Edelrid Python 10mm

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Edelrid Python Touchtec Standard 10. 0mm Climbing Rope is the perfect choice for young, aspiring sport climbers who want to ditch the gym and explore the outdoors. TouchTec technology makes the first and last five meters feel and look different than the rest of the rope so your belayer knows when the Python is at its end. This is particularly useful for long routes and beginning belayers. Its bi-pattern design helps climbers find the middle of the rope with ease. Edelrid also added a Thermo Shield treatment for excellent handling. Its 10mm diameter makes this an excellent entry-level climbing rope, but it still remains surprisingly lightweight to keep intermediate and advanced climbers happy too. Get the 60-meter length for standard sport routes, or get the 70-meter if you want to get into multipitch climbing or longer sport routes.

- Backcountry.com

The 10 mm Python TouchTec Dynamic Rope by Edelrid is a classic, high-quality entry-level rope.

- Mountain Gear

The Edelrid Python is an ideal rope for the price- and quality-conscious climber. Even though its a great value, the handling qualities of the Python are the equal of much more expensive ropes, and makes climbing and belaying a pleasure from the very first day. Surprisingly light and durable for a rope in this price range.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Edelrid Python 10mm 60m Rope FEATURES of the Edelrid Python 10mm 60m Rope Thermo Shield treatment for perfect handling SPECIFICATIONS of the Edelrid Python 10mm 60m Rope Weight: 64 g/m Sheath Proportion: 38% Number of Fall: 7 Impact of Force: 8.9 kN Dynamic Elongation: 33% Static Elongation: 9.1%

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Easy to handle and durable, Edelridand#39;s Python standard climbing rope is an entry-level classic for sport climbers. Available Colors: LEAD.

- Sierra Trading Post

Edelrid Python 10mm

previously retailed for:
$119.95 - $189.95

The Edelrid Python 10mm is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 19, 2016 at Mountain Gear.

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