Petzl Flex Linking Bars

Petzl Flex Linking Bars
Petzl Flex Linking Bars
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Flex Linking Bars by Petzl
Petzl's Flex Linking Bars make your crampons more flexible and comfortable for less technical, yet still slippery ascents. Simply replace the crampon's linking bar between the toe and heel pieces with this bar, and start trekking.

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SKU: PTZ004U
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