Petzl Cordex Belay Glove


RRP: £38.00
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Lightweight belay / rappel gloves

These lightweight belay/rappel gloves give the durability of a work glove with the precise fit and dexterity of a fine driving glove. Double-layered leather protects the palm and other high-wear areas such as the fingertips and the area between the thumb and index finger. The back is made of abrasion resistant, breathable stretch nylon, providing both comfort and fit. Low profile neoprene cuffs with Velcro closures feature a reinforced carabiner hole for attaching the gloves to a harness.

  • Ergonomic design provides high dexterity without being too tight
  • Made of high quality goat skin for durability and dexterity
  • Durable double layer of leather at high wear areas
  • Breathable stretch nylon backing for excellent fit and ventilation
  • Neoprene cuffs with Velcro closure
  • Carabiner hole allows gloves to be attached to harness


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Patagonia Sample Sale with all proceeds going to the Cam and Bear Fund for Adventure in memory of Up and Under and Patagonia staff member and friend Andrew Foster. Thursday 22nd February 2018 12:00-20:00. Providing huge savings on Patagonia Fall 2017 product and supporting a great charity.
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January saw us starting to get into the swing of things again. A little snow saw many of the team in the Beacons, as well as further afield with trips to the Peak District, Cheddar Gorge and Pembrokeshire all squeezed in. New Years day allowed few of us to get out (even if the weather wasn't great in South Wales) but a number were in still Snowdonia and elsewhere where it was a little nicer.
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