Trango Ultratape Slings

Trango Ultratape Slings is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 35.
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4.7 Star Rating
$4.50 - $10.50

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Product Description Item No.   10043982

FEATURES of the Trango Ultratape Slings

  • Nylon and dyneema weave webbing
  • 12mm webbing offers incredible durability and strength
  • Available in different lengths, each sold individually

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Disclaimer: All climbing equipment is final sale.
Best Use: Big Wall Climbing
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great slings, super strong These are some pretty awesome slings, and I use them over the skinny full Dyneema/spectra slings for a few reasons. One, they are a blend of Nylon and dyneema/spectra, so they are really strong but still not too heavy. Two, it's been shown that the super skinny dyneema slings can cut through themselves or another sling when they are girth-hitched or knotted together. This can cause problems. Three, the dyneema material has been shown to have a much steeper strength/age curve, meaning they will get weaker faster than nylon, and therefore have to be retired and replaced earlier, increasing costs. These slings are a great compromise between weight, strength, and cost.
Date published: 2010-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great slings for the money I snagged a few double shoulder length (I think they're 46") with the intention of using them to protect natural features, to build anchors, and for those times when you really need length to clear a roof etc. So far, they have performed very well. I always carry them doubled as shoulder slings, as they are quite bulky to carry as extendable draws. The weight and feel (not to mention the 25kn rating) are confidence inspiring. I have yet to whip on one, but I am confident that if utilized properly, these slings will hold. As far as value goes, I'm not sure you'll find a better deal. New leaders should stock up on these.
Date published: 2012-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Sling Around!! These are hands down the best slings on the market. They are lightweight, durable and flexible. The unique combination of dyneema and nylon gives them the ability to last longer then other slings without giving up strength and that's what makes them flexible. They are easy to tie into knots to create anchors which I really appreciate, I always found spectra slings stiff and didn't hold knots as well, these don't have that issue. Can't go wrong with these slings, they are now the only kind of sling I ever buy. I found Trango's ultratape slings and never looked back. Get some of these and you won't regret it!
Date published: 2014-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Choosing color would be nice for organizing your slings, but sometimes you just have to rough it... You can’t beat this for the price, especially if you are just starting out and want to add some versatility to your rack. For any newbies, if you go with the 48", you can easily turn it into a 24". You can't pull out a sling stretcher in the middle of your adventures.,,,,,,The rating of 25kN is more than spec requires, so thumbs up there. The material is smooth and pliable, and very nice for untying knots. It is thick enough to feel comfortable entrusting your life to it, while also being light enough to feel comfortable carrying it wherever you need to. Great product.
Date published: 2011-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Slings! Trango Ultratape Slings have quickly become my top choice for rock climbing slings in all 3 lengths. These slings are the perfect compromise between ultralight/ultra-skinny slings (which compromise durability) and bulkier, thicker nylon slings. In fact, I actually prefer them in every aspect compared to skinnier (and more expensive/less durable) all-dyneema slings. Not only are they cheaper, but they are also MUCH more durable and easier to handle, knot, and unknot. Additionally, the nylon gives them the added safety benefit of being partially dynamic, providing increased versatility over the static nature of all-dyneema slings. To top it off, Trango Ultratape slings are ridiculously strong (22 kn!) thanks to their nylon/dyneema blend. Hands down my top sling choice for all types of climbing and mountaineering!
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value Do NOT use these slings for prussiks, rapell back ups, or other friction hitches as another reviewer mentioned. These slings are made of a nylon/dyneema weave. Dyneema has a low melting point and if your knot slips while ascending or descending the heat could burn through it. Use nylon cord or slings instead. That said I've been pretty happy with these. They are relatively light, not too bulky, strong, and more durable than ultralight dyneema slings.
Date published: 2013-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thinner than BD nylon slings, thicker than BD Dynex slings Great quality and excellent price! The slings themselves are thicker than BD dynex slings, but are still thinner than standard nylon slings. Means these work perfectly for making alpine draws on more normally sized carabiners (personal preference is the Mammut Element keylocks with a BD wiregate), but tends to get a bit choked up double lapped on smaller biners such as the metolious FS mini...Other than that, I love 'em!
Date published: 2012-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the money. These slings are great. I like the fact that they are fairly narrow and less stiff than most of the other slings I've worked with. I've got a couple of the 48" ones and when I have to double them up for shorter anchors my biners don't get as crowded up. There's no noticeable difference in weight, and I think they actually take up less space in my pack. Plus they come in cool colors. All in all I'd say they're a smart buy.
Date published: 2011-06-15
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Are they made in USA?

Asked by: Henry
Henry, Trango manufactures its products in Italy, and the Czech Republic.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2015-08-11
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