Sterling Tech Tape Web Wheel

Sterling Tech Tape Web Wheel
Sterling Tech Tape Web Wheel
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Tech Tape Web Wheel by Sterling
The Sterling Tech Tape Web Wheel features 30 feet of smooth and strong Tech Tape webbing so you can sew some slings at home or build an anchor system while you climb.

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SKU: STE000I
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