Petzl Cordex Plus Belay Glove

 

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Mid-weight belay/rappel gloves

The Cordex Plus gloves are medium weight belay/rappel gloves give extra protection without sacrificing dexterity. A durable double-layer of leather and padding protect the palm from heat generated during long rappels or lowers. Fingertips and other high-wear areas are reinforced for further durability. The back of the gloves are made of leather with abrasion-resistant stretch nylon at vital flex areas. The low profile neoprene cuff seals with a Velcro closure and features a carabiner hole for attaching the gloves to your harness.

  • Ergonomic design provide high dexterity without being too tight
  • Made of high quality goat skin for both durability and dexterity
  • Padded palm protects against heat generated from long rappels or lowers
  • Leather backing with abrasion-resistant stretch nylon at key flex areas
  • Durable double layer of leather at high wear areas
  • Neoprene cuffs with Velcro closure
  • Carabiner hole to attach the gloves to a harness

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