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Petzl Pur'Anneau Sling

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    Pur'Anneau Sling

    Petzl's Pur'Anneau Sling forgoes the usual construction of climbing slings with an innovative polyethylene for a lighter weight, stronger durability, and suppler feel. Its stitching is pure nylon, and Petzl color-coded each length for easy identification when you're saving the longest sling for the anchor and want to extend your placements with a shorter sling.
    • Light, thin sling for climbing anchors and extending placements
    • Polyethylene construction is light, supple, and durable
    • Available in three lengths with color-coded stitching
    • Item #PTZ006F

    Material
    [sling] 100% polyethylene, [stitching] 100% nylon
    Length
    60cm, 120cm, 180cm
    Strength
    22kN
    Claimed Weight
    [60cm] 0.63oz, [120cm] 1.13oz, [180cm] 1.69oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    >Rating: 5

    Really nice slings

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    Very supple, knots and unknots a bit easier than other materials. The slippery fabric makes it easy to pull in a directional anchor or when racking as alpine draws. These features make them nice for the double and triple sizes, I don't think the price is warranted for the singles.

    >Rating: 5

    slingin

    Familiarity:
    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Great 120 slings. These and the Camps are all I use

    >Rating: 5

    Petzl slings = bomber

    Familiarity:
    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I only use the Petzl & Camp slings. Nice and smooth. Reliable. Enough said.

    >Rating:

    How wide are these slings? 10cm? Still doing more reading up, but how does this material compare to dyneema, any real drawbacks or compromises? Thanks!