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When the Petzl Express Quickdraw Sling is paired with a couple of Spirit biners, you end up with the finest quickdraw money can buy. The sling's wide ergonomic shape gives you a secure grip when you're working a project, and the rubber grommet at the clipping end keeps the bottom biner properly aligned.

  • Ergonomic shape provides a secure grip when you're working a route
  • Rubber String grommet at the clipping end keeps the bottom biner properly aligned
  • Available in 12cm, 17cm, and 25cm lengths

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Great piece to have!

    I bought 2 of the long ones to make custom draws and they are oh so nice. When you want to reduce drag or can't need a draw to hang below a ledge but don't need the full extension of an alpine draw then grab one of these. They are nice and stiff and the stoppers on the end don't allow any movement on the rope end biner. They pair really nice with djinn carabiners. Go get some!


    A tried and true design ruined

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    These were by far the best dog-bones on the market for many years, but the recent redesign ('s been more than a year now) was bad. These bones are way too the point of actually creating a hazard (cases have occurred where the stiffness contributed to draws unclipping from bolts) and the medium and long draws fail to do the primary purpose of longer draws (allow movement to reduce rope drag). The old versions were much more pliable and were not stitched vertically for their full length. Petzl needs to go back to the old design.


    Removable rubber grommets for the people

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I'm a bit of a dirtbag at times. I take my draws apart, use the rope end biners for trad draws, put em back together in weird configurations, and try every biner on the market in the hopes that it will make me a stronger sport climber (it won't.)

    Cannibalizing/customizing your draws is kind of tricky with some of the other rope-end retention systems on the market. BD/WC/Metolius uses a sewn-in rubber sleeve that might actually be made out of laughy-taffy. Camp uses, well, nothing at all. The geniuses over at Petzl have designed a little rubber cap that slips over the biner and the dogbone, so it's easy to remove. You can even buy them separately should you lose one.

    This is a god-send for a carabiner-poor climber such as myself.

    Add to that the beefiest nylon dogbone known to man, and you've got an extra 6" reach for making that spicy clip. Feel free to leave them on your project, with all that beef it's gonna take a long time for mother nature to do any significant damage. I promise I won't steal them and send your project.

    I recommend all sport climbers to pick up a dozen of these in various sizes and upgrade ya dogbone game.

    Cons: Grey color let's everyone know you haven't had them for more than a year. Heavier than free-soloing.


    The best

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    They make up most of my rack anymore


    Favorite Draw Sling

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    This is my favorite draw string out there. Very stiff making it easy to control when clipping to a bolt or clipping in your rope.


    New vs. old.

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Bar tacking is different and they've thinned the body out a bit. Still just as stiff

    New vs. old.

    Best slings out there

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I love these slings. I own both the older green and black version, as well as the newer grey and orange ones. They seem about the same as far as functionality goes, the shape is a bit different, it looks like Petzl has attempted to shave a little weight off by narrowing part of the newer sling. However torsional rigidity is the same for both, they look and feel like the same high quality slings that Petzl has always made. I prefer these over the thin dyneema slings, and even a little bit over the BD VariWidth Dogbones. Those are nice, but I like the way the rope-side biner is secured to the draw on the Petzl more. Also, the Petzl material feels a bit more tightly woven and confidence inspiring.


    Love these dogbones

      I used to use other quickdraw slings that would twist while climbing, but with these dogbones, they always lay flat and never twist. I have since upgraded all of my quickdraw slings to these.