uniform experiment – Zirconia Carabiner

By - January 30th, 2012

The carabiner, a tool through which safety harnesses are fed, was originally designed to prevent rock climbers from falling. The simple carabiner has come a long way, becoming part of the streetwear style. While various brands have produced their take on the humble carabiner, uniform experiment is putting bling into theirs. Twelve pieces of zirconia are set into the side, accenting the otherwise plain silver carabiner. On top of that, there are three individual holes drilled on the base, fitted with three separate key loops. UE and fragment design logos are etched on the side of the clasp, and this Zirconia Carabiner can be found at NOA’S ARK in Japan.