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The Best Rock Climbing Rope
The Best Rock Climbing Rope
We gathered a selection of the top climbing ropes on the market, and after a healthy amount of unwinding and flaking, put them to the test by climbing as much as possible across multiple different climbing disciplines. We cragged, aided, projected, whipped, climbed long multi-pitch routes, coiled, b...
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Mammut Tusk
$220
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Mammut Revelation
$254 70m Superdry
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Metolius Tendon
$299
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BlueWater Lightning Pro
$214 60 m
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BlueWater Pulse
$216 60m
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Petzl Fuse
$235 60m
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Maxim Equinox
$134 60m
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Maxim Glider
$287 10.2 mm 70m bi-pattern
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BlueWater Eliminator
$233 60m bi-pattern
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Sterling Rock Gym
$316 for 100m
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Petzl Nomad
$235 60m
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Beal Edlinger
$140 60m
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Maxim Pinnacle
$204
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BlueWater Dominator
$256.00 60m bi-color
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