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Rated 5 out of
Strong, Durable, LightMammut Contact Slings are strong, durable and light. I've been using them for 4 years for a lot of trad rock and ice climbing (>300 pitches last year). During that time, I've only had to replace 3 out of 15 due to excess wear (I play it very safe with gear). They rack well and don't tangle. My only gripe is that I get a bit confused by the color scheme and sizing. I wish the industry would come up with a standard way to describe a sling. Is 120cm the total length of the material (i.e., if it weren't sewn end-to-end) or is it half the length of the material because it is sewn in a loop???
Date published: 2014-03-27
Rated 5 out of
Andrew S from
Best slings on the market.I just bought these recently however I have been buying these for years.There are tons of different brands of 8mm dynema slings out there but mammuts are by far the best. All other slings I have owned have begun to fray at the bar tacks. The mammut sling looks brand new because of the way they are sewn together. One end of the tubular webbing is opened and the other end is stuffed inside of the opening. Then the bar tacks are added and the mammut tag is sewn on. This completely encloses the ends of the sling on each side of the bar tacks and keeps them from catching on things. Not only does this keep them from fraying like other slings but makes them the smoothest slings for alpine draws. Simply the BEST sling out there!
Date published: 2015-12-22
Rated 5 out of
Good thin runnerI use this runner for 90% of my alpine draws. Its light and has pretty smooth handling. There is a sheath around the stitching that allows biners to rotate freely on the sling and not get hung up.,,,,The only small complaint I have is that the stitching section of the sling is longer than the Black Diamond runners, so you have to fiddle with the sling a bit more (comparatively) when racking it as an alpine draw to get it to sit right. Minor issue though. These are great runners
Date published: 2015-02-13
Rated 4 out of
Light Weight and not bulkyKeep coming back to buying these, nice to keep a bunch of these for alpines though I prefer nylon for double lengths as I can tie knots/weight/remove knots easier for simple anchors where I dont want to break out a cord.