Edelrid Aramid Cord Sling

Edelrid Aramid Cord Sling
Edelrid Aramid Cord Sling
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Aramid Cord Sling by Edelrid
Edelrid's Aramid Cord Sling stands out among all other climbing slings with its tubular look, but that's not all. Its high-strength aramid construction delivers a higher breaking strength than standard slings, and it has a stiffer feel for threading anchors and climbing gear.

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SKU: ELR0051
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