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Recent Rope/Cord/Webbing Reviews

Paracord

rated 5 of 5 stars I write this due to the abundance of so called paracord on the Web and in stores. Okay, I'll assume we all have heard of paracord. Now real paracord has 7 internal strands which can be so so useful from gear repair to fishing to the limits of your imagination. 550 paracord should hold 550lbs also! We had emergency egress units where it was just a hook or carabiner a figure 8 and 550 cord we all had tactical belts that have the emergency loop where you can hook up too. It is some mighty handy stuff… Full review

Edelweiss Discover 8 mm

rated 5 of 5 stars My new favorite rope for glacier travel. ME: So, you carry the tent and stove and I'll carry the rope?" Partner who hasn't seen the rope yet: "That sounds fair." ME: *Smiles.  My rope is under 3 pounds I bought this rope for one reason; low-angle glacier travel on Mt. Rainier, Baker, etc. At 8mm this 30m rope won't work with many belay devices so TRY IT OUT WITH YOUR PRUSIKS AND BELAY DEVICES BEFORE YOU GO CLIMB! Caveat:  I am using this rope as a single rope even though it is ONLY rated as a… Full review

PMI Max-Wear Sport 11mm

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a tough rope. One of the longest lasting ropes on the market. Doesn't work well with certain devices like ATC's or Petzl Stop. Very resistant to abrasion, good for jugging. I have used these ropes for the past 9 years for cave exploration. Good quality and last longer than other ropes. It takes more abrasion and doesn't burn as easily during fast rappels. A good buy if you need a tough rope. Full review

LiveFireGear 550 Firecord

rated 5 of 5 stars Check out this nice cord from LiveFireGear with internal FIRECORD. Full review

Beal Edlinger 10.2 mm

rated 1 of 5 stars Poor "sheet slippage." I've been through maybe a dozen ropes in my past. This is the worst rope I've ever had. On my second day out with this rope, we took two small falls (fall factor < 0.1). I got more than an inch of "sheet slippage". I've seen "sheet slippage" before, but not before at least one year of weekly usage. I'll never get a Beal rope again. If "sheet slippage" is highly variable, at least stay away from the "batch number" M02R157111 (listed on the tag attached to the rope). Full review

Beal Joker 9.1 mm

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Light is right. A very versatile rope. Recently I lost 30 or so pounds, so you may ask, “Why do you care what your rope weighs? Now you can carry more stuff easier.” The answer is, “Because I can.” Would Mallory have worn hobnailed boots and wool if he had been able to wear fleece and nylon? Of course not, light is right. My main workhorse climbing rope is a 10.2mm monster that is fantastic till I need to carry it. I saw that Beal was making a thin rope that works in single, half or twin… Full review

Mammut Infinity 9.5 mm

rated 4.5 of 5 stars An excellent rope for both sport climbing and trad. I bought a 70 m, bi-color (color change at midpoint) for use in El Potrero Chico. The length and color scheme facilitated two combining 100' pitches and efficient rappels off long sport routes. The 9.5 mm diameter is a reasonable compromise of weight and beefiness. The rope handles smoothly without feeling slick. I also used it this fall leading trad in the Gunks. No complaints, and the 70 m length allowed us to sometimes combine what was normally… Full review

New England Ropes / Maxim KM III 3/8"

rated 5 of 5 stars As a person who deals with climbing ropes on a near-daily basis, I find New England Ropes to be the best on the market. The Maxim KM III is an example of a quality, static rope and is my choice in situations that do not warrant a dynamic rope. I have been using New England's dynamic and static ropes for nearly 13 years on the Adventure Challenge Courses I manage. I think they are the best ropes in the industry. I've gone through dozens of ropes and belayed thousands of climbers. I've never had a… Full review

BlueWater Ropes 9.7mm Lightning Pro

rated 5 of 5 stars Feeds great. This rope is a great size for a thinner workhorse option. I use this rope as my go-to option if I can only take one rope with me to the crag. The Lightning Pro feeds great on belay, clips smoothly, and the color definitely pops in pics too, which is a bonus. I have taken some whippers on this rope, and it is elastic enough to give me a soft catch, but durable enough to withstand all the route projecting I use it on.   I climb primarily sport routes in dry climates, and I haven't tested… Full review

Top-Rated Rope, Cord, and Webbing

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PMI Multi Cord 2mm Cord
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
PMI Multi Cord 3mm Cord
$5
PMI Multi Cord 4mm Cord
BlueWater Ropes Climb-Spec Webbing Webbing
$109
PMI Multi Cord 6mm Cord
$19
PMI Niteline 3mm Cord
$13
Edelweiss Flashlight 10 Dynamic Rope
$1
PMI 11mm Classic Static EZ Bend Static Rope
$1 - $135
BlueWater Ropes Climb-Spec Runner Sewn Runner
$2
CAMP Sling Stop KS Dyneema Sewn Runner
$3 - $5
 
CAMP Sling Stop KS Nylon Sewn Runner
$3
Trango Nylon Express Sewn Runner
$3 MSRP
Equinox Nylon Paracord
$3
Metolius Monster Sling Sewn Runner
$3 - $5
Trango Ultratape Speed Draws Sewn Runner
$4 MSRP
BlueWater Ropes Titan Runner Sewn Runner
$4
Beal Stinger lll 9.4 mm Dynamic Rope
$4 - $249
 
Gear Aid 7-Strand Paracord Cord
$4
Mammut Crag Express Sling Sewn Runner
$4
Metolius 18mm Nylon Sling Sewn Runner
$4
 
Black Diamond Variwidth Dogbone Sewn Runner
$4
Sterling Rope Nylon Slings Sewn Runner
$4
Black Diamond Dogbone Sewn Runner
$4
Black Diamond Nylon Runner Sewn Runner
$4 - $8
Black Diamond 10mm Dynex Runner Sewn Runner
$4 - $14
Petzl Express Sewn Runner
$4 - $16
Nite Ize CamJam Micro Bungee Cord
$4
Black Diamond Dynex Dogbone Sewn Runner
$4 - $5
Gear Aid Elastic Shockcord Cord
$5
DMM 11mm Dyneema Sling
$5
Edelrid Tech Web Sling Webbing
$5 - $7
 
Ultimate Survival Technologies Paracord 325 Utility Cord Cord
$5
Nite Ize Gear Tie Clippable Cord
$5
Ultimate Survival Technologies Paracord 550 Utility Cord Cord
$5
Mammut Tubular Standard Sling Polyamid 16 mm Sewn Runner
$5
Sterling Rope Dog Bones Sewn Runner
$5 MSRP
Wild Country 10mm Dyneema Sling Sewn Runner
$5
Wild Country 12mm Dyneema Sling Sewn Runner
$5 - $6
CAMP Express Dyneema Dogbone Sewn Runner
$9
Mammut Tubular Sling 16.0 Sewn Runner
$6
Trango Low Bulk Slings Sewn Runner
$6
Sterling Rope 550 Parachute Cord Cord
$6
Sterling Rope Accessory Cord Cord
$11 - $61
Sterling Rope 12mm Dyneema Sewn Slings
$6
Sea to Summit Bomber Tie Down Webbing
$7 - $21
Mammut Crag Indicator Express Sling Sewn Runner
$7
Petzl Finesse Sling Sewn Runner
$7
Sterling Rope 3mm Minor Cord Cord
$13
New England Ropes / Maxim Accessory Cord
$7 - $17
Sterling Rope 1" Nylon Sling Sewn Runner
$8 - $13
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