Sterling Nylon Sewn Runners - 17mm

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Sterling Nylon Sewn Runners - 17mm
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Pick up the Sterling 17mm Nylon Sewn Runners for building anchors, extending gear placements, or racking gear. These durable runners feature 11/16-inch nylon that cuts the bulk of traditional nylon slings while still providing a secure and strong connection. Computerized, precision bar tacking eliminates the need for knots that can slip or wear out over time.
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I like that these runners are wider then most, that's why I get them. It's mainly a preference over the skinny width runners you'll find elsewhere, wider runners feel better when you wear them over your shoulder. I use these on most climbs as I'm a trad climber and they always do what I want them to do. If you are curious about what length you should get, the only length I ever get or need are the 24 inch and 48 inch. You don't need the other lengths because you can shorten the 24 to be as short as a quick draw and extend them on gear when necessary and the 48 inch is an important length for wandering climbs and making anchors (natural and bolted anchors).

Reuben Cousin at Backcountry.com on 03/19/2013

I have had my runners now for 9 months, using them regularly outdoors and they look every bit as new as when I pulled them out of the bag. The fabric is highly resistant to snagging and they are a good looking color with my yellow biners! Definitely recommend them.

Natalie Ramon at Backcountry.com on 07/26/2012

These are hard to beat. For how inexpensive they are, they are soooo durable. I've been using mine for a while now, mostly to set up anchors, and they have performed very well. They aren't the lightest out there, but I'm not to fussed about that. Great product!

Koman at Backcountry.com on 11/18/2013

The length, width, bright green color of these slings are perfect! These are my new go to slings. I've used them for anchors, clipping the chains on sport routes, extending pieces of gear for trad climbing, and as a leash for my ice axe.

Chase Skidmore at Backcountry.com on 01/24/2013

Sterling is such a solid rope company and I know everything I have of theirs will do the job plus some. Really like the Sewn Runner they make. I use mine as a sling, but really they have so many uses.

Reed at Backcountry.com on 11/14/2013

Can't go wrong with these slings. They are nylon so are a bit heavier than dyneema slings, but are great for extending trad pieces and building anchors from nylon. love the ability to choose different colors and sizes!!!

GeorgeB at Backcountry.com on 04/11/2013

Ive use this a few times now for different uses. Ive used 2 of these for top rope anchors, used as a personal anchor and it works great for whatever. solid, stong and good price.

navp40018 at Backcountry.com on 11/06/2012

I have purchasd many of the Sterling Runners for our Ropes Program this summer and they are wearing well. They save time when setting up and from having to tie runners.

tod5615415 at Backcountry.com on 11/07/2012

These things are all rated to 23kN and you can't beat that price!! You might as well get a few to fill out your climbing pack. No complaints.

Cody at Backcountry.com on 06/22/2013

I was pleased when I received these because they are just as well made as they appear online! Great price too! I bought 24" and 48" lengths.

Pete Schaefers at Backcountry.com on 11/21/2013