Mammut Accessory Cord - 150m

Mammut Accessory Cord - 150m
Mammut Accessory Cord - 150m
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Accessory Cord - 150m by Mammut
Mammut's accessory cord comes in a variety of sizes for a variety of uses. Whether you're tying down gear with the slim 4mm cord or setting toprope anchors with the burly 8mm cord, you'll have what it takes with a spool of Mammut's good stuff.

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SKU: MAM0713
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