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Petzl Fin'Anneau Sling

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Use the Petzl Fin'Anneau Slings when you need to shave weight.

The Petzl Fin'Anneau Sling's thin 8mm diameter reduces bulk on long routes where you need to carry a dozen or more. Their low weight allows you to bring a few extra to reduce rope drag on those meandering pitches. Thanks to Dyneema material, the Petzl Fin'Anneau Sling soaks up very little moisture, so you can take them into the mountains without risk of their becoming popsicles at the worst possible time.
  • Item #PTZ0080

Tech Specs

Material
Dyneema
Strength
22 kN
Claimed Weight
[60] 18 g, [120] 33 g, [180] 49 g
Recommended Use
anchor, belay, protection
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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I love These Slings!

    I use these for climbing, canyoneering, and rope ascending and the work great! They are so much smaller and lighter than the old nylon slings. They cost a little bit more, but it's worth it! I would recommend these to everyone!

    Good, but go Mammut if have option

      I thought I'd just buy this one to see if I was missing out with all my 8mm Mammut Dyneema Contact Slings. I'm not. This is more expensive and the weave is more apt for snagging, and the biggest drawback is the sewn connection. It's big and stiff and has no cover like the Mammut,which makes racking more difficult. The Mammut essentially feels like a smooth continuous loop. Other than that, it's the closest thing to the Mammut I've seen and is a close second.

      Not So Durable

        I bought two of these slings (30 cm) alongside two wild country dyneema slings, and these have worn noticeably faster. lots of fuzzing and stretching as compared with the WC slings, and after less than a year and only about 70 pitches they need to be replaced. i also have a BD dynex 60 cm that's wearing much more gradually.

        The 180 Is Fantastic

          I have the 180cm version. I use it once in a while as a REEEEEALLY long sling, but more often as a lightweight cord substitute. It knots/unknots easily and is less bulky than cord. It's not ideal for adventure climbing where you might need to cut up your cord in an emergency, but is perfect for cragging.