Edelweiss Rocklight II Climbing Rope - 9.8mm

Edelweiss Rocklight II Climbing Rope - 9.8mm
Edelweiss Rocklight II Climbing Rope - 9.8mm
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Rocklight II Climbing Rope - 9.8mm by Edelweiss
The Rocklight II Climbing Rope is Edelweiss's skinniest rope designed for beginners. That means it will still serve your needs even if you progress into more high-end, advanced climbs in the future. For now, you can rely on its durability and performance while you learn the basics, whether you're learning how to belay or lead. Without the bells and whistles (like bi-patterns or dry treatments), the Rocklight II is also an inexpensive choice for any dirtbag climber looking to send with a new rope.

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SKU: EDL001D
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