Blue Water Canyonline Canyoneering Rope - 9mm

Blue Water Canyonline Canyoneering Rope - 9mm
Blue Water Canyonline Canyoneering Rope - 9mm
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Canyonline Canyoneering Rope - 9mm by Blue Water
Blue Water's Canyonline Canyoneering Rope represents a giant leap in design and safety for rappelling off arches and down canyons. Its cabled nylon core has a low elongation for a higher margin of safety during accidental shock loading. The Technora Aramid sheath provides excellent cut-resistance for long-lasting durability, especially if you're rappelling around corners and off sharp edges.

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SKU: BWR000H
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