Sterling Rope Fusion Ion 9.5mm
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Free Shipping. Sterling Rope Fusion Ion2 9.4mm Rope DECENT FEATURES of the Sterling Rope Fusion Ion 9.4mm Rope High performance, lightweight rope Distinctive sheath pattern Improved construction with a thicker sheath, lighter weight, and lower impact force Great for cragging and working projects Light enough to send hard redpoints The SPECS of the Sterling Rope Fusion Ion 9.4mm Rope Diameter: 9.4mm UIAA Fall Rating: 5 Impact Force: 8.6kN to 8.1kN Static Elong.: 9.5% Dynamic Elng.: 35.7% Sheath Slippage: 0mm Weight: 57 grams per meter ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
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Whether you use it for rope-stretching trad pitches, desperate redpoint attempts, or light-and-fast alpine pushes, the Sterling Fusion Ion Rope cuts weight without sacrificing strength. With a smooth-handling sheath and an ultra-durable core design, you'll notice this strong, new school skinny cord when pulling slack for the crux clip or shouldering your pack for the three-mile approach. Dry treatment on both the sheath and core increase durability and fight water absorption when you're in the mountains.
Smooth and supple, the Sterling Ion weighs less than most other 9.5 mm climbing ropes making your hike the crag quicker and your climb lighter. Ideal when weight is a priority as on first ascents and red points. The Ion has a super smooth feel for easier tying in and clipping. This new design gives the rope a UIAA fall rating of 5 without sacrificing its impact force of 8.4kN. The Ion has a super smooth feel for easier tying in and clipping. Weighs only 60 grams per meter. Also suitable for Ice and Alpine climbing.