Mammut Pro Cord POS Pack

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Cord is one currency of your climbing gear setup, and the Mammut Cord POS provides a wide range of protection and utility options for classic alpinism, mixed and ice climbing, and expeditions.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Mammutand#39;s Cord POS is a dependable accessory cord that can be used in a variety of ways at camp, on the crag and all over the mountain. Available Colors: RED/BLACK, GREEN/BLACK. Sizes: 2MM, 3MM.

- Sierra Trading Post

The popular Mammut cords with diameters from 27 mm in practical short lengthsBreaking strength 18 kNWeight 4 gmOptimally suitable for Classical Alpinism Mixed and Iceclimbing Multipitch Rockclimbing Expeditions Big Wall Climbing Rescue Guide Work

- Bentgate.com

On Sale. Mammut Pro Cord POS Pack (Fall 2010) FEATURES of the Pro Cord POS by Mammut The Mammut Pro Cord in diameters from 2 to 6 mm in comfortable short lengths. The blended core and sheath eliminates sheath slippage and guarantees higher breaking forces and structural stability. Areas of Use: Rescue techniques (prussiking), slinging chock or nuts, to secure equipment. SPECIFICATIONS for 2mm: Length: 15 m Breaking Strength: 0,8 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 3mm: Length: 10 m Breaking Strength: 1,8 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 4mm: Length: 7 m Breaking Strength: 3,8 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 5mm: Length: 6 m Breaking Strength: 5,5 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 6mm: Length: 5,5 m Breaking Strength: 7,8 kN ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Mammut Pro Cord in diameters from 2 to 6 mm in comfortable short lengths. The blended core and sheath eliminates sheath slippage and guarantees higher breaking forces and structural stability.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mammut Pro Cord POS Pack

Discontinued

The Pro Cord POS Pack has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$5.50 - $19.95

The Mammut Pro Cord POS Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 16, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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