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Spinner Leash

$49.95 USD


Item# BD4111470000ALL1
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For hard, technical alpine climbing where you want to climb leashless but can't risk dropping a tool, the Black Diamond Spinner Leash provides a simple and secure solution. This lightweight elastic tether system stretches for maximum reach and the steel mini-clips keep your tools securely connected to your harness. A built-in swivel ensures tangle-free climbing.

  • Proprietary elastic webbing stretches for maximum reach and absorbs less water than nylon
  • Steel mini-clip attaches to the tool’s spike or head
  • Built-in swivel ensures tangle-free use
  • Rated to 2 kN

Tech Specs

Weight :   120 g (4 oz)
Strength :   2 kN (450 lbf)

Recommended Use



BD athlete Josh Wharton making the first ascent of Two Dragons (M7) in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

BD athlete Kyle Dempster makes first ascent of Mount Edgar's east face—PART TWO


Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Keeps you connected without being noticed. Ice climbing is equipment intensive, pairing down where you can. I've made the spinner leash part of my climbing family... Wally. February 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saved my tools! I got this in the mail the day before I left for my first ice climbing trip to Hyalite. I led WI3 and WI4 the first day and dropped one tool...thank you spinner leash. We climbed a multi-pitch climb the second day (The Dribbles-great climb!) and I dropped another tool half way up the route...thank you AGAIN spinner. I was already having a bad day (see photo). I was pumped on day three leading the WI4 at Ousel Falls by big sky and thought that I would either drop the tool or fall flat off the flow when a section of ice the size of my kitchen table dinner plated...not that the spinner is rated for a fall but I had one tool buried SOLID outside the plating and I have to admit, I was glad that I had that spinner leash on. I'm very happy that I got into the Umbilical early and I think that I will continue to use it when appropriate. February 3, 2014
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