Edelweiss Lithium II 8.5mm SuperEverdry Climbing Rope

Edelweiss Lithium II 8.5mm SuperEverdry Climbing Rope
Edelweiss Lithium II 8.5mm SuperEverdry Climbing Rope
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Lithium II 8.5mm SuperEverdry Climbing Rope by Edelweiss
When you get two glorious weeks off of work to ascend a specific summit, you don't care if that mountain is covered in rock or ice, you're going to make that ascent, and the Edelweiss Lithium II 8. 5mm SuperEverdry Climbing Rope is going to help make that happen. This half rope comes in a resoundingly thin 8. 5mm diameter to stay light and compact in your pack, and its SuperEverdry treatment assures UI-certified water-resistance for astounding durability whether you're climbing rock, ice, and everything between.

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SKU: EDL001Q
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