Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope - 9mm

Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope - 9mm
Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope - 9mm
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Canyon C-IV Rope - 9mm by Sterling
The Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope's super-tough Technora sheath guards against gritty sandstone, and the braided polypropylene core helps the rope float and resist the dousing it's sure to get.

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SKU: STE0036
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