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Rather than messing with a tangle of webbing and carabiners, reach for your Metolius Equalizer Sling with Pocket and make building anchors a snap. The added convenience of a storage and transportation pocket with a harness loop keeps your go-to gear nearby for quick, easy, and safe anchor building.
  • Reinforced end loops provide additional, full-strength clipping points
  • Nylon webbing sheds water to avoid taking on extra weight
  • Weighs just over five ounces so it won't bog down your rack or pack

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How does this work exactly? If I have two...

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How does this work exactly? If I have two bolts, I create my anchor, leaving the third runner hanging? And what if one bolt is lower than the other, is that going to put disproportionate weight on one end of this?

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The equalizer sling is just a length of webbing with a small loop at each end. You can tie it as shown in the photo, which lets you connect to three pieces of gear, or in other arrangements.

Here's a link to the manual: http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/pdf/equalizer-instructions.pdf

If you just want to make an anchor with two bolts (for example, at the top of a sport route), a double-length sling is a cheaper and more versatile way to go. I attached a photo of my usual setup.

The equalizer sling is just a length of webbing with a small loop at each end. You can tie it as shown in the photo, which lets you connect to three pieces of gear, or in other arrangements. <br/>  <br/> Here's a link to the manual: http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/pdf/equalizer-instructions.pdf <br/>  <br/> If you just want to make an anchor with two bolts (for example, at the top of a sport route), a double-length sling is a cheaper and more versatile way to go. I attached a photo of my usual setup.

Does it include the 3 locking caribiners...

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Does it include the 3 locking caribiners for that price?