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Sterling Rope Marathon Sport 10.4mm

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Free Shipping. Sterling Rope Marathon Sport 10.4mm Rope FEATURES of the Sterling Rope Marathon Sport 10.4mm Rope Big wall proven Low static and dynamic elongation Also available in BiPattern SPECIFICATIONS of the Sterling Rope Marathon Sport 10.4mm Rope Dynamic Elongation: 29.40% Impact Force: 9.3 kN Static Elongation: 8.40% UIAA falls: 7 Weight: 69 gm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

The 10.4 Marathon Sport Rope by Sterling is a dynamic rope made to be used and abused with countless days of attempting your redpoint project, long, fast multi-pitch routes or climbing Half Dome in a day. Whatever your adventure the 10.4 Marathon will stand up to those inevitable falls, and over-the-rock abrasion with durability and endurance.Named the Marathon for a reason, it is constructed with a beefy core and sheath, yet is super lightweight and easy to handle, giving it the ability to last longer than most ropes on the market.*There is a $5 extra shipping fee due to the extra cost of shipping a heavy package. Rock/Creek pays the remainder of the shipping fee which averages about $10 to most locations.

- RockCreek

The Sterling Marathon Sport 10. 4mm Rope is sure to be your bread-and-butter line whether you always use the same rope or have a box full of them. Incredibly durable sheath construction and excellent handling characteristics make the Marathon Sport an ideal rope for both crag-side clip-ups and long trad climbs. The Marathon is burly enough to withstand a few routes up the Big Stone, but it is more at home protecting your butt on a long runout than dealing with jumars and hauling.

- Backcountry.com