Blue Water Lightning Pro 9.7mm Climbing Rope

Blue Water Lightning Pro 9.7mm Climbing Rope
Blue Water Lightning Pro 9.7mm Climbing Rope
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Lightning Pro 9.7mm Climbing Rope by Blue Water
Blue Water's Lightning Pro 9. 7mm Climbing Rope slithers up sport crags and multi-pitches with equal delicacy. Not only does this rope feel lighter in your pack--compared to thicker ropes and some with the same diameter--it also packs easier thanks to the sheath's subtle nature. The Lightning Pro boasts a high number of UI falls for extended durability, which makes it outshine other ropes in the same size.

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SKU: BWR0001
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