Metolius Personal Anchor System - P.A.S.
|Without Caribiner||with Bravo locker Carabiner|
22 kN / 4950 lbf
3.3 oz / 93.5 g
38 in / 96.5 cm
11 mm / 0.43 in Dyneema Monster Sling webbing
|Price||$29.95 USD||$42.50 USD|
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The Metolius PAS 22(TM) personal anchor system makes it easy to connect to an anchor whether you're cleaning gear on a top rope climb or getting ready to belay a second up a multipitch route.
Metolius Personal Anchor System FEATURES of the Metolius Personal Anchor System Completely redesigned PAS with 11 mm (0.43in.) webbing that now passes the CE/UIAA Sling Standard More versatile - can be used for equalizing anchors Same weight despite higher strength Safer than daisy chains (Daisy chains are designed for body weight applications only) Safer, more convenient and more adjustable than using slings or quickdraws at the anchor Stows compactly Contrasting color on end loop simplifies use CE/UIAA certified
The Metolius Personal Anchor System (PAS) is a innovative device that provides safe, convenient, adjustable attachment from the climber to any anchor. Safer than daisy chains, more convenient and more adjustable than using slings or quickdraws at the anchor. Stows compactly and out of the way. Contrasting color on end loop simplifies use.
Metolius Rock Climbing PAS 22 kN Personal Anchor System - The PAS 22 kN Personal Anchor System by Metolius has been completely redesigned and now passes the CE/UIAA Sling Standard. With 11 mm (0.43 inch) webbing, the PAS 22 is more versatile then ever and can be used for equalizing anchors. Safer than daisy chains, as daisy chains are designed for body weight applications only, and safer, more convenient and more adjustable than using slings or quickdraws at the anchor. A contrasting color on the end loop simplifies use and it also stows away compactly. So if you are looking for an anchor system that carries the CE and UIAA certification that climbers have come to expect, look no further than the PAS 22 kN (Personal Anchor System) by Metolius.