Mammut Swiss Rope - 9.5mm

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Durability and handling are essential to the 9.5mm Swiss Rope Dry from Mammut. The superDRY finish protects the both the core and the sheath from dirt and water so you get a long lasting rope that doesn't break down or fray out over time. The diameter of this rope makes it a perfect sport climbing rope or can be used as a lightweight all-around rope.

- Mountain Gear

The Swiss 9.5 Dry Rope from Mammut is a limited anniversary edition of the Swiss sports climbing rope.

- CampSaver.com

When you're on the cusp of sending that elusive project, tie into the Mammut Swiss Climbing Rope. Built tough enough to handle a few inevitable project falls but light enough to bring on a challenging send, the Swiss defines reliable and intuitively designed climbing gear.

- Backcountry.com

A limited anniversary edition of the Swiss sports climbing rope Very good properties and optimal handling thanks to the superDRY finishNote that this item of climbing safety equipment is nonreturnable Please call us toll free at 8772368428 or email bentgatebentgatecom with any questions

- Bentgate.com

Constructed with a SuperDry(TM) finish that offers optimal handling, the Mammut 9.5 Swiss Climbing Rope is lightweight heaven for your calloused hands. Whether sport climbing a 5.13 in the Gunks, or out teaching a newbie the ropes on a low-grade 5.8 pitch, this 64 gram rope is a sure bet. Made from a woven sheath consisting of 40 clappers and an 11-inlay core, the Swiss can handle up to 8 kN of impact force and offers 30 cm of elongation in the first fall. How's that for strength in numbers? For a durable, lightweight, all-around climbing rope, throw the Mammut 9.5 Swiss Climbing Rope into your arsenal and see what it's all about.

- Altrec Outlet

Mammut Swiss Rope - 9.5mm

previously retailed for:
$152.00 - $239.95

The Mammut Swiss Rope - 9.5mm is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 27, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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