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Aramid 6mm Sling

P1451Z4670
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$8.70
$12.40

Edelird Aramid sewn slings have a greater breaking strength than conventional slings (22kN). The Aramid construction makes these slings stiff but they can easily be bent and they will hold that shape making them ideal for threads. The 30cm version is a little softer and has a soft braiding because its intended use is as a Prusik sling.

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Edelird Aramid sewn slings have a greater breaking strength than conventional slings (22kN). The Aramid construction makes these slings stiff but they can easily be bent and they will hold that shape making them ideal for threads. The 30cm version is a little softer and has a soft braiding because its intended use is as a Prusik sling.

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Based on 9 ratings
4.67

Product reviews (3)

Tihomir Tenev
Tihomir Tenev
Sep 16, 2017

I don't expect exactly that, but I like them.
It is good to know that the different lengths of Edelridge Aramid Slings are of different colors.

JGW Williams
JGW Williams
Apr 25, 2017

A great piece of kit, these will go where no other sling will go. Because the Aramid is smooth they don't catch when threading sharp limestone and can be bent to go around corners. I prefer the 60cm length.

Due to the stiffness they need to be worn over the shoulder as they don't rack well.

The 30cm is much to short for a prussik, not sure what Edelrid where thinking with that one?

Becky Inch
Becky Inch
Nov 05, 2015

Excellent product, stays on my shoulders when slung round me much better than other slings (I'm fairly small so slings tend to slip off my shoulders)

The ability to bend them and prod them through threads is brilliant and lassoing those far away spikes are no longer a problem!

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