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Sterling Dyneema Sewn Runners - 12mm

$7.95 - $18.95

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  • Blue, 10in
    $7.95
  • Black, 24in
    $10.95
  • Blue, 30in
    $15.95
  • Black, 48in
    $18.95
  • Blue, 48in
    $18.95
  • Orange, 24in
    $10.95

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Dyneema Sewn Runners

Cut weight on long, difficult climbs with the Sterling 12mm Dyneema Sewn Runners. These lightweight slings features a thin yet super-strong construction that makes them ideal for demanding alpine climbs and the rigors of trad climbing. The light, moisture-resistant material keeps you safe, whether you’re building anchors or extending gear placements.

  • Dyneema runner sewn for trad climbing
  • Dyneema is extremely strong, slim, packable, and moisture-repellence
  • Available lengths fashioned for alpine draws, anchors, and more
  • Item #STE0027

Material
dyneema
Length
10in, 24in, 30in, 48in
Width
12mm
Recommended Use
climbing, building anchors
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Great!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These are great multi purpose runners. I use them for light anchors to top rope anchors that will be used all day. they dont really wear out.

>Rating: 4

Gym System

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

We picked up a few of these for our home gym to attach pulleys to, and to that end they work great. Small and light, but definitely durable. I can't say that we've subjected them to the outside elements, but I'm sure they'd hold up no problem there too. All in all, great little runners!

>Rating: 5

As intended.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These work great; I've used them in all of my alpine draws. They're substantial and light.

>Rating: 5

Works as Intended

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

Great product that holds up to advertised standards and quality. Fabric isn't stiff so it makes for a great alpine sling. Two thumbs up.

>Rating: 5

Works

Lightweight, durable runner. Does the job.

>Rating: 5

Perfect for Alpine Draws

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These guys are ideal for alpine draws. Different colors for each length means that you can quickly extend gear placements to the desired length with minimal fiddling. Dyneema is highly water resistant as well which makes these ideal for ice climbing and alpine routes especially in low temperatures when runners freezing becomes a serious concern.

>Rating: 4

Burly and Sturdy Sling

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These are great! I use them primarily for my alpine draws, but they're good for everything. They've got the strength and durability of Dyneema, but with the ease of use and somewhat dynamic properties of nylon. Great anchor slings; the extra thickness compared to some thinner slings makes them feel very solid and sturdy. They're a little bit bulkier on the harness, but not nearly as bulky as nylon would be, and they seem to soften up a bit after some use. Don't hesitate to buy these!

>Rating: 4

The Funner Runner

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

These are stellar for alpine draws. My partner likes to use cheap nylon slings but the extra weight and space you save with these guys is worth the splurge. Get the black ones to make your pretty biners look extra dapper.

>Rating: 5

Great addition!!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I use these for my safety pieces!! I really like them, they are a little thick and sometimes hard to use on my harness but i love the feel of the runner it is really thick and sturdy, it is a great price for a great piece, i would highly recommend this gear

>Rating: 4

Great slings

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Primarily use these slings to make alpine draws. Super durable, lightweight, and easy to extend while clipping in!

>Rating: 3

Rack organization

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Honestly, i have never used these climbing but they are the best size to just keep my trad and sport racks slung together and organized.

>Rating: 5

Couldn't ask for more

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

These are great and durable slings. I have used the 24in as a runner and used a pair of the 30in slings to make anchors. I have felt very comfortable when using them, will buy again.

>Rating: 5

Best damn slings

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

First of all they look and feel so good. I have some of the blue 10 inch and some of the orange shoulder lengths (24in). The colors are bright. And the dyneema Is slick and thick! I have some thinner dyneema/dynex slings but I always end up grabbing these first. The 10 inch size is great I paired them with some Madrock ultra light wire gates. And I don't even have to triple string them which makes it just as convenient as a sport draw but just the right size for pieces that just need a little extension. And the shoulder lengths are around the same length when triple strung so it's nice to have a few of those for things that need a little extra extension

>Rating: 5

Great Sling

These slings perform really well. They are not very slippery and they have a great feel to them. They sit super well in alpine draws and extended and altogether perform exactly as a good sling should.

>Rating: 5

Indispensable

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Whether you're building alpine draws, racking gear or anchoring in, Dyneema Sewn Runners have so many uses on the rock. I picked up a couple 24" slings to add to the wall-o-runners in my gear room (read house), which I generally use for racking cams over the shoulder.

>Rating: 4

Trad

Indispensable in my climbing, recommended!

>Rating: 5

The best

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

They're awesome , hold up to my falls and I fall a lot. I buy a lot of these because sometimes I break my leg and out of anger I kick 7 of them down 2,000 vert feet into drigs Idaho instead of slinging them over my shoulder like a reasonable person would. Great for alpine and trad climbing.

>Rating: 4

Good stuff

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I use these for v threads when ice climbing mostly. they are just small enough that it is quite easy to pull them through. quite happy with the quality so far.

>Rating: 5

Trust 'em!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These are my go-to for fun trad adventures, and would work fine if you need a long draw for sport stuff too.

>Rating: 4

Good Runners!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Nice and light, good color, durable. They are rated at 22kN, which happens to be the same as the other narrower runners.... so future purchases will be of the narrower variety to save on bulk.

>Rating:

How is the length of sewn runners measured? Is...

How is the length of sewn runners measured? Is it the full diameter or is it half the diameter (as when the loop is closed and pulled straight)?

Hey Ed B., Thanks for your question. The lengths listed in the drop down menu are the drop lengths. The overall length of the runner and not the full circumference measurement. I hope this helps.