Blue Water Icon Double Dry Climbing Rope - 9.1mm

Blue Water Icon Double Dry Climbing Rope - 9.1mm
Blue Water Icon Double Dry Climbing Rope - 9.1mm
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Icon Double Dry Climbing Rope - 9.1mm by Blue Water
Endowed with a tight braid and an extra thick sheath, the Blue Water Icon Double Dry 9. 1mm Climbing Rope brings a new level of durability to the world of ultra-skinny redpoint cords. As a result of seeking lower weights and smaller diameters, skinny singles have traditionally been prone to short lifespans. Thanks to the Icon's 35% sheath mass, this rope can provide the featherlight performance serious sport climbers need with reduced drag, increased abrasion resistance, and a longer lifespan.

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SKU: BWR3217
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