The Sterling HTP Static Canyoneering Rope is a lightweight, versatile static line that's good for SAR teams, tower crews, and anchors as well as canyoneering. Although there are plenty of thicker static ropes from Sterling, the HTPS's 9mm diameter is the second-thickest rope from Sterling's canyoneering-specific static ropes. It boasts a high strength for long-lasting durability, and low elongation makes this rope an excellent option for hauling gear and descending towers.
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Sterling HTP Static Canyoneering Rope - 9mm
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