Petzl Rad Line 6.0mm Rope

Petzl Rad Line 6.0mm Rope
Petzl Rad Line 6.0mm Rope
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Rad Line 6.0mm Rope by Petzl
Petzl's Rad Line 6. 0mm Rope is an ultralight, hyperstatic cord constructed for ski mountaineering in dangerous terrain. This compact cordage is compatible with Petzl's Tibloc and Micro Traxion for rappels, glacier traverses, or crevasse rescues. And since it's only 6mm in diameter, this rope is too easy to pack for you not to bring it on dangerous adventures.

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SKU: PTZ005N
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