Edelweiss Dynamic 8.3

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Edelweiss Dynamic 83mm x 60M double ropes are a great value The double rope system is popular for tradiatioal routes where a meandering weakness may force the leaders rope to run anything but straight Climbing with two ropes creates an extra margin of safety if a rope gets damaged from rock fall crampons or tools Double ropes are usually light and thin to glide smoothly and with the least ammount of friction across terrain This technique can allow the leader to clip one or both of the ropes to ease drag throughout the pitch They also allow for a retreat or fulllength rappel at the end of the climb if necesary The Dynamic 83 mm has an Everdry coating to resist 50 of water absorbtion Model Number of factor 2 falls Impact Force Static Elongation Weight Per Meter Total Weigt Dynamic 83 6 tested as half rope 650kN 50 48g 635lbs Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is nonreturnable Please call us toll free at 8772368428 or email bentgatebentgatecom with any questions

- Bentgate.com

Designed for half rope and double rope technique, the Dynamic is the ticket for vertical ice, glacier travel, alpine mixed routes or anywhere else you may want to lead with two ropes. All Dynamics are dry treated using the Edelweiss Everdry system.

- CampSaver.com

Edelweiss Dynamic 8.3


The Dynamic 8.3 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$110.46 - $179.95

The Edelweiss Dynamic 8.3 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 26, 2013 at Bentgate.com.

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