Petzl Cordex Belay/Rappel Glove

Petzl Cordex Belay/Rappel Glove
Petzl Cordex Belay/Rappel Glove
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Cordex Belay/Rappel Glove by Petzl
Save your hands from nasty rope burn and grimy dirt with the Petzl Cordex Belay/Rappel Glove. This double-layer leather glove features a breathable stretch nylon back for moisture control on sweltering crag days, and an ergonomic cut for full dexterity when feeding rope. The hook-and-loop neoprene cuff features a carabiner hole, so you can attach the Cordex to your harness after your buddy finishes flailing on his project.

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SKU: PTZ0224
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