BlueWater Canyon Pro Rope - 8mm

BlueWater Canyon Pro Rope - 8mm
BlueWater Canyon Pro Rope - 8mm
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Canyon Pro Rope - 8mm by BlueWater
With a static elongation of only three percent and a whopping force rating of 1,000 lbf, the Blue Water Canyon Pro Rope won't throw any surprises at you when you're dropping down into the abyss.

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SKU: BWR0013
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