Sterling Rope 7/16" SuperStatic

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Sterling Rope SuperStatic 7-16 Inch Rope ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL. SuperStatic ropes by Sterling Rope are 100% nylon. They are designed with a supple, durable sheath to reduce bulk and stiffness and provide smoother rappels. Our tough, resilient cores are engineered to provide strength, proper elongation and exceptional handling. These ropes are easy to knot, stay round over an edge, and have minimal elongation when under load. Features: A multipurpose static rope, great for rappelling and top choice for military operations Thick outer sheath provides superior abrasion resistance Balanced sheath and core construction makes rope strong without being stiff Meets military requirements for NSN-402001320-4113 Breaking Strength: 6,745 lbs./30.0 kN Weight: 6.0 lbs./100' ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

A multipurpose rescue/rappel rope, the Sterling 7/16" Superstatic is the top choice for military operations, mountain rescue, caving, and rope access. Get the best in climbing rope at AppOutdoors with Sterling rope. STERLING CLIMBING ROPE PRODUCT FEATURES: 100% nylon low stretch static Breaking Strength of 6745 lbs Uniform sheath coverage for durability and gear compatibility Ideal for heavy duty alpine, big wall, and expedition fixing and haul lines Certified to NFPA 1983, 2006 - Light use Sold by the foot to allow custom lengths. Please indicate how many feet you wish to order in the quantity field. Note: Climbing equipment is not returnable due to safety/liability reasons.

- Appalachian Outdoors

200 feet of static nylon rope. For rope access, safety, confined spaces. Designed for rescue, rappelling, caving, and hauling.

- EMS

Sterling Rope 7/16" SuperStatic

MSRP:
$154.95

The Sterling Rope 7/16" SuperStatic is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 24, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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