Carabiners And Quickdraws - Petzl Finland | Sport

Carabiners And Quickdraws

All equipped with the Keylock system, Petzl carabiners come in different shapes, sizes and locking systems to meet a variety of usage needs. When you pick up a Petzl carabiner, you can feel the high level of quality and craftsmanship!

How to choose?

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Carabiners And Quickdraws (26)
Locking Carabiners (7)
Special Locking Carabiners (4)
Non-locking Carabiners (6)
Carabiner Accessories (1)
Quickdraws (4)
Quickdraw Webbing And Accessories (4)
New items (4)

Locking Carabiners

Carabiners with a gate locking system, designed for use with a belay device, a descender, or for creating a belay station.

Special Locking Carabiners

Lightweight carabiners designed for specific uses: for harness fastening, on a via ferrata lanyard, as additional braking on a descender...

Non-locking Carabiners

Carabiners designed for protection when climbing. All these carabiners are durable and facilitate the climber's manipulations.

Carabiner Accessories


Complete quickdraws designed for protection when climbing.

Quickdraw Webbing And Accessories

Sewn slings and webbing protectors allow the user to put together a complete quickdraw.

New items

Choosing Your Carabiners

Features of Petzl Carabiners

Mousquetons Petzl, design intérieur fluide.

Fluid Interior Design

The fluid interior design of Petzl locking carabiners limits the risk of the nose getting caught while clipping and allows the carabiner to rotate more easily.

Mousquetons Petzl, Profil en H.


Carabiners have an H-frame that provides an optimal strength-to-weight ratio, protects the markings from abrasion, and offers excellent handling, even when wearing gloves.

Petzl carabiners, Keylock system.

Keylock System

To provide optimal efficiency, all Petzl carabiners use the Keylock system: the nose of the carabiner, where the body and gate meet, does not have a notch that could snag on anchors, ropes, harness equipment loops, or other gear.

Locking Carabiners

Shapes and Uses

Mousquetons Petzl, Forme en D.

D Shape

D-shaped carabiners are the most versatile and are efficient in a variety of different situations.

Mousquetons Petzl, Forme en poire.

Pear Shape

These carabiners have a large capacity and are recommended when using a Munter hitch or for carrying gear.

Mousquetons Petzl, Forme ovale.

Oval Shape

These carabiners are designed for use with pulleys and progress-capture pulleys.

Locking Systems

Mousquetons Petzl, SCREW-LOCK.


With an easy-to-open gate, it can be locked or not, according to need. The red indicator provides a visual warning when the carabiner is unlocked. This system is ideal for harsh environments where contaminants (mud, ice) could cause an automatic locking system to jam.

Mousquetons Petzl, TWIST-LOCK.


Automatic locking system designed for very frequent use; these carabiners can be attached at the end of a lanyard or used to connect a GRIGRI belay device to a harness. Double-action opening by turning the sleeve, then pressing on the gate.

Mousquetons Petzl, BALL-LOCK.


Automatic locking system designed for frequent use. The triple-action opening consists of pressing on the green indicator, turning the sleeve, then pressing on the gate. The green button indicates when the gate is locked.

Mousquetons Petzl, TRIACT-LOCK.


Automatic locking system. The triple-action opening consists of raising and turning the sleeve, then pressing on the gate.