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Sterling Nylon Sewn Runners - 17mm

$5.95 - $9.95

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  • Silver, 12in
    $5.95
  • Black, 24in
    $6.95
  • Blue, 24in
    $6.95
  • Silver, 24in
    $6.95
  • Neon Green, 30in
    $7.95
  • Black, 48in
    $9.95
  • Red, 48in
    $9.95
  • Silver, 48in
    $9.95

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Nylon Sewn Runners

Pick up the Sterling 17mm Nylon Sewn Runners for building anchors, extending gear placements, or racking gear. These durable runners feature 11/16-inch nylon that cuts the bulk of traditional nylon slings while still providing a secure and strong connection. Computerized, precision bar tacking eliminates the need for knots that can slip or wear out over time.
  • Sewn webbing comes in handy on nearly any climb out there
  • Precisely programmed tack stitching ensures high quality
  • Available in different length as runners and slings
  • Item #STE0026

Material
nylon
Length
12in, 24in, 30in, 48in
Width
17mm
Recommended Use
climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Very Nice

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

These made a great addition to my climbing and rappelling needs.

>Rating: 5

Great

works well as an anchor. you can also get creative with other uses for it.

>Rating: 5

Perfect for anchors etc

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Bought some dedicated to my climbing rack. Very well made.

>Rating: 5

Soft yet strong

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

Bought the red 48s for whitewater tethers. Nice bright color and very handy for my purposes.

Bought
>Rating: 4

They're runners..

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Come on, what do you want to hear. These are nylon,, solid, dependable runners. Besides the width, every company makes and sells some. Find the color/width combo you like and go to town. 4 stars because nothing is worthy of 5. Lets be realistic here people. Be safe and climb on!

>Rating: 5

Use it as a make shift camera strap

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

And it works wonderfully! Why spend more than 20$ to have a camera strap when you can get a runner for under 10$.

>Rating: 5

Solid!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Great multi-use runners. I use them for a personal anchor, top rope anchors and gear slings. They're sturdy and reliable.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Sling

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought the 48" and it's been great! Perfect size a quick anchor. They have a great feel and are really sturdy.

>Rating: 5

it keeps me alive

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I used this as one of my personal anchor points and Im still here to write a review. Solid and sturdy.

>Rating: 5

Great sling that might save your life

I always carry a few extra slings on my harness and they come in handy more often than not. The 48" is great for clipping in to an anchor while setting up a rappel so you have enough room to move around.

>Rating: 5

Life Savers

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I got the 30" version of these and use them as personal anchors. When your life literally rests on a piece of equipment, it is nice to know it is not going to fail! These are super strong, and are a great value.

>Rating: 5

Versatile

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It'll hold you up and prevent you from falling to your demise. It also doubles as a make shift camera strap when in a pinch. 10/10.

>Rating: 5

An essential

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These are great for a bunch of uses. I like using the 30" for clipping into anchors and cleaning, and the 48" makes a great rappel setup. I also have the 24", but I think it's a bit too short for clipping into anchors. It really makes you to get your waist to the anchor, you're at a more comfortable distance with the 30".

>Rating: 5

Trust your life on these bad boys

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Another great product by Sterling. Super durable nylon keeps you locked in to clean a route or even assist you on those harshly located draws. Hard to say something bad about a product you trust your life with but just another great product by sterling. I prefer the 24 inch slings myself but a good mix helps for all situations. 12 inchers were a little to short for me but the 24's give me space to get all of my ducks in a row at the top of top routes. Get some today and be safe out there!

>Rating: 5

<3

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Love 'em. Use 'em for everything. Best nylon slings in the game.

>Rating: 5

Good Quality and Good Price

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I use these primarily to make alpine draws, along with some CAMP Photons. For that purpose and for general anchor building, they're hard to beat for the money.

>Rating: 5

Secure and safe

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

I bought to use as en emergency harness for backcountry touring. Light and durable construction. Would recommend this product to anyone who was interested.

>Rating: 5

Great sling

I bought this to use as an emergency rappel harness. Throw it in my pack when I'm going into big terrain and might need to bail off the objective but I don't want to haul my harness and other gear up. The wider width makes it slightly more comfortable on the legs and hips. Sterling makes a great product, this is no exception.

>Rating: 5

Excellent slings

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These double length (48") runners are my favorite sewn nylon slings. They’re useful when you want the dynamic properties of nylon versus the essentially static spectra or dyneema varieties of slings. I use these slings for a rappel extension by girth hitching it onto the belay loop of my harness and then tying an overhand knot in the middle of the sling. I put the belay device at the mid point with a locking biner and put another locking biner on the end of the sling for use as a personal anchor. I also use these double length slings as a ‘sliding x’ to connect pieces of an anchor. I like to carry these over the shoulder and across the body, clipped end to end with a non-locker. They don’t interfere with single length slings over my other shoulder and can be removed separately by unclipping the biner and pulling.

>Rating: 5

Great slings!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great quality and price. Use them for all kinds of purposes: belay anchor building, personal anchor, extensions, etc. A little bulky, but it doesn't bother me at all.

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What is the MBS?

23 KN

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How much does the 24 inch sling weigh?

The 24 inch sling is supposed to come in around 1.6 ounces

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what is length of this I'mlooking for a...

what is length of this I'mlooking for a 4ft. 1 inch thick

Well first of all, these aren't an inch wide. They're 11/16 of an inch wide, which is slightly under .75 inches. If you click the "Size" dropdown menu, you'll see that the red sling is four feet long as requested, so it's just a matter of how important the width is to you.

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I need the breaking strength of these

I need the breaking strength of these

Hey, Sterling says MBS of 5101 lbs (sewn loop).

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Are the length of runners measured as total...

Are the length of runners measured as total circumfrence or as length of folder loop (half that of circumfrence)

The runners are measured as the length of the folder loop. So total circumference would be double the length given.