Mammut Twilight 7.5 mm

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Manufacturer's Description

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Free Shipping. Mammut Twilight Dry 7.5mm Rope FEATURES of the Mammut Twilight Dry 7.5 mm Rope One of the thinnest and lightest double rope The DRY treatment guarantees long lasting protection from dirt and water

- Moosejaw

The latest version of this well-known Mammut double rope has resulted in the thinnest half rope in the world: The 7.5mm Twilight Dynamic Rope now meets the standards for half and twin ropes, making it the perfect companion for two-person rope teams on long demanding tours on rock, ice and in mixed terrain. The COATINGfinish treatment guarantees long-lasting protection from dirt and water during these alpine pursuits, ensuring consistently high performance.

- Mountain Gear

The latest version of the well-known MammutA(R) double rope has resulted in the thinnest half rope in the world: The 7.5 Twilight now meets the standards for half and twin ropes, making it the perfect companion for two-person rope teams on long demanding tours on rock, ice and in mixed terrain. The COATINGfinish(TM) treatment guarantees long-lasting protection from dirt and water during these alpine pursuits, ensuring consistently high performance. Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is non-returnable. Please call us toll free at 877-236-8428 or e-mail bentgate@bentgate.com with any questions.

- Bentgate.com

Mammut's Twilight Dry Climbing Rope meets the standards of both twin and half ropes, adding versatility for long alpine routes on mixed terrain. The Twilight boasts a ridiculously superlight weight, and its sheath resists abrasion for long-lasting durability. Mammut also added a CoatingFinish for water and dirt-resistance, and the middle marker makes for easier descents.

- Backcountry.com