BlueWater Eliminator 10.2mm Climbing Rope

BlueWater Eliminator 10.2mm Climbing Rope
BlueWater Eliminator 10.2mm Climbing Rope
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Eliminator 10.2mm Climbing Rope by BlueWater
Blue Water's Eliminator is a beefy climbing rope that can help you terminate every route on your tick list. Its wide diameter is ideal for advanced climbers pulling long hours on redpoint attempts, and it belays well for beginners tackling first routes outside. The Eliminator touts a low impact force and low static elongation to give a comfy catch, fall after fall.

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SKU: BWR0009
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