Metolius Multi-Loop Gear Sling

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Specs

Weight 4.4 oz / 125 g

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Metolius's Multi-Loop Gear Sling page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Metolius created the Multi Loop Gear Sling to keep your cams, stoppers, and hexes better organized for a burly trad lead. The four gear loops on this Metolius sling allows you to separate gear and eliminate the bunching that occurs with single-loop slings. The Multi Loop Gear Sling saves the day for epic endurance pitches and multi-pitch trad climbs that require a huge rack.

- Backcountry.com

Metolius Multi-Loop Gear Sling FEATURES of the Metolius Multi-Loop Gear Sling New - ripstop body fabric Innovative, multi-loop version of the Adjustable Gear Sling allows for more organization of gear Gear Slings are non-structural and for gear racking only 2 kN (450 lbf) SPECIFICATIONS of the Metolius Multi-Loop Gear Sling Weight: 4.4 oz / 125 g ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

It isn't a technicality it's your support and assurance while making your next climb. Metolius has been building state of the art, progressive rock climbing equipment since the 1980's and the Multi Loop Gear Sling is no exception. When rock climbing is your passion, your dreams and your lifestyle; look no further for the equipment that will be there to assist you. PRODUCT FEATURES: Innovative, multi-loop version of the Adjustable Gear Sling allows for more organization of gear Ergonomically shaped, laminated, die-cut 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 4.4 oz. (125 g) Gear Slings are non-structural and for gear racking only Color: pewter

- Appalachian Outdoors

The ergonomic Metolius Multi-Loop Contour gear sling allows for easy gear organization during technical rock climbs.

- REI