Doing canyons, using ropes, from time to time it becomes useful to clip into things. Anchors, guide lines, packs, companions - things like that. The standard climber-type things tend to be big, heavy, awkward and too too much. Lots of things dangling from your harness while canyoneering is not good. The Clipster is a tidy, minimal clip-in sling designed for canyoneering.
Made from burly 3/4" webbing tacked into a full-strength sling, the Clipster is then sewn together with a half-twist at the bottom end so it will girth-hitch neatly to your harness's strong point. The top end includes a major-brand rubber 'biner holder. The 22-inch length is perfect for canyoneering clip-in tasks, without having excess that gets in the way.
*Locking Carabiners sold separately
INSPECT your Clipster every canyon or two, and discard if there are even minor cuts or burn spots. Also inspect your belay loop and the rest of your harness at the same time. Be careful that the rappel rope does not cross your Clipster or belay loop while you are rappelling.
Strength: While based on a full-strength sling, the Clipster is likely to recieve more than its fair share of wear and tear. Please consider it strong enough for body weight applications only.