So, which type of climbing sling is best for your needs? It really depends. Rock-climbing quick draws feature a sewn nylon extension fitted with two carabiners to attach rope through anchor points throughout your climb. Nylon runners offer a tight yet supple weave for added durability and handling, while Dyneema slings are especially appropriate for setting up belays and other anchor points on rock faces. Some of these climbing slings feature built-in sheaths that protect the structural webbing from abrasion and exposure to compromising hazards to ensure that they're in play for the long term. You will find many climbing-sling sizes at OmniProGear. Choose from 3-foot slings, 6-foot slings and many more options to suit your specific climbing needs.
You can also purchase tubular webbing if you need a super-strong option for rappelling, tie-offs and more. Our rock-climbing webbing is available in a variety of sizes and colors to give you maximum choice. For instance, OmniProGear offers low-cost tubular webbing in 1-inch-wide by 10-yard-long options so you get the exact amount you need. This webbing is made in the U.S. for superior quality and comes in a huge range of colors to suit your specific needs. In addition, don't forget to check out our big inventory of great accessories like sling stops and tubular webbing buckles. Make OmniProGear your first stop for the world's best climbing gear. We get the best gear by the best brands before anyone else, and we're happy to assist you if you aren't sure which items are best for your specific needs. Just get in touch with us on the phone or via email for fast, friendly answers from our team of climbing experts.