Petzl Footcord Adjustable Foot Loop

Petzl Footcord Adjustable Foot Loop
Petzl Footcord Adjustable Foot Loop
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Footcord Adjustable Foot Loop by Petzl
Designed to be used with a basic handled ascender, the Petzl Footcord Adjustable Foot Loop provides a place to stand while you ascending fixed lines. You can easily adjust the length of the Dyneema cord, and the adjustable elastic strap keeps your foot in the loop regardless of what type of shoe you're wearing.

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SKU: PTZ0360
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