Metolius 18mm Open Nylon Sling

Metolius 18mm Open Nylon Sling
Metolius 18mm Open Nylon Sling
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18mm Open Nylon Sling by Metolius
The Metolius 18mm Open Nylon Sling is the type of sling you can rely on season after season whether you're cragging or anchor-building.

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SKU: MET0335
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