Metolius Belay Slave Glove

Metolius Belay Slave Glove
Metolius Belay Slave Glove
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Belay Slave Glove by Metolius
You should be honored that all of your buddies prefer you to belay them. But you can't really blame them, since the rest of your friends either short-rope or stop paying attention when you're cruxing. Another misfortune of being the best belayer in the climbing crew is that your hands end up black and raw without the Metolius Belay Slave Glove.

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SKU: MET004F
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