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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Petzl's Ange L page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The standard-size Petzl Ange L carabiner features the MonoFil Keylock wiregate system that combines the fluidity of a spring gate with the lightness of a wiregate for easy clipping.

- REI

A hybrid between light wire gates and quick spring gate biners, Petzl's Ange L is light and perfect for reducing weight for climbing, especially for alpine applications. This standard-size biner's skinny gate has a MonoFil keylock that opens and closes smoothly and a nose with a hole in it that can be cleared of debris.

- Mountain Gear

Add sweetness to your already sweet rack with Petzl Ange L Ultra Lite Wire Gate Carabiner. Made from ultra-lightweight aluminum, this 34 gram biner is nothing short of ideal when it comes to reducing weight while climbing a route. Plus, Petzl's MonoFil Keylock ensures smoother opening and closing of the carabiner, plus a longer lifetime, giving you plenty of reason to keep on climbing.

- Altrec Outdoors

Petzl Ange L Carabiner FEATURES of the Petzl Ange L Carabiner The ANGE L carabiner is light (34 g): it is ideal for reducing weight when climbing. It is also useful in alpine conditions for those looking to maintain comfort and maximum strength while limiting their weight to a strict minimum Petzl's MonoFil Keylock ensures smoother opening and closing of the carabiner and a much longer lifetime compared to traditional wire gate carabiners. The wire gate is protected from lateral rubbing (against rock, etc) The unique H-profile allows an optimal size and strength-to-weight ratio The indent on the bottom of the ANGE S and ANGE L carabiners helps keep the STRING in place so that the sling is properly positioned on the carabiner The surfaces that come in contact with the rope and with the anchor are wider, favoring passage of the rope and reducing carabiner wear The nose of the carabiner has a hole that allows ice, snow or dirt to be cleared out The deflector works with the shape of the carabiner to allow proper positioning of the carabiner on its major axis Available in two colors

- Moosejaw