Sterling Rope 8mm Prusik Cord

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sterling Rope's 8mm Prusik Cord page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Cut the Sterling Prusik Cord off its stool to make separate prusik knots for belays and, since you get 50 meters of it, you'll still have enough left to use it in pulley and anchor systems. This cord's 8mm diameter provides the best possible compatibility with rescue ropes in both 1/2-inch and 7/16-inch diameters, meaning it will grip well and bring the best resistance whether you're using your gear or your friends' gear.

- Backcountry.com

Description of Sterling Rope 8mm Prusik CordThe 100 nylon 8mm prusik cord has been specifically adapted from our 8mm accessory cord to be more supple and provide the best possible compatibility with rescue ropes in both 12 and the smaller 716 diameter. Grips equally well on polyester and nylon ropes.

- US Outdoor Store

Sterling Rope RIT 8mm BL PRUSIK x 16IN Sewn Cord FEATURES of the Sterling Rope RIT 8mm BL PRUSIK x 16IN Sewn Cord Designed specifically with the proper rope grabbing characteristics required for good rope management In a dynamic event, the bound loop feature keeps the loop on the strong spine of the carabiner, preventing an accidentaljam on the plate of the pulley Optimized tack stitching is covered with shrink tube for protection and inspection Work best with Prusik Minding Pulleys ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Sterling Rope 8mm Prusik Cord

MSRP:
$96.95

The Sterling Rope 8mm Prusik Cord is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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