Petzl Push Rope - 9mm

Petzl Push Rope - 9mm
Petzl Push Rope - 9mm
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Push Rope - 9mm by Petzl
Expect excellent handling and a phenomenal weight-to-strength ratio when you go canyoneering or caving with Petzl's Push Rope. With a diameter of 9mm, the Push is surprisingly strong for how little it weighs. Petzl's EverFlex tretament improves the rope's overall flexibility and grip. This semi-static rope's superb flexibility also provides compact storage in haul bags for big walls.

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SKU: PTZ003T
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