Edelweiss 7mm Dyneema Sling

Edelweiss 7mm Dyneema Sling
Edelweiss 7mm Dyneema Sling
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7mm Dyneema Sling by Edelweiss
The 7mm Dyneema Sling is the skinniest and lightest that Edelweiss has to offer, and it's excellent for alpine approaches, climbing anchors, and extending trad gear. Despite its skinny 7mm width, this sling boasts a burly strength of 22kN for a reliable fall rating. Each length comes in unique colors for easier identification on the climb.

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SKU: EDL001H
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