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The latest generation of the unbeatable Mammut contact slings
A very strong Dyneema webbing combined with the innovative Contact stitching technique ensures optimum handing, even in the seam area of these lightweight, high-end slings
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Rated 4 out of
Lightweight but expensiveThe low weight is good for long approaches, and small racking size gives you less clutter on your harness (triple them up to make alpine draws).,,There is a longer "cordalette" version of this that I'm not sold on yet. In case of a factor-two fall on the belay, the super static properties of the dyneema will increase the forces on your placements. For single and double slings though, this is not a problem because there should be plenty of dynamic rope out.,,Also, these don't last as long as nylon slings. Mammut says they are designed for alpine use and that you should retire them after only a few years of moderate to heavy use. But for the alpine they are hard to beat.
Date published: 2013-05-07
Rated 5 out of
Life changing goodnessIn case you live in a cave, dyneema slings are about the best thing going for alpine runners. Incredibly light, very small racking, and they dont soak up water like nylon. ,,,,These wont be a durable for cragging use, but they cant be beat in the mountains. We use these skinny slings for all shoulder length (60cm) runners and then a handful of good ol' nylon slings for 48" runners if needed.,,,,The racking size alone is worth every penny.,,,,
Date published: 2012-10-08
Rated 5 out of
Great SlingI just bought one of these to try it out, and I am very impressed. It's very thin (8mm), but this doesn't bother me at all. What I really like about this sling is the unique way it joins the 2 ends. They join it so that there is nothing to be caught on gear and so on. All other slings have an overlap where the two ends are joined. This easily gets caught on anything and everything. This feature is very much appreciated.
Date published: 2014-01-15
Rated 3 out of
Dynee... mehI'm a climber, but nylon's my fiber of choice, not dyneema. I've seen too many videos where a knotted dyneema sling fails on factor 2 falls. Not to mention that we sawed through it with a rope in approximately 30 seconds. Since I'm not an alpinist I'm not too worried about freezing slings, but I needed this for my BD ATC Guide's auto-block release hole.
Date published: 2013-12-14
Rated 4 out of
Light and Low ProfileReally nice for making alpine draws, or in those instances where you need to extend a runner and a regular 2 foot sling is too long. The slim stitching gives it a low profile when racked, and its very light. A little lacking in the durability department, but that's to be expected from such a thin sling
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of
thin as a shoe lace, but strongfirst time I used this I was a bit scared, but i now feel so comfortable with it. easy to build bomber anchors.
Date published: 2014-11-05
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