BlueWater Lightning Pro Double Dry 9.7mm Climbing Rope

BlueWater Lightning Pro Double Dry 9.7mm Climbing Rope
BlueWater Lightning Pro Double Dry 9.7mm Climbing Rope
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Lightning Pro Double Dry 9.7mm Climbing Rope by BlueWater
You might work on your project at the sport crag one day and hit up that multipitch you've been eying the next. Either way, the BlueWater Lightning Pro Double Dry 9. 7mm Climbing Rope is for you. It's strong and durable enough to withstand multiple falls on your project, and yet it remains very lightweight to keep you comfortable and mobile on the big walls. It's also very supple for excellent handling whether you're belaying your buddy or clipping through the crux. And BlueWater added a Double Dry treatment to prevent the rope from absorbing water after a rainy day.

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