Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling

Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling
Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling
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Chain Reactor Canyon Sling by Sterling
Out with your old, tired slings and in with the new Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling. Whether you're rigged in to belay a heavier climber or just scrambling around up top setting up anchors, this sling is force-rated to over 25. 3 kN so you can feel good about clipping in.

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SKU: STE0053
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