Metolius Gizmo Belay Ledge

Metolius Gizmo Belay Ledge
Metolius Gizmo Belay Ledge
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Gizmo Belay Ledge by Metolius
Modeled after larger sleeping portaledges, the Metolius Gizmo Belay Ledge exchanges that cramped hanging belay for a roomy, comfortable place to pay out slack. Whether you're doing a single-push wall or your partner is having another epic on the super proj, the Gizmo's tough yet compact design will have you keeping your buddy safe rather than thinking about your cramping calves.

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SKU: MET0293
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