Petzl Gradistep Etrier

 

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Lightweight 5-step etrier for aided sections on free climbs

The Gradistep is a 5-step etrier which folds into a storage pouch. Stiffened loops make it easier to place your feet. Designed for aid climbing and multi-pitch climbing the Gradistep is also good for mountaineering.

  • Integrated pouch for tangle-free racking and storage
  • Equipped with a String, which allows the carabiner to be held in the major axis position (the strongest) and protects the carabiner attachment loop from wear.

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