Edelweiss Energy ARC 9.5mm EverDry Climbing Rope

Edelweiss Energy ARC 9.5mm EverDry Climbing Rope
Edelweiss Energy ARC 9.5mm EverDry Climbing Rope
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Energy ARC 9.5mm EverDry Climbing Rope by Edelweiss
Whether it's a hot day in the southern sands or a cool morning at the frozen waterfall, the approach to the crag is always better when you know you've got the Edelweiss Energy ARC 9. 5mm EverDry Climbing Rope stashed in your pack. Treated with SuperEverDry, this cord refuses to gain weight when you're stuck in the humidity or drizzle.

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SKU: EDL0024
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