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Petzl Pur'Anneau Sling

$12.95 - $24.95

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  • One Color, 60cm
  • One Color, 120cm
  • One Color, 180cm

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

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

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Best Slings

I've put it through the wringer

Light, durable, and the knots are easy to untie. I use a 120 to extend my rappel all the time, and that overhand knot comes right out.

>Rating: 5

Really nice slings

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

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


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

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

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


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!