Sterling Rope 5mm Accessory Cord

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sterling Rope's 5mm Accessory Cord page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Features of the Sterling Rope 5mm Accessory Cord Can be used in a wide range of applications from tie-down straps to braided bracelets and any other non-life-safety applications They Are used in many of the Sterling Rope pre-packaged goods, such as TENTcord, DRUMcord, ZiPs!, and kayak DECKcord

- Moosejaw

Made using the same high-quality yarns and methods used for Sterling ropes, Sterling Accessory Cords are incredibly high-strength and durable.. . . Perfect for use as tie-downs, tent guylines, trail markings, and lanyards. 5 mm diameter; 50 ft. length.

- EMS

Sterling 5mm Accessory Cord: The smaller cords work great as tent guylines, shoelaces, zipper pulls, fasion accessories, and other non-life-safety applications. Warning: Accessory cords are not for use as lead climbing ropes. Assorted colors, if you have a color preference, please call for availability. (Sold by the foot.) Return Policy: Climbing equipment sales are final. In order to guarantee the life saving integrity of the climbing gear we sell -- we cannot accept returns on any life safety climbing or mountaineering equipment.

- Appalachian Outdoors

Description of Sterling Rope 5mm Accessory CordSterling Ropes larger cords have a very durable sheath and high MBS which makes them great for prusik cords, cordelettes, ice threads, lightweight low-stretch fixing and hauling tag lines. But can also be used in non-life safety applications such as dog leashes, towlines, or even as decorative trim and cover.

- US Outdoor Store

Sterling Rope 5mm Accessory Cord

MSRP:
$47.95

The Sterling Rope 5mm Accessory Cord is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 2, 2017 at EMS.

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