Blue Water Big Wall Static Rope - 10mm

Blue Water Big Wall Static Rope - 10mm
Blue Water Big Wall Static Rope - 10mm
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Big Wall Static Rope - 10mm by Blue Water
Haul a week's worth of climbing gear, food, and other essentials to your portaledge with Blue Water's Big Wall Static Rope. Blue Water cabled the polyester sheath and nylon core for long-lasting durability, so you don't end up running a snapped line through the pulley, only to look over the ledge and see your haul bag dropping down thousands of feet, with all those goodies you were looking forward to after a long day climbing.

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SKU: BWR000I
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