Edelweiss Curve 9.8mm Unicore Climbing Rope

Edelweiss Curve 9.8mm Unicore Climbing Rope
Edelweiss Curve 9.8mm Unicore Climbing Rope
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Curve 9.8mm Unicore Climbing Rope by Edelweiss
You're sick of climbing in the gym like you're a kid inside a restaurant's playground. It's time to get outside and learn how to climb harder grades, and the Edelweiss Curve 9. 8mm Climbing Rope will be just as essential as your belayer. Its 9. 8mm diameter is a little bit skinnier than the ones gyms provide, so it'll pack better, slide through carabiners without dragging you back, and belay a little more fluidly. A Unicore construction bonds the Curve's sheath to the core for eliminated sheath slippage, increased abrasion-resistance, and a longer-lasting performance.

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SKU: EDL001N
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