Edelweiss Element II 10.2mm Climbing Rope

Edelweiss Element II 10.2mm Climbing Rope
Edelweiss Element II 10.2mm Climbing Rope
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Element II 10.2mm Climbing Rope by Edelweiss
One of the most versatile ropes on the market, the Edelweiss Element II 10. 2mm Climbing Rope is ready to accompany you on your next rock adventure. With a diameter that's intended for all-around use, this rope offers the sturdiness and reliability of a gym rope and the generous dynamic elongation and low impact force you need for the great outdoors.

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SKU: EDL0031
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