Black Diamond 9.9 Climbing Rope

Retailers' Descriptions

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Designed for heavy use and year-round climbing, the burly Black Diamond 9.9mm Non-Dry rope boasts a thick diameter for heavy use on varied climbs.

- REI

The Black Diamond 9.9 Rope is a mighty rope for handling constant use and abuse. Ranging in lengths from 35m or 40m (for indoor Climbing) to 60m or 70m (for outdoor rock climbs). The thick diameter is burly and the feel on the hands is still soft enough for easy handling. When life is about Climbing, and you're out almost every day. Features of the Black Diamond 9.9 Rope Burly rope made for heavy use

- Moosejaw

The 9. 9 Rope is Black Diamond's thickest and most durable climbing rope, and it's still versatile for virtually any style of climb. This rope balances the burliness required for big- wall projects with the beginner-friendly handling that new climbers need at the gym. Its Endurance rope boasts hardcore durability against rocky edges, and there's a half mark for easily identifying the rope's center for rigging rappels.

- Backcountry.com

Regular Sheath: Utilizing a 2X2 weave construction, our standard sheath is built to withstand everyday useDurability and Handling Balance: Purpose-built to balance both durability and great handling, our ropes are not too stiff and not too soft, giving you a great feeling rope that knots easily, feeds through your belay device with ease, yet holds up to a barrage of use

- Gear.com

Black Diamond 9.9 Climbing Rope - The Black Diamond 9.9 Climbing Rope, for year-round rock climbing. With a thick diameter, the 9.9 is optimized for durability yet soft enough to deliver great handling. Sporting an easily identified middle marker, the BD 9.9 is ideal for climbers who prefer packing one burly rope for all projects.

- Outdoorplay

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