Sterling Rope GloCord with Line Locks

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Fifty feet of Stearling Tent GloCord and their Line Locks give you everything you need to properly rig your tent's guylines for a horrendous storm. This glow-in-the-dark cord also saves you from tripping over your tent when you head out for a midnight bathroom break or get ready for a pre-dawn alpine start.


Description of Sterling Rope 2.75mm Tent Glocord - 50Perfect as tent guylines with its reflective strands, this cord will keep your tent tethered against strong winds and shine to avoid trips at night.Features50 of reflective 2.75mm cord with line locksUse for tent guidelines, the reflective tracer will shine from any light source, ensuring you see them at night

- US Outdoor Store

The same properties as Sterling's standard accessory cord, but with a reflective tracer braided into the sheath, making this cord vibrant when light hits it, making it ideal for low light conditions. Great for tents, zippers, backpacks, and marking trails.

- Appalachian Outdoors

On Sale. Sterling Ropes GloCord (Fall 2009) Extreme reflective properties make the GloCord by Sterling Ropes vibrant when light hits it making it the ideal cord for low and no-light conditions. By retro-fitting your tent guylines, packs, zipper pulls, and even your shoes, you'll never ever have trouble finding your tent, gear, or partner in the dark! SPECIFICATIONS of the Ropes GloCord by Sterling MBS: 270 lbs (1.2 kN) ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Sterling Rope GloCord with Line Locks


The Sterling Rope GloCord with Line Locks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at

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