiking crampon is minimalist but performing, specifically designed for racing.

$51.92 $44.14
Extra short (9 cm) version of the CAMP Rocket ice screw for use on thin ice.
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CAMP

Passion, work and simplicity are some of the keywords that have always distinguished CAMP's way of being

CAMP, Mountaineering and Free Climbing Equipment


The passion is for the mountains and for the products that help realize the dreams and projects of all those who frequent it; the work has been handed down for over 115 years in four distinct generations who have succeeded each other at the helm of the company and simplicity is what distinguishes a way of being and relating based on seriousness and loyalty.



These ingredients allow us to respond with greater strength and effectiveness to the needs of today's market which requires innovation, new proposals and solutions, imagination and reliability, safety and fun.

The mission of CAMP then becomes that of conceiving, designing and developing innovative technical solutions that can improve the safety, performance and effectiveness of products intended for the most demanding consumers in the outdoor and industrial markets.



All this passes through the culture of innovation that is rooted in the CAMP heart since the beginning of its activity, and we can recall as an example the first ice ax with a metal handle, the first crampon with a rigid structure, the first modular ice ax , the lightest carabiner with its 33 grams. All thanks to a constant presence on the ground that today is supported more than ever by an organization that invests predominantly in research and development components, assisted by a team of top level testimonials and technical advisors such as Tomaz Humar, Simone Moro , Denis Urubko, Valerio Folco, Cristian Brenna just to name a few.

Today (2006) already more than 10% of CAMP workforce works in the R&D division but the goal is to reach 20% in the near future.
The organization of the structure now allows the products to be exported to 60 countries around the world, two of which (France and USA) managed directly with dedicated structures. The distribution network is adequately supported by a logistics structured on several poles that allows differentiated deliveries in a few hours to any city in the world.

The approach with customers is increasingly seen from a partnership perspective where collaboration does not stop at a mere commercial relationship but presupposes a reciproca trust and involvement on the basic needs of the customer and the solutions that the company can to propose.

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