Metolius Easy Aider


Weight 7.5 oz / 213 g
Overall Length 94 in / 2388 mm
Strength 1.3 kN / 300 lbf
Webbing 3/4 in / 19 mm nylon webbing

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The Metolius Easy Aider streamlines the process of moving up the rungs in a traditional aider. Just clip the next placement and pull on the tail to instantly adjust foot height exactly where you need it. No more fighting your feet into and out of the aider. The wide, comfortable stirrup (2 3/4 width) greatly reduces foot fatigue and buckles securely into place. ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL!-- Aider version of the Easy Daisy-- Makes the ultimate ascender sling-- Anodized CNC aluminum buckles

- OMCgear

Metolius Easy Aides revolutionize aid climbing systems They can be used on their own or in combination with conventional daisies and aiders to increase speed efficiency and ease of use in any situation Existing adjustable designs require the user to take one grip to operate the carabiner gate and then change to grip to operate the buckle Metolius Easy Aiders allow you to operate both the carabiner and the buckle with the same gripWeight 8ozCarabiner not includedNote that this item of climbing safety equipment is nonreturnable Please call us toll free at 8772368428 or email bentgatebentgatecom with any questions


Metolius Easy Aider FEATURES of the Metolius Easy Aider Aider version of the Easy Daisy Makes the ultimate ascender sling Anodized CNC aluminum buckles Wide, comfortable foot stirrups buckle securely in place (3/4in. / 19 mm) nylon webbing Specify right or left (labeled and color coded) For Body-Weight only SPECIFICATIONS of the Metolius Easy Aider Overall Length: 94in. / 2388 mm Weight: 7.5 oz / 213 g Strength: 1.3 kN / 300 lbf ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

The Easy Aider from Metolius is ideal for aid climbing and the ultimate tool for rigging your ascenders. Two wide stirrups that quickly adjust to your foot height make for easy climbing. Cosmetic Seconds have some sort of imperfection (ex. coloring) that does not hinder the utility or safety of the product.

- Mountain Gear