Mammut Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope - 10.0mm

Mammut Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope - 10.0mm
Mammut Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope - 10.0mm
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Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope - 10.0mm by Mammut
Mammut's Galaxy Protect Climbing Rope is a great choice for beginner to intermediate climbers in gyms or at sport crags. With a 10mm diameter, the Galaxy helps you perfect your belaying habits without hindering your lead climbing performance. It also features Mammut's Protect Coated Sheath treatment for added abrasion-resistance and a longer lifespan under heavier use.

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SKU: MAM00DN
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