Sterling Rope Evolution Ice Thong

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sterling Rope's Evolution Ice Thong page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Ice Thong is a 7.7mm twin rope that is both lightweight and compact, a major benefit when you want to share the load on that long approach hike. These ropes offer a high fall rating and a balanced construction making them the perfect companion for alpine, glacier and ski mountaineering outings.


Sterling created the Ice Thong 7.7mm Twin Ropes to give you every possible advantage on long, steep pitches of ice. These dry-treated twin ropes won't gain water weight while they sit in the snow at the belay, so you don't finish a pitch with five pounds more than you started with. You'll appreciate the Ice Thong's low 40g/m weight on a long approach. Using two of these Sterling ropes adds redundancy to your system and allows you to make full-length rappels off the multi-pitch monster you just sent. *Sold individually.


Free Shipping. Sterling Rope Evolution Ice Thong 7.7 mm Twin Dry Climbing Rope (Fall 2008) The Evolution Ice Thong 7.7 mm Twin Dry Climbing Rope by Sterling Rope is the latest item in the Victoria Secret Catalog? Not yet, but it is the winner of the Editor s Choice Award by Alpinist Magazine as being one of the lightest, most durable and compact twin ropes available. The perfect companions for alpine, glacier and ski mountaineering outings. Specifications: Diameter: 7.7 mm Type: twin UIAA Falls: 12 Impact Force: 10.6 kN Static Elongation: 7.8 % Dynamic Elongation: 28.1 % Grams/Meter: 40 Sheath Slippage: 0 mm

- Moosejaw

Sterling Evolution Ice Thong 60The top apparel choice for pre-historic man! But for climbers wanting a super lightweight, and compact twin rope, this is the real thing. Twin ropes offer climbers another option for snow climbing, ice climbing or a lightweight "tag line."

- US Outdoor Store