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Average Rating = 4.76/5 Average Rating : 4.76 out of 5
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Contact Sling Dyneema 8mm - 30cm (1ft)
Manufacturer: Mammut

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Leave those old bulky slings at home, Mammut's revolutionary weaving method shaves weight and bulk off your climbing rack. * This sling has a radically narrow 8-mm width and a super low-profile connection in place of a knot. * Computer-guided looms weave the last three- inches of the webbing 4mm wider, allowing the 8mm end to be inserted and bartacked in place. * A Mammut label is sewn over the conjoined ends for smooth running and snag-free pulls.

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Really Nice 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: skitzboy, 2009-06-08

The dyneema runners by Mammut really cut down on bulk, when looking at nylon runners. There are a few things that I would use nylon runners for but not many. I have about 15 of the standard length, two double length, a triple length and 4 dog bones. I really like the way they insert one end into the other then use their tag to blend it all together. This causes it to slide smoothly rather then haging up where they are stiched together like the black diamond runners. I highly recommend them although they are a bit on the expensive side.

pricey but worth it 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: elnero, 2007-04-17

mostly what everyone else said, the weight isnt a big deal, but the bulk is much nicer with these guys. I like to keep a few nylon ones around for autoblocks and such, but these definitly make up most of my alpine draws.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: griffin, 2006-08-13

Wicked light, I love them. Wish they had higher dynamic properties, but whatever. They don't absorb water really, make nice sling-draws, and contrary to popular belief, work fine for friction hitches. Trad climbers can now lighten up.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: weasel, 2006-05-11

Great slings. I've got mostly these on my rack, and they've yet to show me a major downside. The only small complaint I have is they start to get fuzzy after only one or two uses, but I havn't had a dangerous amount of wear on one yet.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: alleyehave, 2006-02-19

Light, thin, strong, what more could a climber ask for?

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