Padded Gear Sling
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To organize your rack and take weight off your harness, the anatomically-shaped Padded Gear Sling slides over a shoulder and adjusts with a buckle.
- Adjustable webbing for partner changeover
- Fleece lining provides comfort and wicks away moisture
BD athlete Josh Wharton making the first ascent of Two Dragons (M7) in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
BD athletes Sonnie Trotter and Tommy Caldwell free climb first ascent of The Shining (IV 5.13+) in the Canadian Rockies
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eric great for cleaning and passing no bells or whistles, (like nut tool), easy to clip gear to and pass on to next person. also easy to organize all the anchor stuff for a top-rope and place in top of bag to pull out at cliff. Have never used this for a sling. Will hold a lot, and easy to pull to chest to grab stuff or push to back out of the way as needed. Only wish they offered in green. Also, does not dry out easily, like in rain or waterfall. December 31, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Patrick No frills This is about as simple as a gear sling can be. Its features are: - More comfortable than a sewn sling - Doubles as sewn sling in a pinch For the money, it is comfortable and a solid buy. It is a nice step up from a regular sewn sling. If you have a small rack, it will do the job. However, if you carry much gear there are many nicer gear slings that have organizational features and greater comfort for heavy racks. December 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Steve Handy for organizing your rack I found that I use this piece more and more. It's nice because you can sort of push it towards your back out of the way when needed. Takes a lot of weight off your hips. After 7 years mine started to fray a bit, but come on, 7 years. Still works like it should. November 12, 2013
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