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Beal - Dynamic Sling

Beal Dynamic Sling

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$9.71 - $14.96 Original price:$19.95
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    • Yellow, 60cm
      sale $9.71
    • Blue, 120cm
      sale $12.71
    • Fuschia, 150cm
      sale $14.96



    Tech Specs

    Claimed Weight:
    [60cm] 1.9oz, [120cm] 3.7oz, [150cm] 4.7oz
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    3 years

    Extra sense of security.

    Beal's Dynamic Sling is essentially a loop of 8.9mm climbing rope designed for clipping into anchors, equalizing belays, or extending anchors. Dynamic properties make this sling a safer option than standard webbing, and the UV- and abrasion-resistant sheath protects the core for long-lasting durability.

    • Dynamic rope sling for climbing anchors
    • Skinny diameter has the feel of a twin rope
    • UV- and abrasion-resistant sheath

    Good for Anchors and PAS

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Some of the strongest slings out, nice feel, and dynamic. Held up well so far ( 6 months ).

    I use 120 & 150 to equalize ground anchors for leading rope solo, also 150 makes good top rope anchors. 60cm is used to extend gear via tie ins, but looking at the dynamic pas as an upgrade.

    My primary pas is a 150cm sling with an 8 and overhand. It's about 2x the length of my metrolios dyneema pas with piece of mind due to rating / dynamic. I generally use it to clip into bolts before I go to clip and definitely prefer this to my previous dymeena

    --edit: recommended for trad. Using these instead of screamers for lower rated pieces. Definitely gives a piece of mind. The 60 can be slung normally, but recommend wrapping the larger sizes

    big burly anchors...

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I decided it was time for a new PAS considering my current nylon sling system is many seasons old and is showing a good bit of wear at the knots.
    This product is quite a bit bulkier than the 16mm mammut slings I was using, and the hand feel is not supple. Its super burly anchoring material, and should be used as such.

    EDIT: After some use, I've found that these are too bulky to be practical in lots of applications. The 60cm is difficult to tie any knot into. The 150cm is workable for my needs, but don't expect to be able to equalize a three-point anchor with it.

    Well worth the weight

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought one of each size since I've been jonesing for something like this to try out since rope anchors are hassle when you're not swinging leads, but I still want all the security.

    the 60cm is perfect size as a PAS, makes me feel very comfortable moving about the anchor, especially when trad climbing. I've also used it a few times as an anchor extension, which dramatically improves equalization, and gives a increased sense of security, especially on trad, and older sandstone bolts.

    The 120cm is perfect for double bolt anchors, it has become one of my main anchor systems, since I never truly trust bolts. I have also used it to make trad anchors several times, and it gives soooo much better equalization than dyneema and even nylon webbing, and makes me feel so much safer, putting as much dynamic absorption into the system as I can get.

    I use my 150 for the above, but it can handle closely placed 3 anchor systems or a longer 2 anchor system. on wider anchors I will use them as extensions, and sometimes connect them up with dyneema if I really need to clear some distance.

    If you can handle the little extra weight from a couple of these slings, there is no reason you shouldn't use them in your anchors, insanely better equalization, much more dynamic stretch in your anchor system to keep those placements in the wall in the event of something going wrong.

    Like the old saying goes, just use rope :)