Beal Virus Climbing Rope - 10mm

Beal Virus Climbing Rope - 10mm
Beal Virus Climbing Rope - 10mm
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Virus Climbing Rope - 10mm by Beal
You caught the climbing bug, and now there's nothing left except to say adieu to the horizontal world and greet the vertical with Beal's Virus Climbing Rope. A 10mm diameter makes this rope ideal for beginners and durable for projecting junkies. Beal's advanced technologies provide excellent impact absorption, low impact forces, and a high fall rating for softer catches and long-lasting durability.

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SKU: BEA000W
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