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Petzl Finesse Sling

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    • Blue/White, 17cm
      $7.95
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      $6.95
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    Make safety a priority and replace your worn-out slings.

    Whether you’re looking to replace the worn-out slings on your quickdraws or build a new set with your spare carabiners, the Petzl Finesse Sling is a great way to get yourself back on the rock or ice. To protect the webbing from abrasion and keep the carabiner in position, the Finesse comes with String S webbing protection on the rope-end carabiner. And at just a quarter ounce (for the 10cm length sling) and a strength rating of 22kN, the Finesse combines tremendous power and exceptional weight savings.
    • Item #PTZ0287

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Dyneema
    Length
    10cm, 17cm
    Strength
    22kN
    Claimed Weight
    [10cm] 7g, [17cm] 10g
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    Great Fit

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I purchased five of these to replace the dog bones on my sport rack. They fit great with little Carabiner and large ones. They are a perfect replacement for my ultra light dog bones.

    Great Dogbone

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Well, if you've ever used the Petzl Ange quickdraw, you know how awesome the carabiners and slings are. This is a basic piece and in time as I have to replace old dog bones, I will be buying many more due to their light weight, great price, and ease of use while clipping.

    Recommendable one

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Straight to the point. Bought five of them. If you are looking for some light and powerfull sling I recommend you this. Just for the record on: the carabiner that goes to the rope they are nicely tight, you probable won't be able to put other thing than djinn or spirit from petzl... on the other side I put my WC Helium carabiner that has the best clipping I ever see. I feel my gear loves me and I love my gear.

    Favorite Lightweight Dogbones

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    While they are a bit more expensive than other dogbones, I think they are worth it for the weight savings. Yeah it's not much in the grand scheme of things, but there's something sexy about going light minimal.

    As far as quality, these are top notch. Dyneema, stiching, and rubber keeper are all good to go.

    If you're looking for lightweight dogbones to complete your custom draws, get these.

    Contact me directly with other questions such as:

    - What gear do I need to start sport climbing?
    - What lightweight carabiners do you recommend?
    - What's your favorite rope?

    Ben

    Spares?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Your car has a spare, so you should too! I got one of each size. I use the same biners that go in this sling/dogbone. This is helpful if I need to make a few extra quick draws. Or if one of my existing QD's gets roughed up, I can replace the sling.

    Spares?
    Unanswered Question

    Will these fit Wild Country Helium II carabiners? WC Helium biners have a thick nose, so I am wondering if it will fit through the bottom rubber piece.

    When will you guys have these back in...

    When will you guys have these back in stock? I'm trying to get 10 of them to replace my old dogbones, but everywhere I look they're out of stock.

    They are currently in stock, with the Blue/White color available in 17cm lengths and the Orange/White color available in 10cm lengths.

    Hope you receive this, as I notice this was posted some time ago and no one ever answered.