Beal Stinger Golden Dry Unicore Single Rope - 9.4mm

Beal Stinger Golden Dry Unicore Single Rope - 9.4mm
Beal Stinger Golden Dry Unicore Single Rope - 9.4mm
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Stinger Golden Dry Unicore Single Rope - 9.4mm by Beal
Beal's Stinger Golden Dry Unicore Single Rope serves advanced climbers seeking challenging redpoints on sport crags or multi-day mountaineering trips in the alpine. Like all skinny ropes, this 9. 4mm has an ultralight weight and a fluid feel; unlike most skinny ropes, the Stinger boasts a surprising UI fall rating for reliable long-lasting durability. Unicore's construction bonds the sheath to the core for extended longevity that also eliminates sheath slippage entirely. A black middle mark assists with quick and convenient rappels.

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SKU: BEA000N
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