Beal Gully Unicore Dry Climbing Rope - 7.3mm

Beal Gully Unicore Dry Climbing Rope - 7.3mm
Beal Gully Unicore Dry Climbing Rope - 7.3mm
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Gully Unicore Dry Climbing Rope - 7.3mm by Beal
Complement your superlight alpine arsenal with the Gully Unicore Dry Climbing Half Rope by Beal. Weighing 36 grams per meter, the Gully is certainly Beal's lightest half rope, and possibly the lightest on the market. This rope doesn't scrap a strand of strength either, with a Unicore construction that bonds the sheath to the core in order to eliminate sheath slippage and enhance durable longevity. Beal treated the sheath with a Dry Cover for exceptional resistance against water absorption, abrasion, dirt, and grime. Beal also had this rope certified for twin rope use for more versatility and convenience.

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SKU: BEA000B
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