Skip to Content

< Previous | Next >

Pocket Aider

Average Rating = 4.33/5 Average Rating : 4.33 out of 5
Item Details | Reviews (3)
Premier Sponsor:
Pocket Aider
Manufacturer: Metolius

Available now at:

Go Moosejaw Use coupon code "ALSAVE10" to get the price displayed on this page. $29.95 $26.96 Buy NowUse coupon code "ALSAVE10" to get the price displayed on this page. Gear CouponUse coupon code "ALSAVE10" to get the price displayed on this page.

Description

The Metolius Pocket Aider is a 4-step aider with a small nylon pouch attatched at the end. When not in use, the aiders are conveniently stored in the bag and out of your way. The product specs are as follows: - Lightweight, 4-step, ladder-style aider - Stores compactly in attached pouch - 3/4" flat nylon webbing - Overall length: 60" (1524 mm) - Step spacing: 12" (305 mm) - 6.5 oz (184 g) - Strengths: •End to end--4000 lbf (18 kN) •Grab Loop--4950 lbf (22 kN) •Steps--1000 lbf (4.4 kN) - Color: assorted


3 Reviews

GoWrite your own Review

Metolius Pocket Aider 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: porcelainsunset, 2006-11-15


I love my Pocket Aiders. Perfect for routes with eaisy aid where your objective is to go fast and light. They neetly and easialy stuff into a little pocket that is sewn into the top of the aider. After they are in the pocket, they sit very discreatly on your harness. When going from free to aid, they come out without hassel. They are not as comfortable, stable, or easy to use as larger more beffy aiders. However, I am willing to sacrafice these amenities in return for their convenence and light weight. Pefect for the job.

Metolius Pocket Aider 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: yetanotherdave, 2006-11-15


great for occasional aid moves, very compact. For serious aid get a ladder with a spreader bar.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: mrtristan, 2003-04-04


These are great for routes where you only will encounter a few moves of aid, or relatively easy aid climbing. It's really nice having them out of the way until you need them, but the 3/4" webbing hurts your feet if you have to stand in it for a while. Still, these are great little aiders to have.


Write a Review