Grivel Single Spring Leash

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An elastic sling system to avoid losing tools when climbing on rock or ice. This solves the problem for climbers who love climbing without a leash.

The Single Spring is attached to the harness by looping it through the belay loop of the harness. The small karabiner is hooked onto the hole on the axes head when using it to lean on when walking or through the hole on the spike when holding the shaft in traction. In both cases it is almost impossible to lose the axe. The system allows the climber to swap hands or tools easily without interfering with their movement.

The SSL has been recently updated to now include a spinner (to help prevent twisting) and a lightweight mini screwgate krab (750kg max), which clip to your axes. At the central clip in point there is a loop which can be lark's footed to your belay loop or a banodoleer.

  • Makes it almost impossible to lose ice axes
  • Leaves hands free
  • Long when required
  • Compact when required

Attention: the SSL must never be used as a self belay for the climber or to belay a companion. Its strength is limited to 200kg.

The small carabiner has a maximum resistance of 750kg and must never be used instead of normal carabiner when climbing or belaying.

  • Manufacturer: Grivel
  • Mpn: PJSSPRINGR


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CD
03/18/2015
Carlton D.

This is a great bit

This is a great bit of kit when you need to change from from one hand to the other frequently as in tight twisty bits. Better than the traditional around the wrist type leash at least on a walking axe.

JH
01/27/2014
John H.

Grivel Single Spring Leash

I purchased two single spring leashes. Although this works out to be slightly more expensive than a double leash, it offers more flexibility. One leash is ideal for an easy, axe-only day, or both leashes for when two axes or an axe and hammer are needed