Trango Gym Cut Climbing Rope - 9.9mm

Trango Gym Cut Climbing Rope - 9.9mm
Trango Gym Cut Climbing Rope - 9.9mm
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Gym Cut Climbing Rope - 9.9mm by Trango
Leave your cragging rope home and train, flail, and pull plastic with Trango's Gym Cut 9. 9mm Climbing Rope. This rope provides long-lasting durability and smooth handling that won't dirty your hands like your other rope does. Trango also dry treats the sheath, not because it might rain in the gym, but to help the rope resist abrasion.

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SKU: TRG001S
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