Beal Flyer II 10.2mm Dry Cover Rope

Beal Flyer II 10.2mm Dry Cover Rope
Beal Flyer II 10.2mm Dry Cover Rope
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Flyer II 10.2mm Dry Cover Rope by Beal
With a moderate diameter and a protective Dry Cover sheath coating, the Beal Flyer II 10. 2mm Rope is ideal for any roped climbing application. The sheath coating helps stop water absorption and freezing on ice or alpine climbs and enhances durability for extended use. The relatively low weight and progressive diameter helps bridge the gap between traditional fat ropes and newer skinny ropes.

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SKU: BEA0006
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