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Put a size or two on each aider, suck it up and start walking up a crack.Just don't forget to stop and place a piece of pro once in a while.Otherwise the Narrow size works 90 percent of the time. So for this comparison we will only be looking at the Narrow size…which is cool because that is the most useful size anyway.Once you get over the initial terror of cam hooks, they can be your best friend.They help you move quickly and are sometimes the only hammerless placement for a pin scar.I'll do that shortly on El Cap so for now this is a "first look" report.
Here are some photos: These hooks re-invented aid (once again).Meanwhile, I'm still looking for my missing Wide Leeper!I made the trip to Yosemite while working on the first free ascent of Mescalito with Tommy Caldwell While there I tested the Moses Cam hooks on El Cap and found they worked just like the old Leeper cams.(I am pretty sure they started out just as square as the Moses edges).
That little difference made the Leeper more secure in a few super-tenuous spots.
The come in three sizes: Mini - .95 Narrow - .95 Wide - .95 Plus the Fragile Flake - 14.95 Shipping from mountain gear was .95 and they took two business day to arrive. The Mini Leeper Cam Hook never had been that useful; I remember using it on El Cap only a handful of times.