Sterling Rope 3/8" SuperStatic2

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Balanced construction and higher twist levels make the Sterling SuperStatic2 static line easy to deploy and handle.. . . . 100% nylon low-stretch kernmantle construction. Ideal for anchors, lightweight rappels, and taglines. 9.5 mm diameter; sold by the foot.


The Sterling Super Static 2 Rope is the top choice for the military and various mountain rescue teams, so you know you can rely on it when you're hauling gear up on your big walls. Made entirely out of nylon, this robust rope has a low stretch to carry the heavy loads without a problem, and its uniform sheath coverage ensures excellent durability and gear compatibility. Its 9mm diameter is ideal for heavy-duty hauling as well as rappelling or rescuing during emergencies, and this rope remains light enough that you'll hardly feel the extra weight while you're climbing with it as a tagline.


Sterling Rope SuperStatic2 3-8 Inch Rope By the Foot DECENT FEATURES of the Sterling Rope SuperStatic 2 3/8 Inch Rope By the Foot 100% nylon Manufactured on high carrier-count machines to provide best in class handling Superior durability They excel in a variety of technical applications Applications include big wall climbs, rope access, rigging, fire rescue operations, military and high angle work They are designed with a high denier, durable sheath to reduce stiffness Provide smooth rappels Our static cores are engineered to provide strength Provide proper elongation and exceptional handling These ropes are easy to knot, stay round over edges, and have optimal elongation when under load

- Moosejaw

Sterling Rope 3/8" SuperStatic2

previously retailed for:
$0.90 - $197.90

The Sterling Rope 3/8" SuperStatic2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 2, 2017 at EMS.

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