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Petzl Footape Ascender Strap

Petzl Footape Ascender Strap

Item #:PTZ-C47A
USUALLY SHIPS:24hrsDetails
Price:$34.95
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  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Attachment(s)
  • Safety Notice
  • An adjustable webbing foot loop used with an Ascension or Basic rope clamp for rope ascents. A height adjustable elastic keeps the foot in the loop, regardless of shoe type.

    • Attaches to the Ascension handled ascender for rope ascents
    • Underfoot strap is abrasion-resistant and is slightly rigid to make it easier to step into
    • Adjustable elastic keeps the foot in the foot loop with any type of shoe
    • Mini DoubleBack buckle easily and quickly adjusts length of foot loop
  • Type
    Slings
    Approx. Weight (oz)
    2.3
    Approx. Weight (g)
    65
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