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Reviews for Multi-Loop Gear Sling Average Rating = 3.20/5 Average Rating : 3.20 out of 5

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gets the job done 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: gaalsent, 2008-07-10

Have the newer model with a fleece lining, which the shoulders appreciate. i like a well organized rack, so the multiple loops and adjustable features are nice. if you carry a ton of pro, its worth having one of these instead of cord or spectra cutting against your shoulders/neck.

Review 2 out of 5 stars

Review by: hosh, 2005-03-30

maybe it's just me, but when I'm bing and I grab the wrong cam or hex, I tend to just throw it back on the rack in the front. after a few poor selections, my rack is a confused mess. he front loop is full and the rest are empty (ok, that's a little of an overstatement...). I tihink I might have been better off with a regular gear loop, without the dividers. But I've never used anything else so I imagine the problem might be the same, just a little less crowded in the front. I like my sling, perhaps it was just the wrong choice for my climbing style.


Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: dgkula, 2004-07-28

I have the newer model and instead of leather against your skin there is a soft fleecy material that is comfy. Great for those of us who really like to organize the rack.

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: roc-dude, 2004-05-11

If you want a over the shoulder sling with your gear on one side the Metoluis sling is a must. It is well padded and I had the Multi-loop which is great to keep the gear seperated. I like the D attachment to help balance the gear and to add more space. Nothing bad to say about it, but I have since moved up to the Metoluis Big Wall sling for my trad climbing, it is the best I have tried.

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: andypro, 2004-04-07

Comfortable, light(ish) and runner strength. The multiloops makes organization easier and the loops stay nice and stiff for a long time. I've had mine for 6 years or so and the racking part of it is still great. I have the older model though that had the leather underneath the padding (against your skin). It was Uber comfy for a while, then the leather started wearing and breaking apart. Perhaps it was fixed on the newer ones. It's still usable, and the foam is still cushy, but I gave it a three because of that cursed leather (is it even real leather? I dont know).

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