Sterling Fusion Photon DryXP Climbing Rope - 7.8mm

Sterling Fusion Photon DryXP Climbing Rope - 7.8mm
Sterling Fusion Photon DryXP Climbing Rope - 7.8mm
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Fusion Photon DryXP Climbing Rope - 7.8mm by Sterling
The Fusion Photon DryXP Climbing Rope is Sterling's lightest, thinnest rope that's dual-certified as a half or twin, and this dry-treated option is especially ideal for ice and mixed multi-pitches. The DryXP treatment is Sterling's first dry treatment to meet UI's standards for eliminated water absorption. Sterling achieved this by treating both the core and sheathe to repel moisture, and this treatment also amps abrasion-resistance if you're climbing rock.

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