BlueWater Ropes Climb-Spec Webbing

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Use this tubular webbing for making your own runners or etriers, for anchoring or for use as a sling.

- REI

BlueWater Climb-Spec Premium Tubular Webbing is favored by professional climbers for its umcompromising construction. Climb-Spec outperforms normal Mil-Spec webbing in strength, flexibility, knotability and durability, and is eminently suitable for mountaineering, rescue, industrial and military applications. There is a minimum exposure of individual fibers as a result of its high thread count and fine weave pattern.

- RockCreek

Just the thing for tying slings and anchors, BlueWater Ropes' 9/16-inch Climb-Spec tubular webbing is soft, supple, and easy to tie. Use it for all applications - the fine weave resists picks and snags. Sold by the foot, specify length in feet in the quantity box when ordering.

- Mountain Gear

From extra-long slings to anchor systems to a campground slack line, look no further than a 30-foot length of versatile Blue Water Tubular Climb-Spec Webbing. The 1-inch-wide webbing provides superior strength, durability, and flexibility when compared to standard military-spec webbing, making it an ideal choice for climbing applications.

- Backcountry.com

BlueWater 1 in. Climb-Spec Tubular Webbing is favored by climbers, for its uncompromising construction. This webbing out-performs normal mil-spec webbing in strength, flexibility, knot-ability and durability. There is a minimum exposure of individual fibers as a result of high thread count and fine weave pattern. CE and UIAA Certified.Width: 1"Tensile Strength: 4000 lbf. (17.7 kN).

- Campmor