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ISO belay salve

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ISO young newbile female, who is new to the area and looking for an experienced climber to show her the ropes. Serious replies only.

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considering there are only about 4 women that post on this site, shouldn't you be placing an add in the personals or something [big Grin] good luck [Wink]

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ISO certification does not currently cover belay slaves. That will be reserved for ISO 20002 which is under UIAA development at this time.

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quote:

Originally posted by AllenB:

Don't you mean 'slave'? Regards, A

NOOOO man, "belay salve" is this new cream from Petzl, you rub it on your rope and it magically stops falls [Roll Eyes]

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