Petzl Xion 10.1

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Petzl XION Rock Climbing Rope - The XION Climbing Rope is Petzl's toughest all-around rope. The 10.1 mm diameter is extra durable and the weave is specially designed to offer an excellent hand and a suppleness similar to that of thinner ropes. In addition, the XION has 22 percent more sheath by weight than comparable ropes in the Petzl lineup. The XION is great for those who want the increased longevity of a larger-diameter rope without sacrificing ease of handling. Duratec Dry treatment helps prevent the rope from absorbing water, which can weaken a rope and make it difficult to handle in freezing conditions. Before a Petzl rope is constructed, the core and sheath strands are individually treated, providing water repellencty in case you find yourself in a deluge, snowfield or on a dripping ice chandelier. All Petzl ropes are butterfly coiled in the factory and are ready to use straight

- Outdoorplay

If you're looking for a new all-round rope, take a moment to check out Petzl's 10.1 Xion. This 10.1 mm rope's moderate diameter provides smooth, supple handling but it's specially woven sheath pattern actually lends added strength and 22% more sheath weight over similar ropes in Petzl's line. A Duratec dry treatment protects it from moisture - extending its use to a wider range of conditions.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Petzl Xion 10.1mm Rope The SPECS Diameter: 10.1 mm Length: 60 and 70 m Type: Single rope Weight: 66 g/m UIAA falls: 7 Impact force: 8.2 kN Dynamic: 33.6% Static: 6.7% Sheath by Weight: 42% Case Quantity: 5 ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

The Xion is the toughest all-around Petzl rope. The 10.1 mm diameter is extra durable and the weave is specially designed to offer an excellent hand and a suppleness similar to that of thinner ropes.

- EMS

Petzl Xion 10.1

MSRP:
$235.00

The Petzl Xion 10.1 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 18, 2015 at Outdoorplay.

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