Black Diamond 18mm Nylon Runners

Black Diamond 18mm Nylon Runners

Black Diamond 18mm Nylon Runners is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 61.
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Product Description Item No.   10034061

The Nylon and Dynex Runners by Black Diamond are essential for most types of climbing. Specifically developed by Black Diamond for the ultimate in light weight, high strength and abrasion resistance, the new 10 mm Dynex Runners are 30% lighter than 12 mm runners and now feature tighter weaves that increase durability. Nylon Runners are extremely durable and versatile-tie them off on chickenheads, trees and chockstones. Offered in assorted lengths, patterns and colors.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Nylon and Dynex Runners

  • Nylon webbing is versatile, strong and extremely durable
  • Assorted lengths and colors

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Disclaimer: All climbing equipment is final sale.
Weight: 1.3 oz
Gender: Unisex
Best Use: Climbing, Trad Climbing, Ice and Mixed Climbing, Big Wall Climbing
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable and fashionable! These nylon runners are the bees knees. They instill confidence with their burly appearance and all the while maintain a strong fashion sense. I use these for racking gear, setting anchors and extending protection. They are not as dainty as some of the newer materials but that makes them easier to handle. A double length runner will work great for equalizing bolted anchors, just be sure to put a twist in the runner for redundancy... duh. Also be sure to coordinate your outfit with whatever runners your are using. You don't want to be half-way up a multi-pitch climb and realize you gear is clashing with your outfit... that's just bad style.
Date published: 2011-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet runner, bra I like these runners and have some in all available sizes. Great for hauling gear, setting up long quick-draws, clipping into anchors. The works. You can probably do other things with these that I'm neglecting to articulate. The nylon is smooth and feels good in the hand. The colors always seem to be purple and green, but I know that there are others (jk, I have a blue one, too). Not as thick as my GF's Mammut slings, but those are super old and I'll be trusting my weight to these BDs.
Date published: 2014-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BOMBER The new age quandry dyneema or nylon? Watch a couple videos of dyneema auto-shearing under strained falls and you may find yourself wanting to stick with "old school" nylon like myself. However, in all honesty both are gonig to get the job done for you. I do find that the wider straps of nylon nrunners are easier to extend from apline draws, and that's one reason why I am using these on my trad rack. That extra width width makes it easier to lug all of your heavier cams around.
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good slings, strong, not as durable as the other black diamond ones Looking for good inexpensive slings that will do the trick? Theses are perfect. Your order will come in assorted colors (sweet), and these things are perfect for quick draws and other gear. They are pretty soft too. Downside: not quite as durable as the other black diamond durex sling but the price on these is better. These are great for cleaning routes as well. Would definitely recommend. 4 stars because not quite as durable, but still an excellent product.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Standard Equipment at a good price. I have several of these slings in different lengths. They come in handy for a myriad of different uses. They are a standard, bomber purchase for anyone getting into top roping, sport, or trad climbing. I use these for my cleaning gear, on alpine draws, to hang up hammocks, and various other chores where I need a sewn sling. Most people would agree though heavier the nylon is more rugged and will last longer than dyneema slings. The prices here are competitive.
Date published: 2011-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet Runners! Very multi-purpose :) These runners are great! When we go out we use them for anything we need; slings for top ropes, extensions for quickdraws, anything. They are super solid and are really easy to keep track of. My only beef is that they aren't colorcoded for size, but I just keep the 30 cm on one side of my harness and the 60 cm on the other. BD is a great gear company and these runners aren't any different. :)
Date published: 2008-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mine is silver, matches my draws and I love it! My lovely moosejaw packing person picked me out a lovely silver sling that looks perfect with the mammut draws I got at the same time. And it looks super swanky on my harness!!,,,,Not had to use it yet, but its black diamond so I'm pretty confident it will do the job just like it says on the tin (if only it had one!) Currently it is making a perfect draws hanging device...
Date published: 2009-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Want security but afraid dyneema's gonna meltdown? Worry not. Just got 3, 60cm and 2, 120cm runners.,,,,Pros:,,Each one a different color,,Higher burn temp than dyneema,,Wider runner distributes force/weight comfortably and evenly,,Stronger than dyneema when knotted,,,,Cons:,,Takes up real-estate on belay loop (when clipping to bolts/anchors),,Nylon is super slick, so not that handy for friction hitches (but you shouldn't be using sewn runners for that anyway),,Heavier than dyneema,,,,This may not be the strongest argument for these guys, but I'd rather have a little extra weight and bulk on my rack than worry about the strength of a dyneema sling after it's gotten a little rub on the rock. Or, god forbid, you actually have to tie limiter knots in your slings.,,,,Dyneema might be sexier, lighter and thinner, but nylon is cheaper, has a higher turnover (sooner you replace gear, safer it is) and way easier to untie. Ever try to teach self-/vertical rescue with dyneema? It's a nightmare.,,,,Go with nylon, you'll be safer and happier.
Date published: 2013-10-18
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