Petzl Barrette Linking Bars

Petzl Barrette Linking Bars
Petzl Barrette Linking Bars
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Barrette Linking Bars by Petzl
Link your crampon's broken toe and heel pieces together with Petzl's Barrette Linking Bars and get back to your mountaineering adventures.

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SKU: PTZ004T
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