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The Tyrolean mountain guide Paul Koller relies on the Ti-Clip

Many mountaineers already swear by the use of the Ti-Clip in high altitude tours. The Ti-Clip makes walking on the glacier more comfortable and reduces the risk of tripping or injuring the rope because it is guided laterally.


For example, the well-known Tyrolean mountain guide and alpinist Paul Koller has been using the Ti-Clip on his high-altitude tours since 2022, making it easier for his participants to walk on the rope.

Ti-Clip für Hochtouren - Foto von Paul Koller (www.abenteuerberg.at)
Ti-Clip für Hochtouren - Foto von Paul Koller (www.abenteuerberg.at)

Paul attaches the Ti-Clip to the leg loops of the climbing harness and uses cable ties instead of Velcro straps for permanent fixation.

The method of attachment to the leg loops is advantageous if your backpack rests directly on the climbing harness and covers the Ti-Clip. Furthermore, the cable ties also protect the sensitive trouser textile fabric on the thigh.

Ti-Clip für Hochtouren - Foto von Paul Koller (www.abenteuerberg.at)
Ti-Clip für Hochtouren - Foto von Paul Koller (www.abenteuerberg.at)

I thank Paul very much, who was also the impetus for the use of the Ti-Clip in high altitude tours. He often saw the problem of stumbling over the slipping rope and already wanted to produce something like this himself for the leg loops of the climbing harness.

But with the Ti-Clip mounted on the leg loop, he has already found the ideal product.

In the meantime, he has already equipped all his harnesses with it and reports on the much more pleasant lateral rope guidance when walking on glaciers.


Greetings

Andreas

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