Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw

Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw
Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw
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Djinn Axess Quickdraw by Petzl
The Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw eases beginning climbers into lead climbing with its simple, durable, and reliable structure. While the upper Djinn carabiner has a straight gate to facilitate clipping bolts, the lower Djinn carbiner has a bent gate in order to help you efficiently clip your rope so you can quickly climb on. Both carabiners have a wide contact surface for better rope glide and reduced wear, and the keylock system prevents snagging for easy cleaning. The Axess dogbone has polyester webbing that remains stiff in order to help you clip, and the String insert on the end prevents the sling from moving around when you clip it. The shorter draws (12cm) provide stable use on straightforward routes, and the longer ones (17cm) work well for reducing rope drag when you start heading up routes that meander.

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SKU: PTZ001A
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