Edelrid Boa Gym Climbing Rope - 9.8mm

Edelrid Boa Gym Climbing Rope - 9.8mm
Edelrid Boa Gym Climbing Rope - 9.8mm
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Boa Gym Climbing Rope - 9.8mm by Edelrid
Whether you're new to climbing or a seasoned veteran the Boa Gym Climbing Rope from Edelrid is a must have in your climbing kit. Long enough to meet most climbing gym requirements and strong enough to withstand 9 UI falls, the gym-specific Boa is there for you as you whip on your indoor projects and master the art of a double-dyno to a micro-crimp. Whether you're belaying or climbing the reinforced sheath threads easily through a belay device and is easy to handle as you clip into evenly spaced draws. And even though you can't take the Boa Gym Rope outside, it'll be your new companion for each indoor training sesh.

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SKU: ELR004W
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