Sterling 3/8in SuperStatic 2 Rope - 9.5mm

Sterling 3/8in SuperStatic 2 Rope - 9.5mm
Sterling 3/8in SuperStatic 2 Rope - 9.5mm
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3/8in SuperStatic 2 Rope - 9.5mm by Sterling
Sterling designed the SuperStatic2 Rope for constructing towers, lowering gear, and the utmost canyoneering safety. Its large diameter offers high strength that you can rely on for years.

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SKU: STE000Z
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