Edelweiss Helium 7.9mm

photo: Edelweiss Helium 7.9mm dynamic rope

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Lightweight, very thin and long-lasting for alpine and ice routes, the EDELWEISS Helium 7.9mm x 50m twin rope lets you make long uninterrupted pitches and rappels minus the weight and bulk.


CLOSEOUTS . A very thin, lightweight twin rope durable enough for serious alpine and ice routes, the Edelweiss Helium Supereverdry climbing rope is ideal for tackling long, uninterrupted pitches and rappels without the weight and bulk. Available Colors: GREEN.

- Sierra

On Sale. Free Shipping. Edelweiss Helium SE 7.9mm Rope The SPECS Impact Force Factor 1.77: 8.5 kN Nb of Falls Factor 1.77: 13.0 First Fall Elongation: 34.0% Static Elongation: 9.0% Sheath Slippage: 0.0 mm Weight: 40.0 g/m Material: Polyamide

- Moosejaw

The Edelweiss Helium 7.9 mm is a very thin, lightweight twin rope that provides great finesse and a lot of fluidity on serious alpine and ice routes. This product will be shipped directly from Edelweiss and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.. . . Allows for long, uninterrupted pitches and rappels without unnecessary weight and bulk. Comfortably low impact force and high UIAA fall rating ensure security to both the climber and the protection. Perform 3 technology uses optimized braiding and thread torsion to produce a rope that is true to the Edelweiss reputation of durability and reliability while also weighing less, handling better, and offering even more shock absorption. HD Cover braiding technology produces a smoother rope surface which is more comfortable to handle and more abrasion resistant. Comes standard with Super Everdry treatment polymerized onto the sheath and core fibers, making it highly water and abrasion resistant. Super Everdry ropes are lighter in high humidity, dry faster, and won't stiffen due to freezing; treatment is applied to all fibers in the core and sheath. Great for big wall climbs, alpine climbs, and ice climbs



Price Current Retail: $127.73
Historic Range: $75.00-$199.95


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