Metolius Rope Hook

Metolius Rope Hook
Metolius Rope Hook
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Rope Hook by Metolius
Remember the last time you were at a hanging belay' Gear everywhere, rope tangled around you in the classic aoespaghetti rope management system'a The Metolius Rope Hook could have solved your problem. The rope hook clips to your anchor wherever you want it and provides nice horseshoe shape to stack your rope in. It also clips shut to keep your rope from blowing around on windy days.

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SKU: MET0133
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