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Metolius Multi-Loop Double-D Gear Sling

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US$ 39.52
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"Multi-Loop Double-D Gear Sling" Product Description

Approx. Weight 159 g
Recommended Use Traditional Climbing, High Mountaineering & Expeditions
Ergonomic gear holder that gives the user excellent freedom of movement and load capacity, but remains firmly in place. Maximum comfort with Conlure ™ foam on the inside and an external 600D polyester laminate.

  • Aluminum buckle that allows an optimal fit.
  • Force of the main gear of 6.6 kN.
  • Weight according to manufacturer of 159 g.

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