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The Crash Belt by Metolius is a great thing, especially if you need to keep your pants up. If you wear the Crash Belt while climbing, or around people that can recognize Metolius as the true leaders of the Rock Climbing industry that they are, you'll have uber style points. The Crash Belt is call this because, well I am not sure, The Crash belt may have something to do with the Crash Pad. It must be that. Thanks Metolius!
FEATURES of the Metolius Crash Belt
Our innovative, aluminum crash pad buckle paired with 100% Recycled Webbing
Patterns: Rhombus, T Bar
Not for climbing!
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Rated 5 out of
great designThis is a super lightweight belt. You can't tell from the picture, but it has this really cool aluminum buckle. The one this that is a little weird is that it's green on one side and khaki on the other and you end up seeing both sides where it reverses at the buckle. No big deal unless you into matching you belt to your clothes.
Date published: 2015-05-29
Rated 5 out of
I would recommend this item.After wearing this belt several times over the last few weeks, I have to give it two thumbs up. It is light and durable and could possibly even be wrapped around a small tree as an emergency tree strap for my hammock/whoopie sling setup if I found myself in a pinch.