Sterling Rope Canyon C-IV Rope

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sterling Rope's Canyon C-IV Rope page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Sterling Rope C-IV 9mm Rope is a Climbing rope specifically engineered for canyoneering. Whether you're rappelling downwards, in through some water, or it's just rubbing against the wall, the rope resists abrasion and deflects heat to keep you safe. The braided core combined with the skinny, 9mm diameter keeps the weight down to a reasonable 1.6lbs/50ft. A water resistant core with a super durable Technora sheath gets you pumped and ready to explore from Zion to the Spanish Pyrenees. Features of the Sterling Rope C-IV 9mm Rope Designed specifically for the rigors of canyoneering Technora sheath resists abrasion and cutting Polypropylene braided core Deflects heat from rapid descents Extremely low stretch

- Moosejaw

Sterling Rope C-IV Rope 9mm Canyoneering Rope - The C-IV Rope 9mm Canyoneering Rope by Sterling Rope offers unmatched abrasion resistance and durability! Designed to handle all of the lengthy rappels, slots, high volume waterfalls, and extended floats the C-IV Rope will meet any challenge. The unique demands of wet canyon environments are met by the Technora aramid sheath and a braided polypropylene core that takes all the abuse you can dish out, and delivers low stretch, abrasion resistance, bombproof gear compatibility, low sheath slippage, and reduced water absorbency. When you have to have a robust and easy to handle rope that excels where others admit defeat then you need the Sterling Rope C-IV Rope 9mm Canyoneering Rope!

- Outdoorplay

The Sterling Canyon C-IV Rope's super-tough Technora sheath guards against gritty sandstone, and the braided polypropylene core helps the rope float and resist the dousing it's sure to get.

- Backcountry.com