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Tendon Sling Runner - Dyneema and Polyamide

by Tendon
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A dependable and durable Dyneema, and Polyamide sewn sling from Tendon.  We have decades of experience building top end climbing gear you can put your trust in.  Perfect for hard climbing, sport climbing, caving, and trad climbing.  Meets strict requirements for certification under the UIAA (International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation).

Dyneema Sling

  • Length:  60 cm / 23.62 inches; 120 cm / 47.24 inches; 180 cm / 70.86 inches.
  • Minimum Tenacity:  22 kN / 4945 lbs
  • Color:  Red/White

Polyamide Sling

  • Length:  60 cm / 23.62 inches; 120 cm / 47.24 inches.
  • Minimum Tenacity:  22 kN / 4945 lbs
  • Color:  Red/White

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