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CAMP USA Pro Belay Gloves


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    Mixing it up to your best advantage.

    The Camp Pro Belay Glove lets you enjoy the comfort of leather without worry thanks to rugged nylon reinforcements in high-wear areas. The glove's mesh back helps keep you comfortable when the temperatures climb, while the fingerless design offers maximum dexterity and touch.
    • Item #CMP0213

    Tech Specs

    leather, mesh, nylon
    Recommended Use
    belaying, rappeling, via ferrata
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    Prevents rope burn, lightweight

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Updated! It is July 2013. I purchased in March 2012. For the 2nd 6 months I didn't use it much because my gym doesn't allow gloves, and I got callouses so my hands aren't too sensitive.

    Has a velcro closure, open fingers... I have small hands and the XS fits good, now that my fingers are swollen from climbing. Has loops for attaching to a carabiner... and it is somewhat stretchy. After a while it conforms to your hand.

    It is really helpful when I have a heavy partner, thin ropes, when using a gri-gri (one hand brake) lowering, to prevent rope burn. It helps me lower faster. With an ATC I can lower w/o burns because I can use both hands, but with a gri-gri one hand has to use the release. Also great for long multi-pitch rappels.

    I also use this when I coil ropes, all that rope running motion sometimes abrades my hands. So I use it to butterfly coil ropes faster.

    Good stretch with leather at proper parts, to let the moisture to escape, and conform to your hand. Open fingers for dexterity.