Beal Legend Climbing Rope - 8.3mm

Beal Legend Climbing Rope - 8.3mm
Beal Legend Climbing Rope - 8.3mm
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Legend Climbing Rope - 8.3mm by Beal
First ascents of most classic climbs used half ropes. That was just the standard way back then, and most of the longer multi-pitches and full-blown mountaineering missions are still ideal for half ropes. For example, Beal's Legend Climbing Rope packs light and compact for long approaches, and still gives a good grip in case your climber goes down.

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