Petzl Cordex Belay Gloves
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These lightweight belay/rappel gloves combine the durability of a work glove with the precise fit and dexterity of a fine driving glove. Double-layered leather protects the palm and other high-wear areas. The back is made of abrasion resistant, breathable stretch nylon, ensuring comfort and fit. The low profile neoprene cuff with Velcro closure features a reinforced carabiner hole for attaching the gloves to your harness.
The Petzl Cordex Belay Glove is lightweight and durable for rappelling and belaying. Goat skin palms coupled with breathable nylon backs ensure they will survive more than one season. A loop in the cuffs simplifies storage. Ergonomic cut for high dexterity High quality goat skin for the perfect balance between durability and dexterity Durable double layer of leather at high wear areas Back made of breathable stretch nylon Low profile neoprene cuffs with Velcro closure Carabiner hole to attach gloves to harness
Petzl(R) Cordex gloves allow maximum dexterity while keeping your hands protected during belaying, rappelling, aid climbing and other activities. Durable, double-layer goat leather protects palms, fingertips and the crotches between thumbs and index fingers. Stretchy, abrasion-resistant mesh backs enhance fit and breathability for comfort. Neoprene cuffs, with hook-and-loop wrap closures, secure gloves around wrists. Reinforced carabiner holes at cuffs let you clip gloves to a harness or stored them on a belt. Articulated, anatomic cut provides natural fit. With the durability of work glove and dexterity of driving glove, the Cordex can be used for all types of rope work.
Save your hands from nasty rope burn and grimy dirt with the Petzl Cordex Belay/Rappel Glove. This double-layer leather glove features a breathable stretch nylon back for moisture control on sweltering crag days, and an ergonomic cut for full dexterity when feeding rope. The hook-and-loop neoprene cuff features a carabiner hole, so you can attach the Cordex to your harness after your buddy finishes flailing on his project.