Beal Stinger lll 9.4 mm

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Beal designed its Stinger III Climbing Rope with a skinny diameter and a high number of falls for advanced climbers who are projecting single sport or multipitch trad routes. A Dry Cover helps this rope slide through carabiners and belay devices as well as resisting dirt, grit, humidity, water, and abrasion. The Black Limit middle marker helps you find the center of the rope for rappels. Beal will plant a tree in your name when you purchase this rope; so do yourself and the world a favor by getting this high-end climbing rope.

- Backcountry.com

Amateurs, stand aside...the BEAL Stinger III 9.4 mm was designed for high-level climbers, with very hard routes in mind.This product will be shipped directly from Beal and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.

- EMS

Free Shipping. Beal Stinger III 9.4mm GoldenDry Climbing Rope DECENT FEATURES of the Beal Stinger III 9.4mm GoldenDry Climbing Rope An incredible number of falls for its weight and so smooth running that it results in an appreciable saving in energy when clipping Uses: High grade climbers The SPECS of the Beal Stinger III 9.4mm GoldenDry Climbing Rope Impact Force: 8.2 kN Number of Falls: 6 Sheath Percentage: 38% Weight: Per Meter: 59 g

- Moosejaw

Beal created the Stinger III 94mm Golden Dry Rope to give sport and trad climbers an ultralight line one that wont be pulling off your harness as you top out a pitch You probably wont want to work out the moves with this ultralight rope but its a great choice when you dont want to drag an anchor behind you on redpoint attempts This Beal line features a Golden Dry treatment for wet alpine climbing and a center mark to help you set up rappels quickly

- Bentgate.com

Beal Stinger lll 9.4 mm

previously retailed for:
$139.67 - $289.95

The Beal Stinger lll 9.4 mm is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 25, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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