Edelweiss Curve 9.8mm Unicore SuperEverdry Climbing Rope

Edelweiss Curve 9.8mm Unicore SuperEverdry Climbing Rope
Edelweiss Curve 9.8mm Unicore SuperEverdry Climbing Rope
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Curve 9.8mm Unicore SuperEverdry Climbing Rope by Edelweiss
Come rain or shine, you always find a cave to crawl into--and climb out of--whenever wet weather lingers overhead, and while you're always careful, raindrops always seem to find their way into your rope bag. Instead of wondering why your ropes wear out season after season, make a long-term investment with the Edelweiss Curve 9. 8mm Unicore SuperEverdry Climbing Rope. An Edelweiss bestseller, the Curve is updated with new colors and a SuperEverdry treatment on the sheath and core to drastically reduce water absorption.

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