Mammut Crag Dry Duodess Rope - 9.5mm

Mammut Crag Dry Duodess Rope - 9.5mm
Mammut Crag Dry Duodess Rope - 9.5mm
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Crag Dry Duodess Rope - 9.5mm by Mammut
Among Mammut's arsenal of Crag climbing ropes, the Crag Dry Duodess Rope stands out as a high-performance all-arounder for rock, ice, and every route in between. Mammut's Dry treatment excels UI's standards for abrasion-resistance as well as water-resistance, so this rope thrives in both desert and alpine environments. The skinny 9. 5mm diameter delicately balances between strength and lightness, making the rope suitable for both single- and multi-pitch routes. Mammut seamlessly wove two designs together at the center so you can quickly identify the rope's middle for speedier rappel setups.

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SKU: MAMU51H
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