Metolius 5 Step Aiders


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One of the best aiding ladders on the market.

The Metolius 5 Step Aider is made from 25mm flat nylon webbing that is reinforced with Biothane (the stuff good haulbags are made from) to stiffen the steps ensuring they always stay open - for easy foot placement. The Aider has a classic, staggered, triangular step construction with useful sub-steps in the 2 top steps.

This 5 Step Aider is tough, durable and functional with a reinforced clip-in point, full-strength grab loop and a dedicated clip-in point at the bottom for enchaining aiders without collapsing the bottom step.


  • Overall length: 72" (1829 mm)
  • Step spacing: 14" (356 mm)
  • Weight: 10 oz. (284 g)
  • Strength:
  • >End-to-end: 18 kN
  • >Grab loop: 22 kN
  • >Steps: 4.4 kN


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