reviewsfacebooklogincreate account
Climbing Gear > Ropes and Webbing > Sewn Runners

Mammut Dyneema Sling


Customers also viewed:
Black Diamond 10 mm Dynex Runners
$3.99 - 12.95
Mammut Dyneema Contact 8 mm Sling
$6.38 - 13.50
Metolius Monster Sling
$2.96 - 7.95
Gear X
$5.99
Mountain Gear
$7.50
Bent Gate
$7.50-23.95
EMS
$7.50-14.95
Options:
Alpen Glow Gear
$7.96-19.16
OMC
$9.74
Free Shipping available if you spend more than $50.
REI
$9.95
Wilderness Exchange
$12.95
Options:
ProLite Gear
$19.95

Notify me when the Price Drops | Report Invalid Prices
Add a review and we'll send you free stickers.
Please login or create an account.
Mammut Dyneema Sling
4.8 out of 5 based on 23 user reviews.


Cred: 40569
Review by marks on Oct. 24, 2007
Very easy to organize, create draws with etc. Extremely light (though we're talking about slings here, so lets not overdue the lightness discussion). If your budget is unlimited this is the premiere sling imo.


Cred: 922
Review by NeeDlzdos on Feb. 27, 2008
Thin, strong, easy to make doubles or trick doubles for alpine draws. They are great for these reasons, but require a little more knowledge than nylon.
Don't factor 2 onto them or they can snap. Dyneema has pretty nill elongation, so static falls are a big no no. This means don't use the slings to clip anything static that can be shock loaded (i.e. youself to a belay station).

They wear out faster than their larger nylon counterparts due to their small surface area.
Nylon, specter, ultratape (dyneema / nylon hybrid)


Cred: 555
Review by rmcgibbo on Aug. 03, 2008
These are the gold standard. Small and light! The way they do the bartacking is also alot less prone to getting tangled and stuck.
Expensive!
Something thicker (It's kindof all the same). If i'm not going to tripple them to make a trad draw, I find 18mm nylon (almost 1/3 the price) is fine.


Cred: 2509
Review by livextreme41 on Dec. 17, 2008
light, smooth, and strong. can't go wrong. use for tripling up on trad routes.
expensive
i use nylon for price and durability whenever bulk is not an issue.


Cred: 1250
Review by stephen on May. 03, 2011
i found one of these on the ground the other day and just tried it out today. i generally just use webbing with knots in it, but these slings seem to be well worth the few extra dollars.
expensive.


Cred: 1321
Review by MikePB on Jul. 13, 2011
Light weight, flexible. Great alpine and trad sling.
Not as durable as heavy nylon slings. More expensive.


Cred: 418
Review by snowman on Apr. 22, 2008
pack alot of these on a climb and hardly notice them.


Cred: 4460
Review by jonnymtman on Mar. 10, 2009
Super light, don't absorb water, hold knots better then most
Expensive
BD slings


Cred: 21
Review by fb_79302166 on Feb. 06, 2008
Good all around strings
Super stitching


Cred: 863
Review by brownie710 on May. 01, 2008
8 of these for for my slings 24" light and non bulky
some fret over non-nylon


Cred: 169
Review by skillet on Sep. 04, 2008
lightweight,low bulk
not sure about longevity yet


Cred: 62
Review by fb_14222531 on Jan. 18, 2008
light, strong, low bulk
expensive


Cred: 83
Review by fb_5800777 on Jan. 20, 2008
size, weight, strength, versatility


Cred: 68
Review by Grivel G12 on Aug. 08, 2008
Super light, great for alpine draws


Cred: 102
Review by Delta V on Sep. 26, 2008
Light & thin
a little too thin for my taste


Cred: 36
Review by nathanasher on Nov. 10, 2011
light strong and very moveable
expensive


Cred: 46
Review by fb_742853051 on Feb. 27, 2008
Thin with no loose ends to catch on things


Cred: 51
Review by fb_738116829 on Feb. 25, 2008
Super Light


Cred: 6
Review by booster III on Jun. 03, 2008
las mias son BD


Cred: 38
Review by fb_569202534 on Dec. 29, 2008
light


Cred: 19
Review by fb_765848404 on Jan. 21, 2008
Nice and light


Cred: 11
Review by fb_637910379 on Jan. 27, 2008
Strong


Cred: 0
Review by fb_507854106 on May. 11, 2010
a
Contact Us | About Us | Brands © 2013 Spadout Inc