Maxim Pinnacle 9.5mm

Retailers' Descriptions

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The lightweight Maxim Alex Honnold Series Pinnacle 9.5mm x 70m dry rope meets the needs of today's sport climbers with legendary durability and light weight for redpointing.

- REI

This version of Maxim's Pinnacle 2x Dry Climbing Rope is particularly useful in the ice/mixed category, but it will exceed expectations on any wall. An unbelievable performance capability separates the Pinnacle from most high-end, professional-grade ropes. The sheath runs smoothly through belay devices and clips into small carabiners with ease. Pair that with Endura Dry's 2x treatment on the core and sheathe, and you can enjoy this rope's durability for seasons. Durable Dry 2x decreases water absorption and increases abrasion resistance significantly, so don't be too afraid of iffy weather conditions or snowy bases.

- Backcountry.com

Pinnacle is a lightweight 9.5mm rope designed to meet the needs of today's sport climber. It's light enough for redpointing , but still has the legendary durability for which New England Ropes is known. Pinnacle is also an option for the trad climber who wants to climb longer pitches without adding weight or sacraficing durability and abrasion resistance. All Pinnacle ropes have a dry-treated core three versions feature a 2X Dry cover, making Pinnacle a good choice for lightweight single ice rope as well.

- Vargo Outdoors

The Pinnacle is a lightweight single rope designed to meet the needs of the sport and trad climber looking for a rope that will allow longer pitches without all the extra weight of a 9.9mm rope. Light enough for redpointing, but durable enough for a season's worth of projects.

- GearX.com

Features of the Maxim Pinnacle 9.5mm Climbing Rope Lightweight Durable Abrasion resistant TPT Technology

- Moosejaw

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