Metolius PAS 22 - Personal Anchor System

 

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Belay daisy chain and anchor equalizer

The Metolius PAS 22 Personal anchor system is made with double-wrapped 11mm Monster webbing. Each loop is individually sewn and rated to 22kN meaning no nasty surprises if you load it incorrectly like some daisy chains.  It is safer, more convenient and more adjustable than using more conventional slings, quickdraws, or daisy chains at the anchor and can also be used to equalize anchors.
If you climb single pitch routes and need to set up top anchors quickly, or like to lead multi-pitch routes in blocks then this great bit of kit could make your life much easier.

  • Weight: 93.5g
  • Strength: 22kN
  • Length: 96.5cm

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