Sterling Fusion Ion R Bi-Color Climbing Rope - 9.4mm

Sterling Fusion Ion R Bi-Color Climbing Rope - 9.4mm
Sterling Fusion Ion R Bi-Color Climbing Rope - 9.4mm
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Fusion Ion R Bi-Color Climbing Rope - 9.4mm by Sterling
Sterling's Fusion Ion R Bi-Color Climbing rope is strong for sport, light for multipitch, and reliable for terrifying trad climbs. Its 9. 4mm diameter is an excellent starter for using skinny ropes, and multiple colored fibers give the sheath a speckled vibe. A bi-pattern design adds convenience when it's time to rappel.

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SKU: STE000W
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