Petzl Express Sling with String

 

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The Petzl Express Sling connects two carabiners together to make a quick-draw. Made of thick, durable material, the Express Sling is comfortable and easy to grab when on the wall, as many other quick-draws are narrower making them harder to grab and pull on. The "string" at the bottom of the sling secures a carabiner on the bottom and ensures it doesn't move and flail around- making clipping a rope into it easy. Extremely durable, Petzl say it (the sling and string) last much longer than normal quick draws, though will inevitably eventually need replacing. Definitely the way to go for sport and trad climbers.

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