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The Petzl Cordex Belay and Rappel Gloves protect your hands when rock and ice climbing. These leather gloves stand up to the worst abuses from rope burn and crag hazards.
- Mountain Gear
Petzl Climb Cordex Plus Belay Glove - Black L K53LN. Double-layer leather and padding protect the palm from heat generated during long rappels or lowers. Fingertips and other high-wear areas are reinforced for increased durability. The back is made of leather with abrasion-resistant stretch nylon at key flex areas. The low profile neoprene cuff with Velcro closure features a reinforced carabiner hole for attaching the gloves to your harness.
One pitch, two pitch, three pitch, four--however many belay stations or rappels you find yourself counting down, know you can count on the paramount protection and performance of the Petzl Cordex Plus Belay/Rappel Glove. Crafted to withstand wear without compromising on dexterity, these gloves are equipped with an abrasion-resistant nylon back and a padded, double-layer goatskin leather palm. The fingertips and other high-wear areas get similar attention in the form of reinforcing materials specifically designed to increase longevity. The glove's neoprene hook-and-loop closure features a carabiner hole, so you can clip these phalange-savers to your harness when they're not in-use.
The Petzl Cordex Plus Belay Gloves are a strong and durable tool for aid climbing, long belay sessions, or marathon rappels. They are easily clipped onto your harness or rack through sewn loops on the cuffs. 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 Palm is padded to protect from heat generated from long rappels or lowers Back is made of leather with abrasion-resistant stretch nylon at key flex areas Durable double later of leather at high wear areas Low profile neoprene cuffs with Velcro closure Carabiner hole to attach gloves to harness
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