1. Deadwood

    Deadwood New Member

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    Anyone working off of this?... stumbled onto 200' of it and am curious.


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  2. Brocky

    Brocky Well-Known Member

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    I have, really liked the small size. I use it when multi-pitching instead of getting the top of the tree TIP. A couple things you have to deal with are the thinner cover,which toothed ascenders chew up, and it cables up easily.
     
  3. Z'sTrees

    Z'sTrees Well-Known Member

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    Used it as a long lanyard for a while. 6mm vectran is a perfect hitch cord for it. Diameter is a bit hard on the hands though...
     
  4. boone0

    boone0 New Member

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    Bump. Anyone else?

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  5. Tony

    Tony Well-Known Member

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    Excellent ascent line. "Knotability " for a climbing line is poor as the cover is stiff. It's best features are low elongation and weight. I generaly use it for ascent then switch to another rope.

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