Metolius Adjustable Gear Sling

Specs

Weight 4.2 oz / 119 g

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Metolius Adjustable Rock Climbing Gear Sling - The Adjustable Gear Sling by Metolius Climbing is an easy way to keep your gear organized. An ergonomically shaped, laminated, die-cut pad allows for maximum comfort. The custom aluminum buckle allows for a wide range of adjustment. Poly tubing over the clipping area of the sling keeps carabiners from hanging up. The Metolius Climbing Adjustable Gear Sling is a comfortable and easy to use gear sling.

- Outdoorplay

Metolius Adjustable Gear Sling FEATURES of the Metolius Adjustable Gear Sling New - ripstop body fabric Ergonomically shaped, laminated, diecut pad for maximum comfort Custom aluminum buckle allows for a wide range of adjustment Poly tubing over the clipping area of the sling keeps carabiners from hanging up Gear Slings are non-structural and for gear racking only 2 kN / 450 lbf

- Moosejaw

Augment the storage space on your gear loops with Metolius's Adjustable Gear Sling. This ergonomically shaped belt sits comfortably on your waist and hips with a die-cut pad and fits securely with a custom aluminum buckle. Poly tubing over the clipping area prevents biners from getting caught up.

- Mountain Gear

The QuickShot Plus from Nathan offers you hands-free hydration with an ease that all runners will love. Providing you with pouch specifically designed for the QuickShot flask, hydration is always at the ready for when you need it. The zipper closure pocket allows for storing small essentials in case you need to make a brief pit-stop at the local store. The QuickShot Plus also comes in a few different colors, so you get some aesthetic features to this practical bottle system. PRODUCT FEATURES: 10 oz / 300 ml Flask with Race Cap offers quick bursts of fluid for short distances Keep hands relaxed with adjustable hand strap and thumbhole Expandable, zippered pocket offers a surprising amount of storage

- Appalachian Outdoors