Anyone know where to purchase moses cam hooks online?


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Nickolas · · Mammoth Lakes CA · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 0

Hey everybody,

looking to pick up a few cam hooks for the summer. was hoping to order them online, but I cannot seem to find anyone who has them. or if they do, they don't have the narrow size in stock, or their website does not inspire confidence that I will actually receive the product. sort of amazed by this, given how highly recommended the product is... If you know where I can find them please let me know. and if I am just being dense please feel free to point that out as well. Thanks!!!

David Tennant · · Denver, CO · Joined Feb 2013 · Points: 2,043

I ordered the narrow size from this site in January of this year (2016). shop.vershke.com/.

There were only a handful of comments on MP about them, so I just went for it and ordered. I had an overall positive experience. Plus they were the only place I could find the narrow at too. I got 2 narrow ones for $12 a piece.

I can't remembered how fast it took to ship, but I went with the free standard shipping and I wasn't in any hurry. The site didn't instill a lot of confidence but from what I found on MP it's a small shop, and I didn't hear of anyone having problems.

Alexander K · · The road · Joined Oct 2014 · Points: 130

Check the Neptune Mountaineering website. I bought some there a month ago. The manager said they had just got in their order for the year, apparently Moses doesn't make many of them.

B.S. Luther · · Yorba Linda, CA · Joined Dec 2009 · Points: 65

Your profile puts you in Mammoth Lakes, if you haven't tried Wilson's you should give them a call, that's where I got mine.

FrankPS · · Atascadero, CA · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 275

http://www.mosesclimbing.com/?page_id=80

Edit: Looks like Mammoth Mountaineering is one of Moses' retailers. and carries, or can get, Tomahawks. Your local climbing store, if you're in Mammoth.

http://mammothgear.com/store/filtered/c_544/s_Pins,%20Hooks,%20Hangers/b_Moses/

Max McKee · · Monterey, CA · Joined Dec 2015 · Points: 35

http://mtntools.com/cat/rclimb/bolts/mosescamhooks.htm

MOUNTAIN TOOLS is for sure the best place! Larry is very helpful and will get them to you quick. He also has an encyclopedic knowledge on everything climbing and is more than happy to talk and answer any questions. He had to have Moses make mine to order, maybe that's how they are doing business now?

csproul · · Davis, CA · Joined Dec 2009 · Points: 330
Max McKee wrote:http://mtntools.com/cat/rclimb/bolts/mosescamhooks.htm MOUNTAIN TOOLS is for sure the best place! Larry is very helpful and will get them to you quick. He also has an encyclopedic knowledge on everything climbing and is more than happy to talk and answer any questions. He had to have Moses make mine to order, maybe that's how they are doing business now?
My experience was slightly different. He had IMO some of the worst customer service I have ever dealt with and I'll go out of my way to ensure I give my business to ANYONE else.

Got mine from the vershke website. Runout customs will also put the sewn webbing on them.
jackkelly00 · · new hampshire · Joined Apr 2009 · Points: 265

Mountain gear (mgear.com) also carries Moses products (hooks, tomahawks, etc.)

Jeffo · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 260
Max McKee wrote:http://mtntools.com/cat/rclimb/bolts/mosescamhooks.htm MOUNTAIN TOOLS is for sure the best place! Larry is very helpful and will get them to you quick. He also has an encyclopedic knowledge on everything climbing and is more than happy to talk and answer any questions. He had to have Moses make mine to order, maybe that's how they are doing business now?
I just ordered a set last night from them...already shipped.
Max McKee · · Monterey, CA · Joined Dec 2015 · Points: 35
csproul wrote: My experience was slightly different. He had IMO some of the worst customer service I have ever dealt with and I'll go out of my way to ensure I give my business to ANYONE else. Got mine from the vershke website. Runout customs will also put the sewn webbing on them.
Really?! Do you mind sharing some specifics? I've been buying from them for years now and attending events and have never experienced anything but sincerity. Although, he did refuse to sell my brother some bolts and hangers.

They are local to me, I can often order something and pick it up at the post office the same day. So maybe I'm just biased.
Alex Cobbs · · Santa Fe, NM · Joined Sep 2011 · Points: 0

Try Luke at Runout Customs. From their FB page: We just unboxed a bunch of camhooks and hangers from Moses! Back in stock for now. Micro -$11, narrow -$12, wide- $12.50. That post was from April 20. Here's the email, runoutcustoms@gmail.com

Nickolas · · Mammoth Lakes CA · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 0

Hey guys, thanks for all the help! should be walling in no time

Greg VT · · vermont · Joined Aug 2016 · Points: 10

If you're looking for Cam Hooks, I just ordered a set from Grandwall Equipment.

grandwallequipment.ca/produ...

I just placed the order today. This website seemed a little more reliable/official compared to a few others I found.

TKrosbakken · · Duluth, MN · Joined Nov 2008 · Points: 280

Hey Greg,

So how do the cam hooks from grand wall look? comparable to moses or leeper? or is a cam hook a cam hook?

Ends up being $25.50 USD shipped for al 4 sizes. Seems like a real good deal.

Greg VT · · vermont · Joined Aug 2016 · Points: 10

The cam hooks from Grandwall seem great. I honestly have never used cam hooks before, so I can't really weigh in on if they're "good" or not, but I've tracked down a few reviews online that speak highly. I mean, I've placed them in cracks just messing around and they held up well. All in all, I'd say well worth $25.00.
Side note, black diamond 18mm daisy chains are finally back in stock for $15.00.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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